A new method turns stem cells into millions of mature human cells in a shorter time frame. That could pave the way for a range of medical applications.
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Inhibiting the innate immune system's "memory" could offer a way to lengthen the survival of organ transplants and cut the risk of rejection.
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A protein that plays a vital role in cancer cell division could be a new target for drugs or treatments, researchers say.
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"What we have is an integrated module that turns sunlight into electricity that drives an electrochemical reaction. It utilizes water and sunlight to get chemical fuels."
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"Our perovskite solar cells show no thermal degradation even at 200 degrees Celsius (390 degrees Fahrenheit) for over three days..."
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A new imaging technique sends nanoparticles into living cells to reveal important information about cell structure—including how tumor cells physically change as they form a tumor.
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New research in mice shows that a huge number of immune cells can kickstart autoimmune diseases, which counters assumptions.
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Using a patient's own immune cells, with a few tweaks, could be a useful treatment against the virus that causes COVID-19, researchers report.
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