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New Brain-Mapping Technique Captures Every Connection Between Neurons http://ow.ly/2nsy503HWpW
A new technique called MAP-seq uses RNA bar codes to quickly and cheaply chart connections between brain cells.
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Molecular Origami: Protein Engineering Emerges to Fight Disease http://ow.ly/4FYB503wTt7
Creating molecules that do not exist in nature could give drug design a boost
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How Genetic Engineering Will Change Everything http://ow.ly/LCXS503rBxO
The future is going to be genetically modified. That means the future could be disease-free with babies being designed in labs by parents who live in a world where aging has stopped all thanks to genetic engineering. Or the future might be something else entirely with state-mandated genetic engineering to turn citizens into super soldiers. Who knows.
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Scientists in Singapore grow functioning 'mini' midbrain tissue http://ow.ly/hWXl502Vpbf
The discovery will allow scientists to test cures for brain diseases such as Parkinson's on the tissue.
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Like other Silicon Valley startups, almost anyone can bring a drug to market from their garage with just a computer, the internet, and freely available data. #GarageBiotech http://ow.ly/koRR301OC2l
Pharmaceutical companies typically develop new drugs with thousands of staff and budgets that run into the billions of dollars. One estimate puts the cost
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New enzyme-mapping advance could help drug development http://ow.ly/vgBI503zosB
Scientists at MIT and the University of São Paulo in Brazil have identified the structure of an enzyme that could be a good target for drugs combatting three diseases common in the developing...
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Directly reprogramming a cell's identity with gene editing http://ow.ly/NdVG503rBLd
Researchers have used CRISPR—a revolutionary new genetic engineering technique—to convert cells isolated from mouse connective tissue directly into neuronal cells.
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UCLA Clinical Microarray Core is now on scientist.com! A CAP-accredited, fully automated, high-throughput genomic facility.
Because my preferred vendor was already in the Scientist network, I was able to order without the usual 2- to 3-month legal delay. Illustrations__v copy 5. Pharma Scientist (Anonymized). Top 10 Pharma. Thanks to Scientist we won a six-figure contract with a major pharmaceutical company.
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German Scientists Found a New Antibiotic—and It’s In Your Nose http://ow.ly/WVE6502RpVa
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Researchers show novel technique that can 'taste' DNA http://ow.ly/dj80502MlNb
Scientists at The University of Nottingham have demonstrated for the first time that it is possible to selectively sequence fragments of DNA in real time, greatly reducing the time needed to analyse biological samples.
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What will separate the winners and the losers in the immuno-oncology R&D race? http://ow.ly/8H32501Uh3M
With the Cancer Moonshot initiative in the spotlight today, here are some insights to consider in the race to develop immuno-oncology drugs.
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