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17.06.2022
16:42 Google news Sci/Tech Ingenious Technique Leads to Kids Having Kidney Transplants Without Immune Suppression - ScienceAlert

Ingenious Technique Leads to Kids Having Kidney Transplants Without Immune Suppression  ScienceAlertExperimental Transplant Procedure Allows 3 Kids to Live Without Immune-Suppressing Drugs  GizmodoAlabama siblings with rare disease among first children to get transplant using new technique  AL.comDoctors pull off kidney transplant with no immune-suppressing drugs  The HillMuscle Shoals parents donate kidneys to their children combatting rare genetic disease  WAAYView Full Coverage on Google News

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09:42 Google news Sci/Tech Experimental Transplant Procedure Allows 3 Kids to Live Without Immune-Suppressing Drugs - Gizmodo

Experimental Transplant Procedure Allows 3 Kids to Live Without Immune-Suppressing Drugs  GizmodoIngenious Technique Leads to Kids Having Kidney Transplants Without Immune Suppression  ScienceAlertAlabama siblings with rare disease among first children to get transplant using new technique  AL.comMuscle Shoals parents donate kidneys to their children combatting rare genetic disease  WAAYView Full Coverage on Google News

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04:32 News-Medical.Net Fecal microbiota transplant shows durable effect in treating irritable bowel syndrome

A new study discusses the efficacy of fecal transplant in patients with IBS three years after the procedure was performed.

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03:42 News-Medical.Net Unique 3D printed system for wide-scale production of stem cells

Researchers have developed a unique 3D printed system for harvesting stem cells from bioreactors, offering the potential for high quality, wide-scale production of stem cells in Australia at a lower cost.

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03:32 News-Medical.Net First-of-its-kind technology repairs and regenerates heart muscle cells

Researchers at the University of Houston are reporting a first-of-its-kind technology that not only repairs heart muscle cells in mice but also regenerates them following a heart attack, or myocardial infarction as its medically known.

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00:22 ScienceMag.org Disgraced Italian surgeon convicted of criminal harm to stem cell patient

Swedish court gives Paolo Macchiarini, once hailed as a pioneer in regenerative medicine, a suspended sentence

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16.06.2022
23:30 ScienceDaily.com Biochemistry researchers repair and regenerate heart muscle cells

Researchers are reporting new technology that not only repairs heart muscle cells in mice but also regenerates them following a heart attack, or myocardial infarction as its medically known.

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21:20 ScienceDaily.com New solution for stem cell manufacturing

Researchers have developed a unique 3D printed system for harvesting stem cells from bioreactors.

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21:13 Nanowerk.com A unique 3D printed system for harvesting stem cells from bioreactors

Researchers have developed a unique 3D printed system for harvesting stem cells from bioreactors, offering the potential for high quality, wide-scale production of stem cells at a lower cost.

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17:12 Phys.org Fruit fly stem cells are able to remodel themselves in response to kidney stones

Recent work from Carnegie's Chenhui Wang and Allan Spradling reveals a surprising capability of renal stem cells in fruit flies—remodeling. Their work, which could eventually guide kidney stone treatments, was published by Science Advances.

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14:24 Drugs.com New Approach Cuts Odds for Anal Cancer in People With HIV

THURSDAY, June 16, 2022 -- Treating precancerous anal growths in people with HIV slashes their risk of anal cancer by more than half, according to a new study. Researchers found that treating these growths — called high-grade squamous...

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14:00 NewScientist.Com Children to get CRISPR treatment for sickle cell disease in trial

CRISPR gene-editing trials for treating beta thalassemia and sickle cell disease are being extended to include people under the age of 12 after positive results in older people

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11:22 Phys.org Researchers develop unique 3D printed system for harvesting stem cells from bioreactors

Researchers have developed a unique 3D printed system for harvesting stem cells from bioreactors, offering the potential for high quality, wide-scale production of stem cells in Australia at a lower cost.

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09:03 News-Medical.Net Cryo-electron microscopy structure of SARS-CoV-2 membrane protein

In a recent study posted to the bioRxiv* pre-print server, researchers illustrated the cryo-electron microscopic (cryo-EM) structure of severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) membrane (M) protein in lipid nanodiscs to 3.5 angstroms (Å) resolution.

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15.06.2022
19:52 Medscape.Com How DeepMind Unlocks Medicine's Secrets

Eric Topol speaks with DeepMind CEO Demis Hassabis about harnessing the potential of AI in health and medicine.

