Australian researchers uncover hidden genetic markers of glaucoma
A novel, automated liquid biopsy test in development by researchers at the Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center can accurately detect the presence of cancer DNA in the blood of patients with metastatic breast cancer within five hours. The test, currently a prototype for research use only, potentially could be used to quickly help oncologists determine if cancer treatments are working.
Intermittent fasting changes the gut bacteria activity of mice and increases their ability to recover from nerve damage.
From cloning to regeneration, how to find alternative paths to create or rejuvenate life has been one of the big questions for biologists. It is this question that’s behind the work of generations of scientists who went on to win Nobel Prizes.