Oncology & Cancer

'Inside out' signaling promotes tumor growth

A specific immune system kinase has been found to promote tumor inflammation and progression, according to a study published in Nature Communications.


How neurons find their place

Neurons in the developing central nervous system and brain congregate in layers or neighborhoods, fitting into an alignment that will dictate their function. But how do they find their proper place?


Using stem cells to regenerate the heart

Heart disease remains the leading cause of death in the world. One reason is that unlike other tissues, such as bone and skin, the heart has remarkably poor regenerative capability after an injury such as a heart attack. ...

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