Northwestern Medicine scientists have discovered a protein that acts as an entry point for the Epstein-Barr virus, providing a potential target for future therapies.
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Northwestern Medicine scientists showed how enzyme inhibitors might be used to halt a molecular process that can cause neurodegeneration in patients with HIV.
Scientists are one step closer to a stem cell treatment for muscular dystrophy after Northwestern Medicine investigators demonstrated improvements in muscle tissue differentiation in stem cells.
A newly-designed mutant herpes virus provides a strategy for the development of novel herpes virus vaccines.
A new study provides insights into a mechanism underlying Parkinson’s disease and suggests that an existing drug could be employed as a novel treatment.
A Northwestern Medicine study, published in the journal Cancer Cell, has provided new insights into a mechanism of tumor survival in glioblastoma and demonstrated that inhibiting the process could enhance the effects of radiation therapy.
A new Northwestern Medicine study suggests that a protein called Bim may be a novel therapeutic target for lupus.
Northwestern Medicine scientists have discovered a delay in the maturation of fast-spiking neurons in the neonatal cortex of a mouse model of Fragile X syndrome, a neurodevelopmental disorder.
Scientists reduced blood clotting in mice with a blood disease called myeloproliferative neoplasm by inhibiting expression of a gene.
Northwestern Medicine scientists have uncovered new findings about a protein called SET1B, which could offer a novel approach to treating triple-negative breast cancer.