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To the Depths of Drug Discovery

Natural products have been harnessed for their therapeutic properties throughout the history of medicine. Land-dwelling – or terrestrial organisms – have naturally dominated the focus of scientists wanting to access nature’s pharmacopeia. But an untapped resource of natural products, large in size and potential, was close by – we just couldn’t access it.
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Inside a Ketamine Clinic: On the Frontiers of Psychedelic Therapy

The first psychedelic psychotherapy clinic in London opened this spring, offering clients a combination of therapy and injections with ketamine. As the hype around psychedelic therpeutics increases, we take a look inside the clinic and discover the complex promise of this new frontier of mental health treatment.
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Principal Tools Uncovering Complexities of Novel Drug Target Discovery

In this article, Dr. Kenneth Oh discusses how a comprehensive qPCR–western blot–multiplex assay workflow can revolutionize drug discovery approaches.
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Cell Culture Quality Control: The Key to Reproducibility

This article will outline four main aspects of QC in cell culture and describe what they are and why we should carry them out.
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Teach Me in 10 Industry

Our Teach Me in 10 episodes are either technology, product or service focused. We invite you to explore the further reading and resources provided in the video description if you want to learn more about the content shared in the video – it's as easy as that.
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Skin Cancer Cells Depend on Alzheimer’s Protein To “Take Root” in the Brain

Researchers from NYU Grossman School of Medicine have discovered that skin cancer cells rely on amyloid beta (Aβ) to survive and thrive once they have metastasized to the brain.
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The Placebo Response ‒ A Powerful Phenomenon

In a recent interview, Technology Networks had the pleasure of speaking with Professor Ted J. Kaptchuk, leading figure in placebo studies and a scholar of East Asian medicine, about the importance of humanistic dimensions of care, what is currently known about the neurobiology and genetics of placebo effects, open-label placebo studies and ethical use of placebos in clinical practice.
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Sequencing Life on Earth, One Eukaryote at a Time

The Earth BioGenome Project (EBP), described as a “moonshot” project for biology, aims to sequence, catalog and characterize the genomes of the 1.8 million named eukaryotes on Earth, in just 10 years. Technology Networks spoke to the scientists leading the project to learn about its progress and how it will help the Earth's biodiversity crisis.
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Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation: A Different Approach for Mental Disorders

Discover how transcranial magnetic stimulation is gaining traction and acceptance as an effective therapy for treatment-resistant depression due to its high efficacy and safety.
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Do Our Brains Replay Our Most Important Memories as We Die?

In February 2022, an unusual medical case report recorded for the first time the brain activity of a patient before, during and after a cardiac arrest. The study’s authors hypothesized that the brain activity might be indicative of a “last recall” of a life’s memories.
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