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12.05.2022
01:51 News-Medical.Net New smoking-cessation program helps more cancer patients to quit successfully

Researchers at Siteman Cancer Center at Barnes-Jewish Hospital and Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis have found a way to help more patients who want to stop smoking.

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01:12 News-Medical.Net Rutgers study identifies key protein for brain stem cell longevity

A receptor that was first identified as necessary for insulin action, that also is located on the neural stem cells found deep in the brains of mice, is pivotal for brain stem cell longevity, according to a Rutgers study, a finding that has important implications for brain health and future therapies for brain disorders.

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00:52 News-Medical.Net World's first Focused Ultrasound Cancer Immunotherapy Center could revolutionize cancer care

UVA Health and the Charlottesville-based Focused Ultrasound Foundation today announced the launch of the Focused Ultrasound Cancer Immunotherapy Center, the world's first center dedicated specifically to advancing a focused ultrasound and cancer immunotherapy treatment approach that could revolutionize 21st-century cancer care.

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11.05.2022
23:10 ScienceDaily.com Novel supramolecular CRISPR-Cas9 carrier enables more efficient genome editing

CRISPR-Cas9 is considered a revolutionary gene editing tool, but its applications are limited by a lack of methods by which it can be safely and efficiently delivered into cells. Recently, a research team has constructed a highly flexible CRISPR-Cas9 carrier using aminated polyrotaxane (PRX) that can not only bind with the unusual structure of Cas9 and carry it into cells, but can also protect it from intracellular degradation by endosomes.

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22:10 ScienceDaily.com Key protein identified for brain stem cell longevity

A receptor that was first identified as necessary for insulin action, that also is located on the neural stem cells found deep in the brains of mice, is pivotal for brain stem cell longevity, according to a new study, a finding that has important implications for brain health and future therapies for brain disorders.

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21:40 ScienceDaily.com Structure of 'gliding bird' plant protein could lead to better crops

When pathogens attack, the NPR1 protein steps in to control a plant's immune response. Scientists have now figured out what the protein looks like and how it works --- a possible boon for agriculture.

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18:33 Phys.org Novel supramolecular CRISPR–Cas9 carrier enables more efficient genome editing

CRISPR-Cas9 is considered a revolutionary gene editing tool, but its applications are limited by a lack of methods by which it can be safely and efficiently delivered into cells. Recently, a research team from Kumamoto University, Japan, have constructed a highly flexible CRISPR-Cas9 carrier using aminated polyrotaxane (PRX) that can not only bind with the unusual structure of Cas9 and carry it into cells, but can also protect it from intracellular degradation by endosomes.

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18:02 Phys.org Structure of 'gliding bird' plant protein could lead to better crops

Biologist Xinnian Dong says her "best Christmas gift ever" arrived in the form of a phone call. The call was from her longtime friend and collaborator at Duke University, Pei Zhou, who rang with long-awaited news: they had finally solved the structure of the plant protein NPR1.

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17:33 FierceBiotech.com After failed SPAC and phase 3 fumble, Amicus gene therapy hits another delay to approval

After failed SPAC and phase 3 fumble, Amicus gene therapy hits another delay to approval jwaldron Wed, 05/11/2022 - 09:43

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13:33 Technology.org Cellular regeneration therapy restores damaged liver tissue faster than ever

Salk scientists improve liver regeneration in mice, which could lead to new treatments for liver disease Mammals can’t

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13:20 Nature.Com Daily briefing: World-first transplanted pig heart was infected with a porcine virus

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13:03 Technology.org Gene Therapy Shows Promise in Treating Neuropathy from Spinal Cord Injuries

In mouse studies, gene therapy-induced pain-blocking neurotransmitters produced long-lasting benefit without detectable side effects. An international team of

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00:33 News-Medical.Net Postnatal gene therapy may be able to prevent or reverse deadly effects of Pitt-Hopkins syndrome

UNC School of Medicine Scientists have shown for the first time that postnatal gene therapy may be able to prevent or reverse many deleterious effects of a rare genetic disorder called Pitt-Hopkins syndrome.

