Key protein behind brain asymmetry uncovered by scientists

Genetic mechanisms behind the brain's unique left–right differences are now better understood with new research, paving the way for better understanding of human disorders where brain asymmetry is disrupted.

Oncology & Cancer

New insights into the growth and spread of cancer cells

Cancer cells are characterized by their aggressiveness: they grow rapidly and spread to other parts of the body. To enable this, numerous mechanisms come into play, and one of them involves a protein called MYC, which activates ...

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