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Breast cancer treatment identified in TMEM189

Researchers have revealed the new therapeutic potential of TMEM189 in the treatment of breast cancer. A new study, published in […]

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 […]

Single-cell RNA sequencing suggests new treatment options for diabetic kidney disease

A new study using a 1-million-cell atlas shows heterogeneity in kidney cell responses to diabetic kidney disease and treatments. Published […]

Real-time cancer treatment options made possible due to WGTA

A prospective study has used whole genome and transcriptome analysis (WGTA) for real-time treatment options in cancer patients. Published in […]

GPC1 – a new target for colorectal cancer treatment

A new study has identified a protein that promotes the growth and spread of colorectal cancer, presenting a new target […]

T cell activation experiment boosts search for immune disease treatments

In a first-of-its-kind experiment, researchers have identified links between 127 genes and immune diseases. The study provides new insights into […]

Genomic Sequencing Offers Young Cancer Patients New Treatment Options

Written by Charlotte Harrison, Science Writer  The results from a clinical trial that sequenced DNA and RNA in tumours from […]

Study predicts treatment combinations for resistant cancers

Study predicts treatment combinations for resistant cancers  Written by Kirsty Oswald, Science Writer  Researchers have created a system to predict […]

Potential ALS treatment in clinical trial

An exciting new study has identified a potential new treatment for ALS. Now in a phase three clinical trial, researchers […]

Genetic signature of treatment resistance in breast cancer identified

Researchers have discovered a genetic signature that can identify drivers of poor outcomes in advanced oestrogen-receptor positive (ER+) breast cancer. […]