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Researchers identify a novel epigenetic biomarker for the paediatric kidney cancer Wilms tumour, with utility for use in liquid biopsies
Reanalysing past data on the relationship between sugar and tooth decay suggests new public health goals should be considered to reduce the incidence ...
Resistance to current malaria treatments continues to rise. So what new therapeutics are on the horizon, and how close are we to developing a vaccine?
Researchers highlight several antigen-specific antibodies resulting from active infection with Plasmodium vivax, which may act as useful biomarkers
Researchers map post translational histone modifications across cancer cell lines, providing a novel resource to probe the molecular drivers of cancer
Research in Genome Biology finds methylation profiles mark breast cancer progression, with potential utility for prognosis
To accompany the Alzheimer's Research & Therapy special series on tau-based therapeutics, we find out why tau is a promising target and what's goi...