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25.03.2022
17:37 News-Medical.Net Evusheld™ found to poorly neutralize Omicron in kidney transplant patients

Researchers evaluated the neutralizing antibody titers and anti-receptor-binding domain immunoglobulin G titers in sera of kidney transplant recipients who were vaccinated against COVID-19 and treated with 300 mg dosage of Evusheld™

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17:03 Phys.org New technique transplants mitochondria from one living cell to another

In a technological breakthrough, researchers at ETH Zurich have announced the development of a new technique that can transplant mitochondria—the tiny powerhouses of the cell—from one living cell to another with unparalleled efficiency.

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16:10 Phys.org Using CRISPR to turn off genes in corn and rice to improve crop yields

A team of researchers affiliated with a large number of institutions in China and one in Germany has found that turning off a certain gene in corn and rice can lead to improvements in crop yields. In their paper published in the journal Science, the group describes mapping the genomes of both plants as a way to search for genes associated with grain yield using CRISPR gene editing to improve yields in test crops.

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15:35 TechInvestorNews.com Google helps develop AI-driven lab machine to diagnose Parkinsons (webmaster@theregister.co.uk (Katyanna Quach)/The Register)

webmaster@theregister.co.uk (Katyanna Quach) / The RegisterGoogle helps develop AI-driven lab machine to diagnose Parkinsons - Robo-worker manipulates test tubes and pipettes, images skin cells to classify disease A robotic system armed with AI-powered cameras can grow and image skin cells from test tubes to diagnose Parkinsons disease with minimal human help, according to researchers from Google and the New York Stem Cell Foundation. ...

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10:13 NewScientist.Com Rice and maize yields boosted up to 10 per cent by CRISPR gene editing

It is possible to significantly boost the yield of rice and maize using CRISPR gene editing, trials in farm fields show

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03:40 TechInvestorNews.com Google Will Show You Available Doctor Appointments (Arthur Brown/AndroidHeadlines.com)

Arthur Brown / AndroidHeadlines.comGoogle Will Show You Available Doctor Appointments - When you want to look up a doctor or a clinic, you would call and set up appointments. However, Google seems to think thats too much work, as it has a new feature. The company announced today that, when you look up a doctor, it will show you the available ...

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01:28 Google news Sci/Tech Google asks FDA to clear Fitbit for passive heart rhythm monitoring - The Verge

Google asks FDA to clear Fitbit for passive heart rhythm monitoring  The VergeGoogle Health wants to speed up healthcare with machine learning and smartphones  Android PoliceGoogle Health wants to record heart sounds with phone mics, use Jacquard Tag in post-surgery recovery, more  9to5GoogleGoogle unveils smartphone-based AI for diabetic retinopathy, heart valve disorders  FierceBiotechCould your smartphone photos help detect diseases? Google's working on it.  ZDNetView Full Coverage on Google News

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00:09 Google news Sci/Tech Double lung transplant saves US man with terminal cancer - FRANCE 24 English

Double lung transplant saves US man with terminal cancer  FRANCE 24 EnglishView Full Coverage on Google News

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24.03.2022
21:48 TechInvestorNews.com New Google feature could help you make a doctors appointment - CNET (Jessica Rendall/CNET News)

Jessica Rendall / CNET NewsNew Google feature could help you make a doctors appointment - CNET - At its annual health event, Google touts a new Search feature for scheduling doctor visits. It also offers research updates, along with news about the Fitbit. ...

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21:48 TechInvestorNews.com Google Search will soon let you book checkups and other medical appointments (CNBC: Top News)

CNBC: Top NewsGoogle Search will soon let you book checkups and other medical appointments - The company announced the feature at its sponsored health event The Check Up. ...

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21:11 CNBC technology Google Search will soon let you book checkups and other medical appointments

The company announced the feature at its sponsored health event The Check Up.

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20:36 TechInvestorNews.com Google seeks FDA approval for Fitbits passive heart rate monitoring tech (Jessica Conditt/Engadget)

Jessica Conditt / EngadgetGoogle seeks FDA approval for Fitbits passive heart rate monitoring tech - Following a large-scale virtual health study, Google has submitted Fitbits passive heartrate monitoring algorithm for review by the US Food and Drug Administration. Approval would allow Google to market the Fitbit as a medical device. The study, which went live in May 2020, was open to all US Fitbit users ...

