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Team Develops Transcription Factor Library for Cell Engineering
News   Dec 01, 2020

Scientists have discovered a way to extract large amounts of cells at a fast rate, using transcription factors.

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Experimental Vaccine Protects Monkeys Against CCHFV
News   Dec 01, 2020

New research has been published which investigates the development of a vaccine for CCHFV, 3 years after a similar study was released, for which treatments and vaccines are lacking.

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Researchers Edit Out an HIV-Like Virus From the Primate Genome
News   Dec 01, 2020

New research has brought scientists closer to curing HIV. SIV, a close relative of the virus has been successfully 'edited out' of infected cells in non-human primates.

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Inhibition of PDK1 Can Reverse Cellular Senescence
News   Dec 01, 2020

Research findings by a KAIST team provide insight into the complex mechanism of cellular senescence and present a potential therapeutic strategy for reducing age-related diseases associated with the accumulation of senescent cells.

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Leveraging the Mechanical Force of T Cells To Fight Cancer
News   Dec 01, 2020

New research investigates how immunotherapy can be used to treat tumor cells without causing unnecessary damage to the human body itself.

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Artificial Intelligence Cracks a 50-Year-Old Problem in Protein Biology
News   Nov 30, 2020

The UK-based company DeepMind has arguably solved one of the greatest challenges that biology has faced for several decades – the "protein folding problem" – using an AI system known as AlphaFold.

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Risk of Pre-Eclampsia Related to Blood Pressure and BMI
News   Nov 30, 2020

New research has revealed that the genetic risk of pre-eclampsia is related to blood pressure and body mass index.

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“Molecular Clock” Blood Test Could Be Used To Track Metastatic Breast Cancer
News   Nov 30, 2020

A blood test to watch breast cancer’s "molecular clock" could help track the growth of multiple tumors around the body.

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A Mother’s Touch Lingers in Her Child’s DNA
News   Nov 27, 2020

Mothers leave their mark on their children in many ways - and Australian researchers have discovered a protein called SMCHD1 is involved in this 'imprinting' process.

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Model Designed To Predict Cellular Drug Targets Against COVID-19
News   Nov 27, 2020

A computational model of a human lung cell has been used to understand how SARS-CoV-2 draws on human host cell metabolism to reproduce.

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