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19:10 ScienceDaily.com Cancer clinical trials bounce back after significant COVID-19 disruption: Data from two large US cancer centers

Data from two large cancer centres in the United States have shown that the COVID-19 pandemic caused substantial disruption to clinical trials for cancer treatment and care. After a 46% decrease in new patient accruals, and a 24% decrease in newly activated trials between March and May 2020, a bounceback was seen in 2021. The findings suggest ways of improving the running of clinical trials and improving patients access to them worldwide.

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18:53 Phys.org Highly effective CRISPR-mediated gene editing technique for cultured oysters

The oysters, as the representative bivalve mollusk, are widely distributed and support major aquaculture and fishery industries worldwide. However, oysters are still at an early stage of domestication.

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17:12 AzoRobotics.com Researchers Create AI-Enabled Surgical Robot for Renal Access in Kidney Stone Surgery

Large kidney stones can be removed using the effective, less invasive percutaneous nephrolithotomy (PCNL) technique. Renal access creation is a vital but difficult phase in PCNL that involves...

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16:33 Technology.org Engineers develop tiny robots to bring health care closer to precisely targeted drug delivery

If you’ve ever swallowed the same round tablet in hopes of curing everything from stomach cramps to headaches,

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02:51 News-Medical.Net New protocol can develop safe, efficient pluripotent stem cell-based therapies for macular degeneration

As we age, so do our eyes; most commonly, this involves changes to our vision and new glasses, but there are more severe forms of age-related eye problems.

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02:12 News-Medical.Net Study: Uterine transplantation is an effective, safe method to remedy infertility

Transplanting a uterus is an effective, safe method to remedy infertility when a functioning uterus is lacking.

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00:03 Phys.org Stem cells unraveled: We're one step closer to making organs in a dish

Imagine if you could repair damaged tissue in your organs. That is what stem cell research is working towards, because stem cells have tremendous potential to produce the cells of organs such as the liver, pancreas and intestine.

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14.06.2022
23:53 Phys.org What shedding light on plant growth could mean for cancer

Understanding how plants process light is key to improving crop yields. Light helps plants know when to grow and flower at the right time. Plants find light using proteins called photoreceptors. Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory (CSHL) Assistant Professor Ullas Pedmale's team uncovered how proteins called UBP12 and UBP13 help regulate a photoreceptor called CRY2. Published in Current Biology, their discovery might reveal new ways to control growth—which could have broad applications beyond agriculture.

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21:20 ScienceDaily.com Streamlining stem cells to treat macular degeneration

Scientists have tested and confirmed a protocol for growing human embryonic stem cells into retina cells to treat eye diseases such as age-related macular degeneration.

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21:20 ScienceDaily.com Stem cells unraveled: We're one step closer to making organs in a dish

Using a mouse model, researchers have deciphered an alternative route that certain cells take to make organs and used that knowledge to exploit a new type of stem cells as a potential source of organs in a dish.

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21:20 ScientificAmerican.Com Tiny, Tumbling Origami Robots Could Help with Targeted Drug Delivery

The design’s origami pattern creates the flexibility needed to deliver compounds to specific areas of the body -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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19:52 Google news Sci/Tech Diablo IV won't copy Immortal's game-altering microtransactions - Ars Technica

Diablo IV won't copy Immortal's game-altering microtransactions  Ars TechnicaDiablo IV Won’t Be Anything Like Diablo Immortal, Blizzard Promises  KotakuDiablo 4 Necromancer, PvP, World Boss Gameplay  GameSpot'Diablo 4' will let Necromancers customise their armies  NMEBlizzard promises Diablo 4 won't be monetized like Diablo Immortal  PC GamerView Full Coverage on Google News

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17:50 ScienceDaily.com Automating renal access in kidney stone surgery using AI-enabled surgical robot

Percutaneous nephrolithotomy (PCNL) is an efficient surgical intervention for removing large kidney stones. However, it is a challenging procedure that requires years of training to perform. To meet the need for quick skill-building, scientists have now developed and trialed an artificial intelligence (AI)-enabled robotic device for assisting surgeons in PCNL. Its notable features include ease of use and better accuracy in creating renal access.

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17:50 ScienceDaily.com Uterine transplantation is efficacious and safe, study suggests

Transplanting a uterus is an effective, safe method to remedy infertility when a functioning uterus is lacking. This is the conclusion from a thorough study of uterine transplantation.

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17:33 Phys.org Researchers isolate germline stem cells in protogynous hermaphroditic Monopterus albus

Germline stem cells (GSCs), originating from primordial germ cells (PGCs) during embryogenesis, are a group of unique adult stem cells in gonads that are essential to genetic information transfer.

