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05.02.2019
01:00 Google news Sci/TechCRISPR revolutionized gene editing. Now its toolbox is expanding - Los Angeles Times

CRISPR revolutionized gene editing. Now its toolbox is expanding  Los Angeles Times The scientists who developed the revolutionary gene-editing system known as CRISPR are improving it with new tools that make it work better.

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04.02.2019
22:17 Google news Sci/TechCasX enzymes comprise a distinct family of RNA-guided genome editors - Nature.com

CasX enzymes comprise a distinct family of RNA-guided genome editors  Nature.com The RNA-guided CRISPR-associated (Cas) proteins Cas9 and Cas12a provide adaptive immunity against invading nucleic acids, and function as powerful tools ...

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20:47 News-Medical.NetStudy uncovers new clues to lung transplant rejection

A lung transplant often remains the only option for many patients with end-stage lung disease, a condition that can be brought on by emphysema, pulmonary fibrosis, cystic fibrosis and other lung disorders.

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20:36 News-Medical.NetStudy uncovers new clues to lung transplant rejectionc

A lung transplant often remains the only option for many patients with end-stage lung disease, a condition that can be brought on by emphysema, pulmonary fibrosis, cystic fibrosis and other lung disorders.

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19:16 Nature.ComCasX enzymes comprise a distinct family of RNA-guided genome editors

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19:09 Phys.orgRapid gene cloning technique will transform crop disease protection

Researchers have pioneered a new method which allows them to rapidly recruit disease resistance genes from wild plants and transfer them into domestic crops.

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18:43 ScienceDaily.comNew clues discovered to lung transplant rejection

Researchers have discovered clues to a particularly deadly form of rejection that can follow lung transplantation. Called antibody-mediated rejection, the condition remains impervious to available treatments and difficult to diagnose. The researchers have identified, in mice, a process that may prevent the condition and lead to possible therapies to treat it.

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17:54 FierceBiotech.comGenSight’s vision loss gene therapy again fails in phase 3

A phase 3 trial of GenSight Biologics’ Leber hereditary optic neuropathy (LHON) gene therapy has missed its primary endpoint. The AAV gene therapy was no better than placebo at improving vision at 48 weeks, leading GenSight to look to future updates to salvage the study.

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12:23 Technology.orgNFL Longevity: No Need to Act Your Age

There are many ways to frame the forces that shape this Sunday’s Super Bowl – East Coast vs.

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09:59 News-Medical.NetGraphene could hold key to unlock next generation of early lung cancer diagnosis

The wonder-material graphene could hold the key to unlocking the next generation of advanced, early stage lung cancer diagnosis.

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03.02.2019
17:28 CNBC health careTransplanting pig kidneys in human and other futuristic innovations to solve the organ shortage

Every year, over 100,000 Americans wait in "medical purgatory" for an organ transplant, and about 8,000 die on standby. Now researchers, doctors and policymakers are exploring innovative ways to increase the supply of organs to meet demand.

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17:28 CNBC top newsTransplanting pig kidneys in human and other futuristic innovations to solve the organ shortage

Every year, over 100,000 Americans wait in "medical purgatory" for an organ transplant, and about 8,000 die on standby. Now researchers, doctors and policymakers are exploring innovative ways to increase the supply of organs to meet demand.

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17:07 CNBC technologyTransplanting pig kidneys in human and other futuristic innovations to solve the organ shortage

Every year, over 100,000 Americans wait in "medical purgatory" for an organ transplant, and about 8,000 die on standby. Now researchers, doctors and policymakers are exploring innovative ways to increase the supply of organs to meet demand.

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02.02.2019
21:07 ScienceDaily.comDevelopment of brain stem cells into new nerve cells and why this can lead to cancer

Stem cells are true Jacks-of-all-trades of our bodies, as they can turn into the many different cell types of all organs. This allows the tissues to renew and to heal after injury. This amazing multipotency makes stem cells in the adult body key tools for regenerative medicine. Scientists now report how brain stem cells make the decision to transform into new nerve cells.

