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26.07.2022
00:22 News-Medical.Net New robotic technology for neuroendovascular surgery could mean safer and more efficient procedures

Stroke surgery and other neuroendovascular procedures could be made safer and easier through robotics, according to research presented today at the Society of NeuroInterventional Surgery's (SNIS) 19th Annual Meeting.

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25.07.2022
22:52 Medscape.Com Topical Gene Therapy for Dystrophic EB Shows Promise

"B-VEC is the first treatment that has not only shown to be effective, but the first to directly target the defect," the study's principal investigator said.

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20:03 News-Medical.Net Using CRISPR technology to successfully prevent and treat SARS-CoV-2 infections

In what is believed to be a first, a research team led by Duke Health has demonstrated a way to use CRISPR technology to successfully prevent and treat COVID infections.

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17:03 Technology.org Biologists train AI to generate medicines and vaccines

Scientists have developed artificial intelligence software that can create proteins that may be useful as vaccines, cancer treatments,

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13:32 News-Medical.Net Study identifies risks in the use of CRISPR therapeutics

The researchers caution: "The CRISPR genome editing method is very effective, but not always safe. Sometimes cleaved chromosomes do not recover and genomic stability is compromised - which in the long run might promote cancer."

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12:33 ExtremeTech.com Diablo Immortal Finally Launching in China After Mysterious Delay

Blizzard and its Chinese partners have reportedly been given permission to launch Immortal in China, which is the largest gaming market in the world. The post Diablo Immortal Finally Launching in China After Mysterious Delay appeared first on ExtremeTech.

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12:23 LiveScience.com Does wine help you live longer?

People from food cultures where wine is a daily part of life have famously low rates of heart disease and long lives. But does drinking wine actually help you live longer?

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03:53 Google news Sci/Tech David Ortiz already achieved baseball immortality in Boston, and now the Hall of Fame has made it official - The Boston Globe

David Ortiz already achieved baseball immortality in Boston, and now the Hall of Fame has made it official  The Boston GlobeDavid Ortiz, the first career designated hitter to be selected on first ballot, headlines Baseball Hall of Fame's induction ceremony  ESPNDavid Ortiz Gets Inducted Into Baseball Hall of Fame  MLBRed Sox legends will be out in force for David Ortiz's Hall of Fame induction  New York Post David Ortiz steals the Hall of Fame show and delivers powerful message in Cooperstown | Opinion  msnNOWView Full Coverage on Google News

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24.07.2022
22:32 News-Medical.Net Using genome editing to expand the possibilities of entomological research

Genome sequencing, where scientists use laboratory methods to determine a specific organism's genetic makeup, is becoming a common practice in insect research.

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20:01 News-Medical.Net Lymphatic capillaries act as a signaling hub to control intestinal stem cell activity

To act as a robust barrier against pathogens while also absorbing needed nutrients, the lining of the intestines must regenerate on a daily basis to remain equal to the task.

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23.07.2022
04:00 ScienceDaily.com Scientists expand entomological research using genome editing

Researchers have developed a work-flow method, called Fanflow4Insects, that annotates gene functions in insects. In functional annotation, scientists collect information about a gene's biological identity. The team's new method uses transcribed sequence information as well as genome and protein sequence databases. With Fanflow4Insects, the team has annotated the functional information of the Japanese stick insect and the silkworm, including gene expression as well as sequence analysis. The functional annotation information that their workflow provides will greatly expand the possibilities of entomological research using genome editing.

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22.07.2022
23:33 TechInvestorNews.com Top challenge to internet health is AI power disparity and harm, Mozilla says (Ray Fernandez/TechRepublic)

Ray Fernandez / TechRepublicTop challenge to internet health is AI power disparity and harm, Mozilla says - Mozilla believes AI regulations could be a solution that builds trust and levels the playing field. The post Top challenge to internet health is AI power disparity and harm, Mozilla says appeared first on TechRepublic. ...

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23:12 CNN Health Gene therapy reduced risk of excessive bleeding for people with hemophilia B, early trial data suggests

A one-time novel gene therapy can reduce the risk of excessive bleeding in people with the bleeding disorder hemophilia B, who typically would need repeat therapies to reduce their risk, according to results from a Phase 1-2 trial.

