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02.07.2020
21:15 Google news Sci/Tech Broadway Actor Nick Cordero Likely To Need Double Lung Transplant, Says Wife Amanda Kloots - Deadline

Broadway Actor Nick Cordero Likely To Need Double Lung Transplant, Says Wife Amanda Kloots  DeadlineNick Cordero's Wife Says He Likely Needs a Double Lung Transplant to Live How He 'Would Want'  PEOPLEAmanda Kloots says "ultimate goal" for husband Nick Cordero is to receive a double lung transplant  CBS This MorningAmanda Kloots' husband Nick Cordero needs a double lung transplant to live the life 'he would want'  Daily MailNick Cordero's Wife Says He'll Likely Need Double Lung Transplant During Coronavirus Recovery  E! NEWSView Full Coverage on Google News

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20:21 Nanowerk.com Tiny mineral particles are better vehicles for promising gene therapy

Researchers have developed a safer and more efficient way to deliver a promising new method for treating cancer and liver disorders and for vaccination -- including a COVID-19 vaccine.

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20:21 Google news Sci/Tech Amanda Kloots' husband Nick Cordero needs a double lung transplant to live the life 'he would want' - Daily Mail

Amanda Kloots' husband Nick Cordero needs a double lung transplant to live the life 'he would want'  Daily MailNick Cordero's Wife Says He Likely Needs a Double Lung Transplant to Live How He 'Would Want'  PEOPLEAmanda Kloots says "ultimate goal" for husband Nick Cordero is to receive a double lung transplant  CBS This MorningNick Cordero's Wife Says He'll Likely Need Double Lung Transplant During Coronavirus Recovery  E! OnlineNick Cordero's Wife Says She 'Broke Big Time' As Actor Hit 90 Days In Hospital  CinemaBlendView Full Coverage on Google News

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20:15 ScienceDaily.com Marine algae from the Kiel Fjord discovered as a remedy against infections and skin cancer

Using state-of-the-art approaches coupled with bio- and cheminformatics and machine learning, researchers have succeeded in discovering new, bioactive components of the Baltic Sea Baltic Sea seaweed Fucus vesiculosus and its fungal symbiont against infectious bacteria or skin cancer.

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18:31 Google news Sci/Tech Facebook is shutting down TikTok clone Lasso and Pinterest rival Hobbi - CNBC

Facebook is shutting down TikTok clone Lasso and Pinterest rival Hobbi  CNBCFacebook’s TikTok clone Lasso will shut down this month  The VergeFacebook is shutting down Lasso, its TikTok clone  TechCrunchFacebook is killing Lasso, its first TikTok clone  EngadgetFacebook dumps TikTok clone Lasso to make way for clone on Instagram - Business Insider  Business InsiderView Full Coverage on Google News

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17:49 News-Medical.Net New technology can increase the quality of stem cells used in regenerative medicine

Stem cells have been holding great promise for regenerative medicine for years. In the last decade, several studies have shown that this type of cell, which in Spanish is called "mother cell" because of its ability to give rise to a variety of different cell types, can be applied in regenerative medicine for diseases such as muscular and nervous system disorders, among others.

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17:25 Phys.org Tiny mineral particles are better vehicles for promising gene therapy

University of Wisconsin–Madison researchers have developed a safer and more efficient way to deliver a promising new method for treating cancer and liver disorders and for vaccination—including a COVID-19 vaccine from Moderna Therapeutics that has advanced to clinical trials with humans.

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17:06 ScienceDaily.com Long-term culture of human pancreatic slices reveals regeneration of beta cells

Scientists have developed a method allowing for the long-term culture of 'pancreatic slices' to study the regeneration of the human pancreas in real time.