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21:07 ScienceDaily.comCan the eye help achieve islet transplant tolerance in type 1 diabetes?

Scientists show in experimental and preclinical recipients that islets transplanted in the eye can survive and function long-term without continuous immunosuppression, and, moreover, that initial islet transplants within the eye may lead to long-term peripheral immune tolerance to islets in other transplant sites.

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20:46 ScienceDaily.comGene therapy cassettes improved for muscular dystrophy

Experimental gene therapy cassettes for Duchenne muscular dystrophy have been modified to deliver better performance. The cassettes, which carry the therapy into muscle cells, contain newer versions of a miniaturized treatment gene.

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19:34 WhatReallyHappened.comNew U.S. Experiments Aim To Create Gene-Edited Human Embryos

A scientist in New York is conducting experiments designed to modify DNA in human embryos as a step toward someday preventing inherited diseases, NPR has learned.
For now, the work is confined to a laboratory. But the research, if successful, would mark another step toward turning CRISPR, a powerful form of gene editing, into a tool for medical treatment.
A Chinese scientist sparked international outrage in November when he announced that he had used the same technique to create the world's first gene-edited human babies. He said his goal was to protect them from infection with HIV, a claim that was criticized because there are safe, effective and far less controversial ways of achieving that goal.
In contrast, Dieter Egli, a developmental biologist at Columbia University, says he is conducting his experiments "for research purposes." He wants to determine whether CRISPR can

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19:23 WhatReallyHappened.comBOMBSHELL: Genetic editing via CRISPR may cause widespread cancer, study warns

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06:36 News-Medical.NetTropoelastin protein accelerates growth of stem cells

Stem cells are vital for therapeutic treatments to repair and build human tissue including skin and muscles. Researchers are constantly looking for ways to make stem cells work better, with worldwide demand for the cells far outstripping supply.

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00:06 ScienceDaily.comIntracellular longevity pathway uncovered

Researchers discovered an intracellular pathway that promotes health and longevity in the worm C. elegans.

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01.02.2019
20:14 WhatReallyHappened.comCALIFORNIA BIOCHEMIST SELLS ‘GENE-EDITING KIT’ TO THE MASSES

Technocrat-minded scientists apparently see no problem in spreading gene editing technology to amateurs in order to experiment with nature. Worse, there will be no accountability or oversight.

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18:47 Phys.orgCloning monkeys for research puts humans on a slippery ethical slope

Scientists have many tools at their disposal to study, manipulate and copy genes.

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10:10 News-Medical.NetShort anti-rejection therapy improves survival of transplanted pancreatic islets in diabetic animals

Transplanted pancreatic islets in diabetic animals can survive for a long period of time if the animals are treated with short anti-rejection therapy around the time of the transplant.

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09:06 News-Medical.NetNew research increases options for kidney transplant patients with blood type B

Kidney transplant recipients are now benefiting from donor organs that do not match their blood type but are compatible and just as safe, according to a Vanderbilt University Medical Center study in the Journal of the American College of Surgeons.

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08:34 News-Medical.NetInsilico to present its latest results in AI for Drug Discovery on CXOTalk Show

Insilico Medicine, a Rockville-based company developing the end-to-end drug discovery pipeline utilizing the next generation artificial intelligence, will present its latest results in modern and next-generation AI for Drug Discovery on a live episode of the influential CXOTalk Show on February 8, 2019 at 1:00 PM Eastern time.

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31.01.2019
19:03 Phys.orgResearchers uncover intracellular longevity pathway

The search for clues on how to live healthier, longer lives has led researchers at Baylor College of Medicine to look inside the cells of the worm Caenorhabditis elegans. The researchers report in the journal Developmental Cell the discovery of an intracellular pathway that mediates metabolic adjustments that promote health and longevity in the worm.

