A new study analyzed the correlation between the protein cell p53 gain-of-function and the effects of aneuploidy. It aims to design a drug that can restore the natural function of p53 to suppress cancer.
New research from North Carolina State University scientists showed that genes can identify, respond to, and filter coded information in signals. This shows how a single mechanism can create reactions from a single gene.
Researchers used marine mussels to improve the mechanical properties of gelatin methacryloyl (GelMA) hydrogels. The mussels made hydrogels better than the original design, improving properties useful for wound healing.
While smart technology has allowed efficient medical data management and closer monitoring of our health, preventing more serious diseases in the process, the healthcare sector adopting it en masse has raised serious privacy concerns.