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Consumption of soya not linked to increased risk of gout           

The latest study by Duke-NUS Graduate Medical School revealed that those who ate the most soya products were in fact at lower risk of gout than those who consumed less.


Discovery of mutated gene poses new possibility to XFS treatment

GIS and SNEC scientists, together with international collaborators, have discovered a gene mutation that plays a part in a rare form of glaucoma here.


Brown adipose tissue may be regulated to fight obesity

A Duke-NUS team created a catalogue of long non-coding Ribonucleic acid (RNA) in mouse adipose tissues, thereby identifying a specific long non-coding RNA without which the brown fat cell cannot develop properly.


SGH study on diabetes in younger patients

Patients 40 years and below found to manage diabetes less well than older patients.


Research TDF now open for applications

Qualifying SingHealth staff can now apply for financial support to attend short local and overseas research-related training held from October 2015 to March 2016.


Way paved for effective vaccine for dengue virus

Dengue-infected cells can be destroyed and prevented from multiplying by a type of white blood cell called T lymphocyte (T cell), a team from the Duke-NUS and National University Singapore Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine has found.