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13:22 TechnologyReview.com These scientists want to capture more carbon with CRISPR crops

Plants are the original carbon capture factories—and a new research program aims to make them better ones by using gene editing. The Innovative Genomics Institute (IGI), a research group in Berkeley, California, founded by CRISPR co-inventor Jennifer Doudna, has announced a new program to use the revolutionary gene-editing tool on plants to boost their aptitude…

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00:12 ModernHealthCare.com Oracle EHR database plan prompts skepticism from health IT experts

While a national medical records database could prove useful, health IT experts question whether Oracle's plan will run into the same roadblocks the industry has seen the past decade.

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13.06.2022
21:22 Google news Sci/Tech Diablo 4 microtransactions won’t be like Diablo Immortal, Blizzard says - Polygon

Diablo 4 microtransactions won’t be like Diablo Immortal, Blizzard says  PolygonDiablo 4 - Gameplay Overview | Xbox & Bethesda Showcase 2022  IGNDiablo 4 Necromancer, PvP, World Boss Gameplay with Commentary  GameSpotDiablo IV Revives The Necromancer For A 2023 Launch  KotakuDiablo 4 Debuting in 2023, Necromancer Revealed As Final Class - IGN  IGNView Full Coverage on Google News

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17:52 CNN Health How meditation can help with stress, longevity, relationships and more

Meditation has been found to be helpful for improving mental and physical health. But experts are still learning about exactly what processes make those benefits possible for some, but not others.

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16:33 Phys.org New 'decision aid' for CRISPR immune responses

Friend or foe? Immune systems constantly face this question. They must recognize and clear foreign invaders without eliciting autoimmunity. Prokaryotic CRISPR-Cas systems recognize invaders based on genetic sequence. But what happens if the host genome shares the same sequences? A research team from the Helmholtz Institute in Würzburg in cooperation with the North Carolina State University (U.S.) has now discovered a control mechanism exhibited by CRISPR-Cas systems that use Cas13 nucleases. These systems only trigger an extensive immune response if the concentration of the target RNA exceeds a certain threshold. This discovery opens new opportunities for the use of CRISPR-Cas13 in the treatment of hereditary and infectious diseases. The scientists have published their findings in the journal Cell Host & Microbe.

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12:03 Technology.org A New CRISPR-based map ties every human gene to its function

The Human Genome Project was an ambitious initiative to sequence every piece of human DNA. The project drew

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07:13 News-Medical.Net Stem cell-based therapy shows potential to provide blood sugar control in patients with high-risk type 1 diabetes

An investigative stem cell-based therapy called PEC-Direct, designed to act as a replacement pancreas, has the potential to provide blood sugar control in patients with high-risk type 1 diabetes, suggests a clinical study presented Saturday, June 11 at ENDO 2022, the Endocrine Society's annual meeting in Atlanta, Ga.

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12.06.2022
11:02 Technology.org Regenerating the heart after an attack

Heart attacks are damaging, and the severity depends on how long blood flow has been interrupted; when temporarily

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10.06.2022
23:02 Google news Sci/Tech New CRISPR-based map ties every human gene to its function - MIT News

New CRISPR-based map ties every human gene to its function  MIT NewsView Full Coverage on Google News

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19:33 TechInvestorNews.com Oracle plans US database for electronic health records (webmaster@theregister.co.uk (Lindsay Clark)/The Register)

webmaster@theregister.co.uk (Lindsay Clark) / The RegisterOracle plans US database for electronic health records - Based in the Big Red cloud, the system will suck up records from hospitals and physicians, says CTO Larry Ellison Oracle is planning to build a national database of individuals health records for the whole United States following its $28.3 billion acquisition of electronic health records specialist Cerner. ...

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19:10 ScienceDaily.com How 'green islands' help forests regenerate after fire

A new study characterizes the role of fire refugia -- the green islands of live trees that remain after forest fires -- in forest regeneration following large and severe fires in the High Cascade mountains of Oregon and Washington. The results of this study can help determine when human intervention in the form of tree replanting is warranted, when it isn't, where replanting efforts should be targeted and what species should be prioritized. This is important to know since overplanting can be needlessly expensive and actually place forests at increased risk of future fires.

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17:03 AzoRobotics.com Insilico Medicine Utilizes Robots in Drug Discovery Programs

Pharma.AI is an end-to-end AI-driven drug discovery system created by Insilico Medicine. The system gains its strength from the quantity and quality of its data. Image Credit: Shutterstock.com/...

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17:03 AzoRobotics.com Novel Medical Robotic Apparatus for Detecting Blockages in the Heart

A multidisciplinary group of electronic systems and robotics engineers, working in partnership with materials scientists and cardiologists, has created a medical robotic system that employs an...

