A team of investigators have uncovered the cellular mechanisms of a specialized group of white blood cells that help promote the development of inflammatory diseases, according to recent findings.
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A new Northwestern Medicine study has shed light on the complex phenomenon of liver zonation, showing that a protein known as Wnt is required for correct placement of tight junction and cell adhesion proteins within the liver.
Nanoparticles traveled to different organs in the body depending on the type of protein coating applied, according to a recent study.
A new study has found cells with high numbers of centrioles more quickly migrated through layers of tissue, a process known as radial intercalation, which may provide new insights into the development of many cancers.
A new study has helped solve the mystery of how dysfunctional chromosome folding leads to cancer.
A DNA transcription mechanism does not work as previously thought, according to a new Northwestern Medicine study.
Northwestern Medicine investigators have uncovered new details about cell-cell adhesion, identifying previously unknown subpopulations of molecules that connect cells to their neighbors.
A new study discovered a previously unknown mechanism by which dopamine drives mitochondrial energy production.
A novel genetic toolkit developed by Northwestern Medicine scientists may support the development of customized therapeutic interventions for a breadth of diseases, according to a recent study published in Nature Communications.