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15:24 FierceBiotech.com Sarepta bags drug to fully unlock DMD gene therapy opportunity

Sarepta bags drug to fully unlock DMD gene therapy opportunity ntaylor Thu, 07/02/2020 - 08:09

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15:24 Google news Sci/Tech Facebook’s TikTok clone Lasso will shut down this month - The Verge

Facebook’s TikTok clone Lasso will shut down this month  The VergeFacebook is shutting down Lasso, its TikTok clone  TechCrunchFacebook is shutting down TikTok clone Lasso and Pinterest rival Hobbi  CNBCFacebook Shuts down Its TikTok Clone ‘Lasso’  BeebomFacebook to Shutter TikTok Clone Lasso and Hobbi on July 10  PCMagView Full Coverage on Google News

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15:10 CNBC technology Facebook is shutting down TikTok clone Lasso and Pinterest rival Hobbi

Facebook is planning to shut down TikTok rival Lasso and Pinterest rival Hobbi on July 10.

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03:59 News-Medical.Net Extended culture of human pancreatic slices as a model to study regeneration of beta cells

Scientists from the Diabetes Research Institute (DRI) at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine have developed a method allowing for the long-term culture of "pancreatic slices" to study the regeneration of the human pancreas in real time.

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03:20 News-Medical.Net CityU develops CRISPR-assisted method to identify RNA-binding proteins in living cells

While scientists still don't fully understand the diverse nature of RNA molecules, it is believed that the proteins binding to them, called RNA-binding proteins, are associated with many disease formation.

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01.07.2020
19:49 Phys.org CRISPR-assisted novel method detects RNA-binding proteins in living cells

While scientists still don't fully understand the diverse nature of RNA molecules, it is believed that the proteins binding to them, called RNA-binding proteins, are associated with many types of disease formation. Research led by biomedical scientists from City University of Hong Kong (CityU) has led to a novel detection method, called CARPID, to identify binding proteins of specific RNAs in living cells. It is expected that the innovation can be applied in various types of cell research, from identifying biomarkers of cancer diagnosis to detecting potential drug targets for treating viral diseases.

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19:36 Phys.org Sustainable biomedical device for use in regenerative medicine

UPV/EHU researchers have developed a biomedical device consisting of byproducts from the food industry and which displays excellent properties for use in regenerative medicine. The novel device comprises soy protein and chitin, which form a matrix with a porous, interconnected microarchitecture similar to that of certain body tissues. The work has been published in the June issue of Green Chemistry.

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18:57 Technology.org USC Stem Cell scientists find a simpler way to make sensory hearing cells

Scientists from the USC Stem Cell laboratories of Neil Segil and Justin Ichida are whispering the secrets of a simpler way to

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17:53 News-Medical.Net Researchers develop biomedical device for use in regenerative medicine

The UPV/EHU-University of the Basque Country has developed a sustainable biomedical device from food industry by-products for use in regenerative medicine

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16:48 Phys.org Studying many genes in many animals is key to understanding how humans can live longer

Much of longevity and aging research focuses on studying extremely long-lived species, including bats, naked mole-rats and bowhead whales, to find genetic changes that contribute to long life.

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15:43 TechInvestorNews.com A New 20-Minute Covid-19 Test Will Use CRISPR Gene Editing Technology To Deliver Results At The Doct (John Cumbers, Senior Contributor/Forbes Business News)

John Cumbers, Senior Contributor / Forbes Business NewsA New 20-Minute Covid-19 Test Will Use CRISPR Gene Editing Technology To Deliver Results At The Doct - Sherlock Bio is partnering with binx health to bring to market a 20-minute Covid-19 test done in doctors offices, grocery stores, or workplaces. They will not only bring to market the first point-of-care CRISPR product but also take the first step toward a new paradigm in health and diagnostics.Sherlock Bio ...

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11:04 Technology.org Light-activated ‘CRISPR’ enables fast, precise gene editing and detection of DNA repair

In a series of experiments co-funded by the National Science Foundation, scientists at Johns Hopkins have used light as a trigger

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10:36 Technology.org A revolutionary new treatment alternative to corneal transplantation

The team was co-led by May Griffith, a researcher at Maisonneuve-Rosemont Hospital Research Centre, which is affiliated with

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04:04 ScienceDaily.com A revolutionary new treatment alternative to corneal transplantation

A new approach in ophthalmology that offers a revolutionary alternative to corneal transplantation has just been developed by researchers and clinicians in North America, Europe, and Oceania.

