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Tagged: disease

  • Malaria-Resistant Mosquitoes

    Researchers show that benign, genetically engineered mosquitoes can outcompete disease-causing ones, suggesting a possible way to control the disease.


  • Getting More from Drugs

    Unusual combinations of existing drugs could improve treatments for a variety of diseases.


  • Carbon Nanotubes versus HIV

    Nanotubes can transport RNA into the human immune system’s white blood cells, making the cells less vulnerable to attack by the HIV virus.


  • Human Model Completed

    Systems biologists have finished a comprehensive computer model of metabolism, providing an invaluable tool for drug discovery and disease research.

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  • Can RNA Turn Genes On?

    Researchers at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center have found that RNA may be a potential tool in activating dormant genes.

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  • Nanotools Probe Malaria

    An MIT mechanical engineer has teamed up with molecular biologists to study the complex mechanisms behind diseased cells.


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