Researchers have cracked the code for understanding how T cells recognize antigens that signal particular threats – and put it all in a useful algorithm
Discovery of new molecular control switches for cellular machinery offers invaluable new research pathways for understanding and treating diseases.
Chronic health conditions among long-term survivors of childhood cancer decrease over three decades as treatments improve
Research from Childhood Cancer Survivor Study finds improvements in therapies have reduced the incidence of serious chronic late health effects in survivors.
Targeting cell metabolism shows promise for easing influenza symptoms by reducing production of new flu virus.
St. Jude Children's Research Hospital CEO and a hospital faculty member recognized for contributions to cancer research
James R. Downing, M.D., and Charles Mullighan, MBBS, M.D., have received awards from prestigious cancer research institutions.
Web tool ProteinPaint helps researchers explore the epigenetic landscape of retinal development and the eye tumor retinoblastoma.
Epigenetic map reveals molecular switches that control development of both the normal retina and the eye cancer retinoblastoma.
The immune machinery that drives the skin disease neutrophilic dermatosis (Sweet’s syndrome) reveals clues for taming the immune response
Researchers studying auditory hair cell regeneration for treatment of hearing loss looked to Mother Nature for guidance, and they were rewarded.
Normal production of blood-forming stem cells relies on short-lived migratory cells that offer clues for making donor cells in the lab.
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