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regenerative medicine

Addressing the key translational challenges of regenerative medicine

Sophie Mountcastle, Science Manager of the UK Regenerative Medicine Platform, describes the current regenerative medicine landscape in the UK.
long-period space flight

Analysing the effects of long-period space flight on cardiac atrophy

Novel research conducted on mouse models may help to combat cardiac atrophy experienced by astronauts during long-period space flight.
machine learning algorithms

Identifying natural product medications with machine learning algorithms

Machine learning algorithms will potentially advance the search for natural product drugs for cancers, viral infections, and other conditions.
Automating production of pharmaceutical compounds

Automating production of pharmaceutical compounds

Researchers at the National University of Singapore (NUS) have developed a unique method to automate the production of pharmaceutical compounds.
Mycoplasma mobile

Enhancing nanoscale devices through Mycoplasma mobile analysis

In the first discovery of its kind, scientists have identified the gliding machinery of the bacterium Mycoplasma mobile.
aggressive childhood cancer

Novel new therapy could treat aggressive childhood cancer

Researchers at the Children’s Cancer Institute have discovered a combination of therapies that appear highly effective at combatting neuroblastoma and other forms of aggressive childhood cancer.

Bacterial outer membrane vesicles: enhancing antibiotic research

Dr Johannes Thoma and Dr Björn Burmann discuss their work using OMVs to potentially gain new insight into antibiotic resistance mechanisms.
New algorithm for the diagnostics of dementia

New algorithm for the diagnostics of dementia

An international research team has developed a new algorithm based on blood and cerebrospinal fluid biomarker measurements for the diagnostics of dementia.

Developing solutions to combat antibiotic resistant bacteria

Proteon Pharmaceuticals SA has established the Phage Development Platform, which is providing novel solutions to antibiotic resistance.
insulin therapy

A once-a-week insulin therapy may restructure Type 2 diabetes treatment

A new clinical trial has suggested that a novel once-a-week insulin therapy could replace conventional Type 2 diabetes treatment.

A flexible approach to bioimplants

New kind of bioimplants are being developed by the Department of Automatic Control and Systems Engineering at Sheffield University.
Technology and mindset for quantification will lead success in cell manufacturing

Technology and mindset for quantification will lead success in cell manufacturing

Drs Kei Kanie and Ryuji Kato from Nagoya University are trying to break open the data-driven cell culture process development concept to ensure that the future of cell manufacturing will promise quality cell therapy products.

Osteoclasts and their role in musculoskeletal disease

Dr Salber of Hospital of the RUHR-University Bochum discussess how osteoclasts have a role as cells responsible for the resorption of bone.
androgens in breast cancer treatment

Study reveals positive role of androgens in breast cancer treatment

New evidence about the positive role of androgens in breast cancer treatment has been discovered by researchers at the University of Adelaide.
proton pump inhibitors

3D computer simulations identify how proton pump inhibitors can increase dementia risk

Researchers at Karolinska Institutet report that the long-term use of proton pump inhibitors could increase the risk of developing dementia.
Reducing the spread of multidrug-resistant bacteria

Reducing the spread of multidrug-resistant bacteria

The University of Jaén analyse the evolution of antibiotic resistance and the challenges posed by multidrug-resistant bacteria.
Antimicrobial resistance in aquaculture

Antimicrobial resistance in aquaculture could become an urgent crisis by 2030

According to Daniel Schar of the Free University of Brussels, Belgium, antimicrobial resistance in aquaculture is a growing cause for concern.
in vitro research

REVIVO BioSystems: transforming the in vitro research market

Revivo Biosystems’ organ-on-a-chip platforms enables future targeted developments for the chemical and personal care, transforming in vitro research.
childhood sarcoma

Common anti-depressant could treat patients with childhood sarcoma

A new study has found that a common anti-depressant may stop the spread of childhood sarcoma in mice and laboratory cell experiments.
shells of crustaceans

Scientists manufacture Parkinson’s drug using the shells of crustaceans

Researchers from the National University of Singapore (NUS) have developed a novel method of turning the shells of crustaceans into drugs to treat Parkinson’s...

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