Northwestern Medicine investigators have developed a novel approach for designing and testing new protein folds, which could be used to develop new therapeutics.
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Northwestern Medicine investigators have discovered that outer mitochondrial membrane proteins regulate crosstalk between mitochondria and lysosomes, findings that have implications for many diseases.
Northwestern Medicine investigators have discovered that dopaminergic neurons in the substantia nigra utilize a specific ion channel to control energy production and meet bioenergetic need, according to a recent study.
The Supreme Court ruling in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization has created confusion for many women seeking medical care when pregnant. Nevertheless, Feinberg investigators continue to pursue research that identifies important factors that impact maternal health.
Northwestern Medicine investigators have discovered that a particular enzyme is essential for regulating cancer cell survival and metastasis under cellular stress, according to a recent study.
Northwestern Medicine investigators have uncovered novel regulatory mechanisms that promote bacterial survival, according to findings published in PNAS.
Therapeutically targeting ion channels in nociceptor neurons may be a promising strategy for managing osteoarthritis pain, according to a Northwestern Medicine study.
Chronic lung disease is still the fourth leading cause of death in the U.S., making chronic lung disease both a research and clinical priority for many academic medical centers across the U.S. — including the Feinberg School of Medicine.
Therapeutically inhibiting a metabolic regulator in monocytes unexpectedly increased inflammatory signaling, revealing mechanisms that could inform new strategies to treat chronic inflammatory disorders, according to a recent study.
Investigators have developed a new imaging technique that increases the detection and identification of proteoforms by four-fold when compared to current methods.