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20:36 Technology.org Yukiko Yamashita, unraveler of stem cells’ secrets

The MIT biologist’s research has shed light on the immortality of germline cells and the function of “junk

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20:35 CNBC health care Google Search will soon let you book checkups and other medical appointments

The company announced the feature at its sponsored health event The Check Up.

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20:17 CNBC top news Google Search will soon let you book checkups and other medical appointments

The company announced the feature at its sponsored health event The Check Up.

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20:11 Nature.Com Design of protein binding proteins from target structure alone

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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19:41 TechInvestorNews.com Google adds doctors’ appointment availability to search ((Nicole Wetsman)/The Verge)

(Nicole Wetsman) / The VergeGoogle adds doctors’ appointment availability to search - Illustration by Alex Castro / The Verge Google will show the next available appointment with a health care provider directly on search, the company announced today. The company is working with MinuteClinic at CVS and other unnamed appointment schedulers during the initial rollout, which will start in the coming weeks, ...

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18:11 Technology.org Yukiko Yamashita, unraveler of stem cells’ secrets

When cells divide, they usually generate two identical daughter cells. However, there are some important exceptions to this

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12:04 Technology.org Bacterial enzyme makes new type of biodegradable polymer

Strings of sugars called polysaccharides are the most abundant biopolymers on Earth. Because of their versatile and environmentally

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09:44 NewScientist.Com Drugs seem to help regenerate mouse lungs damaged by cigarette smoke

Two clinically available drugs have shown promise in restoring the regenerative capacity of mouse lung cells, suggesting they could be used to treat chronic obstructive pulmonary disease

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23.03.2022
19:36 WhatReallyHappened.com Bill Gates, Jeff Bezos pushing for a new lab-grown meat industry that harvests the blood of unborn cow fetuses

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19:16 AzoRobotics.com AI-Based Nanofountain Probe Electroporation Platform for Efficient Development of Stem Cells

One of the ultimate objectives in medical science is to create customized disease diagnostics and therapeutics. Using the genetic data of patients, doctors would be able to personalize treatments...

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17:28 WhatReallyHappened.com Bloody secret revealed: Blood of unborn cows used to create lab-grown meat

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17:07 Phys.org NIST discovery could increase accuracy in measuring blood flow for cancer diagnosis, other applications

Researchers at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) have discovered a potential source of error when using acoustic waves to measure the properties of fluids such as blood. Their discovery raises the possibility of more accurate diagnostic tests for certain types of blood cancer and more precise sorting of blood cells.

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15:10 Technology.org Transplantation chemotherapy eliminates regenerative capacity of brain’s innate immune cells

Annually over 50,000 bone marrow transplantations occur worldwide as a therapy for multiple cancerous and non-cancerous diseases. Yet,

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11:22 Phys.org Gene therapy restores dim-light vision in dogs with a congenital form of night blindness

People with congenital stationary night blindness (CSNB) are unable to distinguish objects in dim-light conditions. This impairment presents challenges, especially where artificial lighting is unavailable or when driving at night.

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10:31 News-Medical.Net Groundbreaking chemical technique could reveal new treatments for cancer and other diseases

Leicester researchers have described application of a pioneering chemical technique which could unlock ground-breaking new treatments for cancer and other diseases.

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09:04 News-Medical.Net Quantum dots can quantify specific types of cells inside deep tissues of the body

To accurately diagnose and treat diseases, doctors and researchers need to see inside bodies. Medical imaging tools have come a long way since the humble x-ray, but most existing tools remain too coarse to quantify numbers or specific types of cells inside deep tissues of the body.

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07:02 News-Medical.Net New approach could lead to quicker generation of effective, personalized cancer vaccines

Scientists have created a pipeline for identifying, prioritizing and evaluating potential tumor antigens for the fast generation of cancer vaccines, according to a report published today in eLife.

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01:23 ScienceDaily.com Rapid peptide discovery and ‘plug-and-play’ technology could make personalized cancer vaccines reality

Scientists have created a pipeline for identifying, prioritizing and evaluating potential tumor antigens for the fast generation of cancer vaccines, according to a new report.

