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Researchers Identify Cellular Process of Tumor Formation

Research published earlier this year sheds light on a fundamental process which drives cell growth and death among epithelial tissues such as gut lining and skin [1]. A disruption to the processes governing the growth and death of cells is at the root of tumor formation and health conditions associated with inflammation. Researchers led by Dr. Jody Rosenblatt at […]

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Cellular Pathway for Insulin Release Described by New Research

Researchers from Uppsala University have identified a critical aspect of how our bodies produce insulin, perhaps paving the way for more effective future diabetes treatments. This study found that levels of the Epac2A protein compound are directly correlated to insulin release. By utilizing specialized microscopy techniques the research team was able to visualize the binding […]

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Antibiotic Resistant Bacteria Linked to Common Cleaner Triclosan

New research from the University of Birmingham has shed light on how a common household cleaner is driving the evolution of antibiotic resistant bacteria. This research found that bacteria having developed resistance to Triclosan-containing consumer products simultaneously developed resistance to Quinolone type antibiotics. 1 This alarming realization may held shed light on how many common household […]

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Researchers Identify Potential Trigger for Autoimmune Disease

Researchers at the National Jewish Health facility in Colorado have identified a cellular process responsible for driving autoimmune reactions. They found that the removal of a transcription factor named T-Bet was responsible for autoimmune-like activation among specific age-related B-Cell (ABCs). By removing T-Bet from B cells in mice, researchers were able to significantly improve lifespan […]

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Gut Bacteria Linked to Emotion and Brain Structure

In a recent study of 40 women it was found that quantifiable differences of regional brass mass and emotional health was found linked to specific bacterial species. The two species of bacteria that were primarily investigated were Bacteroides and Prevotella. Those women with greater recorded amounts of Prevotella species were found to have greater differences in […]

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Lyme-Causing Bacteria Survives Without Iron

Scientists at the UT Southwestern Medical Center have made a shocking discovery about the pathogenic bacteria that causes Lyme disease. Unlike any other known life form, Borrelia Burgdorferi has been shown able to exist without iron to facilitate enzyme and protein formations. Researchers have now discovered that in the absence of iron this bacteria is able to […]