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22:23 Google news Sci/Tech Diablo Immortal China delay due to Winnie the Pooh social media post, report suggests - Eurogamer.net

Diablo Immortal China delay due to Winnie the Pooh social media post, report suggests  Eurogamer.netDiablo Immortal reportedly launching in China after a month-long delay  Gamesradar'Diablo Immortal' reportedly delayed in China over 'Winnie The Pooh' post  NMENetEase to Launch Diablo Immortal in China After Long Delay  BloombergNetEase to launch 'Diablo Immortal' in China after long delay  The Star OnlineView Full Coverage on Google News

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20:02 ScienceMag.org Dreaming up new proteins, AI churns out possible medicines and vaccines

Instead of predicting the shapes of naturally occurring molecules, software designs original ones

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19:51 Medscape.Com What Role Does Google Play in Public Health?

WebMD's Chief Medical Officer, John Whyte, MD, speaks with Karen DeSalvo, MD, MPH, MSc, Chief Health Officer at Google, about the role the technology company is playing in public health and what it has learned from the COVID-19 pandemic.

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19:23 Phys.org Study aims to help Kentucky growers improve transplant quality of vegetables

Producing vegetable transplants—small starter plants for growers to begin gardens with—is a "budding" industry in Kentucky. Lark Wuetcher, senior horticulture major in the University of Kentucky College of Agriculture, Food and Environment, is helping Kentuckians address potential industry issues by studying the optimal lighting conditions needed to keep transplants in the Bluegrass healthy and high quality.

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18:33 Phys.org Scientists expand entomological research using genome editing

Genome sequencing, where scientists use laboratory methods to determine a specific organism's genetic makeup, is becoming a common practice in insect research. A greater understanding of insect biology helps scientists better manage insects, both those that are beneficial to the ecosystem and those that damage the food supply and threaten human health by carrying diseases.

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17:20 NewScientist.Com Gene-edited dogs created from cloned skin cells for the first time

New gene-editing approach could be used to eliminate disease-causing mutations from pedigree dog breeds or even from clones of individual dogs

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16:03 Phys.org Scientists identify 'bottleneck' in drug delivery pathways in stem cells

Our bodies have evolved formidable barriers to protect themselves against foreign substances—from our skin, to our cells and every component within the cells, each part of our bodies has protective layers. These defenses, while essential, pose a significant challenge for pharmaceutical drugs and therapies, such as vaccines, that have to bypass multiple barriers to reach their targets.

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15:20 Nature.Com Daily briefing: How faecal transplants could boost cancer treatments

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21.07.2022
23:10 ScienceDaily.com Novel gene therapy could reduce bleeding risk for haemophilia patients

A single gene therapy injection could dramatically reduce the bleeding risk faced by people with haemophilia B, finds a new study.

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19:50 NewScientist.Com Gene therapy trial shows early success in people with haemophilia B

In a small study of 10 people with haemophilia B, nine were still forgoing the condition's standard treatment about two years after receiving a single gene therapy injection

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20.07.2022
16:03 Phys.org Scientists develop blueprint for turning stem cells into sensory interneurons

Researchers at the Eli and Edythe Broad Center of Regenerative Medicine and Stem Cell Research at UCLA have developed a first-of-its-kind roadmap detailing how stem cells become sensory interneurons—the cells that enable sensations like touch, pain and itch.

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08:30 NewScientist.Com Hormone replacement therapy may be safe after breast cancer treatment

Hormone replacement therapy was thought to increase risk of cancer recurrence after breast cancer treatment, but that may not be the case

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00:12 News-Medical.Net First-of-its-kind roadmap reveals how stem cells become sensory interneurons

Researchers at the Eli and Edythe Broad Center of Regenerative Medicine and Stem Cell Research at UCLA have developed a first-of-its-kind roadmap detailing how stem cells become sensory interneurons -; the cells that enable sensations like touch, pain and itch.

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19.07.2022
23:21 Nature.Com Biorobots deliver lethal drugs to cancer cells

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16:02 News-Medical.Net Tissue nanotransfection technology can serve as a non-viral, topical, gene-editing delivery device, research shows

The Indiana Center for Regenerative Medicine and Engineering (ICRME) at Indiana University School of Medicine is home to tissue nanotransfection (TNT) regenerative medicine technology that achieves functional tissue reprogramming in the live body.

