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Biomarkers – News and Features

Omid Farokhzad, chair and CEO at Seer.
Industry Insight

Pushing the Boundaries of Biological Discovery in Proteomics

Dr. Omid Farokhzad, chair and CEO at Seer, discusses how to achieve deep, unbiased and scalable analysis of the proteome at speed at ASMS 2024.
Cancer cells.
News

Protein Engineering Approaches Offer Hope for Cancer Therapies

While cancer treatments have seen large improvements over the last decades, researchers are still laser-focused on developing strategies to defeat cancers, especially those that have been resistant to traditional interventions.
Small round white pills on a blue background.
News

Longer COVID Drug Regimen Is Safe, But Adds No Clear Benefit for Long COVID

An antiviral drug combination has been shown to be safe as an extended-duration treatment for COVID-19 but offers no benefit against long COVID.
A scientist places test tubes containing blood into a test tube rack.
News

Patients With Schizophrenia Are Three Times More Likely To Have Bartonella DNA in Their Blood

A new study has found that patients diagnosed with schizophrenia or another psychotic disorder are three times more likely to have Bartonella DNA in their blood.
Cancer cells.
News

New Brain Tumor Therapy Helps Immune System Recognize Cancer Cells

In a major advance for the treatment of the deadly brain cancer glioblastoma, scientists used ultrasound technology to penetrate the blood-brain barrier and provide a small dose of a chemotherapy and immunotherapy drug cocktail.
Neurons degenerating.
News

Long-Read Sequencing Identifies RNA Isoforms in Alzheimer’s Patients

Researchers at the University of Kentucky Sanders-Brown Center on Aging are working to develop a pre-symptomatic disease diagnostic tool for Alzheimer’s disease.
Neurons that look like cobwebs.
News

Stress Disrupts the Brain's Defense Against Dementia

While mentally stimulating activities and life experiences can improve cognition in memory clinic patients, stress undermines this beneficial relationship. This is according to a new study from Karolinska Institutet.
Red and white blood cells in a blood vessel.
News

White Blood Cell “Nets” Signal Major Immunotherapy Complication

A study from the University of Michigan Health reveals a connection between the most common type of white blood cells, which act as a first defense in the body’s immune system, and a severe complication of CAR T-Cell immunotherapy.
DNA double helix with 5mC and 5hmC methylation modifications indicated.
Industry Insight

Picking Apart the Epigenome To Advance Cancer Research

Both genetic and epigenetic sample information is required to get the full picture. Six-base genome sequencing enables this without need of multiple techniques, laborious downstream data processing or data loss, and cancer research is benefiting.
Female scientist tapping on a digital tablet performing pharmaceutical industry research and data analysis
Industry Insight

Collaborative AI Partnership Hopes To Shape the Future of Drug Discovery

Sanofi, Formation Bio and OpenAI are collaborating to build AI-powered software to accelerate drug development. The three teams will combine data, software and tuned models to develop custom, purpose-built solutions for drug discovery.
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