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30.06.2020
22:47 ScienceDaily.com Plant tissue engineering improves drought and salinity tolerance

After several years of experimentation, scientists have engineered thale cress, or Arabidopsis thaliana, to behave like a succulent, improving water-use efficiency, salinity tolerance and reducing the effects of drought. The tissue succulence engineering method devised for this small flowering plant can be used in other plants to improve drought and salinity tolerance with the goal of moving this approach into food and bioenergy crops.

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21:19 Technology.org Circular RNA makes fruit flies live longer

Ribonucleic acid, or RNA, is part of our genetic code and present in every cell of our body.

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20:35 News-Medical.Net Researchers find new therapy for stimulating myocardial regeneration

Ischemic heart disease has maintained its rank as one of the worldwide leading causes of mortality outweighing the burden from all malignancies combined.

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20:31 ScienceDaily.com Discovery of key protein behind cancer relapse and progression can lead to new therapies

Reports show that cancer is the second-highest leading cause of death globally. A recent study by scientists provides new evidence supporting the presence of a key mechanism behind progression and relapse in cancer. The study discusses the role of MBNL1 protein as a biomarker for cancer prognosis, which can lead to the development of new treatment strategies for cancer.

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19:43 Phys.org Plant tissue engineering improves drought and salinity tolerance

After several years of experimentation, scientists have engineered thale cress, or Arabidopsis thaliana, to behave like a succulent, improving water-use efficiency, salinity tolerance and reducing the effects of drought. The tissue succulence engineering method devised for this small flowering plant can be used in other plants to improve drought and salinity tolerance with the goal of moving this approach into food and bioenergy crops.

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18:43 ScienceDaily.com Lab-grown 'mini-brains' suggest COVID-19 virus can infect human brain cells

Researchers have found that organoids known as 'mini-brains' can be infected by the SARS-CoV-2 virus that causes COVID-19.

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18:16 ScienceDaily.com Promising therapy for cardiac regeneration

New research gives information in order to understand safety, efficacy and mechanisms of action of a new cardiac therapy.

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17:39 News-Medical.Net A potential treatment for cardiac regeneration

New research gives information in order to understand safety, efficacy and mechanisms of action of a new cardiac therapy.

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14:58 FierceBiotech.com Takeda pens $900M biobucks pact with Carmine for non-viral gene therapy work

Takeda pens $900M biobucks pact with Carmine for non-viral gene therapy work badams Tue, 06/30/2020 - 07:31

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29.06.2020
22:44 Phys.org Researcher tackles long-standing mysteries about membrane protein structure

Ion channels and membrane transporters are in the business of moving ions and small molecules across cellular membranes. They are essential for metabolic and cellular homeostasis, and for a host of biological signaling pathways.

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21:34 News-Medical.Net Fecal microbial transplantation more effective, cost-efficient treatment than antibiotics

An innovative treatment for patients with Clostridium difficile infection (CDI) which uses transplanted gut bacteria to treat the infection, is a more effective and more cost-efficient treatment than using antibiotics, a new UK study has found.

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20:50 ScienceDaily.com Clostridium difficile: Fecal microbial transplantation more effective and less costly than antibiotics

An innovative treatment for patients with Clostridium difficile infection (CDI) which uses transplanted gut bacteria to treat the infection, is a more effective and more cost-efficient treatment than using antibiotics, a new study has found.

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20:27 Medscape.Com Gene Therapy Trial Halted After Second Patient Death

A clinical trial of Audentes Therapeutics' investigational gene therapy for X-linked myotubular myopathy is on hold after two patients died following receipt of a high dose of the drug.

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17:03 News-Medical.Net 3D structure of Aβ protein assemblies reveals a new mechanism of toxicity

The brains of millions of people suffering from Alzheimer´s disease (AD) are slowly and inescapably being depleted of neurons, which leads to the characteristic loss of memory and cognitive function associated with this condition.

