Nathan Seppa's Articles
- NewsThe immune system’s T cells, often evaded by tumors, might now resume the attack.
- How BizarreZoloft and a heart drug keep most mice alive after exposure to Ebola.
- FeatureThe chikungunya virus, which wreaks havoc on joints, has spread via mosquitoes in tropical regions. Now it has found a way to hijack a second mosquito, posing a threat to people in Europe, North America and China.
- NewsA new device threaded up to the brain via catheter can unblock vessels in cerebral arteries, studies show.
- Reviews & PreviewsSpiky hawthorn trees have found many uses despite their unforgiving nature, Bill Vaughn writes in ‘Hawthorn.’
- NewsAnalyzing samples of healthy and tumor tissues could pinpoint which mutations are driving cancer and help develop better-targeted treatments.
- News in BriefA buzz-free extract of marijuana could help epilepsy patients whose seizures resist other treatments.
- News in BriefAn analysis of mutated BRCA genes could someday be used for personalized medicine in the fight against breast and ovarian cancer.
- NewsShots of a growth factor protein reduce cell death in infant mice with heart damage.
- News in BriefAlthough babies born to older mothers face a higher danger of congenital heart defects, exercising moms may offset this added risk, a study in mice shows.