U-M researchers lead the field in successful protein creation, a tactic that could lead to a newer, more effective class of drugs.
Basic Science and Laboratory Research
Regulation of genes by noncoding DNA might help explain the complex interplay between our environment and genetic expression.
Examining the autoimmune disease at the molecular level led researchers to a specific molecule that could be contributing to the disease progression in patients.
The stable structure of circRNA makes it an ideal candidate for biomarkers because it can be detected in blood or urine, making it potentially useful for cancer diagnosis or prognosis.
A laboratory-created microscopic network of fibers helped researchers understand how white blood cells capture and even kill bacteria, offering insight into the effectiveness of antibiotics in the future.
An enterprising science-based education program enlists clergy to help spread the word about HIV prevention and treatment.