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22.03.2022
20:45 News-Medical.Net BGI discovery could pave the way for advances in organ regeneration and synthetic biology

In a world-first, scientists from BGI-Research, Chinese Academy of Sciences, and a group of partners published a study in Nature, announcing the discovery of a transgene-free, rapid, and controllable method to convert pluripotent stem-cells into bona fide 8-cell totipotent embryo-like cells, paving the way for advances in organ regeneration and synthetic biology.

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20:43 Nature.Com Publisher Correction: Structural basis for mismatch surveillance by CRISPR–Cas9

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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20:34 LiveScience.com Brain-computer interface helps patient with locked-in syndrome communicate

He used a brain-computer interface to form words and phrases.

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18:22 AzoRobotics.com Researchers Use AI to Detect Organ Transplant Rejection

Patients with end-stage heart failure may benefit from a heart transplant. Many patients, unfortunately, suffer from organ transplant rejection, which occurs when the immune system destroys the...

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14:10 Phys.org New CRISPR element regulates viral defense

What tasks need to be done today, and which is the most urgent? People have to constantly set priorities in their daily life. Bacteria are no different: They too must prioritize when combating viruses with CRISPR. However, it was unclear how this prioritization takes place. Scientists from the Helmholtz Institute for RNA-based Infection Research (HIRI) in Würzburg, a joint venture of the Helmholtz Centre for Infection Research (HZI) in Braunschweig and the Julius Maximilian University (JMU) Würzburg, in cooperation with researchers from the universities of Würzburg, Freiburg and Leipzig, have now described an underlying mechanism for the first time. Their study was published in the journal Nature Microbiology.

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05:49 News-Medical.Net Using CRISPR/Cas to develop biosafety materials

Researchers discuss the use of the highly efficient CRISPR/Cas technologies to identify viral genome sequences for biosafety purposes.

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01:55 News-Medical.Net AI system can help detect the degree and severity of heart transplant rejection

Heart transplantation can be a lifesaving operation for patients with end-stage heart failure. However, many patients experience organ transplant rejection, in which the immune system begins attacking the transplanted organ.

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21.03.2022
20:26 Phys.org Research results in cells that may facilitate advances in organ regeneration

In a world-first, scientists from BGI-Research, Chinese Academy of Sciences, and a group of partners published a study in Nature, announcing the discovery of a transgene-free, rapid, and controllable method to convert pluripotent stem-cells into bona fide 8-cell totipotent embryo-like cells, paving the way for advances in organ regeneration and synthetic biology.

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19:45 Nanowerk.com New CRISPR element regulates viral defense

Mechanism for prioritizing the immune response discovered.

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19:40 Nature.Com Rolling back of human pluripotent stem cells to an 8-cell embryo-like stage

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18:08 AzoNano.com Nano-Improvements to Rheumatoid Arthritis Stem Cell Therapy Show Success

An article published in the journal Biomaterials shows that CuS@MnO2 nanoparticles (NPs) synthesized with a short bacteriophage-selected mesenchymal stem cell (MSC) targeting peptide allowed the...

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16:45 AzoNano.com Graphene Biomaterials to Help Advance Soft Tissue Engineering

In a review article published recently in the MDPI journal materials, the architecture and characteristics of common graphene-based nanomaterials (GBNs) were discussed, as well as the advances in...

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20.03.2022
14:34 Technology.org Cellular rejuvenation therapy safely reverses signs of aging in mice

Salk researchers treated mice with anti-aging regimen beginning in middle age and found no increase in cancer or

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19.03.2022
15:03 Nanowerk.com A new brain-computer interface with a flexible backing

The flexible backing allows arrays of micro-scale needles to conform to the contours of the brain, which improves high-resolution brain recording.

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00:50 ScienceDaily.com Piezo1 possible key to supporting muscle regeneration in Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy

Tracing the impact of a single protein, Piezo1, researchers found that restoring it in muscles affected by Duchenne muscular dystrophy could improve their ability to heal efficiently.

