Investigators at the Cleveland Clinic are exploring the possibility that blocking “creeping fat” may help to reduce stricture formation in Crohn’s disease.
Examining Smooth Muscle Hyperplasia in Crohn’s Disease
Are immune cells really the central players in the development of intestinal strictures in patients with Crohn’s disease? A cross-departmental team received a new Co-Laboratories Award to investigate another hypothesis.
Proteomic Signatures Help Illuminate Links Between Sleep Apnea, Paroxysmal Afib
Cleveland Clinic researchers have identified biomarkers that might ultimately serve as tools for diagnostics and monitoring — or even as therapeutic targets — in patients with these concurrent conditions.
A Boost for Efforts to Uncover Functional Genomics of Afib
Cleveland Clinic researchers explain how they’ll use a new $3.1 million NHLBI grant to create and manipulate cardiac myocytes to better understand risk variants in genes linked to atrial fibrillation.
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