US researchers administered a therapy to Alzheimer’s patient-derived neurons in the lab, eliminating deteriorating cells, leading to positive consequences for the remaining healthy cells.
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US researcher from the University of Houston is the first to report a novel cell therapy process for heart regeneration, that conducts electricity throughout the heart to enable rhythmic heartbeat and repair diseased hearts.
Researchers have identified a protein that, when present in high amounts in breast cancer tumours, is an indicator of whether DNA-damaging therapies will work or not.
US researchers showed that the protein: GRP78, implicated in COVID-19 and cancers, is effected by the new drug HA15.
US researchers have utilised a cancer immunotherapy technique, CAR-T cell method to effectively eliminate SARS-CoV-2 virus pre- and post-infection in vitro.
US researchers have identified a protein that interacts and enhances the spread of neurotoxic species of tau, which is primarily found in neurons that appear abnormal in the brains of Alzheimer’s disease patients.
US researchers have uncovered the uncapped potential that gut-friendly bacteria has for improving treatments of inflammatory bowel disease (IBD).
A UNIGE team reveals that a drug used against herpes can fight a bacterium that is resistant to most antibiotics by weakening its defence mechanisms.
UCL researchers have developed a possible new treatment for neurological and psychiatric diseases, that works by reducing the excitability of overactive brain cells.
US scientists have found strong evidence for testing VCU-manufactured drugs in liver cancer.
UPF and John Hopkins scientists have discovered how cancer cells exposed to high viscosity environments change their movements to improve their invasiveness and favour metastases.
Spanish researchers have discovered that vitamin C may hold the key to improving the efficacy of dendritic cell-derived anticancer therapies.