Massachusetts General Hospital, (Mass General) was established in 1811 in Boson, Massachusetts. Mass Geneeral is the teaching hospital for Harvard. MGH is part of the large medical science research and patient care complex that is consistently rated in the top 10 of teaching hospitals in the USA. MGH is noted for its work in endocrinology, cancer, digestive disorders, neurosurgery, and recently made signiificant break through in organ transplant rejection research.

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Study reveals new clues about the architecture of X chromosomes

Researchers at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) have uncovered new clues that add to the growing understanding of how female mammals, including humans, 'silence' one X chromosome. Their new study, published in Molecular ...

Researchers create bioluminescent tag to detect DNA break repair

A new bioluminescent reporter that tracks DNA double stranded break (DSB) repair in cells has been developed by researchers from Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) and the Academia Sinica in Taiwan. The international team's ...

Researchers identify key steps in development of kidneys

The discovery of how certain key structures in the kidneys are formed could have important implications for treating renal fibrosis (or scarring), a feature of chronic kidney disease (CKD), according to a new study by a researcher ...

Researchers identify new 'universal' target for antiviral treatment

As the coronavirus outbreak shows, viruses are a constant threat to humanity. Vaccines are regularly developed and deployed against specific viruses, but that process takes a lot of time, doesn't help everyone who needs protection, ...

Study reveals a role for jumping genes during times of stress

Only 1 percent of human DNA codes for proteins, and approximately half of the rest of the genome is made up of what used to be called "junk" sequences that can copy themselves into RNA or DNA and jump from one location to ...

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