FRYL gene variants linked to a new neurological disorder

A recent study from the lab of Dr. Hugo J. Bellen, distinguished service professor at Baylor College of Medicine and investigator at the Jan and Dan Duncan Neurological Research Institute (Duncan NRI) links the FRYL gene ...

Medical research

Scientists develop a new type of anti-cancer agent

Many cancer therapies, in addition to producing numerous side effects, fail to achieve complete tumor remission, partly due to the presence of cancer stem cells, which are difficult to eradicate. These cells can self-renew ...

Oncology & Cancer

CRISPR study lays groundwork for overcoming ovarian cancer

A team of researchers at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus has gained attention for their work on rethinking ovarian cancer disease progression and treatment. Equipped with highly advanced technology, they ...

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