COVID-19 UPDATES • 9/10/2021
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The program – a partnership between UB Dental and the Eighth District Dental Society – will provide free dental care to nearly 200 Western New York veterans.
Although mitochondrial dysfunction in neurons may be an early sign of Alzheimer’s disease, the underlying molecular mechanisms remain a mystery.
The research could help lead to treatments for atherosclerosis, osteoporosis and other age-related disorders.
First-degree relatives 6 times more likely to be diagnosed with colon cancer before age 50, while second-degree relatives are 3 times more likely and third-degree relatives 1.56 times more likely.
The findings lay the groundwork for improving the success of medical and dental implants.
A UB team has developed a new model of how information in the genome is organized, called the novel genome archipelago model (GAM).
The Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology in the Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences is leading an effort to promote vaccination among pregnant women in Western New York.
Diclofenac and other NSAIDs may limit the passage of narcolepsy medication and illicit party drug GHB to the brain, decreasing the potential for fatal overdose, UB researchers find.
Twelve University at Buffalo family medicine residents are providing patient care at Jericho Road Community Health Center’s new family medicine clinic at 182 Breckenridge St. on Buffalo’s West Side.
Scientists explore how alpha-synuclein impacts the health of mitochondria, organelles that produce most of a cell’s energy.
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