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An article published in Experimental Biology and Medicine describes a new class of kinase inhibitors.
For 8-million adults who suffer from post-traumatic stress disorder in any given year, medication and cognitive therapy have been the treatment protocol.
Finding Could Lead to Better Clinical Disease Monitoring
Device Also Can Serve as Robotic Skin, Relaying Information Back to the User
University of Houston Researchers Report Adaptable Stimulation Treatment
Research Team Combines Multi-Spectral Imaging and Supercomputing
Process Could Be Similar to How First Living Cells Formed; Applications to Industry Possible
A University of Houston researcher is examining the reaction in the brain at the precise moment when certain memories are seared into our minds.
In the world of superbugs Clostridioides difficile, a bacterium that causes diarrhea and colitis, is among the most stubborn.
Cost-benefit analysis by the University of Houston College of Pharmacy highlights clinical and economic benefits of novel device
UH Pharmaceutical Scientist Eyeing New Drug that Recycles Through the Colon
UH Engineer Using Optical Equipment to Watch Heart Develop
T-Cell Editor Creating the Powerful Immunotherapy Weapon
UH Expert to Bring Consistency to Corneal Stem Cell Fate
UH Biologist Discovers Protein Partnership That Protects Blood Vessels
Heralds a new strategy for fighting cancer: Drugs that target two genes at a time
UH Researchers Receive $3.5 M to Find Best Combinations of Antibiotics
UH Cancer Researcher Focused on Tumor Development Research Aims to Preempt Cancer by Targeting Precursor Lesions
A cancer researcher at the University of Houston is set to deliver an unprecedented look at the 20-year development of esophageal cancer that starts with a precancerous lesion known as "Barrett's esophagus."