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15:42 News-Medical.Net Scientists manipulate good bacteria using CRISPR systems

New North Carolina State University research shows progress in gathering information on an important – yet difficult to characterize – human gut bacterium called Bifidobacterium, which is used in many probiotics that help maintain healthy microbiomes.

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01:32 News-Medical.Net Wistar scientists reveal a novel ADAR1-SIRT1-p16INK4a axis in regulating cellular senescence

Aging and age-related disorders pose a complex challenge to the biomedical research community. To better understand how senescence is regulated is of high significance to promote healthy aging and treat age-associated disorders.

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01:02 News-Medical.Net Anti-rejection drug plus immunotherapy could change the lives of kidney transplant patients with cancer

Adding immunotherapy to standard anti-rejection medication could change the lives of thousands of kidney transplant patients with incurable cancer, as new research shows it can reduce this risk of organ rejection and eliminate cancer in a quarter of patients.

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18.07.2022
21:43 Phys.org Tissue nanotransfection technology proves useful in non-viral topical gene editing to close complex cutaneous wounds

The Indiana Center for Regenerative Medicine and Engineering (ICRME) at Indiana University School of Medicine is home to tissue nanotransfection (TNT) regenerative medicine technology that achieves functional tissue reprogramming in the live body. Last year, ICRME researchers published on how to manufacture the TNT 2.0 silicon chip hardware in Nature Protocol. Now, their research demonstrates for the first time that TNT can serve as a non-viral, topical gene-editing delivery device.

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20:10 ScienceDaily.com Anti-rejection medication and immunotherapy kicks cancer and protects kidney transplants

Adding immunotherapy to standard anti-rejection medication could change the lives of thousands of kidney transplant patients with incurable cancer, as new research shows it can reduce this risk of organ rejection and eliminate cancer in a quarter of patients.

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18:03 Phys.org Vegetarian diets may be better for the planet, but the Mediterranean diet is the one omnivores will actually adopt

What we eat and how we produce food matters. Food systems are responsible for more than a quarter of the world's greenhouse gas emissions.

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17.07.2022
20:33 Phys.org High-flying experiment: Do stem cells grow better in space?

Researcher Dhruv Sareen's own stem cells are now orbiting the Earth. The mission? To test whether they'll grow better in zero gravity.

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09:33 Technology.org Changes in Protein Structure and Assembly with Fluoride Nanoparticles and Coexisting Ions

Protein function and activity are determined by both their assembly and secondary structure. Abnormalities related to either protein

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16.07.2022
13:33 Technology.org The collaboration will advance cardiac health through AI

Employing artificial intelligence to help improve outcomes for people with cardiovascular disease is the focus of a three-year,

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12:33 Technology.org Mutation pathway to bowel cancer discovered 

New research has found that inherited mutations in the MUTYH gene, which repairs oxidative DNA damage, are linked to an

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15.07.2022
21:10 Nature.Com CRISPR ‘cousin’ put to the test in landmark heart-disease trial

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21:10 ScienceDaily.com A newly identified stem cell regulator enables lifelong sperm production

Scientists have discovered only a handful of genes responsible for stem cell self-renewal, a property that allows stem cells to continue giving rise to a variety of cell types during an organism's lifespan. Now, a team has identified a new stem cell self-renewal factor, one essential for mice to produce sperm throughout their adult lives.

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19:23 Phys.org A new and easy-to-use web server to identify genome edited cells

A team of scientists from the IUF—Leibniz Research Institute for Environmental Medicine in Düsseldorf developed and validated a computational webserver that allows scientists to genotype mutations using nanopore sequencing. The results of this study were published in the journal Nucleic Acids Research.

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18:03 Phys.org Researchers unveil 3D printing technology that could advance biofilm science

Combatting life-threatening bacterial infections, reducing slime that clogs pipes, preventing plaque buildup on teeth—all could one day benefit from a new technology being developed by Montana State University researchers.

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15:03 AzoRobotics.com ARA Health Specialists Partners with Ferrum Health to Bring World-Class AI Solutions to the Direct Patient Care Environment

ARA Health Specialists, a member of the Strategic Radiology coalition, announces their partnership with Ferrum Health, a leader in healthcare artificial intelligence (AI). The partnership aims to...

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12:13 Nanowerk.com CRISPRnano: a new and easy-to-use webserver to identify genome edited cells

Scientists have developed and validated a computational webserver which allows scientists to genotype mutations using nanopore sequencing.

