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When the mouse and human genomes were cataloged more than 10 years ago, an international team of researchers set out to understand and compare their respective “mission control centers.” The findings suggest why studies in mice cannot always be reproduced in humans.
For years, researchers have been tracking an elusive creature, a complex of proteins thought to be at fault in some cases of sudden cardiac death. They finally captured images of the complex.
A team of scientists has identified an enzyme key to the survival and spread of glioblastoma cancer cells that is not present in healthy brain cells, making the enzyme a promising therapeutic target.