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18.03.2022
14:03 Technology.org A New Brain-computer Interface with a Flexible Backing

The flexible backing allows arrays of micro-scale needles to conform to the contours of the brain, which improves

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11:33 Technology.org A New Brain-computer Interface with a Flexible Backing

Engineering researchers have invented an advanced brain-computer interface with a flexible and moldable backing and penetrating microneedles. Adding

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05:44 News-Medical.Net New approach radically increases the success of breast cancer immunotherapy

A study published in the journal Nature Cancer, carried out within the Cancer Programme at the Hospital del Mar Medical Research Institute (IMIM-Hospital del Mar) by the Cancer Stem Cells and Metastasis Dynamics Laboratory, led by Dr. Toni Celià-Terrassa, and the Laboratory of Molecular Cancer Therapy, coordinated by Dr. Joan Albanell, with the participation of international centers, has discovered an approach that radically increases the success of immunotherapy in one of the most aggressive types of tumors, triple-negative breast cancer.

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17.03.2022
18:04 Phys.org Researchers catalog cell types present in white fat tissue in mice and in humans

Once considered to be inert, white adipose tissue is now recognized to be dynamic and to play an interactive role in a wide array of biological and metabolic processes. Diet and energy expenditure can cause dramatic changes to the physiology, behavior and cellular make-up of white adipose tissue, and these changes, in turn, are linked with metabolic diseases, including type 2 diabetes.

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18:04 Phys.org Using AI in health sciences education requires interdisciplinary collaboration and risk assessment

Over the past five years, there has been an increase in research and development related to the use of artificial intelligence (AI) in health sciences education in fields such as medicine, nursing and occupational therapy. AI-enhanced technologies have been shown to have educational value and offer flexibility for students. For example, learning scenarios can be repeated and completed remotely, and educational experiences can be standardized.

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16:16 Technology.org Visionary Progress: Stem Cell-derived Retinal Patch

Stem cell-derived retinal patch is shown to survive two years post-implantation, function without triggering immune rejection. A retinal

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10:36 Technology.org Patients want AI, doctors to work together

Engineer, philosophers outline framework for integration of machine learning into medical diagnostics. Artificial intelligence (AI) shows tremendous promise

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09:24 NewScientist.Com AI analyses drug users’ trip reports to better understand psychedelics

A pattern recognition algorithm scoured 6850 accounts of people’s experiences with 27 drugs to learn more about how they alter consciousness

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07:42 TechInvestorNews.com SambaNova, DeLorean AI tech offers kidney treatment guidance to doctors (webmaster@theregister.co.uk (Katyanna Quach)/The Register)

webmaster@theregister.co.uk (Katyanna Quach) / The RegisterSambaNova, DeLorean AI tech offers kidney treatment guidance to doctors - When this baby hits 88 GHz, youre going to see some serious stuff AI hardware slinger SambaNova and software biz DeLorean AI have teamed up to provide smart predictive tools to help clinicians hopefully better care for patients suffering kidney problems. ...

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02:49 News-Medical.Net Discovery of how NK cells are regulated in peripheral tissues could help combat cancer, other diseases

New research reveals factors that control the interplay of natural killer (NK) cells-; which are part of the body's innate, or first line, immune response-; with tumor cells, viral infections, and solid organ transplants.

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16.03.2022
21:26 TechnologyReview.com What do psychedelic drugs do to our brains? AI could help us find out

Psychedelic drugs have long been touted as possible treatments for mental-health disorders like depression and PTSD. But very little is really known about what these substances actually do to our brains—and it can be hard to find out. Understanding how they work could help unlock their potential. Some scientists are using AI to figure it…

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20:25 ScienceDaily.com Stem cell-derived retinal patch is shown to survive two years post-implantation

A retinal stem cell patch continues to make progress in its bid to secure approval from the Food and Drug Administration. The latest milestone? Results finding that after two years, not only can the implant survive, but also it does not elicit clinically detectable inflammation or signs of immune rejection, even without long-term immunosuppression.

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19:20 Nanowerk.com Stem cell-derived retinal patch is shown to survive post-implantation

Results finding that after two years, not only can the implant survive, but also it does not elicit clinically detectable inflammation or signs of immune rejection, even without long-term immunosuppression.

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19:15 ScienceDaily.com Bacterial enzyme makes new type of biodegradable polymer

Strings of sugars called polysaccharides are the most abundant biopolymers on Earth. Because of their versatile and environmentally friendly properties, these molecules could eventually replace some plastics. Now, researchers have identified a previously unknown bacterial enzyme that can make a new type of polysaccharide, which is similar to the biopolymer chitin. The new molecule is biodegradable and could be useful for drug delivery, tissue engineering and other biomedical applications.

