A new collaboration based at the University of Cambridge will aim to discover and develop new medicines to treat liver disease.
Much hyped by the media, stem cells have tremendous power to improve human health. As part of the Cambridge Stem Cell Initiative, Dr Ludovic Vallier’s research in the Anne McLaren Laboratory for Regenerative Medicine shows how stem cells can further our understanding of disease and help deliver much-needed new treatments.
New discoveries by Cambridge scientists about a molecular waste-disposal process that ‘eats’ bacteria are influencing the clinical management of cystic fibrosis, and could be the basis of innovative new treatments to fight off bacteria.
The discovery by scientists in Cambridge and Alberta of a fifth adaptor protein – a tiny and vital component of many cells –will lay the foundations for a greater understanding of genetic disorders.
New drug could treat mixed-lineage leukaemia (MLL).
Research sheds light on cell mechanism which plays a role in such diseases as Huntington’s and Parkinson’s26 Jul 2011
New research from scientists at the University of Cambridge provides critical insight into the formation of autophagosomes, which are responsible for cleaning up cellular waste.
Cambridge BioResource provides a new approach to understanding why some of us suffer from certain common diseases while others don't.