Researchers have discovered that increasing production of a protein called RGS-14 could significantly boost visual memory.
Mice with the RGS-14 boost could remember objects they had seen for up to two months. Ordinarily the same mice would only be able to remember these objects for about an hour.
YALE (US)—A new method for growing arteries could lead to a less invasive way to treat coronary artery disease.
“Instead of using growth factors, we stopped the inhibitor mechanism by using a drug that targets a particular enzyme called PI3-kinase inhibitor.“Because we’ve located this inhibitory pathway, this opens the possibility of developing a new class of medication to grow new arteries,” Simons adds.