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10.05.2022
22:33 TechInvestorNews.com The Motorola Razr 3 Might Be A Galaxy Flip Clone – Heres Why Thats A Good Thing (staff@slashgear.com (Tushar Mehta)/SlashGear)

staff@slashgear.com (Tushar Mehta) / SlashGearThe Motorola Razr 3 Might Be A Galaxy Flip Clone – Heres Why Thats A Good Thing - More details about the anticipated next-generation Motorola Razr foldable smartphone have surfaced, and it may take inspiration from Samsungs competing model.More details about the anticipated next-generation Motorola Razr foldable smartphone have surfaced, and it may take inspiration from Samsungs competing model. ...

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21:22 Medscape.Com Are Ants the Future of Cancer Detection?

Researchers have explored using medically trained dogs to sniff out cancer. Now French scientists say ants can do the job, too — only faster and cheaper.

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20:50 ScienceDaily.com Gene therapy could treat Pitt-Hopkins syndrome, proof-of-concept study suggests

Scientists reported on an experimental gene-therapy-like technique to restore the normal activity of the TCCF4 gene deficient in individuals with Pitt-Hopkins syndrome.

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19:12 MedicalNewsToday.com Fecal transplants may reduce effects of aging in the gut, eyes, and brain

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17:43 TechInvestorNews.com Google relaxes ban on stem cell therapy ads ((Nicole Wetsman)/The Verge)

(Nicole Wetsman) / The VergeGoogle relaxes ban on stem cell therapy ads - Illustration by Alex Castro / The Verge Google will allow ads for stem cell treatments that are approved by the US Food and Drug Administration a change from its previous policy, which banned all ads for this experimental category of medical care. The policy update was first reported by ...

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14:33 Technology.org New discovery could help combat side effects of cancer immunotherapy

Researchers in Liverpool and the US have made a breakthrough that could lead to improved immunotherapy treatments for

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12:32 ExtremeTech.com Fecal Transplants Reverse Key Signs of Aging

Young mice that received fecal microbiota transplants from older mice experienced "hallmark" signs of aging—indicators that could be reversed with transplants from other young, healthy mice. The post Fecal Transplants Reverse Key Signs of Aging appeared first on ExtremeTech.

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04:11 News-Medical.Net Gene therapy effectively reduces neuropathic pain in mice with spinal cord injuries

An international team of researchers, led by scientists at University of California San Diego School of Medicine, report that a gene therapy that inhibits targeted nerve cell signaling effectively reduced neuropathic pain with no detectable side effects in mice with spinal cord or peripheral nerve injuries.

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02:32 News-Medical.Net Healthy Mediterranean diet helps young men to beat depression

Depression is a common mental health condition that affects approximately 1 million Australians each year. It is a significant risk factor for suicide, the leading cause of death in young adults.

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09.05.2022
23:50 ScienceDaily.com Gene therapy shows promise in treating neuropathy from spinal cord injuries

Researchers report that a gene therapy that inhibits targeted nerve cell signaling effectively reduced neuropathic pain with no detectable side effects in mice with spinal cord or peripheral nerve injuries.

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18:40 ScienceDaily.com Major discovery provides new hope for blood cancer patients

Acute myeloid leukaemia is a rare and devastating blood cancer that is highly resistant to treatment. Now, scientists have discovered a way to suppress a specific protein that promotes drug resistance.

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18:03 FierceBiotech.com LogicBio's sun and shares rise again after FDA releases clinical hold on pediatric genome editing therapy

LogicBio's sun and shares rise again after FDA releases clinical hold on pediatric genome editing therapy aarmstrong Mon, 05/09/2022 - 10:11

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16:23 AzoNano.com Green Nanocomposites in Tissue Engineering Requires Renewed Focus

In an article recently published in ACS Applied Biomaterials, the authors summarized green nanocomposites and interpreted their uses in wound dressing and skin tissue engineering....

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15:13 Phys.org Identifying mechanisms of methylation in stem cells

Northwestern Medicine scientists have identified critical regulatory processes that govern differentiation in embryonic stem cells, according to a study published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.

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07.05.2022
02:22 Google news Sci/Tech A pig virus may have contributed to the death of first pig heart transplant patient - The Verge

A pig virus may have contributed to the death of first pig heart transplant patient  The VergeVirus found in pig heart used in human transplant  Yahoo NewsUniversity disputes report on pig heart transplant patient's death  WBAL-TV 11 BaltimoreSigns of an Animal Virus Discovered in Man Who Received a Pig’s Heart  The New York TimesView Full Coverage on Google News

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06.05.2022
22:23 LiveScience.com Pig virus may have contributed to death of man with 1st porcine heart transplant

The man was the first person to receive a transplant using a heart from a genetically modified pig.

