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New method for detecting chronic GI disease in dogs

Chronic GI dysfunction, which affects approximately 2% of dogs requires a completely different clinical treatment approach

Researchers use quantum computing to predict gene relationships

In the future they plan to compare the healthy cells to ones with diseases or mutations

Inflammatory reactions and the autoimmune connection

Inflammatory disorders are characterized by an imbalance of immune cells and increased production of pro-inflammatory cytokines

Breakthroughs for epilepsy and prevention

Pharmacology researchers make breakthrough discoveries in using CBD to treat and prevent hard-to-treat forms of epilepsy.

Nano-size carbon material could be used to treat Down syndrome

Innovation can manage toxic levels of hydrogen sulfide that occur in this and many other disorders

How does Lyme disease wreak havoc on humans? Interdisciplinary team of Texas A&M scientists looks for answers

Researchers publish findings in the Journal of Immunology
Biomedical Sciences

BET inhibitors could break link between colorectal cancer and COVID-19, new Texas A&M study says

Researchers publish findings in the journal Precision Oncology

NIH awards five-year grant for multidisciplinary A&M team to bring 3D printing of pediatric drugs to hospitals

Researchers include faculty from pharmacy, engineering, arts and sciences, and veterinary medicine and biomedical sciences

Deep-learning model predicts mRNA degradation to improve stability in thermally sensitive vaccines

A&M engineers publish findings in the journal Briefings in Bioinformatics