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24.05.2022
00:32 TechInvestorNews.com Researchers are using Google’s app to study the effect of phones on mental health ((Mitchell Clark)/The Verge)

(Mitchell Clark) / The VergeResearchers are using Google’s app to study the effect of phones on mental health - Illustration by Alex Castro / The Verge The University of Oregon is doing a study on the effect phones have on mental health, using Googles Health Studies app. The goal of the study is to see how people are actually using their phones and how that affects their well-being. A ...

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23.05.2022
22:32 FierceBiotech.com Precision BioSciences makes case for 2 gene editing programs over CRISPR with preclinical data

Precision BioSciences makes case for 2 gene editing programs over CRISPR with preclinical data mbayer Mon, 05/23/2022 - 11:10

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22:13 Phys.org New 'CRISPR-Combo' method boosts genome editing power in plants

Ten years ago, a new technology called CRISPR-CAS9, made it possible for scientists to change the genetic code of living organisms. As revolutionary as it was, the tool had its limitations. Like the first cell phones that could only perform one function, the original CRISPR method can perform one function: removing or replacing genes in a genetic sequence. Later iterations of CRISPR were developed for another function that allowed scientists to change gene expression by turning them on or off, without removing them from the genome. But each of these functions could only be performed independently in plants.

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21:10 ScienceDaily.com Gene-edited tomatoes could be a new source of vitamin D

Tomatoes gene-edited to produce vitamin D, the sunshine vitamin, could be a simple and sustainable innovation to address a global health problem.

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20:50 CNN Health Tomatoes have been gene edited to provide more vitamin D

Scientists have made tomatoes that produce vitamin D by using CRISPR gene-editing technology. Many people around the world are deficient in vitamin D, and the tomatoes could represent a new dietary source of vitamin D3, which is particularly important to those on plant-based diets.

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20:17 NewScientist.Com Gene-edited tomato offers new plant-based source of vitamin D

Vegans may see the tomatoes as a new way to get more vitamin D because Lichen-sourced vitamin D3 supplements are the only existing vegan option

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19:38 Phys.org Gene-edited tomatoes could be a new source of vitamin D

Tomatoes gene-edited to produce vitamin D, the sunshine vitamin, could be a simple and sustainable innovation to address a global health problem.

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18:55 Nature.Com Gene-edited tomatoes could provide new source of vitamin D

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18:26 BBC Health Gene-edited tomatoes could soon be sold in England

A bill is to be introduced in Parliament in two days' time to allow the commercial growing of gene-edited crops in England.

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15:06 News-Medical.Net Study: Liver transplants from drug overdose donors increased in the pandemic's first year

Liver transplants from drug overdose donors rose significantly in the pandemic's first year, helping keep the number of liver transplants in the U.S. stable despite COVID-19 disruptions, according to a study to be presented at Digestive Disease Week 2022.

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14:16 News-Medical.Net The design of immunogens for the SARS-CoV-2 spike protein using structure-guided epitope grafting and scaffolding methods

Researchers designed an efficient vaccine design against SARS-CoV-2 infections.

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10:42 BBC Health HRT shortage: 'Safe alternatives' may be offered in Northern Ireland

It is in response to concerns regarding the shortage of some hormone replacement therapy products.

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10:33 Technology.org New method revolutionizes cancer diagnosis

How does cancer arise? How does cellular composition influence tumor malignancy? These questions are profound and challenging to

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22.05.2022
10:33 Technology.org Artificial intelligence predicts patients’ race from their medical images

Study shows AI can identify self-reported race from medical images that contain no indications of race detectable by

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21.05.2022
03:21 BBC Health HRT swaps to fix supply shortage for UK women

Pharmacists will be able to give suitable replacement products, without needing a brand new prescription.

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20.05.2022
20:22 News-Medical.Net Molecular target discovery opens new pathways for developing effective anti-angiogenic cancer therapy

Researchers with The Ohio State University Comprehensive Cancer Center – Arthur G. James Cancer Hospital and Richard J. Solove Research Institute have identified a new molecular drug target that could result in new cancer drugs with fewer side effects.

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20:13 News-Medical.Net Study outlines risk factors for autoimmune hepatitis after liver transplant

A multicenter study performed by a large international consortium that includes UT Southwestern has outlined a set of risk factors and outcomes for patients with autoimmune hepatitis (AIH) that recurs after liver transplantation.

