New software can make protein molecules that bind with high affinity and specificity to many biomarkers, including human hormones.
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Research from the University of Copenhagen reveals how Deep Brain Stimulation treatment of walking problems in Parkinson’s disease could be optimised by targeting specific neurons in the brainstem.
Researchers have created an algorithm that can predict the efficiencies of guide RNAs for CRISPR, potentially making it more precise.
A synthetic cannabinoid has shown promise as a treatment for involuntary tremors by activating astrocytes in mouse models.
A team has developed a new way to discover peptide therapeutics that inhibit HDAC enzymes and are effective against cancer.
Scientists have found that the RFWD3 protein could play a role in recruiting DNA key repair and signalling factors, impacting chemotherapy.
Researchers have developed a novel insulin molecule that responds to glucose levels in the blood sugar of rats, which they say could help patients with type 1 diabetes.
Study reveals which neurons are most affected by epilepsy, presenting novel targets for seizure drug discovery and development.
A study has shown that plasmids use type IV CRISPR-Cas against competing plasmids, leading the researchers to suggest the method as a novel way to tackle multi-drug resistant bacteria.
A new method has been invented that boosts the mapping of heparan sulfates and which the researchers say could be widely used for drug discovery.
Researchers have revealed a new substance that can bind well to serotonin transporters, offering a potential way to lessen the side effects of antidepressant therapies.
A study has revealed five new signalling processes in GPCR receptors on cells that have high therapeutic potential.
The process that bacteria use to defend themselves has been revealed by researchers, who also demonstrated how to activate the process.
A new study shows the ways in which epigenetic mechanisms control the activity of genes and may have an impact on the future treatment of certain cancers.