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17:03 Phys.org Three new studies show unwanted changes in human embryo genome after CRISPR-Cas9 editing

Three teams working independently to test the possibility of using CRISPR–Cas9 gene editing to remove genetic defects in human embryos report finding unwanted changes in the genomes. The first team, working at the Francis Crick Institute, edited mutations that can have a major impact on fetal development. The second, working at Columbia University tried to use the gene editor to fix a mutation known to cause blindness. And the third was a team working at Oregon Health & Science University—they were attempting to fix a mutation known to cause a certain heart problem. All three groups have written papers describing their efforts and findings, and have posted them on the bioRxiv preprint server while they await peer-review.

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16:49 Phys.org Circular RNA found to make fruit flies live longer

Ribonucleic acid, or RNA, is part of our genetic code and present in every cell of our body. The best known form of RNA is a single linear strand, of which the function is well known and characterized. But there is also another type of RNA, so-called "circular RNA," or circRNA, which forms a continuous loop that makes it more stable and less vulnerable to degradation. CircRNAs accumulate in the brain with age. Still, the biological functions of most circRNAs are not known and are a riddle for the scientific community. Now scientists from the Max Planck Institute for Biology of Aging have come one step closer to answer the question what these mysterious circRNAs do: one of them contributes to the aging process in fruit flies.

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16:49 WhatReallyHappened.com CRISPR Gene Editing in Human Embryos Wreaks Chromosome Mayhem

A suite of experiments that use the gene-editing tool CRISPR–Cas9 to modify human embryos have revealed how the process can make large, unwanted changes to the genome at or near the target site. The studies were published this month on the preprint server bioRxiv, and have not yet been peer-reviewed. But taken together, they give scientists a good look at what some say is an underappreciated risk of CRISPR–Cas9 editing. Previous experiments have revealed that the tool can make ‘off target’ gene mutations far from the target site, but the nearby changes identified in the latest studies can be missed by standard assessment methods. “The on-target effects are more important and would be much more difficult to eliminate,” says Gaétan Burgio, a geneticist at the Australian National University in Canberra.

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15:27 FierceBiotech.com Deaths in Audentes' gene therapy trial derail filing plan

Deaths in Audentes' gene therapy trial derail filing plan ntaylor Mon, 06/29/2020 - 07:56

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15:00 FierceBiotech.com Using gene editing to keep cholesterol down and heart attacks at bay

Using gene editing to keep cholesterol down and heart attacks at bay aalidrus Fri, 06/26/2020 - 18:13

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08:06 Technology.org X-rays size up protein structure at the ‘heart’ of COVID-19 virus

A team of researchers at the Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge and Argonne national laboratories has performed the

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02:58 News-Medical.Net Mathematical model reveals the risk of SARS-CoV-2 infection after fecal microbiota transplantation

In their new paper available on the bioRxiv* preprint server, US researchers from the OpenBiome nonprofit organization used a mathematical model to simulate the usefulness of different testing strategies for fecal samples and showed that the probability of releasing a fecal microbiota donation with the severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) is low when several important variables are taken into account.

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00:09 Technology.org Senescence-Associated Secretory Phenotype Proteins as a Biomarker of Aging

In today’s open access research, the authors report on the generation of a biomarker of aging from the

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00:09 Technology.org A Study of Environmental Factors Correlating with the Odds of Becoming a Centenarian

The evidence to date strongly suggests that environmental factors determine longevity for the vast majority of people. If

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00:09 Technology.org AI could improve skin cancer diagnostic accuracy when combined with human expertise

People are worried that Artificial intelligence (AI) might infringe their rights or take away their jobs. However, they

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27.06.2020
19:56 ScienceDaily.com Comparing 13 different CRISPR-Cas9 DNA scissors

Scientists have achieved the most extensive high-throughput analysis of CRISPR-Cas9 activities. The team developed deep-learning-based computational models that predict the activities of SpCas9 variants for different DNA sequences. This study represents a useful guide for selecting the most appropriate SpCas9 variant.

