May 24, 2019 Last Updated 10:12 AM, May 22, 2019
Alessandro Leuti

Alessandro Leuti

BMAL1 gene is central in regulating circadian clock and rhythmic gene expression in mammal cells. However, its influence over physiological functions seems to be broader than expected, and it might be involved in unexpected pathways, including immune responses, since people displaying circadian disruptions are more prone to develop chronic inflammatory diseases.

Caroline E. Sutton and colleagues might have found the molecular machinery -or at least one of its important gears- of this mechanism, in this paper published on Nature Communication.

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Low reproducibility is the greatest fear of every scientist, and, as a matter of fact, a plague in today's scientific research, with barely 40% of published data being considered reliably replicable

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In the last issue of Lancet Neurology, Jeffrey Alan Thompson (University College, London, UK), and its group, proposed an update of the McDonald criteria used to diagnose multiple sclerosis. 

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In a recent paper, published on PNAS, Oliver W. Griffith and colleagues investigated the mechanisms from which embryo implantation evolved.

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Un breve video, che riporta i pareri e le testimonianze di Meredith Wadman, reporter per Science Magazine.

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Intervista del Fatto Quotidiano a Marcello D'amelio

Il prof. D'Amelio, ed il suo gruppo, sono anche autori di un recente articolo (qui il link) relativo ad un nuovo possibile meccanismo eziopatogenetico della malattia di Alzheimer.

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