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20:52 Google news Sci/Tech Virus found in pig heart used in human transplant - Yahoo! Voices

Virus found in pig heart used in human transplant  Yahoo! VoicesUniversity disputes report on pig heart transplant patient's death  WBAL-TV 11 BaltimoreSigns of an Animal Virus Discovered in Man Who Received a Pig’s Heart  The New York TimesVirus Found In Pig Heart Used In Human Transplant Performed In Baltimore  WJZView Full Coverage on Google News

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20:41 News-Medical.Net Neuroscientists discover a new facet to caloric restriction that dramatically extends life span

A new study in mice led by neuroscientists at UT Southwestern's Peter O'Donnell Jr. Brain Institute shows that it's not just calories that count.

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19:50 NewScientist.Com Man who received pig heart transplant has died after pig virus found

Viral infection may explain why a pig's heart failed months after being transplanted in a ground-breaking surgery

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18:42 Google news Sci/Tech University disputes report on pig heart transplant patient's death - WBAL-TV 11 Baltimore

University disputes report on pig heart transplant patient's death  WBAL-TV 11 BaltimoreSigns of an Animal Virus Discovered in Man Who Received a Pig’s Heart  The New York TimesVirus Found In Pig Heart Used In Human Transplant Performed In Baltimore  WJZ​​Virus Detected in Man Who Died 2 Months After Receiving Pig Heart Transplant  PEOPLE

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07:51 News-Medical.Net Stem cell therapy prevents type 1 diabetes induced by anti-cancer drugs

Immune checkpoint inhibitors are widely used to treat a variety of cancers; however, one serious side effect is the onset of type 1 diabetes.

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07:22 Google news Sci/Tech Virus found in pig heart used in human transplant - Yahoo News

Virus found in pig heart used in human transplant  Yahoo NewsSigns of an Animal Virus Discovered in Man Who Received a Pig’s Heart  The New York TimesUniversity disputes report on pig heart transplant patient's death  WBAL-TV 11 BaltimorePig virus may have been factor in death of man who received pig heart transplant, researchers say  Fox NewsPorcine Virus Likely Killed First-Ever Recipient of Pig Heart Transplant  The Daily BeastView Full Coverage on Google News

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04:32 Google news Sci/Tech Virus found in pig heart used in human transplant - The Associated Press - en Español

Virus found in pig heart used in human transplant  The Associated Press - en EspañolSigns of an Animal Virus Discovered in Man Who Received a Pig’s Heart  The New York TimesUniversity disputes report on pig heart transplant patient's death  WBAL-TV 11 BaltimorePorcine Virus Likely Killed First-Ever Recipient of Pig Heart Transplant  The Daily BeastPig virus may have been one factor in historic pig heart transplant patient's death  USA TODAYView Full Coverage on Google News

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03:32 Google news Sci/Tech Pig virus may have been one factor in historic pig heart transplant patient's death - USA TODAY

Pig virus may have been one factor in historic pig heart transplant patient's death  USA TODAYSigns of an Animal Virus Discovered in Man Who Received a Pig’s Heart  The New York TimesUniversity disputes report on pig heart transplant patient's death  WBAL-TV 11 BaltimorePorcine Virus Likely Killed First-Ever Recipient of Pig Heart Transplant  The Daily BeastPig heart used in pioneering human transplant had virus: report  New York Post View Full Coverage on Google News

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03:31 News-Medical.Net Health Secretary takes action to ensure more women can access HRT products

Urgent action continues to be taken to ensure women across the UK will be able to more reliably access HRT products.

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02:41 News-Medical.Net Reduced-calorie diet plus time-restricted eating promote longevity in mice

One recipe for longevity is simple, if not easy to follow: eat less. Studies in a variety of animals have shown that restricting calories can lead to a longer, healthier life.

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05.05.2022
23:21 Medscape.Com HBCU Medical Schools to Tackle Organ Transplant Disparities

The collaboration follows a National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine report that found significant disparities in the nation's organ transplant system.

