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Biomarkers are a naturally occurring molecule, gene, or characteristic by which a particular disease can be identified.
In a pre-clinical study, fibrinogen increased the death of mouse brain neurons, suggeting fibrin can have similar toxic effects on neurons.
A new grant will allow an international team to determine if scent-processing nerves in the nose play a role in the development of Parkinson's and could aid in the development of novel therapeutics.
The small molecule successfully targeted the C9orf72 gene that causes amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) and frontotemporal dementia (FTD).
27 October 2021 | By Takara Bio
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This whitepaper overviews phenotypic and functional characterisation of CAR-T cells with advanced flow cytometry and live-cell analysis.
A CRISPR screening tool identified a new target for acute myeloid leukaemia with fewer side effects than current approaches.
A new study sequenced tumour DNA for the “ultrasensitive” detection of HPV, further honing precision treatment of the illness.
DNA methylation at specific genomic sites was found to correlate with non-fatty liver disease and could be used to diagnose severity.
New research has revealed that club cells secret anti-immunosuppressive factors in tumours, potentially revolutionising cancer therapies.
New genomic study reveals that the microbiome could predict rheumatoid arthritis prognosis, potentially advancing treatments.
The Gut Cell Atlas comprises 428,000 cells in the gut and sheds light on the origin of Crohn’s disease and other intestinal diseases.
Researchers have created a tool that allows glycomics datasets to be analysed using artificial intelligence for early cancer diagnoses.
Evaluation of neurotoxicity effects is an active area of investigation in drug discovery and disease modeling.
The discovery that the TRPV4 gene regulates cartilage growth could lead to treatments for osteoarthritis and other cartilage diseases.