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19:40 NewScientist.Com Stem cells levitated using sound form spherical clumps

When researchers used sound to levitate stem cells, they found that the cells formed into spheres. The method could be used for growing tissues for transplants

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19:33 TechInvestorNews.com Intelligent Drug-Releasing Contact Lenses Could Help Treat Glaucoma (Adrianna Nine/ExtremeTech)

Adrianna Nine / ExtremeTechIntelligent Drug-Releasing Contact Lenses Could Help Treat Glaucoma - Surprisingly, the inventors of the lenses say theyre actually comfortable to wear. The post Intelligent Drug-Releasing Contact Lenses Could Help Treat Glaucoma appeared first on ExtremeTech. (Photo: Harpreet Singh/Unsplash)A new type of contact lenses capable of detecting pressure build-up and releasing drug reserves could be used to treat glaucoma. Glaucomawhich ...

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17:33 FierceBiotech.com Not an 'excellent outcome' for Athersys stock as stem cell therapy misses endpoint in Japanese trial

Not an 'excellent outcome' for Athersys stock as stem cell therapy misses endpoint in Japanese trial jwaldron Fri, 05/20/2022 - 09:45

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17:33 FierceBiotech.com 100% overall survival data for gene therapy fuel Rocket for flight to regulators

100% overall survival data for gene therapy fuel Rocket for flight to regulators aarmstrong Fri, 05/20/2022 - 09:41

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17:33 ExtremeTech.com Intelligent Drug-Releasing Contact Lenses Could Help Treat Glaucoma

Surprisingly, the inventors of the lenses say they're actually comfortable to wear. The post Intelligent Drug-Releasing Contact Lenses Could Help Treat Glaucoma appeared first on ExtremeTech.

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16:43 Phys.org How one of the X chromosomes in female embryonic stem cells is silenced

In most mammals, females have two X chromosomes and males have one X and one Y chromosome in each of their cells. To avoid a double dose of X-linked genes in females, one of the Xs is silenced early in the developmental process. This silencing is critical, yet how it happens has been relatively mysterious. Two new U-M studies reveal more about this silencing process and insights that could improve stem cell research.

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15:53 Google news Sci/Tech Multiversus hands-on: Finally, a compelling Smash Bros. clone - Ars Technica

Multiversus hands-on: Finally, a compelling Smash Bros. clone  Ars TechnicaMultiVersus Preview - Our First Hands-On With the Technical Alpha  IGNMultiVersus is a shockingly good fighting game with tanks, supports, and counters  PC GamerMultiVersus Is More Than Just A Smash Bros. Clone  GameSpotMultiVersus is a shameless mashup of Space Jam and Smash Bros. — and it works  The VergeView Full Coverage on Google News

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13:42 News-Medical.Net Scientists explore mortality among women on hormone replacement therapy early in COVID-19 pandemic

A new study assessed the association of hormone replacement therapy or the use of the combined oral contraceptive pill with mortality among women with a previous history of COVID-19.

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10:43 Technology.org AI can help doctors work faster – but trust is crucial

For artificial intelligence (AI) to be helpful within healthcare, people and machines must work effectively together. A new

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04:01 News-Medical.Net Male pheromones may be the fountain of youth for aging females' eggs

Male pheromones just might be the fountain of youth for aging female animals' eggs, according to a new Northwestern University study.

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00:50 Nature.Com First pig kidneys transplanted into people: what scientists think

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19.05.2022
23:40 ScienceDaily.com CRISPR-based strategy edits multiple genes and could treat polygenic diseases

Engineers introduce DAP, a streamlined CRISPR-based technology that can perform many genome edits at once to address polygenic diseases caused by more than one glitch.

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22:40 ScienceDaily.com how one of the X chromosomes in female embryonic stem cells is silenced

In most mammals, females have two X chromosomes and males have one X and one Y chromosome in each of their cells. To avoid a double dose of X-linked genes in females, one of the Xs is silenced early in the developmental process. This silencing is critical, yet how it happens has been relatively mysterious. Two new studies reveal more about this silencing process and insights that could improve stem cell research.