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20:03 Google news Sci/Tech Pig heart used in pioneering human transplant had virus: report - New York Post

Pig heart used in pioneering human transplant had virus: report  New York Post The gene-edited pig heart given to a dying patient was infected with a pig virus  MIT Technology ReviewPig heart transplanted into dying man in breakthrough operation was infected with virus, report says  The IndependentGene-edited pig heart given to dying patient was infected with virus  The Express TribuneDavid Bennett who died after pig heart transplant ‘was infected with pig virus’  STV News

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19:32 AzoNano.com Novel Approach to Peripheral Nerve Regeneration via Piezoelectric Stimulation

A group of researchers recently published a paper in the journal Nano Energy that demonstrated a novel strategy for the rapid generation of peripheral nerves using piezoelectric stimulation and...

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19:32 Google news Sci/Tech Pig heart used in pioneering human transplant had virus: report - New York Post

Pig heart used in pioneering human transplant had virus: report  New York Post The gene-edited pig heart given to a dying patient was infected with a pig virus  MIT Technology ReviewPig heart transplanted into dying man in breakthrough operation was infected with virus, report says  The IndependentGene-edited pig heart given to dying patient was infected with virus  The Express TribuneDavid Bennett who died after pig heart transplant ‘was infected with pig virus’  STV NewsView Full Coverage on Google News

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19:21 MedicalNewsToday.com Not getting enough sleep can disrupt stem cell repair in the cornea

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18:03 Phys.org Double agents: How stomach stem cells change allegiance upon injury

A stomach adult stem cell population can fulfill two distinct functions: either help with digestion under normal conditions or take the lead on injury response. Scientists at IMBA, Institute of Molecular Biotechnology of the Austrian Academy of Sciences, demonstrate that these functions are two sides of the same coin. Upon injury, one molecular switch is enough to propel the stem cells from one state to the other. The findings, now published in Cell Stem Cell, could be instrumental in improving our understanding of gastric pathologies.

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17:51 MedicalNewsToday.com Longevity diet: More carbs, fasting, and less protein

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16:11 News-Medical.Net Fecal microbiota transplant can reverse hallmarks of aging in mice

In the search for eternal youth, poo transplants may seem like an unlikely way to reverse the aging process.

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15:32 TechnologyReview.com The Download: A transplant disaster, and online abortion networks

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 gene-edited pig heart given to a dying patient was infected with a pig virus The pig heart transplanted into an American patient earlier this year in a landmark operation was infected with…

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10:51 BBC Health HRT crisis: 'Shortages left me unable to work'

A village postmistress says she has been unable to work for three weeks due to the shortages.

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04.05.2022
22:32 TechnologyReview.com The gene-edited pig heart given to a dying patient was infected with a pig virus

The pig heart transplanted into an American patient earlier this year in a landmark operation carried a porcine virus that may have derailed the experiment and contributed to his death two months later, say transplant specialists. David Bennett Sr. was near death in January when he received a genetically edited pig heart in a pioneering…

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19:20 ScienceDaily.com Investigating cancer drug toxicity leads to a critical discovery

When patients started showing adverse side effects during a cancer immunotherapy trial, researchers went back through the data and worked with patient samples to see what went wrong.

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17:40 ScienceDaily.com Fecal transplants reverse hallmarks of aging

In the search for eternal youth, fecal transplants may seem like an unlikely way to reverse the aging process. However, scientists have provided evidence, from research in mice, that transplanting fecal microbiota from young into old mice can reverse hallmarks of aging in the gut, eyes, and brain. In the reverse experiment, microbes from aged mice induced inflammation in the brain of young recipients and depleted a key protein required for normal vision. These findings show that gut microbes play a role in the regulating some of the detrimental effects of ageing and open up the possibility of gut microbe-based therapies to combat decline in later life.

