Scientists decode reasons behind aggressiveness of glioblastoma and hint at possible therapeutic strategies
In the peak litchi season, every year in Muzaffarpur, Bihar, a crisis unfolds with unflinching regularity. Hundreds of kids, after having gorged on litchis, die of encephalopathy. Several scientific teams have been working to find the reason behind this debacle. Finally, we have an answer.
At the interface of mathematics and biology emerges a new way of detecting diabetic retinopathy.
Researchers from Mumbai identify a spectrum of therapeutic targets linked to lung cancer development and discover a novel mutation along the way.
How do co-infections of dengue and chikungunya affect patients: do they cause newer symptoms not present in either infections? Or do they worsen symptoms associated with mono-infections?
A team of researchers from Mumbai have recently shown how Group B Streptococci (GBS)—bacteria frequently associated with premature deliveries—could be causing pre-term births.
The Chandipura Virus (CHPV) has been associated with outbreaks of encephalitic illness in central India, the most recent of which killed 183 people in 2003. Studies in mice provide insights into the molecular and cellular mechanisms of the CHPV infection.