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17:21 News-Medical.Net Epigenetic changes could be a biomarker for early detection of type 1 diabetes

Children who develop type 1 diabetes show epigenetic changes in the cells of their immune system already before the antibodies of the disease are detected in their blood.

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15:11 Phys.org Bacterial enzyme makes new type of biodegradable polymer

Strings of sugars called polysaccharides are the most abundant biopolymers on Earth. Because of their versatile and environmentally friendly properties, these molecules could eventually replace some plastics. Now, researchers reporting in ACS Central Science have identified a previously unknown bacterial enzyme that can make a new type of polysaccharide, which is similar to the biopolymer chitin. The new molecule is biodegradable and could be useful for drug delivery, tissue engineering and other biomedical applications.

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00:19 ScienceDaily.com A new brain-computer interface with a flexible backing

Engineering researchers have invented an advanced brain-computer interface with a flexible and moldable backing and penetrating microneedles. Adding a flexible backing to this kind of brain-computer interface allows the device to more evenly conform to the brain's complex curved surface and to more uniformly distribute the microneedles that pierce the cortex. The microneedles, which are 10 times thinner than the human hair, protrude from the flexible backing, penetrate the surface of the brain tissue without piercing surface venules, and record signals from nearby nerve cells evenly across a wide area of the cortex. This novel brain-computer interface has thus far been tested in rodents.

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15.03.2022
22:46 ScienceDaily.com Cell fusion ‘awakens’ regenerative potential of human retina

Fusing human retinal cells with adult stem cells could be a potential therapeutic strategy to treat retinal damage and visual impairment, according to the findings of a new study. The hybrid cells were injected into a growing retinal organoid, a model that closely resembles the function of the human retina. The researchers found that the hybrid cells successfully engrafted into the tissue and differentiated into cells that closely resemble ganglion cells, a type of neuron essential for vision. The hybrid cells act by awakening the regenerative potential of human retinal tissue, previously only thought to be the preserve of cold-blood vertebrates.

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19:26 Phys.org California's first lab-grown mosquitoes may take flight—stirring controversy

A biotech firm is seeking permission to release genetically modified mosquitoes into the open air of California for the first time later this year, aiming to reduce the expanding populations of invasive mosquitoes and prevent deadly disease.

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18:41 ScienceDaily.com People with diabetes who eat less processed food at night may live longer

The time of day that people with diabetes eat certain foods may be just as important to their well-being as portion size and calories, according to a new study.

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02:18 News-Medical.Net Implementation of the 2014 kidney allocation system led to increase in kidney transplantation referrals

A study of patients initiating dialysis during 2012-2016 at nine transplant centers in the Southeastern US found that dialysis facilities referred more incident patients and transplant centers evaluated more incident patients following implementation of the 2014 kidney allocation system (KAS) but fewer evaluated patients were placed onto the waitlist.

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02:03 News-Medical.Net Using mRNA to introduce gene editor into human muscle stem cells

Mutations that lead to muscle atrophy can be repaired with the gene editor CRISPR-Cas9. A team led by ECRC researcher Helena Escobar has now introduced the tool into human muscle stem cells for the first time using mRNA, thus discovering a method suitable for therapeutic applications.

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14.03.2022
19:05 Phys.org Laser flashes for cancer research: Research team achieves milestone in proton irradiation

Irradiation with fast protons is a more effective and less invasive cancer treatment than X-rays. However, modern proton therapy requires large particle accelerators, which has experts investigating alternative accelerator concepts, such as laser systems to accelerate protons. Such systems are deployed in preclinical studies to pave the way for optimal radiation therapy. A research team led by the Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf (HZDR) has now successfully tested irradiation with laser protons on animals for the first time, as the group reports in the journal Nature Physics.

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13:48 News-Medical.Net Bioactive small molecules enhance CRISPR/Cas9 loss-of-function editing in human cells

Researchers demonstrate enhanced loss-of-function editing of CRISPR/Cas9 in human cells.

