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Hepatitis C leaves scars in immune cells, even after treatment

Researchers have discovered that traces of 'epigenetic scars' remain in regulatory T cells and exhibit sustained inflammatory properties long after the virus is...

Life Scientist 19 July, 2024

Impaired gene linked to obesity, postnatal depression

Scientists have identified a gene which, when missing or impaired, can cause obesity, behavioural problems and, in mothers, postnatal depression.

Life Scientist 18 July, 2024

Australia's RNA Blueprint to guide medical manufacturing growth

The Blueprint backs Australia's capability to make more medical products here, create highly skilled jobs and support better health care for all.

Life Scientist 17 July, 2024

Dietary fibre supplement could suppress food allergies

The new research found that inulin gel, specifically formulated with an allergen, normalised the imbalanced intestinal microbiota and metabolites in allergic mice.

Life Scientist 16 July, 2024

3D genome reconstructed from freeze-dried woolly mammoth

An international research team has assembled a 3D reconstruction of the genome and chromosomal structures of a 52,000-year-old woolly mammoth.

Life Scientist 15 July, 2024

Biotechnology
Nanodroplet drug carriers triggered by ultrasound

Nanodroplet drug carriers triggered by ultrasound

By releasing the drug at exactly the desired spot in the body, this allows the total dose to be dramatically lower, which should minimise side...

Article 24 June, 2024
Health & Medical
Singing Found to Aid in the Language Recovery of Stroke Patients

Singing Found to Aid in the Language Recovery of Stroke Patients

A study from the University of Helsinki has provided a new avenue for helping stroke victims who are experiencing a decline in their speech function.

Article 01 July, 2024
Life Sciences
Impaired gene linked to obesity, postnatal depression

Impaired gene linked to obesity, postnatal depression

Scientists have identified a gene which, when missing or impaired, can cause obesity, behavioural problems and, in mothers, postnatal depression.

Article 18 July, 2024
Molecular Biology
3D genome reconstructed from freeze-dried woolly mammoth

3D genome reconstructed from freeze-dried woolly mammoth

An international research team has assembled a 3D reconstruction of the genome and chromosomal structures of a 52,000-year-old woolly mammoth.

Article 15 July, 2024
Lab Technology
Self-driving needle steers its way through living lung tissue

Self-driving needle steers its way through living lung tissue

Researchers have built a compact robotic system that can autonomously steer a flexible needle around anatomical obstacles within the lungs of live...

Article 04 March, 2024
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