US researchers have developed an antisperm monoclonal antibody that could become a safe and effective birth control method.
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Researchers have identified 38 drugs that could be repurposed to treat COVID-19 through a strategy involving virtual screening and cell-based assays.
US researchers have identified potential new treatment targets for Alzheimer’s disease, as well as existing drugs that could be used against these targets.
Scientists have used nanotechnology to develop personalised tumour vaccines which prevented cancer recurrence and metastasis challenges in mouse models.
A team in Switzerland have demonstrated how artificial intelligence could be used in the search for new pharmaceutical agents.
Researchers in Australia have discovered a new site on the COVID-19 Spike protein that could be targeted by an anticoagulant drug.
A metabolic control pathway that regulates T follicular helper cells could enhance vaccine effectiveness, including those that protect against COVID-19.
The activation of the protein p53 was shown to boost immune responses against cancer tumours in mice in a new study, potentially widening access to immunotherapy.
Scientists have presented a new method for generating the metabolic profiles of cells which could answer questions on conditions such as cancer and liver disease.
Portuguese researchers propose targeting senescent cells in zebrafish and mammals could lead to developments in human spinal cord injury repair.
Researchers at UT Southwestern have invented a novel microscopy method that could open new avenues of advanced microscopy.
Researchers in Japan propose that the antimalarial drug mefloquine could be repurposed to effectively treat SARS-CoV-2.
New research by US institutions in pigs shows that knocking down a particular signalling pathway after heart failure renews heart tissue.
Researchers have published a step-by-step protocol on how to produce millions of mature human cells in a chimeric mouse embryo.
Drug analysis at the Francis Crick Institute and University of Dundee has revealed 15 potential antivirals that could lead to new COVID-19 treatments.