Illinois Research: New molecule heralds hope for muscular dystrophy treatment
A new small molecule developed by Illinois researchers has been shown to break up the protein-RNA clusters that cause the MD in living human cells.
Team finds markers related to ovarian cancer survival and recurrence
llinois researchers showed how the interactions between biomarkers affect ovarian cancer outcomes.
Illinois researcher receives NSF CAREER Award
Brendan Harley received a five-year National Science Foundation Award which will allow his research team to develop a synthetic bone marrow biomaterial to aid the study of hematopoiesis and hematopoietic diseases.
U of I researchers create new tools for fluorescence microscopy and imaging
?Researchers from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign have developed a new class of fluorescent probes for studying biological processes at the single molecule level.
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