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DALLAS - March 18, 2004 - More than a decade of work conducted by UT Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas researchers has led to a better understanding of the underlying causes of lipodystrophies - disorders characterized by the selective loss of fat Read More
DALLAS - March 15, 2004 - Researchers at UT Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas have uncovered a link between two cyst-forming diseases that affect the kidneys, a finding that could lead to treatments for both a rare form of diabetes and a common kid Read More
DALLAS - March 15, 2004 - Researchers at UT Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas have discovered a potentially new avenue for treating human narcolepsy, and the work may also lead to more effective ways for insomniacs to boost their wakefulness during Read More
Researchers at UT Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas have discovered a major mechanism to explain normal and abnormal smooth muscle growth, a finding that could help in the development of novel therapeutics for disorders like hypertension and asthma. Read More
DALLAS - March 9, 2004 - A widespread lack of public awareness about stroke prevents the delivery of leading-edge therapies and hampers the efforts of researchers to test the next generation of clot-busting drugs, said Dr. Hal Unwin, associate professo Read More
DALLAS - March 8, 2004 - Light Biology Inc., a startup biotech company based on technology developed at UT Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas, has been acquired by NimbleGen Systems Inc. of Madison, Wis.Light Biology was formed in the late Read More
DALLAS - March 2, 2004 - A tiny electric wire deep in Carlene Morehead's brain constantly sends signals that tame overactive neurons, restoring her ability to walk, talk and enjoy time with her family.Mrs. Morehead, 67, has had Parkinson's dis Read More
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