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22:13 FierceBiotech.com XACT's needle-guiding robot scores FDA clearance for ablation procedures

XACT's needle-guiding robot scores FDA clearance for ablation procedures chale Thu, 05/19/2022 - 11:11

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21:12 MedicalNewsToday.com Parkinson’s: Promising stem cell treatment reverses symptoms in rodents

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20:21 News-Medical.Net Islet cell transplant program offers an effective treatment for patients with hard-to-control Type 1 diabetes

After 20 years of perfecting their technique, the team behind the largest islet cell transplant program in the world reports the procedure is a safe, reliable and life-changing treatment for people with hard-to-control diabetes.

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19:13 AzoRobotics.com Research Focus on the Impact of Continuing to Develop New Robotic Surgical Systems

An initial study published in The Journal of Urology®, an International Journal of the American Urological Association (AUA), says that a novel surgical robotic system is “feasible, safe,...

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18:42 Phys.org 'Drive-and-process' gene editing array casts a wide net to fix mutations

A genome-editing strategy developed at Rice University can correct dozens of errors at the same time with high precision and efficiency, a possible breakthrough for those who suffer from diseases caused by a combination of mutations.

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18:40 ScienceDaily.com Islet transplant: Changing lives for people with diabetes

Medical researchers report long-term results showing the islet transplant treatment is safe and reliable for helping people with hard-to-control diabetes stabilize their blood sugar.

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18:10 ScienceDaily.com Scientists develop 'off the shelf' engineered stem cells to treat aggressive brain cancer

Investigators have devised a novel therapeutic method for treating glioblastomas post-surgery by using stem cells taken from healthy donors engineered to attack GBM-specific tumor cells. This strategy demonstrated profound efficacy in preclinical models of GBM, with 100 percent of mice living over 90 days after treatment.

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18:03 FierceBiotech.com Brain-computer interface zooms ahead in helping paralysis patient drive again

Brain-computer interface zooms ahead in helping paralysis patient drive again apark Thu, 05/19/2022 - 10:13

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16:02 News-Medical.Net Using 'off-the-shelf' engineered stem cell based therapy for treating glioblastomas post-surgery

Glioblastomas (GBMs) are highly aggressive cancerous tumors of the brain and spinal cord. Brain cancers like GBM are challenging to treat because many cancer therapeutics cannot pass through the blood-brain barrier, and more than 90 percent of GBM tumors return after being surgically removed, despite surgery and subsequent chemo- and radiation therapy being the most successful way to treat the disease.

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13:03 FierceBiotech.com J&J-backed Locus closes $35M financing to push CRISPR-based antibacterial drug into phase 2/3

J&J-backed Locus closes $35M financing to push CRISPR-based antibacterial drug into phase 2/3 gmasson Wed, 05/18/2022 - 15:08

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12:43 Nanowerk.com Scientists develop 'off the shelf' engineered stem cells to treat aggressive brain cancer

Investigators uncovered a diagnostic method to identify receptors on cancer cells in the blood, then engineered a cell-based therapy to target and kill tumor cells in the brain, paving the way to clinical testing.

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06:51 News-Medical.Net Immunity conferred by COVID-19 vaccines in solid organ transplant recipients

In a recent study posted to the medRxiv* preprint server, researchers estimated the humoral immunity imparted by the two/three doses of the severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) vaccines in solid organ transplant recipients (SOTRs).

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02:51 Medscape.Com Medicine, AI, and Bias: Will Bad Data Undermine Good Tech?

Artificial Intelligence models may help predict and prevent diseases. But recent research highlights the challenges they face in providing insights that work for all.

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18.05.2022
19:41 News-Medical.Net New, minimally invasive biomarker-based strategy 90% successful in detecting esophageal cancer

In a small but rigorous pilot study, Johns Hopkins Medicine researchers have shown that a novel, minimally invasive biomarker-based strategy they developed was 90% successful in detecting esophageal squamous cell carcinoma (ESCC), the predominant subtype of esophageal cancer worldwide.

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19:23 News-Medical.Net Study identifies cancer biomarkers based on a type of genetic modification

Biomarkers are often used during the management of cancer to guide treatment decisions and predict patient outcomes. However, it is often difficult to identify appropriate biomarkers that can be consistently reproduced and are easily analyzed with limited patient specimens.

