The September 2021 issue of Toxicological Sciences contains leading toxicological research, exploring nanotoxicology, neurotoxicology, immunotoxicology, and more.
PNNL scientists are working with local doctors to collect and analyze air samples from patients’ lungs, looking for protein patterns unique to patients with COVID-19.
Researchers from the Morgridge Institute for Research, the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and Albany Medical College have identified more than 200 molecular features that strongly correlate with COVID-19 severity, offering insight into potential treatment options for those with advanced disease.
The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) announced $5 million in funding for six new research projects in computational biology.
Researchers use a novel integrative approach to examine function and proteins expressed by a highly specialized segment of the kidneys in a new study published ahead of print in the journal Function. Current technology makes it possible to analyze molecules…
Article title: Virus-induced genetics revealed by multidimensional precision medicine transcriptional workflow applicable to COVID-19 Authors: Jeremy W. Prokop, Rama Shankar, Ruchir Gupta, Mara L. Leimanis, Derek Nedveck, Katie Uhl, Bin Chen, Nicholas L. Hartog, Jason Van Veen, Joshua S. Sisco, Olivia…
New “big omics” supercomputer will speed up solutions; insights will lead to advances in a wide range of complex diseases