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18:14 NewScientist.ComVirus lurking inside banana genome has been destroyed with CRISPR

A virus that inserts itself into the genome of a type of banana plagues plantations in Africa, but CRISPR gene editing can be used to eliminate the viral DNA

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17:46 Phys.orgBiophotonics: In situ printing liquid superlenses to image butterfly wings and nanobiostructures

Nanostructures and natural patterns have long fascinated researchers in bioinspired materials engineering. Biological samples can be imaged and observed at the nanoscale using sophisticated analytical tools in materials science, including scanning electron microscopy (SEM) and transmission electron microscopy (TEM). While imaging methods contribute to the understanding of structures by revealing material properties for biomimetic materials synthesis, they have often done so with the loss of photonic properties inherent to the materials.

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17:13 Phys.orgFlatworms found to regenerate faster or slower when exposed to weak magnetic field

A team of researchers from Western Michigan University and the University of Colorado Boulder has found that the regeneration rate for planaria flatworms can be impacted by a weak magnetic field. In their paper published in the journal Science Advances, the group describes experiments they conducted with flatworms exposed to weak magnetic fields and what they found.

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17:08 NewScientist.ComVirus threatening to wipe out bananas can be destroyed using CRISPR

A virus that inserts itself into the banana genome could destroy plantations, but CRISPR gene editing has been used to eliminate the viral DNA

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03:32 ScienceDaily.comCalorie restriction prevents asthma symptoms linked to inflammation in mice

Experimenting with mice, researchers report that a low-calorie diet prevented asthma symptoms regardless of the diet's fat and sugar content. The researchers also say they found that obesity resulting from a high-calorie diet led to asthma symptoms in the animals by causing lung inflammation, and a drug that blocks inflammation eased those symptoms.

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30.01.2019
22:06 Phys.orgThe lamprey regenerates its spinal cord not just once—but twice

Spontaneous recovery from spinal cord injury is almost unheard of in humans and other mammals, but many vertebrates fare better. The eel-like lamprey, for instance, can fully regenerate its spinal cord even after it's been severed: Within 3 months the lamprey is swimming, burrowing, and flipping around again, as if nothing had happened.

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21:17 Nature.ComInterleukin-22 protects intestinal stem cells against genotoxic stress

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21:17 Nature.ComOnset of differentiation is post-transcriptionally controlled in adult neural stem cells

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19:26 ScienceDaily.comVisual guide to identify invasive self-cloning tick

Researchers have created a visual guide to help identify and control the Asian longhorned tick, which transmits a fatal human disease in its native countries and threatens livestock in the United States.

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16:31 TechInvestorNews.comBest disk cloning software of 2019: Protect yourself from data loss (Jonas DeMuro/TechRadar)

Jonas DeMuro / TechRadarBest disk cloning software of 2019: Protect yourself from data loss - Well show you how to choose the right software to copy your hard drive, bit by bit. Disk cloning is the process of creating an exact, uncompressed replica of your systems hard drive onto another drive. A related term that sometimes folks use interchangeably, but is not, is the process ...

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16:19 News-Medical.NetPromega signs license agreement with Broad Institute to access CRISPR-Cas9 technology

Promega Corporation announced today it has signed a non-exclusive license agreement with the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard to sell tools and reagents for CRISPR-Cas9 gene editing, providing scientists new tools for interrogating endogenous biology.

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16:16 Nature.ComUN could lead debate on gene editing

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15:10 Nature.ComJapan should put the brakes on stem-cell sales

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13:29 NewScientist.ComUsing CRISPR to stop male calves being born may lower animal suffering

Male cows and chickens are routinely killed soon after birth because they are not wanted, but it may be possible to prevent their embryos developing in the first place

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12:36 MedicalNewsToday.comMedical News Today: Could stem cells reverse diabetes?

Previous attempts to develop insulin-producing cells from stem cells have not been completely successful. A recent study, however, offers fresh hope.

