Ancora Innovations Announces Second RFP Process March 14
Danny Winder, PhD, and colleagues reported in The Journal of Neuroscience that acute restraint stress in mice activates CRF neurons in the BNST, supporting a role for these neurons in stress-related behaviors.
Infection with the stomach-dwelling bacterium Helicobacter pylori— particularly strains producing the oncoprotein CagA — is a strong risk factor for gastric cancer.
The yin and yang of cell signaling
Major initiative launched to advance the application of AI to health care
Vanderbilt team MarmotE cleared Phase 2 of the U.S. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency’s Spectrum Collaboration Challenge held in December at the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Lab.
Women’s hormonal cycles may not only make them more prone to drug addiction but also more affected by triggers that lead to relapse, a new Vanderbilt University study revealed.
There were 12 U.S. Patents issued in January
MicroRNAs are short segments of ribonucleic nucleic acids that regulate gene expression.
Using data from the UK Biobank and Vanderbilt’s BioVU, a new study in the journal Molecular Psychiatry finds that approximately 4 percent of suicide attempt risk is captured by genotype data.