Why Having A Baby Boy Changes Your Brain — New Study
Why Having A Baby Boy Changes Your Brain -- New Study
Cranial Drilling Device puts a hole in skulls, not brains
The Cranial Drilling Device puts a hole in skulls, not brains
‘Blue’ compound stops brain tumor spread
To fight against degenerative brain disease affecting children with ataxia-telangiectasia (A-T), researchers at the University of Queensland enlists skin cells. People with A-T develop cancer and brain degeneration because a gene that recognizes and repairs DNA damage is defective. Ernst Wolvetang, an assistant professor, says the ability to reprogram skin cells from children with A-T provided a renewable resource to study the neurodegeneration and find medicines to combat it.