TAU Research May Lead To Earlier Detection And Better Treatment Of Alzheimer’s
With no known cure, Alzheimer's Disease is still the most common form of dementia and a leading cause of death among people 65 and older. Now, a team of Israeli researchers have made progress with a finding that may help diagnose the disease as early as at the age of 30, and treat it accordingly.
November 18, 2013
‘Big Brother’ Study Sheds Light On Social Hierarchy In Mice
What causes a member of a group to be more dominant and how are social structures formed? A new study uses mice to shed light on these questions and also offers insight into autism.
July 10, 2013
Discovery: Protein Increases Lifespan Of Mice By 16 Percent
Things are looking up for aging mice and, if this research pays off, for aging humans, too. Researchers found that the anti-aging protein sirtuin can make male mice live about 16 percent longer than average, which could pave the way for humans as well.
February 29, 2012
‘Prolor Biotech’: Positive Results In Hemophilia Drug Trial
Prolor Biotech Inc. reported positive results in a study of its new version of the hemophilia drug Factor VIIa-CTP in a pre-clinical trial on mice. The study showed that mice which received the longer-acting version of the drug showed a higher survival and recovery rate over a longer period of time, compared to those that […]
February 16, 2012