Molecular Physiology and Biophysics News
Tattoo therapy could ease chronic disease; skin-embedded nanoparticles may help control autoimmune diseases Sep 22, 2016 A proof-of-principle study shows that nanoparticles may help control autoimmune diseases.
Mouse study reveals genes essential for life and provides insights into human disease Sep 14, 2016 Research by the International Mouse Phenotyping Consortium concludes that roughly a third of all genes in the mammalian genome are essential for life.
Recipients of 2016 DeBakey Research Award represent Baylor College of Medicine’s scientific excellence May 3, 2016 Five Baylor faculty members have received the Michael E. DeBakey Excellence in Research Award .
Human cells used to create disease model of fully functioning lipid system in mouse model Jun 17, 2015 Researchers have now created a disease model that resembles human mechanisms and acts as a fully functioning human lipid system within a mouse to specifically study hypercholesterolemia.
Baylor researchers share thoughts on current findings regarding heart repair Mar 18, 2015 What can mend a broken heart? The answers are slowly revealing themselves in research labs studying what was once thought to be impossible.
Researchers seek to make mini-guts that mimic life Mar 16, 2015 A five-year, $5.1 million National Institutes of Health grant will help researchers engineer better “mini-guts” that are physiologically active.
Finding new path to treating rheumatoid arthritis Sep 24, 2014 Baylor-led consortium's findings could point to new therapy for rheumatoid arthritis.
Baylor announces 2014 Michael E. DeBakey, M.D., Excellence in Research Awards Jul 2, 2014 The award, named in honor of the college’s first president and pioneering heart surgeon, was presented to the six recipients July 2.
Channel blocker treats asthma in the lab Apr 28, 2014 Baylor study findings could lead to potential new treatment for certain types of asthma.
Mechanical regulation of cell migration and vessel dynamics directs capillaries to form large vascular trees Sep 5, 2013 Researchers at Baylor College of Medicine report that increases in blood flow induce small blood vessels called capillaries to fuse, increasing the size of the tube through which circulation moves and reducing resistance.