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15:33 Technology.org Stem-cell models reveal glaucoma secrets

Stem cell models of the retina and optic nerve have been used to identify previously unknown genetic markers

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06:40 ScienceDaily.com Artificial intelligence reveals a never-before described 3D structure in rotavirus spike protein

The tip of rotavirus B spike protein is not only totally different from the corresponding structure in rotavirus A and C, but also no other protein before had been reported to have this structure.

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04:31 News-Medical.Net Alternative remedy to conventional root canals would regenerate lost tooth pulp

Each year, dentists in the United States perform more than 15 million root canals on infected teeth, removing the inflamed pulp and filling the emptied canal with inert materials such as rubber and cement. What remains is a mineral shell in place of a living tooth.

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02:52 ModernHealthCare.com Oracle's Larry Ellison outlines health strategy for Cerner

Oracle's "primary mission" is creating a new health management system that aims to improve patient outcomes, inform public health policy and lower costs, co-founder Larry Ellison said.

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02:52 News-Medical.Net Artificial intelligence-based computational program predicts the 3D structure of rotavirus spike protein

Of the three groups of rotavirus that cause gastroenteritis in people, called groups A, B and C, groups A and C affect mostly children and are the best characterized.

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09.06.2022
23:23 Phys.org New study shows how 'green islands' help forests regenerate after fire

Thanks to climate change, high-elevation forests in the Central Cascade mountains of the Pacific Northwest are burning more frequently and expansively than in the recent past, prompting researchers and fire managers to question whether forests will be able to recover from these emerging fire patterns and whether they will require human assistance to do so.

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21:20 NewScientist.Com Experimental umbilical cord stem cell therapy treats rare disease

A girl with a rare disorder can now breathe more easily after receiving transfusions of a liquid that her sister's umbilical cord stem cells were grown in

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19:23 Phys.org Artificial intelligence reveals a never-before described 3D structure in rotavirus spike protein

Of the three groups of rotavirus that cause gastroenteritis in people, called groups A, B and C, groups A and C affect mostly children and are the best characterized. On the other hand, of group B, which causes severe diarrhea predominantly in adults, little is known about the tip of the virus's spike protein, called VP8* domain, which mediates the infection of cells in the gut.

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19:03 Nanowerk.com Researchers use CRISPR technology to create map tying every human gene to its function

Scientists used their single-cell sequencing tool Perturb-seq on every expressed gene in the human genome, linking each to its job in the cell and creating a free resource for other researchers.

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18:13 Phys.org Researchers use biomolecule-loaded metal-organic frameworks nanopatterns to aid artificial stem cell differentiation

Stem cells are essentially our body's raw materials—cells that give rise to all other cells and tissues with specialized functions. The conversion into specific cells occurs through a process called "differentiation," in which stem cells divide to form daughter cells. This lends itself to practical applications in regenerative therapy, where functional healthy cells generated from stem cells can be used to cure injuries and cellular damages in our body.

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18:03 Phys.org Multi-scale imaging confirms protein's role in neuronal structure, dynamics

Protein structures are typically determined by studying them in their purified form, outside the busy inner workings of the cell, and because of this, their biological relevance is often called into question. In a new study by Penn State College of Medicine researchers, the long-observed protein structure cofilactin, a form of the filamentous protein actin that contains numerous connections to cofilin proteins, was shown to be a major component of neuronal growth cone filopodia—small dynamic "antennae" at the tips of growing neurons.

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18:03 Phys.org Researchers use CRISPR technology to create map tying every human gene to its function

The Human Genome Project was an ambitious initiative to sequence every piece of human DNA. The project drew together collaborators from research institutions around the world, including Whitehead Institute, and was finally completed in 2003. Now, over two decades later, Whitehead Institute Member Jonathan Weissman and colleagues have gone beyond the sequence to present the first comprehensive functional map of genes that are expressed in human cells. The data from this project, published online June 9 in Cell, ties each gene to its job in the cell, and is the culmination of years of collaboration on the single-cell sequencing method Perturb-seq.

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17:10 ScienceDaily.com Stem cell research reveals detailed genetic roadmap of glaucoma

A new, detailed genetic roadmap of glaucoma will help researchers develop new drugs to combat the disease, by identifying potential target areas to stall or reverse vision loss.