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09:03 Technology.org Artificial intelligence model finds potential drug molecules a thousand times faster

The entirety of the known universe is teeming with an infinite number of molecules. But what fraction of

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07:23 News-Medical.Net Newly characterized stem cell self-renewal factor enables continuous sperm production

Unlike women, who are born with all the eggs they'll ever have, men can continue to produce sperm throughout their adult lives. To do so, they require a constant renewal of spermatogonial stem cells, which give rise to sperm.

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04:20 ScienceDaily.com Using AI to diagnose birth defect in fetal ultrasound images

In a new proof-of-concept study researchers are pioneering the use of a unique Artificial Intelligence-based deep learning model as an assistive tool for the rapid and accurate reading of ultrasound images.

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04:20 ScienceDaily.com Bacteria in donor organs complicate immune response after transplantation

Organ transplant recipients take life-long immunosuppressive drugs to prevent their bodies from mounting an immune response against the donated organ, yet a substantial number of them still reject the organs. A new study shows that transplant recipients also mount an immune response against commensal bacteria in the organ graft, adding to the immune response against the genetic makeup of the tissue and reducing the effectiveness of immunosuppressive drugs.

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03:13 News-Medical.Net Immune response after transplant is complicated by bacteria in donated organs

Organ transplant recipients take life-long immunosuppressive drugs to prevent their bodies from mounting an immune response against the donated organ, yet a substantial number of them still reject the organs.

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00:50 ScienceDaily.com Genetic discovery to improve lung cancer treatment

Treatment for lung cancer has improved in recent years, and a new study has found how to make it even more effective for all patients.

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00:50 ScienceDaily.com Women already live longer. They can live better with an improved diet

Women tend to live longer than men but typically have higher rates of illness. Now, new research suggests these higher rates of illness can be improved by a better diet, one that is high in pigmented carotenoids such as yams, kale, spinach, watermelon, bell peppers, tomatoes, oranges and carrots.

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00:13 Phys.org Influence of nanoparticles, surrounding ions on formation of β-sheet structure in amyloid β proteins

Protein function and activity are determined by both their assembly and secondary structure. Abnormalities related to either protein aggregation or secondary structure can lead to neurodegenerative diseases. In a new study, an international research team reveals how fluoride nanoparticles, materials used in in vivo imaging, affect the assembly and structure of the amyloid β protein. Their results present a step towards better treatment and prevention of neurologic disorders like Alzheimer's disease.

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14.07.2022
23:22 News-Medical.Net Stem cell transplantation produces prolonged survival with improved safety in patients with AL amyloidosis

AL amyloidosis is a life-threatening disease related to bone marrow cancer, multiple myeloma. It is caused when a person's antibody-producing white blood cells (i.e. plasma cells) do not function properly and generate abnormal protein which misfolds to form amyloid fibrils and deposits made of components of antibodies called light chains, which then deposit in various organs of the body.

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20:10 ScienceDaily.com Changes in protein structure and assembly with fluoride nanoparticles and coexisting ions

Scientists demonstrate the influence of nanoparticles and surrounding ions on the formation of beta-sheet structure in amyloid beta proteins.

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18:13 LiveScience.com 2 pig hearts were successfully transplanted into brain-dead human patients

Surgeons successfully transplanted pig hearts into brain-dead patients, advancing toward the next stage of FDA trials.

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16:40 ScienceDaily.com New AI model for the accurate diagnosis of neoplasia associated with inflammatory bowel disease

The treatment of inflammatory bowel disease (IBD)-associated dysplasia is often challenging due to diagnostic techniques that are unable to accurately differentiate and classify the severity of neoplastic lesions. Now, researchers have developed an AI-system based on a conventional neural network, by training it with endoscopic images of neoplastic lesions. This system displayed a higher diagnostic ability in the classification of the lesions, as compared to that of endoscopists.

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15:03 TechnologyReview.com The Download: open source insecurity, and gene editing plants

This is today’s edition of The Download, our weekday newsletter that provides a daily dose of what’s going on in the world of technology. The US military wants to understand the most important software on Earth It’s not much of an exaggeration to say that the whole world is built on top of the Linux kernel—although most…

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13:03 TechnologyReview.com Heat is bad for plant health. Here’s how gene editing could help.

