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10 Oct 2016 - 12 Oct 2016
12 Nov 2016 - 16 Nov 2016

Genomics/Proteomics

Image: Three-dimensional (3D) bioengineered lung-like tissue (left) resembles adult human lung (right) (Photo courtesy of UCLA).

3D Bioengineering Generates Lung Tissue for Personalized Disease Modeling

Lung disease researchers have developed a novel three-dimensional (3D) culture method for transforming stem cells into lung-like tissue that can be used to study diseases including idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis (IPF), which has traditionally been difficult to study using conventional methods. More...
28 Sep 2016
Image: The structure of the VCP protein (Photo courtesy of Wikimedia Commons).

Protein Linked to Destruction of Mitochondria in Huntington's Disease

Researchers studying the molecular mechanisms involved in Huntington's disease (HD) have identified a protein that binds to mutant huntingtin protein in the mitochondria of neurons, which results in destruction of the mitochondria and death of the nerve cells. More...
28 Sep 2016
Image: The structure of the SET protein (Photo courtesy of Wikimedia Commons).

Reactivation of p53 Shrinks Tumors in Mouse Model

Blocking a protein that inhibits lysine acetylation reversed the inactivation of the p53 protein and resulted in shrinkage of tumors in a mouse xenograft model. More...
27 Sep 2016
Image: Neuromuscular tissue engineering: hiNSCs (red) grown in co-culture with skeletal muscle (green), with cell nuclei visualized by blue DAPI staining (Photo courtesy of Dr. Dana M. Cairns, Tufts University).

New Approach Yields Stable Neural Stem Cell Lines for Neuroscience Research

A team of neurosciences researchers developed a faster and more stable technique for establishing stable human induced neural stem cell (hiNSC) lines through the direct reprogramming of neonatal fibroblasts and adult adipose-derived stem cells. More...
27 Sep 2016
Image: Scientists developed nanoparticles for targeted delivery of chemotherapy. When combined with other cancer treatments, it eradicated tumors in rodents in a recent study (Photo courtesy of Dr. Cecil Fox via Wikimedia Commons).

Light-Activated Nanoparticles Kill Primary Tumors and Distant Metastases

A novel type of nanoparticle carries two anticancer drugs to attack colorectal cancer while simultaneously recruiting and activating T-cells to fight the tumors. More...
27 Sep 2016
Image: A digitally colorized scanning electron micrograph (SEM) showing a blue-colored human neutrophil interacting with two pink-colored, rod-shaped Klebsiella pneumoniae bacteria (Photo courtesy of the NIAID).

Siderophores Induce Pneumonia-Promoting Changes in Lung Tissue

Siderophores, which are small, high-affinity iron chelating compounds secreted by some types of microorganisms, were found to act directly on the host to induce inflammatory cytokines and to aid in bacterial dissemination. More...
26 Sep 2016
Image: Lung cancer cells (Photo courtesy of SPL).

Novel Class of Nanoparticle Drug Transporters Selectively Target Lung Cancer Cells

A novel class of nanoparticles is able to deliver siRNA-based drugs selectively to lung cancer cells without harming normal cells. More...
26 Sep 2016


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