Patients with bile duct cancer are not all alike, according to a study that analyzed the whole genomes of almost 500 patients from ten countries.
More than just sensing pain, pain neurons can inhibit inflammation and bone destruction during fungal infections.
The deep-sea mussel is the first large seafloor dweller to have its entire genome sequenced.
The protein TAL1 activates a ‘molecular switch’ that triggers a cluster of genes leading to the cancerous growth of T-cell precursors.
Scientists have used reengineered spider venom toxin to help antibodies escape endosomes once inside the cell.
Inhibiting IPMK enzymes could help dampen the overexuberant immune response during sepsis, a leading cause of death from infections.
Chinese scientists have sequenced the genome of the tea tree, unraveling clues about how one leaf produces many flavors.
Different strains of beneficial gut bacteria have evolved independent mechanisms to make the most of the sugars found in breastmilk.
A transient increase in the concentration of calcium ions is necessary for the proper formation of the neural tube in the developing embryo.