Some of the world’s most productive agricultural regions from India to the US Midwest have already broken temperature records this year, with potentially worrying implications for food supplies. Hot days and nights can make drought conditions worse, and that’s not the only way rising temperatures can hurt crops. In extreme conditions, the molecular machinery inside…

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11:02 News-Medical.Net The successful transplantation of genetically engineered pig hearts into recently deceased humans

Researchers successfully transplanted two genetically engineered heart pigs into recently deceased humans in June and July 2022.

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07:43 Google news Sci/Tech Surgeons at NYU Langone transplanted pig hearts into two brain-dead humans - Engadget

Surgeons at NYU Langone transplanted pig hearts into two brain-dead humans  EngadgetPig hearts successfully transplanted in brain-dead patients  South China Morning PostModified pig hearts transplanted into dead people kept on life support  New ScientistWARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT - Pig heart transplants successful in brain-dead patients  ReutersNew York doctors successfully transplant pig hearts into deceased patients  SILive.comView Full Coverage on Google News

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05:33 Google news Sci/Tech Pig hearts successfully transplanted in brain-dead patients - South China Morning Post

Pig hearts successfully transplanted in brain-dead patients  South China Morning PostGenetically modified pig heart transplanted into deceased recipient, researchers say  CNNWARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT - Pig heart transplants successful in brain-dead patients  ReutersSurgeons at NYU Langone transplanted pig hearts into two brain-dead humans  EngadgetNYU doctors transplant pig hearts into brain-dead humans  CBS New YorkView Full Coverage on Google News

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13.07.2022
21:20 ScienceDaily.com New stem cell mechanism in your gut

Stem cells are a hot topic for creating medical treatments. However, scientists still do not fully understand how they choose to divide or differentiate to renew organs. Researchers have now found a new biophysical mechanism that regulates stem cells in the intestines of mice. There, a stem cell is not purely defined by intrinsic molecular markers but also by their location and movements in their environment. This could have implications for possible new treatments.

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20:02 News-Medical.Net Researchers discover new stem cell mechanism in the gut

Your gut is a wondrous place. A special layer of cells that coats the insides of your small and large intestines takes in nutrients and water from what you ate while keeping anything bad out of your system.

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19:30 Nature.Com Retrograde movements determine effective stem cell numbers in the intestine

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18:30 Nature.Com Relocation sustains intestinal stem-cell numbers

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15:12 News-Medical.Net Study finds disparities in incidence, prognosis of perioperative stroke among pediatric heart transplant patients

Black children who underwent heart transplant surgery for the first time were more than three times as likely to die after six months than white children, according to new research published today in the Journal of the American Heart Association.

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00:04 Google news Sci/Tech Genetically modified pig heart transplanted into deceased recipient, researchers say - CNN

Genetically modified pig heart transplanted into deceased recipient, researchers say  CNNPig organ transplants inch closer with testing in the dead  The Associated Press - en EspañolTesting pig heart transplants in donated bodies  Associated PressGenetically engineered pig hearts transplanted into dead people  The VergeResearchers Transplant Pig Hearts In 2 Brain Dead Patients  Forbes Breaking NewsView Full Coverage on Google News

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12.07.2022
23:53 Google news Sci/Tech Latest organ transplant milestone: Pig hearts to brain-dead patients - USA TODAY

Latest organ transplant milestone: Pig hearts to brain-dead patients  USA TODAYGenetically engineered pig hearts transplanted into dead people  The VergeTesting pig heart transplants in donated bodies  Associated PressPig organ transplants inch closer with testing in the dead  The Associated Press - en EspañolView Full Coverage on Google News

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23:20 ScienceDaily.com Successful heart xenotransplant experiments set protocol for pig-to-human organ transplantation

A team successfully transplanted two genetically engineered pig hearts into recently deceased humans in June and July, marking the latest advances toward addressing the nationwide organ shortage and developing a clinical protocol that would provide an alternative supply of organs for people with life-threatening heart disease.

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22:11 CNN Health Genetically modified pig heart transplanted into deceased recipient, researchers say

A surgical team transplanted a heart from a genetically modified pig into a deceased human as part of a research study, researchers with NYU Langone Health announced Tuesday.

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22:10 NewScientist.Com Modified pig hearts transplanted into dead people kept on life support

Researchers at NYU have successfully transplanted two genetically modified pig hearts into recently deceased humans who were kept on ventilators.