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14:02 Google news Health Medical Miracle: A breakthrough in Cancer cure | International News | English News | WION - WION

Medical Miracle: A breakthrough in Cancer cure | International News | English News | WION  WIONEvery cancer patient enters remission after drug trial, study reveals  Yahoo! VoicesSmall cancer drug trial sees tumors disappear in 100 percent of patients  The Washington Post‘I never seen anything like this before,’ says doc in groundbreaking successful cancer trial  SILive.comDostarlimab, the miracle drug that has been shown to cure colon cancer  Marca EnglishView Full Coverage on Google News

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14:02 Google news Sci/Tech Medical Miracle: A breakthrough in Cancer cure | International News | English News | WION - WION

Medical Miracle: A breakthrough in Cancer cure | International News | English News | WION  WIONEvery cancer patient enters remission after drug trial, study reveals  Yahoo! VoicesSmall cancer drug trial sees tumors disappear in 100 percent of patients  The Washington Post‘I never seen anything like this before,’ says doc in groundbreaking successful cancer trial  SILive.comDostarlimab, the miracle drug that has been shown to cure colon cancer  Marca EnglishView Full Coverage on Google News

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11:41 CNN Health Do optimists live longer? Of course they do

Keeping a positive outlook may lengthen life, even into the 90s, a new study finds.

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07:51 News-Medical.Net Stem cell models help determine previously unknown genetic markers of glaucoma

Stem cell models of the retina and optical nerve have been used to identify previously unknown genetic markers of glaucoma, in research jointly led by scientists from the Garvan Institute of Medical Research, the University of Melbourne, and the Centre for Eye Research Australia.

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07:51 News-Medical.Net Insilico Medicine plans to launch a fully automated AI-driven robotics lab for drug discovery

Insilico Medicine's end-to-end AI-driven drug discovery platform, Pharma.AI, draws its strength from the quality and quantity of its data. As Insilico scientific advisory board member and Nobel Prize laureate in chemistry Dr. Michael Levitt has said, Insilico's platform capitalizes on the ability of artificial intelligence to take vast amounts of data from many different components and find patterns and make predictions that can point the way to new life-saving medications.

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03:53 News-Medical.Net Discovery of small protein’s structure could lead to new therapies for neurological disorders

Scientists have, for the first time, revealed at the atomic level the structure of a protein that carries one of the body's most important neurotransmitters into neurons.

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03:21 News-Medical.Net Higher levels of optimism may promote health and longevity in diverse racial and ethnic groups

Higher levels of optimism were associated with longer lifespan and living beyond age 90 in women across racial and ethnic groups in a study led by researchers at Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health.

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08.06.2022
20:50 ScienceDaily.com First-ever elucidation of a small protein's structure could signal help for those with epilepsy and other disorders

Scientists elucidate, for the first time, the structure of the GABA transporter 1 (GAT-1) protein using cryogenic electron microscopy. The findings could lead to new, better treatments for neurological disorders such as anxiety, autism spectrum disorder, schizophrenia and Parkinson's disease.

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19:43 TechInvestorNews.com IBM CEO explains why he offloaded Watson Health: Not enough domain expertise (webmaster@theregister.co.uk (Paul Kunert)/The Register)

webmaster@theregister.co.uk (Paul Kunert) / The RegisterIBM CEO explains why he offloaded Watson Health: Not enough domain expertise - You need doctors and nurse practitioners to speak to Watson Health buyers. Thats not IBMs go-to-market field force IBM chairman and CEO Arvind Krishna says it offloaded Watson Health this year because it doesnt have the requisite vertical expertise in the healthcare sector. ...

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18:42 Phys.org Ketogenic diet helps mouse muscle stem cells survive stress, study finds

Fasting sends muscle stem cells into a deep resting state that slows muscle repair but also makes them more resistant to stress, according to a Stanford Medicine study of laboratory mice.

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17:53 Google news Health Rectal cancer: researchers hail ‘breakthrough’ experimental treatment - The Guardian

Rectal cancer: researchers hail ‘breakthrough’ experimental treatment  The GuardianHere's who could be helped after new cancer drug — and when  New York Post Drug Being Tested Vanishes Cancer for All Patients in Clinical Trials, Resulting in Massive Breakthrough  Yahoo EntertainmentCancer in all patients vanishes in new U.S drug trial; 'First time in history'  Hindustan TimesView Full Coverage on Google News

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17:53 Google news Sci/Tech Rectal cancer: researchers hail ‘breakthrough’ experimental treatment - The Guardian

Rectal cancer: researchers hail ‘breakthrough’ experimental treatment  The GuardianHere's who could be helped after new cancer drug — and when  New York Post Drug Being Tested Vanishes Cancer for All Patients in Clinical Trials, Resulting in Massive Breakthrough  Yahoo EntertainmentCancer in all patients vanishes in new U.S drug trial; 'First time in history'  Hindustan TimesView Full Coverage on Google News

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07:31 MedicalNewsToday.com World's first: Doctors successfully transplant human liver treated in a machine

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07:22 News-Medical.Net Axol Bioscience introduces CiPA-validated human stem cell-derived ventricular cardiomyocytes to help improve drug discovery

Axol Bioscience Ltd. (Axol), an established provider of iPSC-derived cells, media, and characterization services for life science discovery, today announced that its human induced pluripotent stem cell (iPSC)-derived ventricular cardiomyocytes have undergone comprehensive in vitro pro-arrhythmia assay (CiPA) validation.

