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By attaching bioluminescent and fluorescent tags to tumors, one can observe how tumors progress in orthotopic models noninvasively.
Changes in store for US chemical safety laws, Zika politics and building antibiotics from scratch. This week in Abstract Science.
Coping with Parkinson's. The second in our two-part series on this incurable movement disorder.
A conversation with chemist David Hardick about α-syn and the search for Parkinson's solutions that stick. The first of our two-part series on PD.
Check out our recent posts on what needs to be done to solve this global health problem.
A microbiome-sparing antibiotic, tau's role in AD, the latest and strongest data on the Zika-microcephaly connection, and a look at gene therapy in diabetes. This week in Abstract Science.
From the bedside to the bench: Symposium explores how epigenetics, precision medicine and immuno-oncology are driving drug discovery.
Reimagining the scientific paper, doubling the life-expectancy of lab-grown embryos, Zika vaccine efficacy trials by 2017, and new regs for e cigarettes. This week in Abstract Science.
Assessing the safety of industrial chemicals needs upwards of 2,000 animals to collect data. Will extended one-generation studies help reduce those numbers?
A setback for an MD drug, yellow fever's comeback, beads that mimic human eggs, and a boost for HIV vaccine research. This week in Abstract Science.