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The Immune System – News and Features

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Researchers Discover Pattern of Gene Activity that can Predict Liver Cancer Spread

Researchers found that metastasis-specific profile included gene activities responsible for increased production of certain cytokines.
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Med BioGene Reports Pre-Clinical Results of its Diagnostic Lymphoma DNA Bioarray

The study suggest that MBI's Diagnostic Lymphoma Bioarray differentiated between genes in both the diseased and healthy control samples.
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Discovery in 'Bubble Boy' Disease Gene Therapy

Researchers determine why gene therapy treatment caused leukemia in some severe immune deficiency patients.
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UF Scientists Test Improved Gene Therapy Method for Hereditary Heart Conditions

UF researchers used the approach to reverse symptoms in mice with a form of muscular dystrophy that damages the heart.
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Sigma-Aldrich Expands Lentiviral shRNA Gene Family Sets

The MISSION™ TRC shRNA Human Kinases Gene Family is the second in a series of shRNA target sets that allows for RNAi cell-based screens in mammalian systems.
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Shanghai Genomics Announces Collaboration on Drug Discovery Project

Shanghai Genomics adds Centocor to a growing list of international research partners.
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Duke Scientists Discover key to Growing new Stem Cells

The discovery may enable scientists to grow stem cells and transplant them into patients.
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NHGRI Announces Latest Sequencing Targets

Comparing the genomes of other species to humans is a tool to help researchers understand the working parts of the human genome.
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Researchers Discover way to Develop T-cells From Human Embryonic Stem Cells

Study raises hopes for a gene therapy to combat AIDS.
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Laureate and Iconic Announce Immunoprotein Manufacturing Agreement

Laureate to cGMP manufacture hI-con1 protein to be used by Iconic in clinical trials for treatment of macular degeneration and cancer.
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