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Bengal Cat Coats: Less wild than they look

Their appearance stems largely from domesticated cats.

Common diabetic drug linked to “anti-hunger” molecule causes weight loss

It may pave the way to a new class of weight loss drugs.

Vibrating gloves help stroke patients in muscle spasm recovery

Vibrotactile stimulation studied for post-stroke spasticity relief.

Women’s autoimmune risk explored in Stanford Medicine-led study

Xist proteins drive female-biased autoimmunity.

Scientists discovered a protein that controls breast cancer’s ability to resist immunotherapy

A better way to predict and improve patient responses.

Smartwatches can pick up abnormal heart rhythms in kids

The finding comes from a survey of electronic medical records.

Scientists took snapshots of the crystal structure of perovskite nanocrystals

Picosecond-​resolution snapshots of the crystal lattice of perovskite nanocrystals.

Unexpected ties: Sleep, brain insulation, and neurodegeneration

BMAL1 loss in oligodendroglia impacts myelination and sleep.

Stanford’s eye aging clock for ocular disease treatment

AI-powered liquid biopsy reveals eye aging and disease drivers.

Stanford study boosts aging mice with nerve-muscle restoration

Blocking 15-PGDH gerozyme for nerve-muscle regeneration.

Computer vision reveals the working of lithium-ion batteries in detail

‘Computer vision’ reveals unprecedented physical and chemical details of how a lithium-ion battery works.

High blood pressure & anemia drive racial birth complication gap

Stanford Medicine reveals role of hypertension and anemia in non-white birth complication rates.

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