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09:40 News-Medical.Net Noile-Immune Biotech and C4U team up to develop CRISPR/Cas3 technology

Noile-Immune Biotech Inc., ("Noile-Immune") and C4U Corporation, ("C4U") announced that they have entered into an agreement on joint research and commercialization of next-generation allogeneic gene-modified immune cell therapy combining C4U's CRISPR/Cas3 genome editing technology and Noile-Immune's PRIME (Proliferation inducing and migration enhancing) technology designed to improve proliferation and trafficking of immune cells into solid tumors.

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02:32 News-Medical.Net WFIRM and Oracle Health Sciences team up to pair Body-on-a-Chip with data analytics

The Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine and Oracle Health Sciences have teamed as part of the Innovation Quarter's iQ Healthtech Labs to develop a consortium of industry, government, and academic members that will study novel approaches to establishing the safety of new drugs that are nearing clinical investigation in humans and FDA approval.

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00:28 ScienceDaily.com These muscle cells are guideposts to help regenerative flatworms grow back their eyes

If anything happens to the eyes of the tiny, freshwater-dwelling planarian Schmidtea mediterranea, they can grow them back within just a few days. New research provides insight about how the worms accomplish this feat: researchers have identified a new type of cell that likely serves as a guidepost to help route axons from the eyes to the brain as the worms complete the difficult task of regrowing their neural circuitry.

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26.06.2020
19:58 ScienceDaily.com X-rays size up protein structure at the 'heart' of COVID-19 virus

Researchers have performed the first room temperature X-ray measurements on the SARS-CoV-2 main protease -- the enzyme that enables the virus to reproduce. It marks an important first step in the ultimate goal of building a comprehensive 3D model of the enzymatic protein that will be used to advance supercomputing simulations aimed at finding drug inhibitors to block the virus's replication mechanism and help end the COVID-19 pandemic.

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19:37 TechInvestorNews.com We laughed when Microsoft tried to clone the Apple Store (video) (Philip Elmer-DeWitt/Apple 3.0 - Philip Elmer-DeWitt)

Philip Elmer-DeWitt / Apple 3.0 - Philip Elmer-DeWittWe laughed when Microsoft tried to clone the Apple Store (video) - This was the right time, says Wedbush analyst Daniel Ives, to rip the band-aid off. This was the right time for Redmond to rip the band-aid off. Wedbush analyst Daniel Ives From CNBCs Microsoft is permanently closing its retail stores posted Friday: Microsoft on Friday announced it will permanently ...

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18:31 AzoRobotics.com AI-Based Dual-Stain Test Improves Cervical Cancer Diagnosis

A recent study performed by researchers has revealed that a computer algorithm enhanced the efficiency and precision of cervical cancer screening when compared to the Pap test (cytology). A slide...

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17:04 SingularityHub.Com A Renaissance of Genomics and Drugs Is Extending Human Longevity

The causes of aging are extremely complex and unclear. But with longevity clinical trials increasing, more answers—and questions—are emerging than ever before. With the dramatic demonetization of genome reading and editing over the past decade, and Big Pharma, startups, and the FDA starting to face aging as a disease, we are starting to turn those […]

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16:29 Phys.org Comparing 13 different CRISPR-Cas9 DNA scissors

CRISPR-Cas9 has become one of the most convenient and effective biotechnology tools used to cut specific DNA sequences. Starting from Streptococcus pyogenes Cas9 (SpCas9), a multitude of variants have been engineered and employed for experiments worldwide. Although all these systems are targeting and cleaving a specific DNA sequence, they also exhibit relatively high off-target activities with potentially harmful effects.

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25.06.2020
22:46 Phys.org X-rays size up protein structure at the 'heart' of COVID-19 virus

A team of researchers at the Department of Energy's Oak Ridge and Argonne national laboratories has performed the first room-temperature X-ray measurements on the SARS-CoV-2 main protease—the enzyme that enables the virus to reproduce.

