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12 Nov 2016 - 16 Nov 2016
16 Nov 2016 - 19 Nov 2016


Dendrimer-Transported MicroRNA Shown Effective in Treating Mice with Late-Stage Liver Cancer

Cancer researchers have used nanocarriers called dendrimers to transport a specific tumor growth-inhibiting microRNA to the livers of mice with late-stage liver cancer.  More...
10 Feb 2016

Novel Copper Therapy Cures ALS Mouse Model

Selective delivery of copper to the central nervous system effectively treats the motor neuron disease amyotrophic lateral sclerosis in the most widely used mouse model of the disorder.   More...
09 Feb 2016

Potential of Gene Therapy for Treating Hemophilia Demonstrated in Dog Model

A gene therapy approach was shown to cure a form of hemophilia caused by deficiency of the Factor VII coagulation protein in a dog model system.  More...
02 Feb 2016

Cardiac Cell Stimulation Could Provide Natural Pacemaker

A new study reveals that mechanical communication between cells plays an important role in cardiac physiology, and is essential for converting electrical pacing into synchronized beating.   More...
26 Jan 2016

Novel Combination of Nanotechnology and Gene Therapy Repairs Damaged Arterial Walls

Vascular disease researchers have demonstrated the possibility of using a combination of magnetic nanoparticles and virally-transported genes to repair damage and restore function in the walls of arteries following anti-arteriosclerosis treatment.  More...
20 Jan 2016

Successful Cardiac Repair Depends on Maturity of Transplanted Stem Cells

A team of Japanese cells biologists has shown that the likelihood of stem cell therapy successfully repairing damaged heart muscle depends to large extent on the maturity of the stem cells at the time they are transplanted into the damaged organ.  More...
18 Jan 2016

A Bacterial Lifestyle Switch Provides Antibiotic Resistance

Researchers have reported for the first time that following contact with certain antibiotics the pathogenic Bacillus cereus can switch into a special slowed-down mode and form small colony variants that are difficult to diagnose and almost impossible to treat with certain antibiotics.  More...
06 Jan 2016

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