Cancer cells thrive even under hypoxic conditions, but where do they source the building blocks needed to meet their rapid growth?
High throughput analysis reveals a complex relationship between genetics, biochemistry and metabolism on taste in peaches.
A gene implicated in the behavioural symptoms of William's syndrome and autism is now found to play a role in healthy populations too.
Sir David Weatherall recounts how his research in thalassemia led to an interest in malaria and advances in the field during his career
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Editors-in-Chief of Respiratory Research Jan Lötvall and Rey Panettieri on the most exciting recent developments in respiratory science and medicine
Winners of the Journal for ImmunoTherapy of Cancer research awards discuss combination therapies in melanoma and renal cell carcinoma
Oral administration of testosterone replacement therapy leads to significant cardiovascular risk
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Examining the stress response at the genetic level; how regulation of the transcription factor Otp may hold the key in jawed vertebrates
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Improving predictions for prognosis in breast cancer using transcription factor signatures - what does E2F4 have to offer?
Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Experimental & Translational Stroke Medicine Ghezzi and Editorial Board member Rajkumar on stroke research