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05:02 Google news Health Experts weigh in on who could be helped after new cancer drug breakthrough — and when - New York Post

Experts weigh in on who could be helped after new cancer drug breakthrough — and when  New York Post 'Tumors just vanished': Cancer patients now in remission after drug trial  CNNEvery cancer patient enters remission after drug trial, study reveals  New York Post NYC Cancer Trial Delivers 'Unheard-of' Result: Complete Remission for Everyone | News 4 Now  NBC New YorkView Full Coverage on Google News

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05:02 Google news Sci/Tech Experts weigh in on who could be helped after new cancer drug breakthrough — and when - New York Post

Experts weigh in on who could be helped after new cancer drug breakthrough — and when  New York Post 'Tumors just vanished': Cancer patients now in remission after drug trial  CNNEvery cancer patient enters remission after drug trial, study reveals  New York Post NYC Cancer Trial Delivers 'Unheard-of' Result: Complete Remission for Everyone | News 4 Now  NBC New YorkView Full Coverage on Google News

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04:53 ExtremeTech.com Pay-To-Win Mechanics Are Turning Fans Against Diablo Immortal

Diablo Immortal was announced amid jeering and furious memes, but the game enjoyed a positive vibe when it was finally released last week. However, as more gamers plow through the story, they're finding it harder to avoid the dreaded microtransactions. The post Pay-To-Win Mechanics Are Turning Fans Against Diablo Immortal appeared first on ExtremeTech.

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04:02 News-Medical.Net Ketogenic diet promotes muscle stem cell resilience but slows injury repair in mice

Fasting sends muscle stem cells into a deep resting state that slows muscle repair but also makes them more resistant to stress, according to a Stanford Medicine study of laboratory mice.

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00:12 Google news Sci/Tech Diablo Immortal's director comments on microtransaction 'misinformation' | VGC - Video Games Chronicle

Diablo Immortal's director comments on microtransaction 'misinformation' | VGC  Video Games ChronicleStreamer Spends Nearly $4,000 on Diablo Immortal and Doesn't Get Any 5 Star Legendary Gems  GameRant'Diablo Immortal' review: devilishly fun before the grind  NME6 Improvements Blizzard Needs To Make To The Diablo Immortal PC Beta  MMORPG.comDiablo Immortal system requirements, PC performance and the best settings to use  Rock Paper ShotgunView Full Coverage on Google News

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07.06.2022
20:50 ScienceDaily.com Mouse study shows gene therapy may correct creatine deficiency disorder

A new study in mice finds that a gene therapy appears to correct a rare creatine deficiency disorder that commonly results in intellectual disabilities, problems with speech, involuntary movements and recurrent seizures.

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19:13 Google news Health This breakthrough drug trial saw cancer vanish in every patient - Euronews

This breakthrough drug trial saw cancer vanish in every patient  Euronews'Tumors just vanished': Cancer patients now in remission after drug trial  CNNCancer Drug Makes History as Rectal Tumors Vanish in All Trial Participants  NewsweekA Cancer Trial's Unexpected Result: Remission in Every Patient  Yahoo! VoicesEvery cancer patient enters remission after drug trial, study reveals  New York Post View Full Coverage on Google News

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19:13 Google news Sci/Tech This breakthrough drug trial saw cancer vanish in every patient - Euronews

This breakthrough drug trial saw cancer vanish in every patient  Euronews'Tumors just vanished': Cancer patients now in remission after drug trial  CNNCancer Drug Makes History as Rectal Tumors Vanish in All Trial Participants  NewsweekA Cancer Trial's Unexpected Result: Remission in Every Patient  Yahoo! VoicesEvery cancer patient enters remission after drug trial, study reveals  New York Post View Full Coverage on Google News

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16:53 Nanowerk.com Emerging 4D printing technologies for biomedical applications

Although 4D printing is considered very promising for various biomedical applications - such as tissue scaffolds, neural scaffolds, grafts and stents, cardiac patches and valves, even bionic constructs - its broad-scale adoption for clinical use and tissue engineering purposes is complicated by a notable limitation of printable smart materials and the simplistic nature of achievable responses possible with current sources of stimulation. Nevertheless, 4D printing may offer a more favorable fabrication approach over 3D printing, as 4D constructs can respond to internal and/or external stimuli.

