A St. Jude study reveals more about the link between cancer survivors’ physical fitness and their thinking and learning skills.
A St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital online portal into pediatric cancer survivorship data debuts at the American Society of Human Genetics annual meeting.
Researchers have uncovered a relationship between the gene NUDT15 and how thiopurine drugs function. These findings support the use of NUDT15 to guide thiopurine dose to limit treatment related toxicity.
St. Jude researchers compared telomere length and age-dependent telomere attrition between childhood cancer survivors and adult control subjects.
Flu is particularly dangerous for some people, including young cancer patients. Here’s the latest on how St. Jude scientists are working to protect them.
St. Jude scientists have uncovered a new discovery that reveals how chaperones manage protein folding – which could lead to finding ways to fight disease.
Chronic inflammation can be deadly. St. Jude researchers have identified a molecule that might lead to new ways to shut it down.
New NMR will allow St. Jude researchers to study proteins, DNA, RNA and other biomolecules to better understand catastrophic diseases.
Powerful cancer data portal gets an upgrade to identify the genetic culprit for inherited cancer and possibly other genetic diseases.
Scientists have used a 3D genome to improve understanding of gene regulation during development and disease. Read the latest.
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