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Life Technologies Signs Licensing Agreement with Suzhou Ribo Life Sciences
Agreement formed for the development of potent siRNA therapeutics in China.
Researchers Track Cardiac Regeneration on Cellular Level
New study visually monitored the dynamic cellular events that take place when cardiac regeneration occurs in zebrafish after cardiac ventricular injury.
UCSF Steps Forward to Lead Advances in Precision Medicine
The world’s foremost thinkers, creators and innovators convened last month to identify new approaches and spur action to make medicine more predictive, preventive and precise.
Early-life Air Pollution Linked with Childhood Asthma in Minorities, in Study
Research by UCSF team indicates that traffic-related pollution might be a cause.
Expelled DNA that Traps Toxins May Backfire in Obese
The body’s most powerful immune cells may have a radical way of catching their prey that could backfire on people who are overweight.
Developing Cancer Drugs
Researchers find therapeutic potential in ‘undruggable’ target.
Memory-Boosting Chemical Is Identified in Brains of Mice
UCSF cell biologists find molecule targets a key biological pathway.
Aspirin May Fight Cancer by Slowing DNA Damage
UCSF-led study of patients with pre-cancerous conditions probed NSAID effects on mutation rate.
Key Protein is Linked to Circadian Clocks, Helps Regulate Metabolism
Study sheds light on molecular basis for metabolic health and disease.
Yale Research Projects Exploring New Uses for Failed Drugs get NIH Funding
Two Yale School of Medicine research programs are among nine nationally to receive grants under a new federal program.
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