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10:18 Phys.orgResearchers create visual guide to identify invasive self-cloning tick

Rutgers researchers and other scientists have created a visual guide to help identify and control the Asian longhorned tick, which transmits a fatal human disease in its native countries and threatens livestock in the United States.

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08:08 News-Medical.NetAdopting AI in diagnosis and prognosis of disease could help extend people's lives

The adoption of artificial intelligence in the diagnosis and prognosis of disease could help to extend people's lives whilst providing significant savings for the NHS.

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07:27 News-Medical.NetPromega signs license agreement with Broad Institute to sell tools for CRISPR-Cas9 gene editing

Promega Corporation announced today it has signed a non-exclusive license agreement with the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard to sell tools and reagents for CRISPR-Cas9 gene editing, providing scientists new tools for interrogating endogenous biology.

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05:23 Google news HealthResearchers say new treatment bringing promising results for cancer breakthrough - KCCI Des Moines

Researchers say new treatment bringing promising results for cancer breakthrough  KCCI Des MoinesCancer experts react to claim about finding a cure within a year  New York Post Cure for cancer? Israeli scientists claim to be on brink of development  Fox NewsWe'll have a cure for cancer within a year, scientists claim  New York Post Israeli Scientists: We'll Have a Cure for Cancer Within a Year  FuturismView full coverage on Google News

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05:23 Google news Sci/TechResearchers say new treatment bringing promising results for cancer breakthrough - KCCI Des Moines

Researchers say new treatment bringing promising results for cancer breakthrough  KCCI Des MoinesCancer experts react to claim about finding a cure within a year  New York Post Cure for cancer? Israeli scientists claim to be on brink of development  Fox NewsWe'll have a cure for cancer within a year, scientists claim  New York Post Israeli Scientists: We'll Have a Cure for Cancer Within a Year  FuturismView full coverage on Google News

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29.01.2019
21:57 MedicalNewsToday.comMedical News Today: Could targeting this enzyme slow aging and related diseases?

In showing how an enzyme halts cell division by producing reactive oxygen species, scientists shed new light on the biology of aging and related diseases.

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20:16 NewScientist.ComUsing CRISPR to stop male cows being born may reduce animal suffering

Male cows and chickens are routinely killed soon after birth because they are not wanted, but it may be possible to prevent their embryos developing in the first place

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19:15 Google news Sci/TechUS Nobelist Craig Mello Knew About He Jiankui's Gene-Edited Babies - Newser

US Nobelist Craig Mello Knew About He Jiankui's Gene-Edited Babies  NewserNobel Prize Winner Reportedly Knew About Gene-Edited Babies Months Before It Was Announced  ScienceAlertU.S. Nobel laureate knew about Chinese scientist's gene-edited babies  NBCNews.comReport: Chinese scientist told Mello, UMass Med Nobelist, about gene-edited babies  Worcester TelegramUS Nobel laureate was told of gene-edited babies  Honolulu Star-AdvertiserView full coverage on Google News

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19:11 Nature.ComChinese effort to clone gene-edited monkeys kicks off

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18:06 SingularityHub.ComFrom Parkour to Surgery, Here Are the Top 10 Recent Advancements in Robotics

The robot revolution may not be here quite yet, but our mechanical cousins have made some serious strides. And now some of the leading experts in the field have provided a rundown of what they see as the 10 most exciting recent developments. Compiled by the editors of the journal Science Robotics, the list includes […]

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17:26 ScienceNewsDaily.orgHuawei MateBook 13 review: An uninspiring MacBook Air clone

Huawei's MateBook series of laptops seriously impressed last year. The MateBook X and X Pro were surprisingly popular among tech journalists, offering powerful performance, ...