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21:53 Google news Sci/Tech Pig organ transplants inch closer with testing in the dead - The Associated Press - en Español

Pig organ transplants inch closer with testing in the dead  The Associated Press - en EspañolTesting pig heart transplants in donated bodies  Associated PressGenetically engineered pig hearts transplanted into dead people  The VergeNY researchers transplant pig hearts into 2 brain dead patients  WABC-TVLatest organ transplant milestone: Pig hearts to brain-dead patients  USA TODAYView Full Coverage on Google News

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20:02 Google news Sci/Tech Genetically engineered pig hearts transplanted into dead people - The Verge

Genetically engineered pig hearts transplanted into dead people  The VergeTesting pig heart transplants in donated bodies  Associated PressLatest organ transplant milestone: Pig hearts to brain-dead patients  USA TODAYNYC Top Surgeon Performs 2 Revolutionary Pig-to-Human Heart Transplants  NBC New YorkNYC Top Surgeon Performs New, Revolutionary Pig-to-Human Heart Transplants | NBC New York  NBC New YorkView Full Coverage on Google News

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15:33 TechnologyReview.com The Download: Cutting cholesterol with CRISPR, and the James Webb Space Telescope’s first image

This is today’s edition of The Download, our weekday newsletter that provides a daily dose of what’s going on in the world of technology. Edits to a cholesterol gene could stop the biggest killer on earth The news: A volunteer in New Zealand has become the first person to undergo DNA editing in order to lower their…

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09:33 TechInvestorNews.com Singapore’s Mental Health Startup Intellect Raises $10 Million In Funding Round Led By Tiger Global (Jonathan Burgos, Forbes Staff/Forbes Business News)

Jonathan Burgos, Forbes Staff / Forbes Business NewsSingapore’s Mental Health Startup Intellect Raises $10 Million In Funding Round Led By Tiger Global - Singapore-based Intellect has raised an additional $10 million in a Series A extension led by Tiger Global, doubling the total for the investment round to $20 million, which will be used to support the mental health startups expansion plans across the Asia-Pacific region.Singapore-based Intellect has raised an additional $10 million ...

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06:42 News-Medical.Net Can AI-chatbots promote health-lifestyle changes?

Researchers discuss the impact of AI chatbot interventions on a wide range of health behaviors.

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11.07.2022
16:23 Phys.org Biomaterials for kidney organoid–based regenerative therapy

With the discovery of synthetic stem cells, better known as induced pluripotent stem cells, the field or regenerative medicine has been revolutionized. These synthetic stem cells are created by reprogramming adult cells from patients, such as human skin cells, blood cells, or urine cells, toward a pluripotent state—a cell that can become any type of cell in the human body. When forced to be one type of cells, these cells can become tiny versions of organs known as organoids. For his Ph.D. research, Johnick van Sprang developed an artificial nano-environment using next-generation materials based on supramolecular interactions, to control and refine organoid maturation through biomechanical cues.

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15:33 AzoRobotics.com Researchers Begin New Trial Regarding the Use of Robots for Hip Replacement Surgery

As researchers evaluate their use of robots in hip replacement surgery for the first time, their surgical capabilities will be put to the test. The goal is to compare this technology to their...

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12:33 TechnologyReview.com Doctors using AI catch breast cancer more often than either does alone

Radiologists assisted by an AI screen for breast cancer more successfully than they do when they work alone, according to new research. That same AI also produces more accurate results in the hands of a radiologist than it does when operating solo. The large-scale study, published this month in The Lancet Digital Health, is the…

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10.07.2022
23:12 News-Medical.Net Study sheds light on cell type-specific biomarkers of melanoma

A new UC Davis-led study sheds light on cell type-specific biomarkers, or signs, of melanoma. The research was recently published in the Journal of Investigative Dermatology.

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09.07.2022
11:03 Technology.org Stem Cell scientists use mini-kidney models to identify potential drugs for polycystic kidney disease

In a new study in Cell Stem Cell, scientists from the USC laboratory of Andy McMahon generated simple kidney-like structures called

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08.07.2022
19:50 ScienceDaily.com Nanoparticle 'backpacks' restore damaged stem cells

Bioengineers have shown that a new strategy can restore damaged stem cells and enable them to grow new tissues again. The new drug delivery system could help infants born from complicated pregnancies.

