News file for: Yonsei University
Researchers have identified three new genetic risk factors linked to colorectal cancer in East Asians.
Australian and Korean radio telescopes have been linked for the first time, forming a system that acts as a telescope 8,000 km across both countries.
Korean scientists have discovered that an antigen common to most influenza viruses, called the matrix protein 2, could protect mice against various flu viruses when administered under the tongue.
Researchers in Singapore have found that stomach tumors can be classified into two distinct disease variants that respond differently to chemotherapy.
Scientists have engineered magnetic nanoparticles that efficiently convert electromagnetic energy into heat, using them to heat up and eliminate cancer cells in mice.
Indoor volatile organic compounds have been known to cause ‘sick building syndrome.’ Researchers ranked 86 plant species for their ability improve air quality, also known as phytoremediation.
Scientists have investigated the role of two related proteins that play opposite functional roles in angiogenesis.
A newly discovered hybrid gene appears to play a direct role in some stomach cancers, according to scientists from Singapore and South Korea.