New breast cell types discovered

A joint effort by breast cancer researchers and bioinformaticians has provided new insights into the molecular changes that drive breast development. The research team compared genes expressed in single cells in the mammary gland (breast tissue) to understand the broad ...

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Heart Self-Repair May be Prompted with Regulatory RNAs

Heart tissue is notoriously poor at self-repair, but it isn’t entirely helpless. It’s just super-slow because mature, developed hearts retain very few heart cells that hold regeneration potential. For example, in adult mouse or human heart, new cardiomyocytes (CMs) are ...

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Immune cells derived from specialized progenitors

Dendritic cells are gatekeepers of Immunity and are crucial for the detection and initiation of Immunity against pathogens and foreign substances. Up to now dendritic cell subtypes were thought to develop from one common progenitor. Now, in a joint effort, ...

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