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17:13 FierceBiotech.com Flagship Pioneering unfurls cell and gene therapy company Sonata Therapeutics

Flagship Pioneering unfurls cell and gene therapy company Sonata Therapeutics jwaldron Wed, 05/18/2022 - 09:39

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15:43 FierceBiotech.com With its lead gene therapy nearing the clinic, SwanBio leans heavily on Syncona to close $56M series B

With its lead gene therapy nearing the clinic, SwanBio leans heavily on Syncona to close $56M series B ntaylor Wed, 05/18/2022 - 07:30

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15:03 Technology.org Heart progenitors spontaneously regenerate cardiac muscle in salamanders

Heart progenitors spontaneously regenerate cardiac muscle via a tight junction “honeycomb” in salamanders. Whether there are endogenous adult

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11:20 Nature.Com Parasite names, mouse rejuvenation and toxic sunscreen

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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17.05.2022
22:45 FierceBiotech.com Pfizer, Sarepta team with fellow DMD gene therapy makers to get to the bottom of adverse events

Pfizer, Sarepta team with fellow DMD gene therapy makers to get to the bottom of adverse events aarmstrong Tue, 05/17/2022 - 15:06

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19:43 MedicalNewsToday.com Mediterranean diet may improve depression symptoms in young men

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18:05 Phys.org Arabidopsis thaliana shoots regenerate better in balmy conditions

Warm temperatures strongly enhance the regeneration of thale cress shoots, plant scientists at RIKEN have found. They have also uncovered the molecular mechanism behind this effect, which will help optimize the regeneration of plant cuttings for both plant-science research and horticulture.

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16:14 FierceBiotech.com FDA smiles on second cavity-spotting AI in a month with clearance for Overjet’s tech

FDA smiles on second cavity-spotting AI in a month with clearance for Overjet’s tech apark Mon, 05/16/2022 - 15:39

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15:34 Technology.org Gene-editing improved with chemical process

The gene-editing technique known as CRISPR accelerated biological and medical research in the last decade by allowing scientists

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15:34 FierceBiotech.com Aiming to be biggest biotech in Boston, Vertex plots 500-person cell, gene therapy R&D center

Aiming to be biggest biotech in Boston, Vertex plots 500-person cell, gene therapy R&D center ntaylor Tue, 05/17/2022 - 07:34

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14:45 News-Medical.Net Hormone replacement therapy associated with reduction in mortality from COVID-19

A new paper in Family Practice, published by Oxford University Press, indicates that receiving hormone replacement therapy within six months of a recorded diagnosis of COVID-19 was associated with a reduction in mortality from the disease.

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10:02 NYT Health What a Gene and Its Risks Could Mean for Kidney Transplants

Kidneys from Black donors are automatically downgraded in transplant assessments, but studying a gene variant could help change that.

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08:11 News-Medical.Net Mice live longer with nasal gene therapy

In a recent study published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences journal, researchers assessed the efficiency of a novel intranasal and injectable therapy in improving life expectancy.

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01:33 TechInvestorNews.com Google hires former FDA digital health leader ((Nicole Wetsman)/The Verge)

(Nicole Wetsman) / The VergeGoogle hires former FDA digital health leader - Illustration by Alex Castro / The Verge Google hired a former Food and Drug Administration leader as its new senior director of global digital health strategy. Bakul Patel spent over a decade at the FDA and most recently was the chief digital health officer of global strategy and innovation. I ...

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16.05.2022
23:53 Phys.org Research team improves gene editing with chemical process

The gene-editing technique known as CRISPR has accelerated biological and medical research in the last decade by allowing scientists to repair the DNA of human cells almost as simply as using a pair of scissors.

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23:12 ModernHealthCare.com Former FDA digital chief joins Google

Bakul Patel will serve as a senior director at the technology giant. He will focus on global digital health strategy and regulatory affairs.

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20:50 ScienceDaily.com CRISPR now possible in cockroaches

Researchers have developed a CRISPR-Cas9 approach to enable gene editing in cockroaches, according to a new study. The simple and efficient technique, named 'direct parental' CRISPR (DIPA-CRISPR), involves the injection of materials into female adults where eggs are developing rather than into the embryos themselves.