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17:13 Nanowerk.com Nanoparticle 'backpacks' restore damaged stem cells

A new strategy can restore damaged stem cells and enable them to grow new tissues again.

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16:43 Phys.org Nanoparticle 'backpacks' restore damaged stem cells

Within a newborn's umbilical cord lie potentially life-saving stem cells that can be used to fight diseases like lymphoma and leukemia. That is why many new parents elect to store ("bank") their infant's stem cell-rich umbilical cord blood. But in the 6–15% of pregnancies affected by gestational diabetes, parents lack this option because the condition damages the stem cells and renders them useless.

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14:52 News-Medical.Net Study aims to determine the advantages of using robots in hip replacement surgery

Robots will have their surgical skills put to the test as researchers trial their use in hip replacement surgery for the first time.

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14:01 Nature.Com Daily briefing: Pig-to-human transplant trials inch closer

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11:03 Technology.org Making CRISPR hype more of a reality

This year we celebrate 10 years of genome editing with CRISPR. The system is often referred to as

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07.07.2022
19:00 Nature.Com Cell-matrix interface regulates dormancy in human colon cancer stem cells

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17:23 Nanowerk.com A potential danger of CRISPR gene editing - and why base editing may be safer

Experimental study in human cells finds large DNA insertions that could increase cancer risk.

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06.07.2022
22:32 News-Medical.Net Researchers challenge centuries-old beliefs about limb regeneration

Ken Muneoka is no stranger to disrupting the field of regeneration; for example, in a 2019 ground-breaking publication in Nature, the Texas A&M University College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences professor proved for the first time that joint regeneration in mammals was possible.

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19:01 Nature.Com Clinical trials for pig-to-human organ transplants inch closer

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19:01 Nature.Com A time-resolved, multi-symbol molecular recorder via sequential genome editing

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18:43 Phys.org A potential danger of CRISPR gene editing—and why base editing may be safer

Gene therapy using CRISPR/Cas9 gene editing is currently in clinical trials around the world for a variety of diseases. A report from Boston Children's Hospital, published June 27 in Nature Communications, warns of a potential, previously undiscovered danger of CRISPR editing.

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18:13 ExtremeTech.com Diablo Immortal Raked in $49 Million in Its First Month

Activision-Blizzard has raked in a whopping $49 million in the game's first month, and it still earns more than a million per day.  The post Diablo Immortal Raked in $49 Million in Its First Month appeared first on ExtremeTech.

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18:03 Phys.org Making CRISPR hype more of a reality

This year, we celebrate 10 years of genome editing with CRISPR. The system is often referred to as molecular scissors, and this designation is quite accurate for its first applications. These short 10 years were marked by stunningly swift development and a great promise to cure thousands of genetic diseases with relative ease—with a single treatment dose that specifically corrects disease-causing DNA mutations in the body's cells. Sickle cell anemia and muscular dystrophy are two such diseases. And indeed, a decade later, we are now delivering on that promise in the form of many therapies currently being tested in human clinical trials.

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15:53 Phys.org Stem cells reveal underpinnings of rare immune disease

A new stem cell study by KAUST researchers helps to explain a rare genetic disease called Wiskott-Aldrich syndrome (WAS), yielding molecular clues that could lead to new treatments for a devastating immune deficiency disorder. The results are published in Nature Communications.

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14:12 NYT Science Cancer Drug Greatly Reduces Deaths in Hospitalized Covid Patients

A new study found that sabizabulin reduced the risk of death by 55 percent, but some experts were cautious about overinterpreting the results.

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14:02 NYT Health Cancer Drug Greatly Reduces Deaths in Hospitalized Covid Patients

A new study found that sabizabulin reduced the risk of death by 55 percent, but some experts were cautious about overinterpreting the results.

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10:43 Phys.org New research challenges long-held beliefs about limb regeneration

Ken Muneoka is no stranger to disrupting the field of regeneration; for example, in a 2019 ground-breaking publication in Nature, the Texas A&M University College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences (CVMBS) professor proved for the first time that joint regeneration in mammals was possible.

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07:52 News-Medical.Net Bone marrow transplants may be an effective treatment for ALS, research suggests

Along with the central nervous system, the immune system may play a fundamental role in Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS), suggesting that bone marrow transplants may be an effective novel treatment for the neurodegenerative disease.

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