Diseases, Conditions, Syndromes

'Humanized' liver in mice reveals roots of chronic diseases

Yale researchers have created a functional "humanized" liver in living mice that will help scientists find human-specific mechanisms for regulating cholesterol levels and potentially for treating chronic liver diseases afflicting ...


Spatial dimension of macrophage heterogeneity in liver diseases

The hepatic immune landscape is a dynamic compartment, notably composed of highly heterogeneous and adapting myeloid cells. Liver resident macrophage distribution across the tissue and bone-marrow derived monocyte accumulation ...

Endocrinology & Metabolism

New research offers prospects to measure metabolic rate

Scientists from Skoltech Institute of Science and Technology have proven that along with the level of biochemical substances in the living organism, we can also measure the substances' turnover rate. This analysis will improve ...

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