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16:33 ExtremeTech.com Pay-To-Win Mechanics Are Turning Fans Against Diablo Immortal

Diablo Immortal was announced amid jeering and furious memes, but the game enjoyed a positive vibe when it was finally released last week. However, as more gamers plow through the story, they're finding it harder to avoid the dreaded microtransactions. The post Pay-To-Win Mechanics Are Turning Fans Against Diablo Immortal appeared first on ExtremeTech.

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15:23 AzoRobotics.com Pioneering Robot Spikelangelo Acts as a Pediatric Art Therapist at Cook Children’s Medical Center

ST Robotics proudly announces that one of its robots has been developed by artist and roboticist Pindar Van Arman and Cook Children's Medical Center for the groundbreaking application of helping...

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15:13 TechnologyReview.com The Download: Saudi Arabia’s $1 billion plan to slow aging, and global energy turmoil

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. Saudi Arabia plans to spend $1 billion a year discovering treatments to slow aging Anyone who has more money than they know what to do with eventually tries to cure aging. Google founder…

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14:43 TechnologyReview.com Saudi Arabia plans to spend $1 billion a year discovering treatments to slow aging

Anyone who has more money than they know what to do with eventually tries to cure aging. Google founder Larry Page has tried it. Jeff Bezos has tried it. Tech billionaires Larry Ellison and Peter Thiel have tried it. Now the kingdom of Saudi Arabia, which has about as much money as all of them…

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03:22 News-Medical.Net Three-drug therapy with autologous stem cell transplant improves progression-free survival for multiple myeloma patients

Patients with multiple myeloma who have been treated with a three-drug combination therapy have a growing number of choices for subsequent treatment. Results of a new study led by researchers at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute can help patients and their physicians weigh benefits and risks of each option.

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03:11 Medscape.Com Stem Cell Transplants Promising So Far in Type 1 Diabetes

A second patient who received Vertex's VX-880 has experienced glycemic improvements, whereas the first one is completely insulin-independent.

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00:12 Rejuvenation Research Plasma Proteomic Signature of Cellular Senescence and Markers of Biological Aging Among Postmenopausal Women

Rejuvenation Research, Ahead of Print.

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06.06.2022
19:53 Google news Sci/Tech Diablo Immortal faces a backlash as Metacritic user score drops to Blizzard's third lowest ever | VGC - Video Games Chronicle

Diablo Immortal faces a backlash as Metacritic user score drops to Blizzard's third lowest ever | VGC  Video Games ChronicleMicrotransactions in Diablo Immortal: How much does it cost to fully gear up in the game?  SportskeedaDiablo Immortal: The Biggest Fixes The Game Needs  GameRantDiablo Immortal wants $110,000 to fully gear up a single character  Android PoliceDiablo Immortal gets off to a bad start with widespread bugs and pay-to-win complaints  GamesradarView Full Coverage on Google News

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18:03 Google news Health 'Great Optimism' Over Complete Responses in dMMR Rectal Cancer - Medscape

'Great Optimism' Over Complete Responses in dMMR Rectal Cancer  MedscapeSmall Study on Rectal Cancer Results in Remission in Every Patient  The New York TimesNYC Cancer Trial Delivers ‘Unheard-of' Result: Complete Remission for Everyone  NBC New YorkPharmalittle: Cancer drug trial yields remission in every patient; Novartis data hacked by extortionists  STATInternational Trial Finds Best Regimen for Ewing Sarcoma  MedscapeView Full Coverage on Google News

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18:03 Google news Sci/Tech 'Great Optimism' Over Complete Responses in dMMR Rectal Cancer - Medscape

'Great Optimism' Over Complete Responses in dMMR Rectal Cancer  MedscapeSmall Study on Rectal Cancer Results in Remission in Every Patient  The New York TimesNYC Cancer Trial Delivers ‘Unheard-of' Result: Complete Remission for Everyone  NBC New YorkPharmalittle: Cancer drug trial yields remission in every patient; Novartis data hacked by extortionists  STATInternational Trial Finds Best Regimen for Ewing Sarcoma  MedscapeView Full Coverage on Google News

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17:10 SingularityHub.Com New CRISPR Tool Protects Against Viruses Without Making Any DNA Cuts

When CRISPR first burst onto the biotech scene, it rose to fame for its precise cutting prowess—break a target DNA strand, silence a gene. But the tool came with hiccups. While far more efficient than previous tools for tinkering with the genome, CRISPR-Cas9 was at its core a genetic butcher. To edit a gene, the […]

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14:02 CNN Health How 'lab-grown' meat could help the planet and our health

Cultivated meat is made from animals cells, not livestock. Here's how it's made, where the US stands on approval and how it could affect human and environmental health.