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22:13 ScientificAmerican.Com CRISPR Gene Editing in Human Embryos Wreaks Chromosome Mayhem

Three studies showing large DNA deletions and reshuffling heighten safety concerns about heritable genome editing -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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18:45 News-Medical.Net New 3D printed insoles can improve foot health of people with diabetes

Scientists from Staffordshire University claim that new 3D printed insoles can significantly improve the foot health of people suffering with diabetes.

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18:01 Nature.Com CRISPR gene editing in human embryos wreaks chromosomal mayhem

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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14:23 FierceBiotech.com CSL to pay $450M to buy uniQure's hemophilia B gene therapy

CSL to pay $450M to buy uniQure's hemophilia B gene therapy ntaylor Thu, 06/25/2020 - 04:43

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11:44 Technology.org Discovery of aggressive cancer cell types by Vanderbilt researchers made possible with machine learning techniques

By applying unsupervised and automated machine learning techniques to the analysis of millions of cancer cells, Rebecca Ihrie and Jonathan Irish,

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05:12 News-Medical.Net Making AI systems to diagnose more like a doctor

Artificial intelligence (AI) is an important innovation in diagnostics, because it can quickly learn to recognize abnormalities that a doctor would also label as a disease.

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03:27 News-Medical.Net Tiny protein in mitochondria has a big impact on health and longevity, study shows

A new study led by researchers at the USC Leonard Davis School of Gerontology is the first to demonstrate that a tiny protein has a big impact on health and longevity in both animals and humans.

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24.06.2020
23:33 TechInvestorNews.com THE INTERNET OF MEDICAL THINGS: The coronavirus is catalyzing a need for healthcare IoT in the US — (Rayna Hollander/Business Insider: Tech)

Rayna Hollander / Business Insider: TechTHE INTERNET OF MEDICAL THINGS: The coronavirus is catalyzing a need for healthcare IoT in the US — - Healthcare providers have been turning to the Internet of Medical Things (IoMT) to facilitate their digital transformation since before the coronavirus hit the US but the pandemic has caused a sea change in providers willingness to implement IoT solutions that augment efforts in preparing for, containing, and diagnosing the ...

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23:14 ScienceDaily.com Protein in mitochondria appears to regulate health and longevity

A new study is the first to demonstrate that a tiny protein, humanin, has a big impact on health and longevity in both animals and humans.

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18:29 Nature.Com Single-molecule imaging of transcription dynamics in somatic stem cells

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18:07 FierceBiotech.com One-and-done gene therapy wipes out Parkinson's symptoms in mouse models

One-and-done gene therapy wipes out Parkinson's symptoms in mouse models arlene.weintraub Wed, 06/24/2020 - 07:51

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16:15 Nature.Com The robot recruits in China’s health-care system

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16:15 Nature.Com Medical robotics in China: the rise of technology in three charts

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09:04 News-Medical.Net Mediterranean diet can protect against cognitive decline, shows study

A new study, investigating factors associated with verbal fluency among a large sample of anglophone Canadians aged 45-85, found that individuals who consumed more vegetables and fruits and more nuts and pulses (such as lentils and beans) scored higher on tests of verbal fluency.

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23.06.2020
21:31 Google news Sci/Tech Apple gives Macs a brain transplant with new Arm chips starting this year - CNET

Apple gives Macs a brain transplant with new Arm chips starting this year  CNETHere's everything Apple just announced: iOS 14 will give iPhones a new home screen, ditching Intel chips and more  CNBCApple is switching Macs to its own processors starting later this year  The VergeOpinion: Apple seems poised to succeed where Microsoft failed with Windows 10 on ARM  OnMSFTOpinion: Apple transition provides huge boost for Arm  TechSpotView Full Coverage on Google News

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19:44 Google news Sci/Tech Apple gives Macs a brain transplant with new Arm chips starting this year - CNET

Apple gives Macs a brain transplant with new Arm chips starting this year  CNETView Full Coverage on Google News

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18:12 News-Medical.Net Collaboration between human and artificial intelligence has huge potential in medicine

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is increasingly being used in medicine to support human expertise. However, the potential of these applications and the risks inherent in the interaction between human and artificial intelligence has not yet been thoroughly researched.

