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Mutations to the rescue

07.04.2011 | Mike May, Nature Medicine, 2011

Mutations to the rescue Nature Medicine 17, 405 (2011). doi:10.1038/nm0411-405 Authors: Mike May Genetic mutations are usually the source of debilitating disease. But, for a number of rare inherited blood and skin disorders, spontaneous DNA changes can repair and even ...

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Missed connections

07.04.2011 | Marissa Miley, Nature Medicine, 2011

Missed connections Nature Medicine 17, 408 (2011). doi:10.1038/nm0411-408 Authors: Marissa Miley A surprising percentage of people with autism also suffer from seizures, but doctors have been baffled by this overlap for decades. Now, various groups of scientists have begun ...

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Engage with, don't fear, community labs

07.04.2011 | Ellen D Jorgensen; Daniel Grushkin, Nature Medicine, 2011

Engage with, don't fear, community labs Nature Medicine 17, 411 (2011). doi:10.1038/nm0411-411 Authors: Ellen D Jorgensen & Daniel Grushkin The do-it-yourself biology movement has exploded in recent years, culminating in the formation of the world's first community ...

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That obscure object of desire

07.04.2011 | Jan Vijg, Nature Medicine, 2011

That obscure object of desire Nature Medicine 17, 412 (2011). doi:10.1038/nm0411-412 Author: Jan Vijg

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The flip side of cardiolipin import

07.04.2011 | Coen C Paulusma; Roderick H J Houwen; Patrick L Williamson, Nature Medicine, 2011

The flip side of cardiolipin import Nature Medicine 17, 413 (2011). doi:10.1038/nm0411-413a Authors: Coen C Paulusma, Roderick H J Houwen & Patrick L Williamson

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Alum's adjuvant action: grease is the word

07.04.2011 | M Lamine Mbow; Ennio De Gregorio; Jeffrey B Ulmer, Nature Medicine, 2011

Alum's adjuvant action: grease is the word Nature Medicine 17, 415 (2011). doi:10.1038/nm0411-415 Authors: M Lamine Mbow, Ennio De Gregorio & Jeffrey B Ulmer Alum is the most widely used vaccine adjuvant, but its mechanism of action remains largely unknown. A recent study ...

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Trastuzumab resistance: all roads lead to SRC

07.04.2011 | Senthil K Muthuswamy, Nature Medicine, 2011

Trastuzumab resistance: all roads lead to SRC Nature Medicine 17, 416 (2011). doi:10.1038/nm0411-416 Authors: Senthil K Muthuswamy A new study shows how SRC, a nonmembrane tyrosine kinase, is a common signaling node in trastuzumab resistance caused by different mechanisms ...

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An amino acid profile to predict diabetes?

07.04.2011 | Claudia Langenberg; David B Savage, Nature Medicine, 2011

An amino acid profile to predict diabetes? Nature Medicine 17, 418 (2011). doi:10.1038/nm0411-418 Authors: Claudia Langenberg & David B Savage By the time diabetes is diagnosed, irreversible pathology is typically present, challenging therapeutic intervention. A reliable ...

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A new treasure in the breast cancer gene hunt

07.04.2011 | Paul Spellman; Joe Gray, Nature Medicine, 2011

A new treasure in the breast cancer gene hunt Nature Medicine 17, 422 (2011). doi:10.1038/nm0411-422 Authors: Paul Spellman & Joe Gray A new potential breast cancer oncogene, ZNF703, has been identified in the chromosomal region 8p12 in humans, which is commonly amplified ...

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Axonal injury in reverse

07.04.2011 | Matt J Craner; Lars Fugger, Nature Medicine, 2011

Axonal injury in reverse Nature Medicine 17, 423 (2011). doi:10.1038/nm0411-423 Authors: Matt J Craner & Lars Fugger Axonal damage causes neurological defects in multiple sclerosis. In vivo imaging in mouse models of multiple sclerosis now shows a reversible and sequential ...

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