News file for: University of Queensland
Viruses have shaped the evolution of Pinot Noir grapes, scientists say.
Using the cytokine IL-22 instead of insulin to manage Type 2 diabetes could mean fewer injections for patients.
A study using whole genome sequencing has shown that esophageal cancer patients have highly mutated and rearranged genomes.
The global banana trade is dominated by a single clone: the Cavendish. However, the ease and affordability of growing a single variety comes at a heavy price, Zaria Gorvett writes.
A study in flies shows that alternative splicing could be one explanation for the complexity of the brain.
The ARC Center of Excellence in Advanced Molecular Imaging will help to answer how single molecules function in the context of immune cells.
A genetic study of 253,288 individuals has helped scientists pinpoint the elusive genes related to height in humans.
A better understanding of how proteins are sorted and transported in the cell could lead to new treatments for neurodegenerative diseases.
The extraordinary migratory behavior of Monarch butterflies is largely determined by a single gene, scientists say.
Inspired by the mantis shrimp’s elegant visual system based on polarized light, scientists have developed a camera that can see cancer.