Skin Research Institute of Singapore (SRIS)
A genetic cause for anencephaly, a common neural tube defect found in developing fetuses, has been identified for the first time.
Differences in the skin microbiome could reveal clues as to why some cases of atopic dermatitis are more severe than others.
A microRNA called miR-355 has been identified as the key regulator of skin cell differentiation in patients with atopic dermatitis.
Researchers at A*STAR have discovered how a class of small proteins is essential for metabolism.
Using magnets, scientists have developed an innovative pressure-based technique that represents a new frontier in needle-free drug delivery.
A new generation of smart dressings could help to guard against the danger of wounds that do not heal.
A*STAR scientists have uncovered a novel surface marker that identifies stem cells and potential cancer stem cells in the distal stomach.
A*STAR scientists have identified a microRNA that can potentially be targeted for the treatment of triple-negative breast cancer.
A*STAR scientists have identified stem cells required for successful embryo implantation during pregnancy.
Nicotinamide, a form of vitamin B3, regulates the metabolism of skin stem cells to delay cellular aging.
Researchers at A*STAR have combined two superresolution microscopy techniques to observe structural protein dynamics inside cells.
While no single mouse model replicates the entire spectrum of eczema in humans, collectively they provide valuable clues into how specific aspects of the disease arise.