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Snapshot Science: Do Circadian Rhythms Affect Lung Repair and Regeneration After Injury?
Aug 25, 2023
CHOP researchers discover a link between circadian cycles and lung repair and regeneration.
Snapshot Science: Does Height Equal Happiness for Children?
Aug 16, 2023
CHOP researchers find self-esteem of healthy children with short stature is tied to social supports — not height.
Snapshot Science: Is a New FDA-Approved Transcatheter Pulmonary Valve Safe and Effective for Patients?
Jul 19, 2023
After one year, a device to treat pulmonary regurgitation proved to be safe and effective.
Snapshot Science: Can Deep Sequencing Cells Help Develop Targeted Therapies for Vascular Anomaly Patients?
Jul 5, 2023
A new deep sequencing method helps researchers identify and treat previously undetectable genetic mutations related to vascular anomalies.
Snapshot Science: Do RAB Proteins Play a Role in Development of Acute Myeloid Leukemia?
Jun 22, 2023
Wei Tong, PhD, and colleagues found a protein interaction that appears to be a driver of hematologic malignancies.
Snapshot Science: Can an Early-life Microbiome Model Help Improve Immune Development?
Apr 21, 2023
The first model of the early-life microbiome helps researchers identify pre- and post-weaning microbial changes that affect immune system development.
Snapshot Science: How Do Human Adenoviruses Assemble Infectious Progeny Particles?
Apr 7, 2023
New study findings reveal the complex assembly process involved in adenovirus replication.
Snapshot Science: Can a New Computational Tool Discover and Quantify RNA Molecules More Accurately?
Mar 23, 2023
Researchers in the Center for Computational and Genomic Medicine developed a new tool to read RNA more accurately.
Snapshot Science: Does Serotonin Contribute to Heart Valve Disease Progression in Patients With Low Serotonin Transport Activity?
Feb 13, 2023
Researchers explore how serotonin may affect the heart’s mitral valve and potentially accelerate degenerative mitral regurgitation.
Snapshot Science: How Can Single-cell Sequencing Overcome Computational Limitations?
Jan 30, 2023
New software uses machine learning to analyze data about a single cell’s multiple characteristics.
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