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15:03 Google news Sci/TechNobel Prize Winner Reportedly Knew About Gene-Edited Babies Months Before It Was Announced - ScienceAlert

Nobel Prize Winner Reportedly Knew About Gene-Edited Babies Months Before It Was Announced  ScienceAlert He Jiankui, the Chinese researcher who drew wide criticism when it emerged that he gene-edited several human babies, told an influential adviser about the ...
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12:29 Google news Sci/TechUS Nobel laureate was told of gene-edited babies - Honolulu Star-Advertiser

US Nobel laureate was told of gene-edited babies  Honolulu Star-AdvertiserNobelist advised He Jiankui’s firm despite concern over gene-edited babies  South China Morning PostNobel Prize Winner Reportedly Knew About Gene-Edited Babies Months Before It Was Announced  ScienceAlertU.S. Nobel laureate knew about Chinese scientist's gene-edited babies  NBCNews.comNobel Laureate Knew About Chinese Scientist Gene-Editing Babies, But Did Not Report Him  TIMEView full coverage on Google News

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12:19 Google news Sci/TechNobel Laureate Knew About Chinese Scientist Gene-Editing Babies, But Did Not Report Him - TIME

Nobel Laureate Knew About Chinese Scientist Gene-Editing Babies, But Did Not Report Him  TIMENobelist advised He Jiankui’s firm despite concern over gene-edited babies  South China Morning PostU.S. Nobel laureate knew about Chinese scientist's gene-edited babies  NBCNews.comChinese scientist told US Nobelist about gene-edited babies  Fox NewsView full coverage on Google News

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10:51 News-Medical.NetNew automated, high-throughput bioreactor system for lung regeneration analysis

New strides are being made toward the ex vivo growth of human lungs. In a new article published in Tissue Engineering, a peer-reviewed journal from Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., publishers, researchers report the development of a high-throughput, automated, multichannel lung bioreactor that allows parallel culture of up to five human cell-populated isolated rat lung scaffolds.

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08:23 News-Medical.NetAnnual RegenMed SA Conference to focus on future of stem cells

Doctors regularly perform stem cell transplants, also known as bone marrow transplants, to replace cells damaged by chemotherapy.

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28.01.2019
19:42 ScienceDaily.comTrial using donated eye tissue offers stem cell surgery hope

People with sight problems could benefit from insights from a surgical trial advance that has been shown to help restore the surface of the eye.

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18:37 ScienceDaily.comBioethicists call for more robust system of ethical governance in human gene-editing

Bioethicists are calling for a more robust system of ethical governance in human gene-editing in the wake of the Chinese experiment aiming to produce HIV immune children.

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17:46 Phys.orgWheat can be made safe for people with coeliac disease by using gene editing

One to 2 per cent of the population has coeliac disease (CD), an immune reaction to gluten. Wheat grains contain gluten, a mixture of glutenin and gliadin proteins, which build a network that gives wheat bread its unique properties and quality. Most gliadins and part of the glutenins contain immunogenic epitopes, which are the actual trigger of the immune reaction. A gluten-free diet, excluding wheat, barley and rye, is currently the only remedy for coeliac patients. This diet is not easy to adhere to, partly because wheat gluten is added to many processed food products for their viscoelastic properties. In addition, gluten-free products typically require the inclusion of numerous additives to adjust their texture and taste, resulting in products that are often less healthy than gluten-based equivalents, and more expensive. Thus there is a need to develop healthier food products for coeliac

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17:03 Phys.orgOtago bioethicists call for more robust system of ethical governance in human gene-editing

University of Otago bioethicists are calling for a more robust system of ethical governance in human gene-editing in the wake of the Chinese experiment aiming to produce HIV immune children.

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12:50 Technology.orgBlood test shows promise for early detection of severe lung-transplant rejection

Researchers have developed a simple blood test that can detect when a newly transplanted lung is being rejected

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10:07 News-Medical.NetGluten-free wheat can be produced for people with celiac disease by using gene editing

One to two per cent of the population has Celiac Disease (CD), an immune reaction to gluten. Wheat grains contain gluten, a mixture of glutenin and gliadin proteins, which build a network that gives wheat bread its unique properties and quality.

