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2017 October 17 | Tags: Epigenetics, In The News

People suffering from substance abuse develop strong associations between the drugs’ rewarding effects and environmental cues. There are differences in the brain structures of casual drug users and those that have progressed to addiction. Long-lasting associations form between the emotions and experiences of taking drugs for the addicted user. These reward associations can trigger powerful cravings and even lead to relapse in people who had already quit drugs. Read More

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2017 October 3 | Tags: In The News

Dogs have evolved into domesticated household pets with unique social skills that allow them to interact well with humans. Hormone levels may play an important role in social behavior. One aspect of dog behavior is how they relate to other dogs and humans. It is well known that oxytocin plays a role in social interactions in both humans and animals. Previous studies have shown that levels of oxytocin increase in friendly dog and human interactions. Social behavior can be controlled by similar genetic factors in different species. Oxytocin and receptor gene polymorphism have been associated with varying social behavior. Read More

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2017 September 19 | Tags: Cancer, In The News

A recent study determined mitochondrial outer membrane permeabilization (MOMP) triggered by Caspase Independent Cell Death (CICD) may be a more effective cancer treatment target than the process of apoptosis. Researchers used colorectal cancer cells in their experimental design.
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2017 September 5 | Tags: Cancer, In The News

Immunotherapy is a type of cancer treatment that uses your own immune system to help fight cancer. Stimulating a patient’s own immune system can be highly effective at recognizing and destroying cancer cells. Programmed death-ligand 1 (PD-L1) is a transmembrane protein that can suppress the immune response by inhibiting the proliferation of T cells via apoptosis. It also plays an important role in arresting cell-cycle progression.
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