A rare type of antibody found in some individuals could help develop an HIV vaccine to target highly diverse viral strains.
Implants containing cyanobacteria help produce oxygen within heart tissue to repair damage done after a heart attack.
Early results for an anti-seizure drug administered as a nasal spray show a more targeted approach to helping get seizures under control.
Clumping proteins act as vaccine adjuvants, activating immune signalling pathways triggered by cell stress.
Dopamine might play a more complex role than was previously assumed when it comes to learning and reward association.
With more research, there is a potential for vaccines to have both adaptive and trained immunity to fight different diseases.
An RNA sequencing technique provides evidence for adult neurogenesis, the production of new neurons in the brain.
We need not be so concerned, say experts, as humans use more than just facial cues to read emotion.
Analyzing patients’ urine samples allowed researchers to identify a biomolecule which could one day lead to developing a cure for asthma.
To help improve the success rates of fertility treatments, scientists are turning to AI to help standardize the sperm selection process.