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Scientists extend lifespans of mice in a genius new telomere study
Scientists are experimenting with all kinds of ideas to extend lifespan and give us a few extra years of existence, and now a mouse study has produced some intriguing results: A longer life thanks to hyper-long telomeres.
Scientists Identify physical source of anxiety in mice brains
We're not wired to feel safe all the time, but maybe one day we could be.
Mice may be great listeners in fighting deep fakes
There may be a new weapon in the war against misinformation: Mice.
Genes linked to death from sepsis identified in mice
Researchers at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, Missouri, found genes that help cells survive exposure to cytokines.
Time to start studying females too, urges scientist
US neurobiologist Rebecca Shansky recalled her first experiences studying mice in the lab two decades ago: The ‘default’ was to study males.
Nanotechnology could grant humans ‘super vision’ after mice given power to see infrared
Humans could one day be given the power of ‘super vision’ which would allow them to see in the dark, scientists said.
Depression reversed in male mice by activating gene that helps excite neurons
Directly activating a gene important to exciting our excitatory neurons and associated with major depression may help turn around classic symptoms like social isolation and loss of interest, at least for males, scientists report.
'Supersized' mice threaten seabird colonies with extinction
Supersized mice are killing millions of seabird chicks on a remote island in the South Atlantic, threatening some rare species with extinction.
Scientists engineer way to prevent immune response to gene therapy in mice
Stanford University School of Medicine researchers have demonstrated that gene therapy can be effective without causing a dangerous side effect common to all gene therapy: An autoimmune reaction to the normal protein, which the patient's immune system is encountering for the first time.
Turning off a gene in cell can reverse skin wrinkles, hair loss in mice: study
A study published in the journal Cell Death and Disease showed that the mice developed with wrinkled skin and visible hair loss could be restored by turning off a gene, lending a clue for potential therapy against aging.
Gene engineering lowers cholesterol in mice
Biomedical researchers have used a genetic engineering technique to turn off a gene that regulates cholesterol levels in adult mice.
Skin patch to shrink unwanted fat works on mice
Imagine using a medicated skin patch to burn off areas of unwanted fat, including those ‘love handles.’
Mice born to stressed mothers are more likely to binge eat
New research suggested binge eating behavior is partially inherited. In lab tests, scientists found mice born to stressed mothers were more likely to display binge eating behaviors later in life.
Transplanted stem cells become eggs in sterile mice
With an assist, an old mouse might be able to make new eggs.
Scratching is catching in mice
Catch sight of someone scratching and out of nowhere comes an itch, too. Now, it turns out mice suffer the same strange phenomenon.

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