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13:37 Technology.org Clearance of Senescent Cells is a Promising Approach to the Treatment of Alzheimer’s Disease

Today’s open access review discusses the growing burden of cellular senescence with age in the context of brain

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12:32 Technology.org Clearance of Senescent Cells is a Promising Approach to the Treatment of Alzheimer’s Disease

Today’s open access review discusses the growing burden of cellular senescence with age in the context of brain

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13.03.2022
19:20 ScienceDaily.com Chronic lactate exposure leads to cellular disruptions implicated in cancer and possibly T2 diabetes

Acute amounts of lactate like those generated during exercise are probably required for healthy cells, but chronic exposure causes cellular disruption which can lead to cancer, heart failure and type 2 diabetes, according to a new study.

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03:45 BBC Health Xenotransplantation: Are pigs the future of organ transplants?

After a series of medical breakthroughs, will these animals solve the global shortage of organs?

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12.03.2022
22:47 Google news Sci/Tech The 30-year-old female founder at the forefront of a billion-dollar bet on CRISPR gene editing - CNBC

The 30-year-old female founder at the forefront of a billion-dollar bet on CRISPR gene editing  CNBCView Full Coverage on Google News

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21:34 Nature.Com Daily briefing: CRISPR patent ruling won’t be the end of it

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18:56 CNBC top news The 30-year-old female founder at the forefront of a billion-dollar bet on CRISPR gene editing

Nathan Chen’s sister Janice co-founded Mammoth Biosciences while watching her brother skate in the Olympics. Her plan: get the CRISPR start-up to $100 billion.

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15:39 Technology.org Research aims to help women with Type 1 diabetes live longer, healthier lives

“You’re stronger than you think,” said diabetes researcher Jane Yardley, as she clinked the 306-pound (138-kilogram) weight into place

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11.03.2022
19:46 BBC Health Transplant mum reunited with sons after six months in Papworth

Her heart surgeon describes 48-year-old Nicola Sharpe's survival as "against all the odds".

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15:13 LiveScience.com 1st-of-its-kind heart transplant in infant could prevent organ rejection

The novel procedure involves transplanting a heart along with thymus tissue from the same donor.

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15:13 LiveScience.com Biofuel: Definition, types, pros and cons

What are biofuels and how are they made?

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10:22 News-Medical.Net Researchers solve the structure of large signaling protein involved in emergence of blood cancers

Researchers led by Christopher Garcia of the Ludwig Center at Stanford University have solved the long-sought structure of a large signaling protein involved in responses to infection, inflammation, the generation of immune cells and when dysregulated by mutation-; the emergence of blood cancers known as myeloproliferative neoplasms.

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03:15 ScienceDaily.com Human induced pluripotent stem cells improve visual acuity, vascular health

Researchers are investigating novel regenerative medicine approaches to better manage vascular health complications from type 2 diabetes that could someday support blood vessel repair in the eye among diabetic patients with early retinal vascular dysfunction.

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10.03.2022
16:09 CNN Health Baby gets first heart and thymus transplant, possibly eliminating need for dangerous lifelong medication

An immune deficiency meant Easton Sinnamon was uniquely qualified for a novel surgery to receive both a new heart and a processed thymus from the same donor, potentially eliminating the need for him to take immune-suppressing medications for the rest of his life.

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15:58 Phys.org How pet cancer data sheds light on human cancers and speeds the development of new treatments

Stunning advances have happened in medicine since President Richard Nixon declared the "war on cancer" just over a half-century ago.

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03:42 Google news Sci/Tech Man who received first pig heart transplant dies two months after experimental surgery - The Independent

Man who received first pig heart transplant dies two months after experimental surgery  The IndependentUS man who got 1st pig heart transplant dies after 2 months  Yahoo NewsPatient who received genetically modified pig heart in groundbreaking transplant surgery dies  CNNPatient Who Recieved Groundbreaking Pig Heart Transplant Dies  The New York TimesFirst person to receive heart transplant from pig dies  KENS 5: Your San Antonio News SourceView Full Coverage on Google News

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03:16 CNN Health Patient who received genetically modified pig heart in groundbreaking transplant surgery dies

A 57-year-old Maryland man who had received a genetically modified pig heart in a first-of-its-kind transplant surgery has died, the University of Maryland Medical Center said Wednesday.

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09.03.2022
23:41 LiveScience.com Man who received 1st pig heart transplant has died

The exact cause of the man's death is still unclear.

