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University of Cambridge to generate antibodies

University of Cambridge to generate antibodies

New embryonic stem cells technology

New embryonic stem cells technology

New vaccine to stop cocaine addiction

New vaccine to stop cocaine addiction

Synthetic skin from human embryonic stem cells

Synthetic skin from human embryonic stem cells

£20 million funding for stem cell research in the UK

£20 million funding for stem cell research in the UK

New medical patent covering the generation of genetically enhanced therapeutic antigens

New medical patent covering the generation of genetically enhanced therapeutic antigens

New therapy to send cancer-killing drugs directly to tumours

New therapy to send cancer-killing drugs directly to tumours

Double-punch approach to vaccine design more effective

Double-punch approach to vaccine design more effective

Novel molecular targeting technologies to deliver gene-silencing therapy

Novel molecular targeting technologies to deliver gene-silencing therapy

Blueprint for rational design of vaccines that induce desired T-cell responses

Blueprint for rational design of vaccines that induce desired T-cell responses

New target of a cancer-causing gene

New target of a cancer-causing gene

Research into flipping genes therapy by Leeds University

Research into flipping genes therapy by Leeds University

Possible new second-generation multiple sclerosis therapy

Possible new second-generation multiple sclerosis therapy

Researchers have isolated a protein receptor in chickens responsible for transferring antibodies from mother to offspring

Researchers have isolated a protein receptor in chickens responsible for transferring antibodies from mother to offspring

Study shows herpes is common in suburban populations, with Denver up to 20 percent

Study shows herpes is common in suburban populations, with Denver up to 20 percent

Clinical use of immunoassays not recommended as a primary means of assessing environmental fungal exposure

Clinical use of immunoassays not recommended as a primary means of assessing environmental fungal exposure

The number of antibody-based medicines will climb dramatically

The number of antibody-based medicines will climb dramatically

Minority women are disproportionately impacted by the autoimmune disease lupus

Minority women are disproportionately impacted by the autoimmune disease lupus

Cholesterol-lowering drugs could treat multiple sclerosis

Cholesterol-lowering drugs could treat multiple sclerosis

Nanobodies herald a new era in cancer therapy

Nanobodies herald a new era in cancer therapy

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