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In the fight against infection, viruses may take up where antibiotics leave off.
Researchers have grown stem cells in tiny, protective sacs.
Researchers target a tiny strand of RNA to try to treat hepatitis C.
A team of Swiss researchers has designed a vaccine that lowers blood pressure.
A new material promises safer brain implants.
A rabies-related virus seeks out and destroys tumors in the brain.
A new noninvasive tool uses electromagnetic waves to measure glucose levels.
Scientists have developed a way to produce a pure source of muscle cells, a technique that might one day prove useful for treating muscle-related diseases.
A new technique uses a magnetic field to guide potential therapies to stents in clogged blood vessels.