Weill Cornell Medicine

Gut bacteria shape the newborn immune system with neurotransmitters

Gut bacteria-produced serotonin encourages immune tolerance in infancy.

Using AI images to map visual brain functions

Understanding how vision is organized.

Bone stem cell triggers early skull fusion

Exploring stem cell's role in craniosynostosis and calvarial mineralization.

DNA folds into complex shapes

A simple and rapid method for detecting SARS-CoV-2 RNA.

Autism spectrum disorder: brain study identifies four subtypes

Understanding autism spectrum disorder: from genes to networks.

A potential cure for diabetes found in human stomach cells

A promising approach to treating diabetes.

Research on cerebral blood vessels identifies potentially new drug targets for treating strokes

A comprehensive survey of gene activity changes in small blood vessels in the brain following stroke.

New approach accurately identifies proteins and gene activity in different tissues

This technology is exciting because it allows us to map the spatial organization of tissues.

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