Sarah Neidler investigates what protein intake is optimal for muscle growth.
Author: Sarah Neidler
Sarah Neidler gives us a taste of how the inhabitants of Ikaria are renowned for their longevity.
Sarah Neidler has a closer look at curcumin’s biomedical properties and explains why it may not be suitable as a therapeutic agent – although often called a wonder drug.
Sarah Neidler explores tumour relapse after initial response to therapy and explains how recent technological developments may help to overcome this problem.
Sarah Neidler looks at the surprising differences in longevity across Europe.
Sarah Neidler discusses an investigation on the effect of a carbohydrate- or fat-restricted diet on body fat loss.
The purpose of gene editing is to repair a defective gene which is responsible for a medical condition. Traditionally, gene therapy involves delivering a gene that is missing or defective to a certain part...
Mammalians have around 25,000 genes, but only 62% of the human genome is transcribed in one or more cell types . Considering this, it’s possible to understand that the performance of a cell is...