A recent study revealed that a drug already approved for the treatment of breast and ovarian cancer is more effective than targeted hormone therapy in controlling cancer in some patients with advanced...
Scientists have found that a key immune signal may play a previously unknown role in turning off the immune system to attack pancreatic cancer.
Recently, researchers from the Federal University of Ubrantia, the Federal University of Visosa, and the University of Brasilia, Brazil, proposed to subdivide the global SARS-CoV-2 population into 16 ...
Scientists developed a method to enhance the immune response to tumors by preventing tumor-associated macrophages (TAMs) from removing dying tumor cells.
The immune system's response to respiratory infections is constantly changing, depending on the history of previous unrelated infections, according to a new study.
A groundbreaking machine learning-driven technique for predicting interactions between proteins and the environment developed recently.
A recently published study has identified key proteins related to aging and clarified the mechanism of aging, which may help to delay the aging process in humans.
New Study Reveals Mechanism by Which Lactose Promotes Graft-versus-host Disease.
By studying a case of hyperinflammatory syndrome with a homozygous nonsense mutation in Roquin-1, scientists discovered the mechanism of human immune dysregulation triggered by mutations in Roquin-1 p...
Proteins involved in DNA repair may contribute to the suppression of cancer.
A family of proteins that may be directly linked to lower blood sugar levels in obese patients with type 2 diabetes identified recently.
The "behind-the-scenes players" responsible for the tumor differences between the sexes found recently.
Researchers have revealed a new paradigm of drug resistance in cancer.
Recently, scientists have shown that macrophages have an amazing killing effect on cancer in preclinical models. If the study can be repeated in humans, it will undoubtedly add a powerful new army to ...
Recently, scientists from the Walter and Eliza Hall Institute in Australia discovered that particular type of gene that functions normally during normal DNA repair in the human body may be very import...