2019 Article Archive
UT Southwestern researchers identified a previously unknown bacteria-killing protein on the epidermis that requires the vitamin to work.
A UT Southwestern study suggests why urinary tract infections have such a high recurrence rate in postmenopausal women.
Dr. Joseph S. Takahashi has received an international award for his pioneering work on the molecular and genetic bases of circadian rhythms in mammals.
The protein responsible for the crawling movements of cells also drives the ability of cancer cells to grow when under stress.
Dr. Angela Mihalic, Dean of Medical Students and Associate Dean of Student Affairs, has been selected to receive the 2019 Minnie Stevens Piper Foundation’s Piper Professor Award, a prestigious honor that recognizes outstanding college professors across Texas.
When she turned 48, Lisa James of Arlington, Texas, decided she wanted to make the ultimate gift by donating one of her kidneys to a child she hadn’t met.
The new approach combines DNA sequencing and a chemical analysis called metabolomics to identify mutant genes that cause defective metabolic pathways in patients.
Readmission penalties against hospitals providing care to socioeconomically disadvantaged patients have dropped 14 percentage points under new rules adopted in 2019 that more equitably account for low income populations being served.
Geneticists have adapted CRISPR technology to correct Duchenne muscular dystrophy mutations (DMD).
Researchers learn how ‘bad cholesterol’ enters artery walls in condition linked to world’s No. 1 killer
UT Southwestern researchers have determined how circulating “bad cholesterol” enters artery walls to cause the plaque that narrows the blood vessels and leads to heart attacks and strokes.