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23:41 Google news Sci/Tech US man who got 1st pig heart transplant dies after 2 months - The Associated Press - en Español

US man who got 1st pig heart transplant dies after 2 months  The Associated Press - en EspañolMaryland Native & Recipient Of First-Ever Genetically Modified Pig's Heart Transplant Dies  WJZPatient Who Recieved Groundbreaking Pig Heart Transplant Dies  The New York TimesPatient who received genetically modified pig heart in groundbreaking transplant surgery dies  CNNView Full Coverage on Google News

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22:53 Google news Sci/Tech Man who received first pig heart transplant dies two months after experimental surgery - The Independent

Man who received first pig heart transplant dies two months after experimental surgery  The IndependentUS man who got 1st pig heart transplant dies after 2 months  Yahoo NewsPatient who received genetically modified pig heart in groundbreaking transplant surgery dies  CNNPatient Who Recieved Groundbreaking Pig Heart Transplant Dies  The New York TimesMaryland Native & Recipient Of First-Ever Genetically Modified Pig's Heart Transplant Dies  WJZ

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22:00 CNN Patient who received genetically modified pig heart in groundbreaking transplant surgery dies

A 57-year-old Maryland man who had received a genetically modified pig heart in a first-of-its-kind transplant surgery has died, the University of Maryland Medical Center said Wednesday.

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21:25 Medscape.Com Man Who Received First Modified Pig Heart Transplant Dies

David Bennett Sr, who had terminal heart disease and became the first person to receive a genetically modified pig heart, lived for 2 months following the transplant.

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20:24 Google news Sci/Tech US man who got 1st pig heart transplant dies after 2 months - Yahoo News

US man who got 1st pig heart transplant dies after 2 months  Yahoo NewsPatient Who Recieved Groundbreaking Pig Heart Transplant Dies  The New York TimesPatient who received genetically modified pig heart in groundbreaking transplant surgery dies  CNNPatient who received a genetically modified pig's heart has died, hospital says  The Washington PostView Full Coverage on Google News

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20:11 Google news Sci/Tech First person to receive heart transplant from pig dies, says Maryland hospital - The Guardian

First person to receive heart transplant from pig dies, says Maryland hospital  The GuardianView Full Coverage on Google News

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19:58 Google news Sci/Tech Patient Who Recieved Groundbreaking Pig Heart Transplant Dies - The New York Times

Patient Who Recieved Groundbreaking Pig Heart Transplant Dies  The New York TimesUS man who got 1st pig heart transplant dies after 2 months  Yahoo NewsFirst person to receive gene-edited pig heart dies two months after historic transplant  USA TODAYPatient who received genetically modified pig heart in groundbreaking transplant surgery dies  CNNView Full Coverage on Google News

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19:21 Google news Sci/Tech First person to receive heart transplant from pig dies, says Maryland hospital - The Guardian

First person to receive heart transplant from pig dies, says Maryland hospital  The GuardianPatient in Groundbreaking Heart Transplant Dies  The New York TimesFirst person to receive gene-edited pig heart dies two months after historic transplant  USA TODAYMan who received first pig heart transplant dies after two months  The IndependentView Full Coverage on Google News

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19:17 Nature.Com Major CRISPR patent decision won’t end tangled dispute

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19:08 Phys.org Beyond CRISPR: New DNA tools rewrite genes to fight diseases like COVID-19

When Emmanuelle Charpentier and Jennifer Doudna won the Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 2020, their CRISPR gene editor had revolutionized medicine, agriculture, and genetics in just a few short years. But already, plans were in the works to move beyond CRISPR's simple scissors, which snip genes out of a DNA sequence.

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18:50 ScienceDaily.com A new approach for bolstering the ability of T cells to fight cancer

A collaborative study has discovered a new immune checkpoint that may be exploited for cancer therapy. The study shows that by inhibiting the protein tyrosine phosphatase PTP1B in T cells, the body's immune response to cancer can be mobilized, helping to repress tumor growth.

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18:16 NYT Health Patient in Groundbreaking Heart Transplant Dies

David Bennett Sr. had received a heart from a genetically modified pig, a procedure that may yet offer hope to millions of Americans needing transplants.

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18:04 NYT Science Patient in Groundbreaking Heart Transplant Dies

David Bennett Sr. had received a heart from a genetically modified pig, a procedure that may yet offer hope to millions of Americans needing transplants.

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