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Immune cells called ‘natural killer’ (NK) cells could be a powerful weapon for fighting lung cancer, according to Melbourne researchers.

2 September 2020
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An extensive search and testing of current drugs and drug-like compounds has revealed compounds previously developed to fight SARS might also work against COVID-19.

26 August 2020
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Low socioeconomic families – and particularly women – experienced increased financial hardship, food insecurity, domestic violence and mental health challenges during COVID-19 lockdown measures in Bangladesh, a new research study shows.

26 August 2020
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A new iron intervention study has determined which of the world’s low-and-middle income countries would benefit from using iron-containing micronutrient powders to tackle childhood anaemia.

4 August 2020
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Melbourne researchers have revealed the multiple, intertwined cell death systems that prevent the spread of the ‘intracellular’ bacterium Salmonella.

31 July 2020
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Institute researchers have developed a fast, new test for infections and infectious diseases that could transform Australia’s ability to provide targeted clinical care and respond to pandemics and biosecurity threats.

1 July 2020
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Our researchers have made significant advances in understanding the inflammatory cell death regulatory protein MLKL and its role in disease.

19 June 2020
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Structural biology has been used to ‘map’ part of a protein called SMCHD1, explaining how some changes in SMCHD1 cause certain developmental and degenerative conditions.

17 June 2020
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Blood cancer researcher and haematologist Professor Andrew Roberts has been appointed a Member of the Order of Australia (AM) in the 2020 Queen’s Birthday Honours.

8 June 2020
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The Australian Government will invest $3M in Walter and Eliza Hall Institute research programs that are developing new classes of medicines for COVID-19.

2 June 2020

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