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20:30 NewScientist.Com Plan to feed phone data of NHS mental health patients to AI mothballed

An AI was designed to predict when people are at risk of having a mental health crisis, based on their health records, but plans to extend the project with mobile phone data seem to have been scrapped

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18:50 ScienceDaily.com CRISPR-Cas9 gene editing approach can alter the social behavior of animals

New gene-editing techniques are shedding light on how hormones impact social behavior in animals and possibly, humans.

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18:43 Google news Sci/Tech Cancer surgery patients fare better with robot assisted operations, study finds - Daily Mail

Cancer surgery patients fare better with robot assisted operations, study finds  Daily MailRobot-assisted surgery can cut blood clot risk and speed recovery, study finds  The GuardianRobotic surgery reduces readmissions, benefits patients' overall recovery  News-Medical.NetDr. Khetrapal on Intracorporeal Robotic vs Open Cystectomy in MIBC  OncLivePatients are up and about sooner after robot surgery  The TimesView Full Coverage on Google News

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18:43 Google news Sci/Tech Fecal Transplants Reverse Hallmarks of Aging in the Gut, Eyes, and Brain - SciTechDaily

Fecal Transplants Reverse Hallmarks of Aging in the Gut, Eyes, and Brain  SciTechDailyView Full Coverage on Google News

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18:33 FierceBiotech.com RadNet scores two FDA clearances for AI programs in breast, prostate cancer

RadNet scores two FDA clearances for AI programs in breast, prostate cancer chale Mon, 05/16/2022 - 10:09

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18:23 Phys.org Researchers find CRISPR-Cas9 gene editing approach can alter the social behavior of animals

Georgia State University scientists have created gene-edited hamsters for studies of social neuroscience and have found that the biology behind social behavior may be more complex than previously thought.

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18:03 Phys.org CRISPR now possible in cockroaches

Researchers have developed a CRISPR-Cas9 approach to enable gene editing in cockroaches, according to a study published by Cell Press on May 16th in the journal Cell Reports Methods. The simple and efficient technique, named "direct parental" CRISPR (DIPA-CRISPR), involves the injection of materials into female adults where eggs are developing rather than into the embryos themselves.

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17:12 Phys.org Mouse stem cells for primitive endoderm established

Stem cells that give rise to the mouse yolk sac have been isolated and cultured in the lab for the first time by RIKEN researchers, raising the possibility of artificially creating mouse embryos from stem cells in the future.

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17:12 Phys.org Heart progenitors spontaneously regenerate cardiac muscle via a tight junction 'honeycomb' in salamanders

Whether there are endogenous adult heart progenitors that can replenish damaged muscle cells remained controversial. Now researchers at Karolinska Institute in Sweden show that the outermost layer of the heart, called epicardium, acts as a source of cardiac muscle cells through formation of an intriguing honeycomb-like structure.

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17:11 News-Medical.Net Resistance training along with caloric restriction could help reduce body weight

People battling with their weight who are unable to do aerobic exercise can hit the gym instead and still see positive results.

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17:10 SingularityHub.Com A One-and-Done CRISPR Gene Therapy Will Aim to Prevent Heart Attacks

In a few months, a daring clinical trial may fundamentally lower heart attack risk in the most vulnerable people. If all goes well, it will just take one shot. It’s no ordinary shot. The trial, led by Verve Therapeutics, a biotechnology company based in Massachusetts, will be one of the first to test genetic base […]

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16:10 ScienceDaily.com Robotic surgery is safer and improves patient recovery time

Robot-assisted surgery used to perform bladder cancer removal and reconstruction enables patients to recover far more quickly and spend significantly (20 per cent) less time in hospital, concludes a new clinical trial.