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12:33 Google news Sci/Tech ‘Diablo Immortal’ is unplayable on some Samsung phones with Exynos chipsets - Engadget

‘Diablo Immortal’ is unplayable on some Samsung phones with Exynos chipsets  EngadgetMicrotransactions in Diablo Immortal: How much does it cost to fully gear up in the game?  SportskeedaDiablo Immortal: The Biggest Fixes The Game Needs  GameRantDiablo Immortal guide: How to change the in-game difficulty  SportskeedaView Full Coverage on Google News

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07:21 News-Medical.Net CRISPR-based diagnostics for SARS-CoV-2 detection

In a recent study posted to the Journal of Biochemical and Molecular Toxicology, researchers reviewed clustered regularly interspaced short palindromic repeats (CRISPR)-based diagnostics for detecting severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2).

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05.06.2022
20:33 Google news Sci/Tech It costs £88000 to fully upgrade your character in Diablo Immortal - Eurogamer.net

It costs £88000 to fully upgrade your character in Diablo Immortal  Eurogamer.netIt Costs $110,000 to Fully Gear-Up in Diablo Immortal  GameRantDiablo Immortal rocks on the powerful Galaxy S22 Ultra  Digital TrendsLoot boxes and game publishers could soon be in for more scrutiny from EU  Android PoliceMaxing out a Diablo Immortal character could reportedly cost 'up to $110000' | VGC  Video Games ChronicleView Full Coverage on Google News

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20:22 Google news Sci/Tech Maxing out a Diablo Immortal character could reportedly cost 'up to $110000' | VGC - Video Games Chronicle

Maxing out a Diablo Immortal character could reportedly cost 'up to $110000' | VGC  Video Games ChronicleIt Costs $110,000 to Fully Gear-Up in Diablo Immortal  GameRantIt costs £88000 to fully upgrade your character in Diablo Immortal  Eurogamer.netDiablo Immortal rocks on the powerful Galaxy S22 Ultra  Digital TrendsLoot boxes and game publishers could soon be in for more scrutiny from EU  Android PoliceView Full Coverage on Google News

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04.06.2022
13:03 Technology.org Researchers show that mutations in DNA can be corrected with the short-term expression of gene editing tools

The most common mutation in the human genome is the C>T mutation, which causes half of all genetic

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08:32 News-Medical.Net Research may help move bone regeneration research from laboratories to medical use

Your chance of breaking a bone sometime within the next year is nearly 4%. If you're unlucky enough to need a bone replacement, it'll probably be based on a metal part.

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02:20 ScienceDaily.com Fecal transplant throws new light on inflammatory bowel disease

Inflammatory bowel disease is accompanied by a number of changes in the intestines, such as a change in epithelial permeability, a change in the composition of the microorganisms, and altered levels of antimicrobial substances that are secreted by cells lining the gut. Finding out whether changes are a cause or an effect of the inflammation is difficult. Microbiologists have now teased out the causal chain leading to inflammation.

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01:22 Google news Sci/Tech 'Diablo Immortal' Takes Microtransactions To New, Terrifying Heights - Defector

'Diablo Immortal' Takes Microtransactions To New, Terrifying Heights  DefectorDiablo Immortal reveals Diablo as the slot machine it always was  PolygonDiablo Immortal Is The Top Game In The iOS App Store As Players Up In Arms Over Monetization  MMORPG.comWhat's the best class in Diablo Immortal?  SportskeedaDiablo Immortal Best Class: What is the best starting, solo and PvP class?  VG247View Full Coverage on Google News

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03.06.2022
23:02 Google news Sci/Tech Surgeons Transplanted a Lab-Grown Ear From Patient's Own Cells in Early Clinical Trial - ScienceAlert

Surgeons Transplanted a Lab-Grown Ear From Patient's Own Cells in Early Clinical Trial  ScienceAlertWoman receives 3D-printed ear made of human cells  CBS New YorkWoman Is First To Get 3D Printed Ear Made of Human Cells — Eat This Not That  Eat This, Not That!Surgeons transplant 3D ear made of living cells in the US  Khaleej TimesView Full Coverage on Google News

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