This article highlights a new approach to address human genetics, using STING-seq which provides roadmap to identify variants and genes, enabling deeper understanding of the noncoding genome and targets for therapies
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Swedish researchers unveiled a new cancer protein profile database compiled from artificial intelligence and machine learning.
New dendritic hydrogels were tested against several infectious bacteria and could be used as an an antibiotic-free treatment in the future.
By silencing genes, researchers have increased the protein production in yeast, laying the grounds for engineering better yeast production hosts for industries producing biopharmaceutical proteins and industrial enzymes.
For nearly two decades researchers have sought a way to target an oestrogen receptor in the hope they could improve breast cancer survival, but an article contends that the effort may never pan out.
A new research programme has been launched to produce all the human secreted proteins in mammalian cell factories. The programme aims to facilitate studies of this important class of proteins, which are involved in many human diseases.
7 November 2016 | By Niamh Louise Marriott, Digital Content Producer
The fibre optics research at KTH covers everything from bio-implants via medical sensors to solar cells and the researchers aim to have developed several...
3 November 2016 | By Niamh Louise Marriott, Digital Content Producer
A recent investment of €3.3 million will allow researchers to improve the detail of medical imaging ten times over, which will allow for tumour scanning...