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13:13 Technology.org Biomaterial Improves Islet Transplants for Treatment of Type 1 Diabetes

Islet cell transplants are a promising treatment that can cure difficult-to-treat type 1 diabetes. The cells, taken from

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13:03 Technology.org New Spine Robot to Serve as Backbone for Orthopaedic Innovations in Personalized Medicine

As personalized medicine continues to garner more importance in the field of health care, orthopaedic surgeons use advances

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13:03 FierceBiotech.com Kriya cashes in $270M series C to further finance all-in-one gene therapy biz

Kriya cashes in $270M series C to further finance all-in-one gene therapy biz mbayer Sun, 05/15/2022 - 18:02

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13:03 FierceBiotech.com AskBio and you shall receive as the Bayer-backed gene therapy maker touts early phase 1 data

AskBio and you shall receive as the Bayer-backed gene therapy maker touts early phase 1 data mbayer Fri, 05/13/2022 - 16:40

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12:03 Google news Sci/Tech Robot-assisted surgery can cut blood clot risk and speed recovery, study finds - The Guardian

Robot-assisted surgery can cut blood clot risk and speed recovery, study finds  The GuardianRobotic surgery reduces readmissions, benefits patients' overall recovery  News-Medical.NetRobotic Surgery Wins for Keeping Bladder Cancer Patients Alive, Out of Hospital  Medpage TodayCancer surgery patients fare better with robot surgeons, study finds  Daily MailDr. Khetrapal on Intracorporeal Robotic vs Open Cystectomy in MIBC  OncLiveView Full Coverage on Google News

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11:33 Technology.org Biomaterial Improves Islet Transplants for Treatment of Type 1 Diabetes

Islet cell transplants are a promising treatment that can cure difficult-to-treat type 1 diabetes. The cells, taken from

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11:03 Technology.org New Spine Robot to Serve as Backbone for Orthopaedic Innovations in Personalized Medicine

As personalized medicine continues to garner more importance in the field of health care, orthopaedic surgeons use advances

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06:43 News-Medical.Net Robotic surgery reduces readmissions, benefits patients' overall recovery

A new study, published in JAMA, has found that robotic surgery reduces the chance of readmission by half (52 per cent), and revealed a "striking" four-fold (77 per cent) reduction in prevalence of blood clots (deep vein thrombus and pulmonary emboli) - a significant cause of health decline and morbidity - when compared to patients who had open surgery.

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15.05.2022
21:41 News-Medical.Net New AI tool can speed up the diagnosis of psoriatic arthritis by up to 4 years

Researchers in Israel have shown that a new machine-learning tool can speed up the diagnosis of psoriatic arthritis (PsA) by up to 4 years, potentially preventing irreversible joint damage and deteriorating function for sufferers.

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20:51 News-Medical.Net Novel approach allows islet transplants to survive and control diabetes

In type 1 diabetes, an autoimmune response attacks the pancreas's insulin-producing beta cells, leading to marked fluctuations in blood sugar levels. Lifelong daily insulin treatments are standard for patients, but replacing lost beta cells through transplants of islets, a group of cells in the pancreas, represents an attractive option.

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18:21 News-Medical.Net Novel Type 1 diabetes treatment involves transplantation of insulin-producing pancreas cells

In a new study, a team of researchers from the University of Missouri, Georgia Tech and Harvard University has demonstrated the successful use of a novel Type 1 diabetes treatment in a large animal model.

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02:20 ScienceDaily.com Biomaterial improves islet transplants for treatment of type 1 diabetes

Hopeful diabetes treatment, islet cell transplantation, is now one step closer to the clinic following new study.

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02:20 ScienceDaily.com Novel biomaterial prevents rejection of transplants for type 1 diabetes

A team develops a novel biomaterial that, when mixed with islets, allows islets to survive after transplant without the need for long-term immunosuppression.

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14.05.2022
09:12 Technology.org New cell therapy approach to regenerate cardiac tissue following a heart attack

Researchers at Karolinska Institutet, Germany’s Technical University of Munich (TUM), and AstraZeneca, among others, have identified a unique

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05:02 Google news Sci/Tech PICTURED: South Dakota girl, 2, who had to have liver transplant after contracting hepatitis - Daily Mail

PICTURED: South Dakota girl, 2, who had to have liver transplant after contracting hepatitis  Daily Mail'This is not my kid': Mysterious hepatitis wreaked havoc in healthy child with shocking speed  CNNCDC Continues to Investigate Unusual Reports of Liver Disease in Children  CNETIs a Common Virus Suddenly Causing Liver Failure in Kids?  The AtlanticValley mom shares daughter's experience with unexplained case of hepatitis  12 News

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04:43 Google news Sci/Tech PICTURED: South Dakota girl, 2, who had to have liver transplant after contracting hepatitis - Daily Mail

