Scientists devise process for making precision anti-inflammatory medicines with fewer side-effects at UF Scripps Biomedical Research in Jupiter, Florida.
Scientists shed new light on how an autism risk gene changes brain development in a way that may lead to sensory processing disorders.
Much of what we think of as memory loss is not a result of broken connections or age-related decline, but an important feature. A new study on transient forgetting from Davis lab at UF Florida sheds light on one element of this process.
Disney lab at UF Scripps developed a compound that disables the replication engine of COVID-19 by disabling its viral "clutch."
A study from Martemyanov lab solves the mystery of how cones form their distinctive brain connections, giving humans and other animals their sophisticated and powerful vision sense.
Inhibiting the key gene involved in cancer drug resistance could dull the anti-cancer immune response by inhibiting a type of T lymphocytes, a study from Sundrud lab finds.
"This compound can stop its messenger RNA from being recognized by a ribosome," professor Disney said. "We believe this unique mechanism is broadly applicable."
The structure of the ROR1-binding arm of the bi-specific antibody in complex with ROR1 was determined by X-ray crystallography. Our immune system’s arsenal of defenses usually protects us from cancer. But sometimes, cancer cells overwhelm or evade this elaborate defense system. In a study in PNAS, Immunology and Microbiology…
Researchers found a transcription factor called Runx3 puts dividing T cells on track to becoming memory T cells.