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15:52 Google news Sci/Tech Gene Therapy Reverses Effects of Autism-Linked Mutation in Human Brain Organoids - SciTechDaily

Gene Therapy Reverses Effects of Autism-Linked Mutation in Human Brain Organoids  SciTechDailyView Full Coverage on Google News

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14:03 Technology.org Gene Therapy Reverses Effects of Autism-Linked Mutation in Brain Organoids

In a study published in Nature Communications, scientists at the University of California San Diego School of Medicine

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14:01 News-Medical.Net Evaluating immune protection after third and fourth doses of homologous and heterologous SARS-CoV-2 vaccines among kidney transplant recipients

Researchers evaluated the immune responses after the third and fourth doses of homologous and heterologous mRNA vaccines against COVID-19 in kidney transplant recipients.

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11:13 FierceBiotech.com All Takeda wants for its billion-dollar gene therapy spending spree is functional cures

All Takeda wants for its billion-dollar gene therapy spending spree is functional cures aarmstrong Mon, 05/02/2022 - 15:36

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00:10 ScienceDaily.com Gene therapy reverses effects of autism-linked mutation in brain organoids

Scientists use lab-grown human brain tissue to identify neural abnormalities in Pitt-Hopkins Syndrome and show gene therapy tools can rescue neural structure and function.

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03.05.2022
21:42 ModernHealthCare.com Banner Health invests in Atlas Healthcare Partners

By 2025, the two health systems are aiming to double their portfolio and own over 50 ambulatory surgery centers .

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18:43 FierceBiotech.com Another Pfizer gene therapy is free of FDA hold, but delay continues

Another Pfizer gene therapy is free of FDA hold, but delay continues gmasson Tue, 05/03/2022 - 11:00

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17:42 FierceBiotech.com Wearable, AI-powered whole-breast ultrasound system cleared by the FDA

Wearable, AI-powered whole-breast ultrasound system cleared by the FDA apark Tue, 05/03/2022 - 10:13

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15:41 News-Medical.Net Funding innovative technologies to revolutionize cancer research

In this interview, News-Medical interviews Michael Weingarten about his work as a director of the Small Business Innovation Research Development Center, helping to fund highly-innovative technologies that are revolutionizing cancer research.

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14:13 FierceBiotech.com FDA plays tooth fairy, awards clearance to VideaHealth's cavity-spotting AI

FDA plays tooth fairy, awards clearance to VideaHealth's cavity-spotting AI apark Mon, 05/02/2022 - 15:42

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06:11 News-Medical.Net New method increases efficiency of gene editing while minimizing DNA deletion sizes

Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine (WFIRM) scientists working on CRISPR/Cas9-mediated gene editing technology have developed a method to increase efficiency of editing while minimizing DNA deletion sizes, a key step toward developing gene editing therapies to treat genetic diseases.

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00:03 FierceBiotech.com Nanox nets FDA clearance for osteoporosis and spine fracture AI

Nanox nets FDA clearance for osteoporosis and spine fracture AI chale Mon, 05/02/2022 - 14:51

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02.05.2022
22:52 Phys.org Team develops method to increase gene editing efficiency while minimizing DNA deletion sizes

Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine (WFIRM) scientists working on CRISPR/Cas9-mediated gene editing technology have developed a method to increase efficiency of editing while minimizing DNA deletion sizes, a key step toward developing gene editing therapies to treat genetic diseases.

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22:23 FierceBiotech.com Biogen takes another dip into Scribe gene therapy collab with another disease target

Biogen takes another dip into Scribe gene therapy collab with another disease target mbayer Mon, 05/02/2022 - 13:30

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20:20 ScienceDaily.com Cilia-free stem cells offer new path to study rare diseases

A group of rare diseases called ciliopathies -- polycystic kidney disease notable among them -- emerge from defects in cilia. These are the tiny hairlike structures on the surface of almost every cell type. Scientists experimentally 'knocked out,' or genetically deleted, the cilia in a population of otherwise normal human pluripotent stem cells. Subsequently, human tissues and mini-organ structures (organoids) derived from these cilia-free stem cells manifested ciliopathy-like symptoms, such those seen in polycystic kidney disease or in certain problems in brain development.

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19:43 FierceBiotech.com FDA crowns Johnson & Johnson's Monarch surgical robot with urology nod

FDA crowns Johnson & Johnson's Monarch surgical robot with urology nod apark Mon, 05/02/2022 - 11:41

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19:10 ScienceDaily.com New article outlines the characteristics of a 'longevity diet'

In a new article, researchers describe the 'longevity diet,' a multi-pillar approach based on studies of various aspects of diet, from food composition and calorie intake to the length and frequency of fasting periods.