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09:45 News-Medical.NetUTHealth enrolls first U.S. patient in novel stem cell trial to treat stroke disability

The first U.S. patient to participate in a global study of a stem cell therapy injected directly into the brain to treat stroke disability was enrolled in the clinical trial this week at The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston.

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26.01.2019
23:09 ScientificAmerican.ComInside Earth, Microbes Approach Immortality

Mostly dead is slightly alive -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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21:59 WhatReallyHappened.comRecords from controversial twin study sealed at Yale until 2065

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25.01.2019
21:33 Nature.ComStem cells help mice to develop super-sensitive sniffers

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21:22 ScienceDaily.comRetinal microenvironment in a dish with human stem cells

Biologists have developed a way to create more-mature models that better mimic the environment in the human retina by creating cells that can be further used to study disease such as glaucoma.

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19:55 ScienceDaily.comNew therapeutic target for graft-vs-host disease could make bone marrow transplant safer

Graft-versus-host disease (GVHD) is a major complication of bone marrow transplant, a potentially curative treatment for patients with blood-borne cancers such as leukemia and lymphoma. Inhibiting Sirt-1 in a mouse model helped control GVHD without making tumor relapse more likely, report researchers. The inhibitor has already been proven safe in humans but would need further testing in patients with blood-borne cancers.

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17:59 Phys.orgResearchers re-create retinal microenvironment in a dish with human stem cells

IUPUI biologists, growing human pluripotent stem cell-derived retinal ganglion cells in the lab, have developed a way to create more-mature models that better mimic the environment in the human retina. By introducing hPSC-RGCs to astrocytes, researchers can create cells that are more analogous to human RGCs and can be further used to study diseases such as glaucoma. These results are published online in Stem Cell Reports.

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17:15 FierceBiotech.comVertex strikes deal with Merck KGaA to grow CRISPR/Cas9 toolkit

Vertex has regained limited rights to two DNA-dependent protein kinase inhibitors from Merck KGaA. Merck licensed the drugs and other assets for $230 million upfront two years ago but has now granted Vertex the right to use them in certain gene-editing applications. 

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17:13 News-Medical.NetStratasys advanced FDM 3D printing helps Biodonostia to improve treatment for thoracic wall tumors

Founded in 2008, the Biodonostia Health Research Institute was the first institute for medical research in the Basque region of Spain. Facing difficult surgical challenges every day, it recently partnered with Tknika, a Research and Applied Innovation Centre for Vocational Education and Training in the Basque region, and Tecnun, a specialist division of Universidad de Navarra, to enable surgeons to harness the latest 3D printing technology as a tool to aid surgical preparedness.

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15:34 FT.com HealthChina set to tighten regulations on gene-editing research

Creation of genetically engineered twins puts pioneers of Crispr technology under scrutiny

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15:34 FT.com ScienceChina set to tighten regulations on gene-editing research

Creation of genetically engineered twins puts pioneers of Crispr technology under scrutiny

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11:31 AzoRobotics.comNew Report Features Key Competitors in North American Medical Robot Market 2018-2023

The "North America Medical Robot Market (2018-2023)" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering. The North American medical robot market is expected to grow to a value...

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10:57 News-Medical.NetGero to present latest results of aging studies at Longevity Therapeutics Conference

Gero is a data-driven longevity company developing innovative therapies that will strongly extend the healthy period of life also known as healthspan. Latest results of Gero aging studies will be presented at Longevity Therapeutics Conference in San Francisco, January 29-31, 2019.

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10:35 News-Medical.NetInsilico Medicine to present latest advances in aging biomarker development at Longevity Leaders Conference

Insilico Medicine, a Rockville-based company developing the end-to-end drug discovery pipeline utilizing the next generation artificial intelligence, will present its latest advances in human aging biomarker development at the Longevity Leaders Conference in London, 4 of February.

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08:16 News-Medical.NetStandard method for ranking liver transplant waitlists may not prioritize the sickest candidates

A new study has uncovered that the standard method for ranking patients on the waitlist for lifesaving liver transplantation may not prioritize some of the sickest candidates for the top of the list.

