Scientists using a new algorithmic method have investigated how cancer cells reorganize the 3D structure of their DNA to increase the activity of oncogenes.
Spanking may affect children’s brain development
Children whose parents use corporal punishment are more likely to have mental health problems. Spanking affects brain development in children.
Pea and bean are more satiating than meat
According to a study by researchers at the University of Copenhagen, pea and bean help keep you feeling full longer than pork or veal dishes.
Satellite navigation shuts down part of the human brain
Researchers from University College London have shown that using satellite navigation switches off two important brain regions: the hippocampus and the prefrontal cortex.
Caffeine can change the brain’s gray matter
According to a new study conducted at the University of Basel, when taken regularly, caffeine can induce short-term changes in the gray matter of the brain.
CBD as the next generation antibiotic
For several years, scientists have been researching the utility of Cannabidiol (CBD) as an antibiotic. CBD can kill a wide range of Gram-negative bacteria.
Analysis of somatic mutations in miRNA biogenesis genes
An atlas of somatic mutations in protein genes involved in the formation and function of miRNAs is a breakthrough in the field of cancer genetics.
Alzheimer’s disease affect more often women than men
Alzheimer’s disease is most common among older adults, and gender is a lesser-known risk factor. The vast majority of this group are women.
TIMP1 gene against prostate cancer metastasis
A group of researchers from Switzerland, Italy and the United States reveals the role of aging cells in metastasis formation and identifies the TIMP1 gene that can block it.