Enzymes best known for their role in autophagy also play a pivotal role in protein trafficking that helps maintain brain cell health.
Child life specialists show support interventions decrease sedation use and cost for radiation therapy.
A modeling approach used lab data to find the optimal drug dose in a successful clinical trial for children with recurrent ependymoma.
Targeted antibiotic is easier on the gut microbiome; highlights a possible antibiotic drug development strategy
Study finds age, ancestry and genetics can influence the risk of pancreatitis, a serious chemo side effect in acute lymphoblastic leukemia patients.
Patients with severe combined immunodeficiency (SCID) show unprecedented immune system recovery after receiving gene therapy developed at St. Jude.
The most common form of the autoimmune disease lupus may be linked to defects in a cell disposal process called LAP.
T cells do different jobs in the immune system depending on how much c-Myc protein they make, scientists find. What could this mean for immune therapies?
A promising anti-influenza agent may spark the development of new medicines and combat drug resistance.
Early evidence suggests that infections during pregnancy may alter brain anatomy by driving neuronal proliferation and lead to learning problems.
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