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Collagen variant found to protect cancer cells from immune attack

Newly published research using genetically engineered mice models (GEMMs) has shown that pancreatic cancer cells produce a unique form of […]

Muscle resident macrophages as a new target for muscular dystrophy treatment

New research with mice has revealed the role of muscle-resident macrophages in muscle regeneration therapy. A new study, conducted at […]

GMSCs stem cells found to retain quality with age

New research has discovered how dental tissue stem cells retain their growth and immunomodulatory characteristics, even in older donors, offering […]

Aging clones: genetic mutations hijack the production of blood cells in different stages of life

New research has discovered how genetic mutations take over the production of blood cells at different life stages. The study, […]

A New Role for Glycolysis in Cancer Cells – Protecting Cells from Damage

Written by Charlotte Harrison, Science Writer A recent study in Nature Communications shows that not all cancer cells within a […]

Down the Rabbit Hole: The Genetics of Speech and Language – Dianne Newbury, Senior Lecturer

Dr Dianne Newbury is a Senior Lecturer and Researcher at Oxford Brookes University, UK. Dianne’s research focusses on speech and […]

‘Junk DNA’: Age of Intron 

If I cast my mind back to studying biology at school, the message was very clear: DNA contains genes, and […]

Down the Rabbit Hole – DNA Data Storage, James Banal

James Banal is a Postdoctoral Researcher at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in Professor Mark Bathe’s laboratory. While Banal is […]

New blood test can measure pace of ageing

The team behind a recent study has developed a new blood test which is able to measure the pace of […]

How do tumour cells use collagen to become dormant?

Researchers have discovered that collagen is key for the ability of tumour cells to enter a dormant life cycle, with […]