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Microarray Gene Expression Approach May Help Predict Cancer Patient Survival

A new predictive genetic tool is being developed that could help cancer patients and their physicians decide whether follow-up treatments are likely to help.  More...
14 Apr 2014
Image: The TheraCyte cell encapsulation device (Photo courtesy of TheraCyte, Inc.).

Encapsulated Human-Insulin-Producing Progenitor Cells Cure Diabetes in Mouse Model

A breakthrough system that allows subcutaneous implantation of encapsulated immature pancreatic cells was shown to produce enough insulin to correct the symptoms of diabetes in a mouse model.  More...
08 Apr 2014

Big Data’s Direct Coupling Analysis Reveals Clues About Molecular Protease Machines

Researchers have merged genetic and structural data in a Big Data attempt to solve one of the most fascinating mysteries in biology: how proteins perform the regulatory processes in cells upon which all life depends.  More...
07 Apr 2014

Chitosan Treatment Clears the Way for Antibiotics to Eliminate Recurrent Urinary Tract Infections

Recurrent urinary tract infection was successfully resolved in a mouse model by treatment with the exfoliant chitosan followed by a round of antibiotics.  More...
06 Apr 2014

Transforming Methylated Nucleic Acids into Prostate Tumor Biomarkers

High quality oligonucleoside reagents and detection kits are facilitating research on methylated DNA and its relation to the molecular mechanisms that drive development of prostate cancer.  More...
06 Apr 2014

Fruit Fly Study Leads to New Understanding of How mRNA Regulates Gene Expression

A study on heat sensitivity in fruit flies has led to a new understanding of how gene expression is regulated by mRNAs in a fashion that is independent of both DNA and protein.  More...
02 Apr 2014
Image: Acute myeloid leukemia cells presenting anomalies in standard growth conditions (top). Acute myeloid leukemia cells preserving their leukemic cell features following in vitro culture with the two chemical molecules referred to in the study (below) (Photo courtesy of the Université de Montréal).

New Culture Technique Will Promote the Study of Leukemic Stem Cells

A multidisciplinary team of cancer researchers has developed a method for maintaining leukemic stem cells in culture, which will aid in the study of this class of cancer cells and the development of new drugs.  More...
02 Apr 2014

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