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07:24 Gizmag CRISPR gene-edited monkeys cloned in China


New research out of China has confirmed the birth of five-gene-edited monkey clones. Two recently published papers describe how a CRISPR-gene edited long-tailed macaque has been successfully cloned demonstrating the first time in the world a gene-edited monkey has been effectively cloned.
.. Continue Reading CRISPR gene-edited monkeys cloned in China Category: Science Tags: China Cloning CRISPR Genetics Monkeys

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02:21 Google news Sci/TechMass cloning for neuro research? Chinese scientists report birth of five gene-edited monkeys - Endpoints News

Mass cloning for neuro research? Chinese scientists report birth of five gene-edited monkeys  Endpoints NewsChina’s latest monkey cloning tests are considered 'monstrous'  Fox NewsChina's Latest Cloned-Monkey Experiment Is an Ethical Mess  GizmodoChina clones gene-edited monkeys for sleep disorder research  ReutersGene-edited disease monkeys cloned in China  Medical XpressView full coverage on Google News

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01:21 ModernHealthCare.comHealth insurers, IBM partner on blockchain project

Aetna, Anthem, Health Care Service Corp., PNC Bank and IBM are teaming up to explore how blockchain technology could solve some of healthcare's big problems.

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00:39 TechInvestorNews.comIBM’s latest A.I. can help doctors detect how quickly a disease is progressing (Luke Dormehl/Digital Trends)

Luke Dormehl / Digital TrendsIBM’s latest A.I. can help doctors detect how quickly a disease is progressing - IBM has developed a probabilistic A.I. that can be used to predict how a range of diseases -- including diabetes, Huntingtons, Alzheimers, and Parkinsons -- are likely to develop. The post IBMs latest A.I. can help doctors detect how quickly a disease is progressing appeared first on Digital Trends. ...

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24.01.2019
22:31 Google news Sci/TechGene-edited disease monkeys cloned in China - Medical Xpress

Gene-edited disease monkeys cloned in China  Medical XpressChina’s latest monkey cloning tests are considered 'monstrous'  Fox NewsChina's Latest Cloned-Monkey Experiment Is an Ethical Mess  GizmodoChina clones gene-edited monkeys for sleep disorder research  ReutersRogue Chinese scientist to be punished for creation of first gene-edited humans  Chemistry WorldView full coverage on Google News

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21:37 TechInvestorNews.comAetna, other health insurers team up with IBM on blockchain project (Reuters: Company News)

Reuters: Company NewsAetna, other health insurers team up with IBM on blockchain project - A group of health insurers including CVS Health Corps Aetna, have teamed up with IBM Corp to create a blockchain network aimed at cutting costs in the healthcare industry. ...

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21:37 TechInvestorNews.comUPDATE 1-Aetna, other health insurers team up with IBM on blockchain project (Reuters: Company News)

Reuters: Company NewsUPDATE 1-Aetna, other health insurers team up with IBM on blockchain project - CVS Health Corps Aetna and a host of other health insurers said on Thursday they have partnered with IBM Corp to create a blockchain network aimed at cutting costs in the healthcare industry. ...

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21:09 ScienceDaily.com'Training gym' for lab-grown heart cells: Engineering researchers design new platform

Heart muscle cells need exercise -- even when they grow outside the human body. A new device uses a rigorous training regimen to grow small amounts of cardiac tissue and measure how strongly it beats. The platform is ideal for testing the effects of potential drug molecules, and could help bring personalized medicine closer to reality.

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21:03 Phys.orgSci-fi to reality: Superpowered salamander may hold the key to human regeneration

Regeneration is one of the most enticing areas of biological research. How are some animals able to regrow body parts? Is it possible that humans could do the same? If scientists could unlock the secrets that confer those animals with this remarkable ability, the knowledge could have profound significance in clinical practice down the road.