PICTURED: South Dakota girl, 2, who had to have liver transplant after contracting hepatitis  Daily Mail'This is not my kid': Mysterious hepatitis wreaked havoc in healthy child with shocking speed  CNNCDC Continues to Investigate Unusual Reports of Liver Disease in Children  CNETIs a Common Virus Suddenly Causing Liver Failure in Kids?  The AtlanticView Full Coverage on Google News

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13.05.2022
19:40 ScienceDaily.com Structure of key protein for cell division puzzles researchers

Human cell division involves hundreds of proteins at its core. Knowing the 3D structure of these proteins is pivotal to understand how our genetic material is duplicated and passed through generations. Scientists are now able to reveal the first detailed structure of a key protein complex for human cell division known as CCAN. By using cryo-electron microscopy, the researchers show important features of the complex's 16 components and challenge previous assumptions about how the complex is able to recognize the centromere, a crucial region of chromosomes in cell division.

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18:23 FierceBiotech.com Healing the heart: Moderna cofounder, researchers near ‘Holy Grail’ for heart regeneration

Healing the heart: Moderna cofounder, researchers near ‘Holy Grail’ for heart regeneration gmasson Thu, 05/12/2022 - 18:26

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18:13 Phys.org Structure of key protein for cell division puzzles researchers

Human cell division involves hundreds of proteins at its core. Knowing the 3D structure of these proteins is pivotal to understand how our genetic material is duplicated and passed through generations. The groups of Andrea Musacchio and Stefan Raunser at the Max Planck Institute of Molecular Physiology in Dortmund are now able to reveal the first detailed structure of a key protein complex for human cell division known as CCAN. By using cryo-electron microscopy, the researchers show important features of the complex's 16 components and challenge previous assumptions about how the complex is able to recognize the centromere, a crucial region of chromosomes in cell division.

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14:01 News-Medical.Net Saving lives with living cells: Beckman Coulter Life Sciences launches AQUIOS STEM System to provide a new solution for stem cell analysis

Creating the industry’s first stem cell analysis update in nearly 25 years, Beckman Coulter Life Sciences – a global leader in laboratory automation and innovation – launches an evolution of the gold standard in hematopoietic stem cell enumeration, the AQUIOS STEM System.

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12.05.2022
22:20 ScienceDaily.com Massive single-cell atlas across human tissues highlights cell types where disease genes are active

Genetic studies have revealed many genes linked to both common and rare disease, but to understand how those genes bring about disease and use those insights to help develop therapies, scientists need to know where they are active in the body. Research on single cells can help achieve this goal, by surveying gene activity in specific cell types. Scientists need to profile all cell types and compare them across organs in the body to learn about the full range of human diseases, but this is difficult to do with existing methods. Now researchers have developed a robust experimental pipeline that can profile many more cell types from more tissues than can be studied with other techniques, as well as machine learning methods to put this data together and query the resulting map, or atlas.

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21:03 Phys.org Massive single-cell atlas across human tissues highlights cell types where disease genes are active

Genetic studies have revealed many genes linked to both common and rare disease, but to understand how those genes bring about disease and use those insights to help develop therapies, scientists need to know where they are active in the body. Research on single cells can help achieve this goal, by surveying gene activity in specific cell types. Scientists need to profile all cell types and compare them across organs in the body to learn about the full range of human diseases, but this is difficult to do with existing methods.

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17:02 News-Medical.Net SK bioscience's typhoid vaccine licensed for export by Korean Ministry of Food and Drug Safety

The International Vaccine Institute (IVI) and SK bioscience announced today that SK bioscience obtained an export license from the Korean Ministry of Food and Drug Safety for SK's typhoid vaccine 'SKYTyphoid' which they jointly developed.

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15:01 News-Medical.Net CMR Surgical; Transforming Surgery through Robotics

In this interview, we speak to Mark Slack, Chief Medical Officer at CMR Surgical, about how their next-generation surgical robot Versius.

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14:33 Technology.org Scientists Transform Beating Heart Stem Cells into Brain Cells

By turning off a single gene, University of Virginia researchers and their collaborators caused stem cells already becoming

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12:43 Technology.org Colon cancer: how mutation of the APC gene disrupts lymphocyte migration

In patients with familial adenomatous polyposis, a genetic disease predisposing to colon cancer, mutations of the APC gene

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