Researchers led by Michael B. Jordan, MD, report they were able to selectively inhibit DNA damage repair in activated T cells as part of an experimental combination treatment for immune diseases in mouse models. The study was published in PNAS Early Edition.
Vaccinating pregnant mothers year-round against flu in subtropical Nepal reduced infant flu virus infection rates by an average of 30 percent and increased birth weights by 15 percent. The study was published in The Lancet Infectious Diseases.
New study suggests adolescents who consume too much salt have measurable changes in their blood vessels associated with early signs of cardiovascular disease in adults.
Scientists led by Yutaka Yoshida, PhD, report in Neuron the lost function of two genes prevents infant laboratory mice from developing motor skills as they mature into adults.
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