New findings published in Science Signaling suggest that targeting mechanical signals between cells may become a fresh approach to fighting cancer.
Spliceosome misconnects generate mutant gene/protein that fuel cancerous leukemia cells.
Study uses cell-by-cell analyses to look for new glioblastoma therapies.
The study, led by Ting Wen, MD, PhD, and Marc Rothenberg, MD, PhD, was published in the Journal of Clinical Investigation.
The findings in Nature Cell Biology suggest it may be possible to use light therapy to help premature babies whose eyes are still developing avoid vision problems.
Drawing on recent advances in microfluidics, imaging, computational sciences, and other technologies, a Pediatric Cell Atlas would offer an unprecedented window into the biology of human growth and development.
A new study published in The Journal of Pediatrics shows that more than a third of middle school kids have high cholesterol or abnormal levels of blood sugar.
A new mathematical method, published in Genome Research, makes it easier to identify networks of transcription factors (TFs) that control gene expression in specific cell types.
Publishing their findings in Nature Structural & Molecular Biology, Cincinnati Children’s scientists say nature prepares the 3D arrangement of DNA before packing it into sperm.
In an effort to stop Ebola from spreading, the clinical trial will test two experimental vaccines together for their safety and ability to produce an immune response in healthy adults.
$222.5M in Funding Leads to Dozens of Discoveries, Including Genes Linked to Preterm Birth, Mono Virus May Contribute to Multiple Diseases, and Community-Wide Improvements in Asthma Outcomes
To help babies have a better developmental outcome, Cincinnati Children’s is launching the NICU Bookwork Program to help parents bond with their newborns through books.
Cincinnati Children’s researcher hope the Pediatric Asthma Risk Score (PARS) will become the most common tool used by medical practitioners to predict asthma.
After over a decade of preclinical research and development, a new gene therapy treatment for sickle cell anemia (SCA) is reversing disease symptoms in two adults. Punam Malik, MD, is the principal investigator.
A daily hydroxyurea pill may bring relief for young children living with sickle cell anemia (SCA) in sub-Saharan Africa, says study in The New England Journal of Medicine led by Russell Ware, MD, PhD.
A new study, led by David Schnadower, MD, and published in The New England Journal of Medicine, shows that a commonly used probiotic is not effective in improving symptoms in young patients with gastroenteritis.
The TQL Foundation donated $1 million to benefit cancer research at the Proton Therapy Center--the only center in the world with a dedicated research gantry.
New technology analyzes linguistic and vocal characteristics of sessions between therapists or physicians, and patients to provide a near real-time assessment of a patient at risk for suicide or mental health conditions.
A new study of high school soccer players suggests a neck collar may help protect the brain from head impacts over the course of a competitive soccer season. The study was led by Greg Myer, PhD, and published in the British Journal of Sports Medicine.
Researchers report in PLoS Biology finding new clues about what controls the timing of birth and how these may lead to new answers for this persistent public health challenge.
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