Macrophages, also known as scavenger cells, are immune cells which are part of the innate immune system and differentiate from monocytes. They circulate in the bloodstream and upon differentiation, invade … Continue Reading New study refutes textbook theory on macrophage metabolism.
The human brain has a prodigious demand for energy, it uses 20 to 30% of the body’s energy budget. In the course of normal aging, in people with neurodegenerative diseases … Continue Reading Researchers use dietary supplement to re-energize aging brains in animal model.
High blood sugar is a defining characteristic of Type 2 diabetes and the cause of many of the condition’s complications, including kidney failure, heart disease, and blindness. Most diabetes medications … Continue Reading Researchers block mitochondrial glucose production to treat type 2 diabetes in preclinical trials.