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20:52 Google news Sci/TechChina's latest monkey cloning tests are considered 'monstrous' - Fox News

China's latest monkey cloning tests are considered 'monstrous'  Fox News China's latest monkey cloning experiment has sparked outrage and been labeled “monstrous” by animals welfare advocates.
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20:41 Reuters.com HealthAetna, other health insurers team up with IBM on blockchain project

A group of health insurers including CVS Health Corp's Aetna, have teamed up with IBM Corp to create a blockchain network aimed at cutting costs in the healthcare industry.

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20:30 Reuters.com TechnologyAetna, other health insurers team up with IBM on blockchain project

A group of health insurers including CVS Health Corp's Aetna, have teamed up with IBM Corp to create a blockchain network aimed at cutting costs in the healthcare industry.

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20:19 Google news Sci/TechChinese scientists clone five gene-edited monkeys - South China Morning Post

Chinese scientists clone five gene-edited monkeys  South China Morning Post The experiment lead to birth of five macaques with identical mutation, raising fresh questions over biomedical ethics.

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19:42 ScienceDaily.comCan artificial intelligence help doctors and patients have better conversations?

Researchers explore the potential of artificial intelligence (AI) to improve patient/provider communication, including providing information about patients' physical and mental health, detecting high-risk situations when providers are under stress, and preventing unnecessary testing.

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18:26 SingularityHub.ComTo Extend Our Longevity, First We Must Understand Why We Age

Healthcare today is reactive, retrospective, bureaucratic, and expensive. It’s sick care, not healthcare. But that is radically changing at an exponential rate. Through this multi-part blog series on longevity, I’ll take a deep dive into aging, longevity, and healthcare technologies that are working together to dramatically extend the human lifespan, disrupting the $3 trillion healthcare system […]

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17:57 Phys.orgNew gene-editing kit puts the power of frog growth into citizen scientists' hands

In an ordinary house tucked away on a quiet street in Oakland, Josiah Zayner stands over a container filled with green tree frogs with a syringe in hand.

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17:45 Google news Sci/TechRogue Chinese scientist to be punished for creation of first gene-edited humans - Chemistry World

Rogue Chinese scientist to be punished for creation of first gene-edited humans  Chemistry WorldChinese Scientists Have Cloned a Genetically Altered Primate For The First Time  ScienceAlertChina's Latest Cloned-Monkey Experiment Is an Ethical Mess  GizmodoGene-edited disease monkeys cloned in China  Medical XpressChina clones gene-edited monkeys for sleep disorder research  ReutersView full coverage on Google News

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13:27 Nature.ComJapan’s approval of stem-cell treatment for spinal-cord injury concerns scientists

Nature is the international weekly journal of science: a magazine style journal that publishes full-length research papers in all disciplines of science, as well as News and Views, reviews, news, features, commentaries, web focuses and more, covering all branches of science and how science impacts upon all aspects of society and life.

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12:56 News-Medical.NetEnzyme that breaks down amino acids plays key role in promoting cell senescence

Permanently arrested cell growth is known as "cellular senescence", and the accumulation of senescent cells may be one cause of aging in our bodies. Japanese researchers have discovered that a certain enzyme in our bodies promotes cellular senescence by producing reactive oxygen species.

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12:46 Phys.orgChina clones gene-edited monkeys to aid disorder research

Chinese scientists announced Thursday they had cloned five monkeys from a single animal that was genetically engineered to have a sleep disorder, saying it could aid research into human psychological problems.

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12:23 Technology.orgLiver Transplants Double for Alcohol-Related Liver Disease

The proportion of U.S. liver transplants for alcohol-associated liver disease (ALD) has doubled in the last 15 years,

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10:19 Technology.orgUC San Diego Researchers First to Use CRISPR/Cas9 to Control Genetic Inheritance in Mice

Biologists at the University of California San Diego have developed the world’s first CRISPR/Cas9-based approach to control genetic

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