After viral pneumonia in elderly mice, there is an accumulation of dysfunctional tissue-resident memory T cells in the lungs which scientists suggest may drive chronic inflammation and fibrosis.
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According to a new study, the SARS-CoV-2 virus is accumulating genetic mutations, including one called D614G which may have made it more contagious.
Hannah Balfour explores how genetic variation in G-protein-coupled receptors (GPCRs) and the proteins that regulate the duration of G protein signalling could be contributing to disease and people’s divergent responses to the same therapeutics.
Study reveals which neurons are most affected by epilepsy, presenting novel targets for seizure drug discovery and development.
8 October 2020 | By SPT Labtech
In this on-demand webinar, we explored the various methods of COVID-19 testing: qPCR, COVID-seq, antigen and antibody detection, and others. Coupling these assays with low volume, high speed automation has made great strides toward achieving the high-throughput testing essential to ending this pandemic.
New findings suggest that late-onset Alzheimer's Disease (AD) is driven by epigenetic changes in the brain.
There are currently no licenced pharmaceuticals to treat cocaine addiction. To overcome this issue, US researchers at the University of Alabama at Birmingham have been exploring how cocaine alters transcription in the nucleus accumbens, a region of the brain implicated in compulsive drug use. Here, Hannah Balfour discusses with Dr…
Genomics England has launched a next-generation genomic research platform that will play a key role in the response to COVID-19. It is hoped this research environment will transform how genomic data is made usable for global biopharma and academic scientists, providing world‑class patient data security, while enabling the flexibility required…
Scientists observed that different cancers undergo the same genetic mutations at similar stages of evolution, the findings could become part of an ‘evolutionary rule book’ which would theoretically enable the prediction and prevention of cancer’s next evolutionary move.
Using TEMPEST®, St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital were able to rapidly screen a focused compound library for early cancer drug candidates in an AlphaLISA® assay.
Researchers have sequenced SARS-CoV-2, revealing at least six strains with little variability, useful information for vaccine developers.
Researchers capitalised on novel sequencing technologies to produce the first end-to-end DNA sequence of the X chromosome.