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Drugs in development could treat the cognitive deficits caused by Alzheimer’s.
Physics-based modeling may accelerate the drug-development process.
A genetic variation may determine who needs a drug to help them kick the habit.
A computer model can predict which drugs a cancer patient will respond to best.
Using tiny bubbles to perform logical operations could lead to smart lab-on-a-chip devices for drug discovery and chemical and biological analyses.
Researchers use brain imaging to detect patterns of brain activity associated with pain—a potential boon for doctors and drug developers.
Researchers find they can alleviate depression in mice by boosting a protein in one part of the brain.
Why does Genentech’s anticancer drug work better for some patients than for others?
A biotech startup is testing a gel that could make cardiovascular procedures safer.
A large survey of mutations across many cancer types reveals unexpected commonalities, providing new opportunities for existing drugs.