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11:09 Technology.org Bayer to Test New Drugs Using Human Heart Tissues 3D-Printed at TAU

Ramot at Tel Aviv University has signed a collaboration agreement with Bayer to develop and validate a platform for in vitro cardiotoxicity screening,

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06:40 Google news Sci/Tech Stem cell companies sell hope with unproven medicine for COVID-19 and other incurable diseases - USA TODAY

Stem cell companies sell hope with unproven medicine for COVID-19 and other incurable diseases  USA TODAY

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05:22 News-Medical.Net HCV-positive organs can be safely used for transplantation, study shows

Patients who received a transplanted liver infected with hepatitis C and were later treated for the infection performed as well in recovery as transplant patients who received an organ free of infection, according to study from the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine and UC Health recently published in the journal Liver Transplantation.

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02:32 News-Medical.Net Novel vaccine platform against COVID-19 based on engineered human mesenchymal stem cells

In a recent groundbreaking bioRxiv paper, Chinese researchers describe a novel approach towards coronavirus disease (COVID-19) vaccine design based on engineered human mesenchymal stem cells, with favorable and promising antibody response.

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02:17 News-Medical.Net Insight into merits and limitations of direct reprogramming strategies for cardiac regeneration

Direct reprogramming or Transdifferentiation is a way of inducing changes in the cell type from one lineage into another lineage, bypassing pluripotency.

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22.06.2020
22:31 TechInvestorNews.com Apple gives Macs a brain transplant with new Arm chips - CNET (Stephen Shankland/CNET - Business Tech)

Stephen Shankland / CNET - Business TechApple gives Macs a brain transplant with new Arm chips - CNET - The WWDC announcement is the beginning of a long, complicated transition away from Intel chips. ...

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21:29 ScienceDaily.com Breakthrough discovery to transform prostate cancer treatment

A novel formulation of the prostate cancer drug abiraterone acetate - currently marketed as Zytiga - will dramatically improve the quality of life for people suffering from prostate cancer, as pre-clinical trials show the new formulation improves the drug's effectiveness by 40 per cent.

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19.06.2020
17:55 FT.com Health Demographics/coronavirus: longevity proclivity

The pandemic could be a catalyst for life expectancy to rise, some analysts believe

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17:55 FT.com Science Demographics/coronavirus: longevity proclivity

The pandemic could be a catalyst for life expectancy to rise, some analysts believe

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16:08 InsideEVs.com $7,000 Smart ForFour Chinese EV Clone Reviewed With Surprising Conclusions

It’s called the ORA R1, made by Great Wall Motors, and it’s nowhere near as bad as you might think.

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15:53 Phys.org Canine bone cancer successfully treated with vaccine made from dog's own tumor

Ruby had always been an active dog.

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15:39 Phys.org Overcoming genomic imprinting barrier improves mammal cloning

Somatic cell nuclear transfer (SCNT, also known as cloning) technology holds great potential in animal production and regenerative medicine. However, the extremely low efficiency and frequently observed abnormalities in cloned embryos limit the development and application of this technology. Although the cloned embryos harbor complete genomic DNA sequence, multiple epigenetic barriers are the limiting factors of cloning efficiency.

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12:56 AzoRobotics.com AI-Generated Medical Reports to Offer Accurate, Timely Diagnosis of COVID-19

Advanced artificial intelligence (AI) is being used to examine medical images and formulate a comprehensive analysis to assist medical professionals with diagnosing COVID-19. Researchers from...

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12:30 AzoRobotics.com NEOTech Continues Commitment to Fight COVID-19 with Large-Scale Manufacturing of a Child-Friendly Health Analysis Robot

NEOTech, a leading provider of manufacturing technology and supply chain solutions for brand name OEMs in the industrial, medical and mil/aero markets, announces the company continues their proactive...