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01.05.2022
15:01 BBC Health HRT shortage UK: Davina McCall says crisis is ridiculous

Davina McCall says she was "a mush" when the menopause hit, as she calls for shortages to be sorted out.

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30.04.2022
12:11 NYT Technology Review: ‘The Immortal King Rao,’ by Vauhini Vara

Vauhini Vara’s “The Immortal King Rao” is about a lot of things, from a father-daughter bond to the end of human civilization.

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29.04.2022
22:23 FierceBiotech.com Rest easy—research shows gene editing could hold the key to deep sleep

Rest easy—research shows gene editing could hold the key to deep sleep jwaldron Fri, 04/29/2022 - 10:20

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20:53 News-Medical.Net Serious Shortage Protocols issued to limit the dispensing of 3 Hormone Replacement Therapy products

Urgent action is being taken to ensure women across the UK will be able to more reliably access HRT products, as the Health and Social Care Secretary Sajid Javid issues Serious Shortage Protocols (SSPs) to limit the dispensing of 3 HRT products to 3 months' supply.

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20:31 BBC Health Menopause: HRT rationed amid continuing shortage in UK

Officials say women will only be be able to get three months' worth of certain HRT products at a time.

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12:03 Phys.org Study identifies how blood stem cells maintain their fate

Understanding the molecular mechanisms that specify and maintain the identities of more than 200 cell types of the human body is arguably one of the most fundamental problems in molecular and cellular biology, with critical implications for the treatment of human diseases. Central to the cell fate decision process are stem cells residing within each tissue of the body.

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08:51 BBC Health Madelaine McTernan named as new HRT tsar

A UK-wide hormone-replacement therapy crisis has seen women turning to the black market.

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03:21 Medscape.Com Treating Frail Patients Requires 'Precision Gerontology'

While frailty is a common condition in older adults, its heterogeneous nature makes management more complex.

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01:31 News-Medical.Net Study finds significant decline in attending adult health care appointments among pediatric transplant patients

Young adults who received organ transplants as children may not be regularly attending their doctor appointments after leaving their pediatric providers.

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01:21 News-Medical.Net Sleep deprivation negatively affects the stem cells in the cornea

Sleep deprivation, which means getting too little high-quality sleep, is a serious health problem. More than one-third of people in the USA report getting less than the recommended minimum of seven hours sleep per night.

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28.04.2022
19:33 Phys.org New study reveals how human embryo develops the precursor to blood-forming stem cells

Blood-forming stem cells found in bone marrow are the life-saving component used in bone marrow transplants. However, suitable donors cannot be found in many cases. A new study reveals how the human embryo develops the precursor to blood-forming stem cells, which researchers say can be used in the novel method they developed to generate blood-forming stem cells from cells in a tissue culture.

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17:23 FierceBiotech.com Pfizer's phase 3 DMD gene therapy test resumes after FDA hold, but trial changes for advanced patients remain unclear

Pfizer's phase 3 DMD gene therapy test resumes after FDA hold, but trial changes for advanced patients remain unclear aarmstrong Thu, 04/28/2022 - 08:55

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12:33 Technology.org Cilia-free stem cells offer a new path to studying rare diseases

A group of rare diseases called ciliopathies — polycystic kidney disease notable among them — emerge from defects in

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27.04.2022
23:04 Phys.org Cilia-free stem cells offer new path to study rare diseases

A group of rare diseases called "ciliopathies"—polycystic kidney disease notable among them—emerge from defects in cilia, the tiny hair-like structures on the surface of almost every cell type. But the specific molecular-level disruptions in cilia that trigger these diseases are poorly understood.

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22:41 ScienceDaily.com Japanese population projected to live longer without dementia

A new microsimulation projects that over the next 20 years, Japanese people will live longer without dementia, but older women with a less than high school education will benefit less than men.

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18:22 BBC Health 'The thought of running out of HRT is terrifying'

A shortage of some hormone-replacement therapy has left some women struggling with menopause symptoms.

