Researchers, led by Q. Richard Lu, PhD, report in Developmental Cell that mutation or loss of a gene called CHD8 hinders formation of the sheath in developing oligodendrocytes, causing neurological defects in the animals.
Scientists, led by Biplab Dasgupta, PhD, and Rishi Raj Chhipa, PhD, report in Nature Cell Biology finding a potentially promising treatment target for aggressive and deadly high-grade brain cancers like glioblastoma.
A protein in the cell nucleus already targeted therapeutically for several types of cancer has now been linked to an aggressive form of pediatric liver cancer called hepatoblastoma (HBL), according to a study led by Nikolai Timchenko, PhD, and published in the Nature journal Communications Biology.
New study reveals that the absence of a specific protein in cells lining the esophagus may cause inflammation and tissue damage in people with eosinophilic esophagitis (EoE).
Researchers report in the journal iScience their data show that radio frequency identification (RFID) chips could be used to sense, record, and track interesting changes live in large quantities of organoids at once during testing for possible therapeutic use in patients.
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