In a new study from Saint Louis University, researchers discovered that drugs targeting the A3 adenosine receptor can turn off pain signals in the spinal cord to provide relief from … Continue Reading Researchers use A3 adenosine receptors to activate ‘off signals’ for chronic pain.
Just as some people seem built to run marathons and have an easier time going for miles without tiring, others are born with a knack for memorizing things, from times … Continue Reading Researchers identify protein responsible for ‘enhancing’ learning and memory.
A study from researchers at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) and Brigham and Women’s Hospital (BWH) reveals for the first time exactly how mutations associated with the most common form of … Continue Reading Study identifies the epigenetic pathway of familial Alzheimer’s disease.
A new study by Johns Hopkins researchers links a well-known cell communication pathway called Notch to one of the most common brain tumours found in children. Their study suggests the … Continue Reading Notch pathway mapped and linked to common pediatric brain tumour.
One of the roadblocks to the eradication of tuberculosis (TB) is the difficulty in identifying patients with latent TB infections. Neither the tuberculin skin test nor interferon-gamma release assays (IGRAs) … Continue Reading New whole blood assay is the first to identify latent TB infections.