The discovery could lead to better treatments for acute myeloid leukemia in vulnerable populations.
Bacteria use iron levels to store memories and pass them on to later generations, scientists have found.
A team led by Lauren Ehrlich found a link between myeloid cells and the cancer that often strikes children.
Drug candidate developed by Everett Stone and his team is effective in mice with cancers of skin, bladder, blood and colon.
Kyle Miller and his team discovered a potential new target for drug therapies: structures in our DNA called R-loops.
The earliest stages of developing life have been, in many ways, a black box for researchers before now.
Alone, this target might not be strong enough to directly block infection, but might be used to jump-start or boost an immune response.
Just as humans cannot breathe underwater, the tiny pores of plants can't exchange air underwater.
New insights about a CRISPR-associated protein called Cas12a2 could lead to a new approach to diagnostics for a wide range of viral illnesses.
A pair of discoveries from the Torii Lab were recently published in Nature Plants.