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Neuroscience

Researchers restore cell function, metabolism to whole pig brains

The porcine system could aid drug discovery for diseases such as stroke


Temperature-sensitive materials offer a quick off switch for drug delivery

GI tract devices stop releasing drug when hit with a sip or spray of warm water

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Cancer

Panning for proteins identifies a malaria drug’s cancer target

Screening a library of human proteins reveals one way artemisinin kills tumor cells


Ferumoxytol, an iron-based nanoparticle drug marketed as Feraheme, kills leukemia cells in mice

The already-approved drug could increase treatment options for this challenging cancer