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A natural compound may be used for Parkinson's disease
A natural compound may be used for Parkinson's diseaseSqualamine is an aminosterol that is originally found in the tissues of the spiny dogfish shark. The compound can also be synthesized in the laboratory. Squalamine is known to have anti-microbial activity. Numerous studi...
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Smurf1 protein helps clear Mycobacterium tuberculosis
Smurf1 protein helps clear Mycobacterium tuberculosisTuberculosis (TB), a disease caused by the bacterium Mycobacterium tuberculosis (Mtb), is one of the top 10 causes of death worldwide. The World Health Organization says that 480,000 people developed multidrug-resistant ...
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Researchers identify a protein that reduces the effect of a common drug for AML
Researchers identify a protein that reduces the effect of a common drug for AMLAcute myeloid leukaemia (AML) represents a group of cancers that affect the myeloid line of blood cells. As many as 350,000 people worldwide are diagnosed with AML each day. Left untreated, the disease usually gets worse...
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Researchers find a novel protein that regulates telomere length
Researchers find a novel protein that regulates telomere lengthResearchers identified a protein that regulates telomere, the clock of a cell, a discovery that would have profound medical implications. Telomere is a distinctive structure of repetitive nucleotide sequences found at...
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A malaria drug triggers tumor cell apoptosis
A malaria drug triggers tumor cell apoptosisChloroquine is a drug that has long been used to treat and prevent malaria. This antimalarial agent sometimes is given off-label to treat other diseases such as arthritis, lupus, and rheumatoid arthritis. In addition, ac...
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Study provides detailed structural and biochemical information of BRCA1
Study provides detailed structural and biochemical information of BRCA1Researchers have solved the three-dimensional architecture of the protein BRCA1, which extends the understanding of the protein's functions. The BRCA1 protein acts as a tumor suppressor protein and is encoded by the B...
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Novel target for the intervention of HCMV infection
Novel target for the intervention of HCMV infectionA team headed by Nicholas Buchkovicha at Pennsylvania State University College of Medicine has developed a compound to combat human cytomegalovirus (HCMV), a species of the Cytomegalovirus genus of viruses. In the nor...
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Switching off RAD51 may enhance the effect of radiotherapy
Switching off RAD51 may enhance the effect of radiotherapyA team led by Dr Susan Short from University of Leeds has found that switching off a protein that helps repair DNA damage can sensitize glioblastoma cells to radiotherapy. The study results have been published in Stem Ce...
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Scientists identify genetic mutations associated with prognosis in Crohn's disease
Scientists identify genetic mutations associated with prognosis in Crohn's diseaseCrohn's disease is a disease with a complex cause and pathogenesis. It is not caused by one single gene but by multiple genes. So far, scientists have identified as many as 170 genetic mutations that increase the risk of...
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Dab2 protein is also involved in fat storage
Dab2 protein is also involved in fat storageIn a paper published online in Scientific Reports, researchers of University of Miami Miller School of Medicine report that a protein termed Disabled-2 (Dab2) is involved in fat storage. Previous studies have linked D...
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Study opens a door for the treatment of mixed lineage leukemia
Study opens a door for the treatment of mixed lineage leukemia Mixed lineage leukemia (MLL) represents a rare form of leukemia that possesses both myeloid and lymphoid characteristics. MLL predominantly occurs in newborns and infants. Since MLL takes up only 3% to 5% of all acute le...
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Anti-HER2 vaccine induces an immune response in breast cancer patients
Anti-HER2 vaccine induces an immune response in breast cancer patientsA clinical trail in patients with early-stage breast cancer has shown that a tentative vaccine can safely and effectively enhance immune responses to cancer cells. The trail, conducted by researchers from University of P...
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Scientists reveal molecular basis of mcr-1-mediated antibiotic resistance
Scientists reveal molecular basis of mcr-1-mediated antibiotic resistanceA new study sheds light on how Gram-negative bacteria become resistant to a last line antibiotic -- the polymixin colistin. The study, carried out by researchers from University of Bristol, Cardiff University, China Agri...
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Study provides a novel therapeutic target for schizophrenia
Study provides a novel therapeutic target for schizophreniaSchizophrenia is a lifelong mental disorder in which people interpret reality abnormally. Some of the patients are unable to distinguish between what is real and what is imaginary. Although schizophrenia is less common t...
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Why exercise can boost insulin sensitivity?
Why exercise can boost insulin sensitivity?Physical activity helps maintain one's fitness. For people with diabetes or insulin resistance, an acute bout of exercise is able to enhance muscle sensitivity to insulin. But why this occurs is not fully understood. ...
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Why cancer cells become resistant to immune checkpoint inhibitors?
Why cancer cells become resistant to immune checkpoint inhibitors?Immune checkpoints are molecules in the immune system that turn up or turn down a signal. These molecules prevent the immune system from attacking the normal tissues in the body. But cancer cells cleverly evade immune at...
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A small molecule prevents metastasis of melanoma
A small molecule prevents metastasis of melanomaA study appearing in the journal Molecular Cancer Therapeutics shows that a man-made compound, called CCG-203971, prevents the metastasis of melanoma cells. CCG-203971, which is a small molecule inhibitor, targets a gene...
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New method to deliver drugs to cancer
New method to deliver drugs to cancerIn the field of cancer research, there are two main ways to improve cancer treatment. One is to find better approaches to deliver cancer drugs; the other is to find approaches to enhance the immune system so that it can ...
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