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16:24 FierceBiotech.com Zolgensma for dementia? AviadoBio gains orphan tag for one-dose gene therapy

Zolgensma for dementia? AviadoBio gains orphan tag for one-dose gene therapy jwaldron Wed, 04/27/2022 - 07:12

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14:12 Nature.Com China focuses on ethics to deter another ‘CRISPR babies’ scandal

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14:04 Technology.org The Japanese population projected to live longer without dementia

Using a database of 40 million people, a new detailed microsimulation has examined the future of Japan’s aging

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13:53 News-Medical.Net CRISPR/Cas9 deletions induce adverse on-target genomic effects

Researchers utilized a CRISPR/Cas9 system to evaluate the usage of tRNA by deleting two tRNA genes from the genomes of hyper hepatocellular carcinoma and human near-haploid chronic myeloid leukemia cells.

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13:42 News-Medical.Net Cancer Research UK reveals innovation engine underpinned by £400m portfolio of cutting-edge discovery science

Cancer Research UK, today unveiled Cancer Research Horizons, its new and ambitious approach to driving innovation in the development of new treatments for patients.

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09:51 News-Medical.Net Cellular reprogramming can lead to better liver tissue regeneration in mice

Mammals can't typically regenerate organs as efficiently as other vertebrates, such as fish and lizards. Now, Salk scientists have found a way to partially reset liver cells to more youthful states-;allowing them to heal damaged tissue at a faster rate than previously observed.

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02:41 News-Medical.Net Study uncovers the regulator of cancer ‘stemness’

The protein FOXK2 promotes survival of cancer stem cells in ovarian cancer, according to a Northwestern Medicine study published in the Journal of Clinical Investigation.

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00:40 ScienceDaily.com Lipidomics provides new biomarkers for cardiovascular disease and Type 2 diabetes

Using lipidomics, a modern analytical method, researchers identified those lipids that are statistically associated with cardiovascular disease and type 2 diabetes. In addition, the scientists found that a diet with an increased proportion of unsaturated fatty acids leads to a reduction in risk-associated lipids and an increase in low-risk lipids.

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26.04.2022
23:50 ScienceDaily.com Cellular regeneration therapy restores damaged liver tissue faster than ever

Mammals can't typically regenerate organs as efficiently as other vertebrates, such as fish and lizards. Now, scientists have found a way to partially reset liver cells to more youthful states -- allowing them to heal damaged tissue at a faster rate than previously observed. The results reveal that the use of reprogramming molecules can improve cell growth, leading to better liver tissue regeneration in mice.

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22:00 NewScientist.Com ­­Oscar-winning actors live longer than unsuccessful nominees

Oscar winners alive today are expected to die aged 81.3, on average, compared with 76.4 for their fellow nominees and 76.2 for their unnominated co-stars

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15:53 TechnologyReview.com The Download: Fertility for trans men, and a Q&A with CRISPR’s co-creator

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. Trans men’s eggs have been matured in the lab—and could help them have children Ovaries contain hundreds of thousands of underdeveloped eggs, held in a kind of suspended animation. Each month, one matures…

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13:31 BBC Health Relax law to ease HRT shortage, pharmacists say

Women are facing unacceptable delays accessing menopause treatments, the Royal Pharmaceutical Society says.

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12:22 TechnologyReview.com The scientist who co-created CRISPR isn’t ruling out engineered babies someday

The day I spoke to Jennifer Doudna was a tough day: the US Patent Office had just ruled against her university on CRISPR’s most important uses, handing the commercial rights to her rivals at the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard. Doudna is the co-discoverer of CRISPR editing, the revolutionary method for engineering genes that,…

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00:32 Google news Sci/Tech Diablo Immortal was built for mobile, but now it's coming to PCs, too - Ars Technica

Diablo Immortal was built for mobile, but now it's coming to PCs, too  Ars TechnicaDiablo Immortal is launching on Android, iOS, and PC on June 2nd  The VergeDiablo Immortal is coming to PC after all  PC GamerDiablo: Immortal Is Now Coming to PC, Gets June Release Date - IGN  IGNDiablo Immortal comes to iPhone and iPad on June 2, 2022  iMoreView Full Coverage on Google News

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25.04.2022
21:43 AzoNano.com Reshaping Nanomaterials Synthesis for Bone Tissue Engineering

With the growing demand for new applications in tissue regeneration, the functionalization of melt electrowritten scaffolds has gained the attention of researchers in recent years to fulfill the needs...

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