- June 24, 2016 | BY
Updates on the first human trial involving CRISPR, gene activity after death, more delays in Zika funding, and transmissible cancers in mollusks.
- June 22, 2016 | BY
I had never considered how much of a threat dengue posed until my daughter and I became infected.
- June 20, 2016 | BY
Finding a mouse’s sweet spot. How touchscreen technology is helping determine if a new therapy improves impaired memory function in AD mice.
- June 17, 2016 | BY
The growing pace of outsourced drug discovery, using a gut microbe to alter autism-like symptoms in mice, and testing a controversial theory about how tumors spread.
- June 14, 2016 | BY
Using optogenetics, two researchers challenge our notions of movement and offer new and more reliable ways to model movement disorders in animals
- June 10, 2016 | BY
How a toxic liver drug may boost gene therapy, committee seeks clarity on gene drive, the link between touch and autism, and a long-awaited overhaul of US chemical laws. This week in Abstract Science.
- June 8, 2016 | BY
Can colistin help overcome some of the challenges in treating E. coli with antibiotics?
- June 7, 2016 | BY
Two-year effort identifies several compounds suitable for proof-of-concept studies.
- June 3, 2016 | BY
The search for other vectors spreading Zika, discouraging statistics about the use of osteoporosis drugs, and a virologist prepares for space travel.
- June 2, 2016 | BY
If there is one thing we’re learning from decades of studying tumors, it’s that they are highly diverse, not just from cancer type to cancer type, but also from patient to patient.