Boris Johnson, the Prime Minister of the UK, has announced a new Global Talent visa for researchers and scientists which will fast track those in certain fields.
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A study identifying transcription factor differences in the hepatic stellate cells of mice with liver fibrosis named PPARγ as a potential target for the condition’s regression and scar resolution therapies.
Induced pluripotent stem cells (iPSCs) have been administered to mice with neuropathic pain to provide lasting relief with no side effects.
The CEPI has announced three respective projects with Inovio, the University of Queensland and Moderna, to develop a vaccine for the novel coronavirus, nCoV-2019.
A study has demonstrated the aggressiveness of cancers is promoted by their ability to store fatty acids in lipid droplets; this discovery could lead to new anti-metastasis therapies.
A key receptor has been examined for the first time at high resolution which could lead to better treatments for conditions such as type 2 diabetes.
A loss-of-function mutation in the Prkd2 gene has been revealed as a driver of T follicular helper cell development which could be useful for vaccine design.
Two possible therapeutic approaches to cause dormant HIV to re-emerge from their latency reservoir could provide new possible avenues to a cure for HIV, says research.
Drugs that were being developed to treat enterovirus have also been found to treat certain cancers in mice.
Mice given a novel drug that targets a key gene involved in lipid and glucose metabolism were able to tolerate a high-fat diet regimen without developing significant liver damage.
Researchers reveal importance of IL-15 in T cell autophagy in the liver, presenting a potential strategy to enhance immunotherapies.
A new technique has been developed which has the potential to harness bacteria to produce billions of different drug candidates to treat diseases like cancer.
Modelling technique that simultaneously evaluates the effects of possible protein mutations on protein-protein interactions implicated in disease, could cut pre-drug screening time, says research.
The G-protein coupled receptor Frizzled, implicated in diseases like cancer, can be targeted with small molecules which could provide the basis for anti-cancer therapeutics, according to researchers.
A new study is the first to describe a novel pharmacological chaperone that is capable of preventing Alzheimer's disease in mice.