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11:35 TechInvestorNews.com Health Sec Hancock says UK will use Apple-Google API for virus contact-tracing app after all (even t (webmaster@theregister.co.uk (Paul Kunert)/The Register)

webmaster@theregister.co.uk (Paul Kunert) / The RegisterHealth Sec Hancock says UK will use Apple-Google API for virus contact-tracing app after all (even t - Its The Reg wot warned it The UK government last night confirmed it has aborted its ill-conceived coronavirus contact-tracing phone app blaming protections and battery-saving restrictions in Apples iOS for its failure. ...

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04:59 News-Medical.Net Job-related strenuous exercise may not necessarily extend longevity

By analyzing longevity data for professional Japanese traditional artists, researchers at Tokyo Institute of Technology have found that Kabuki actors, known for their vigorous movements, surprisingly had shorter lifespans compared with other traditional arts performers who lead mostly sedentary lifestyles.

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04:58 News-Medical.Net Cloning stem cells to develop treatments for Crohn's disease

For over a decade Wa Xian, research associate professor of biology and biochemistry at the University of Houston Stem Cell Center, has been perfecting technology for cloning stem cells. Now she is using it to take aim at pediatric Crohn's disease.

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03:53 News-Medical.Net Using stem cells to study the developmental effects of Neandertal DNA

Protocols that allow the transformation of human induced pluripotent stem cell (iPSC) lines into organoids have changed the way scientists can study developmental processes and enable them to decipher the interplay between genes and tissue formation, particularly for organs where primary tissue is not available.

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03:00 Rejuvenation Research Exercise Partially Rejuvenates Muscle Stem Cells

Rejuvenation Research, Volume 23, Issue 3, Page 262-265, June 2020.

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03:00 Rejuvenation Research Cryonics Takes Another Big Step Toward the Mainstream

Rejuvenation Research, Volume 23, Issue 3, Page 191-192, June 2020.

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02:11 News-Medical.Net First genome-wide CRISPR screen reveals genes that control SARS-CoV-2 infection

By performing a genome-wide CRISPR screen on the severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2), U.S. researchers identified novel proviral genes and pathways, and highlighted host genes that may regulate coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pathogenesis, as well as revealing potential targets for novel treatment approaches. Their findings are currently available on the bioRxiv* preprint server.

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01:30 News-Medical.Net Research uncovers some of the secrets to longevity

University of Otago researchers have discovered some of the secrets to longevity with new research revealing not smoking and being social engaged throughout older age are common traits of New Zealand centenarians.

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22:46 ScienceDaily.com Studying the Neanderthal DNA found in modern humans using stem cells and organoids

Protocols that allow the transformation of human induced pluripotent stem cell (iPSC) lines into organoids have changed the way scientists can study developmental processes and enable them to decipher the interplay between genes and tissue formation, particularly for organs where primary tissue is not available. Now, investigators are taking this technology and applying it to study the developmental effects of Neanderthal DNA.

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18:11 Phys.org Studying the Neandertal DNA found in modern humans using stem cells and organoids

Protocols that allow the transformation of human induced pluripotent stem cell (iPSC) lines into organoids have changed the way scientists can study developmental processes and enable them to decipher the interplay between genes and tissue formation, particularly for organs where primary tissue is not available. Now, investigators are taking this technology and applying it to study the developmental effects of Neandertal DNA. The findings are reported June 18 in the journal Stem Cell Reports.

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17:10 ScienceDaily.com Not smoking and being socially active keys to longevity

Researchers have discovered some of the secrets to longevity with new research revealing not smoking and being social engaged throughout older age are common traits of New Zealand centenarians.

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16:21 Reuters.com Health Pfizer's hemophilia gene therapy shows sustained effect in early-stage study

Pfizer Inc and Sangamo Therapeutics Inc said on Thursday their gene therapy helped maintain levels of a vital protein for up to 14 months in patients with a rare genetic disorder in which blood does not clot easily.

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14:43 FierceBiotech.com Treating age-related diseases with a CAR-T that targets 'senescent' cells

Treating age-related diseases with a CAR-T that targets 'senescent' cells aliu Thu, 06/18/2020 - 06:21

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