Dr Diogo Camacho from the Wyss Institute at Harvard discusses new research into using machine learning algorithms to analyse RNA sequences and reveal potential drug targets.
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Researchers have found a way to systematically extract various cell types from induced pluripotent stem cells and made their transcription factor source accessible for other scientists.
Researchers from Massachusetts General Hospital have studied several thousand circulating proteins within the plasma proteome of symptomatic COVID-19 patients and acutely ill non-COVID-19 controls. Nikki Withers discussed their findings and implications of the study with one of the lead authors, Dr Mike Filbin.
The semi-automated process enabled researchers to make retinal organoid production and selection nearly four times faster.
A research team has developed a potentially universal flu vaccine that has demonstrated success in mice.
An analysis of SARS-CoV-2 has allowed researchers to identify epitopes recognised by a large fraction of COVID-19 patients, with 10 that could be targeted by antibodies.
A new technology named OligoFISSEQ has been created which can image and three-dimensionally map the genomes in hundreds of cells at the same time.
A new CRISPR technology has been created to understand mutations based on cytosine to guanine base changes and minimise unintended "off-target" mutations.
Drug Target Review lists its 10 most popular news stories from 2019, summarising the drug targets that you wanted to read about.
Scientists combine organ-on-a-chip and stem-cell technologies to make a powerful tool for diabetes research.
Researchers have grown identical brain organoids for the first time, opening avenues for neurological research.
Researchers have identified a novel drug target for the prevention of malaria.
A study has detailed the change in the gut microbiome, increasing the potential for new IBD therapies.
A novel antiplatelet therapy could help to prevent heart attacks and stroke through preventing the formation of blood clots...