Category: Biology

Proteins Linked to HIV Transmission Could Actually Be Beneficial for Reproduction
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Proteins Linked to HIV Transmission Could Actually Be Beneficial for Reproduction

Researchers show that semen amyloids help the human body dispose of excess and defective sperm

New Study Helps Solve a Great Mystery in the Organization of Our DNA
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New Study Helps Solve a Great Mystery in the Organization of Our DNA

Discovery at Gladstone Institutes will help reevaluate the cause of certain cancers and developmental defects

Common Factor Links Neurodegenerative Disease in Young and Old
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Common Factor Links Neurodegenerative Disease in Young and Old

Lipofuscis deposits accumulate in the retina of patients carrying mutations in the progranulin protein linked to neurological diseases.

EyesOnALZ Citizen Science Project to Enlist Millions of PBS Viewers to Fight Alzheimer's
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EyesOnALZ Citizen Science Project to Enlist Millions of PBS Viewers to Fight Alzheimer's

Under embargo until April 6, 2017, 6:00 EST

Scientists Discover Drug That Increases "Good" Fat Mass and Function
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Scientists Discover Drug That Increases "Good" Fat Mass and Function

Anti-cancer drug prevented weight gain and caused mice to burn more calories thanks to higher levels of metabolism-boosting brown fat

Single Enzyme Gains the Upper Hand in  Two Types of Dementia
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Single Enzyme Gains the Upper Hand in Two Types of Dementia

Scientists discover an enzyme that that could be targeted to treat both Alzheimer's disease and frontotemporal dementia.

Gladstone Researcher Awarded Center Grant to Fund Dementia Research
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Gladstone Researcher Awarded Center Grant to Fund Dementia Research

Li Gan, PhD, a senior investigator at Gladstone, was awarded a multi-million dollar grant by the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke (NINDS) to lead a national collaboration studying how the protein tau contributes to frontotemporal dementia.

Go Epic Health Launches Cholesterade®
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Go Epic Health Launches Cholesterade®

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The 2016 World Fertility Index is Now Available

Plowboy Publishing Reports a Drop of 50 Points in the World Fertility Index. Fertility is on Track to Fall Below Replacement Before 2035

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TAG Optics Joins Mitutoyo Corporation Through Sale of Majority Stake

TAG Optics Inc., the developer of the world's fastest tunable focusing lenses, announces that it has closed the sale of an equity round in which Mitutoyo Corporation, the world leader in precision measurement solution, has acquired a majority stake of the company's shares.

Azide Beads Are Supplied to Meet Researchers' Bioresearch Needs
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Azide Beads Are Supplied to Meet Researchers' Bioresearch Needs

Creative Diagnostics now launches the Azide Beads for researchers all over the world.

Potential Therapeutic Target for Huntington's Disease
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Potential Therapeutic Target for Huntington's Disease

Modifying the huntingtin protein protected mice from cell death and motor impairment.

How to Engineer a Stronger Immune System
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How to Engineer a Stronger Immune System

Kanamycin ELISA Kit Released by Creative Diagnostics
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Kanamycin ELISA Kit Released by Creative Diagnostics

Creative Diagnostics launches Kanamycin ELISA Kit for researchers' quantitative and qualitative analysis of kanamycin residue in animal tissues, milk, etc.

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California Professor Robert Flome Hypothesizes Video Evidence of Extraterrestrial Life Backed by Previous Scientific Research

Professor Robert Flome presented his hypothesis of extraterrestrial life at the Astrobiology Research Conference.

Creative Diagnostics Introduces Anti-F10 Monoclonal Antibody for Scientific Community
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Creative Diagnostics Introduces Anti-F10 Monoclonal Antibody for Scientific Community

Creative Diagnostics announced the launch of the Anti-F10 Monoclonal Antibody to support the bio-research of scientific community.