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Breakthrough humanized mouse model offers new insights for immunotherapy development

Breakthrough humanized mouse model offers new insights for immunotherapy development

New electrospinning innovations transform wearable and implantable medical devices

New electrospinning innovations transform wearable and implantable medical devices

New MOBE technology revolutionizes multiplexed genome editing

New MOBE technology revolutionizes multiplexed genome editing

Groundbreaking study advances human in vitro gametogenesis for infertility treatment

Groundbreaking study advances human in vitro gametogenesis for infertility treatment

World's first human mini-brain with a fully functional blood-brain barrier developed

World's first human mini-brain with a fully functional blood-brain barrier developed

Natural compounds in gut microbiome show promise for inflammation treatment

Natural compounds in gut microbiome show promise for inflammation treatment

ELRIG UK announces Profs Ijeoma Uchegbu and Marcus Schindler as keynote speakers at Drug Discovery 2024

ELRIG UK announces Profs Ijeoma Uchegbu and Marcus Schindler as keynote speakers at Drug Discovery 2024

JAX researchers develop a powerful platform to study human health conditions

JAX researchers develop a powerful platform to study human health conditions

Breaking through new research barriers with iPSC technology

Breaking through new research barriers with iPSC technology

Dr. Chao Ma: Pioneering 'Leukemia-on-a-Chip' for CAR T Cell Therapy at SLAS 2024

Dr. Chao Ma: Pioneering 'Leukemia-on-a-Chip' for CAR T Cell Therapy at SLAS 2024

RT-PCR genotyping outperforms whole-genome sequencing in speedy and accurate COVID-19 variant tracking

RT-PCR genotyping outperforms whole-genome sequencing in speedy and accurate COVID-19 variant tracking

Unveiling Hidden Potential: Organoids for Disease Modeling in Neuroscience Research

Unveiling Hidden Potential: Organoids for Disease Modeling in Neuroscience Research

RSV vaccines would dramatically reduce disease burden if widely adopted like flu shots

RSV vaccines would dramatically reduce disease burden if widely adopted like flu shots

Stem-cell-derived brain cells hold promise for Alzheimer's, Parkinson's research

Stem-cell-derived brain cells hold promise for Alzheimer's, Parkinson's research

New study identifies 4,749 key gene clusters that influence progression of 32 cancer types

New study identifies 4,749 key gene clusters that influence progression of 32 cancer types

U-M receives CDC grant to establish new center to improve public health response to disease outbreaks

U-M receives CDC grant to establish new center to improve public health response to disease outbreaks

Mount Sinai researchers identify the structure of a special red blood cell transporter

Mount Sinai researchers identify the structure of a special red blood cell transporter

New research sheds light on role of KRAS mutations in pancreatic cancer

New research sheds light on role of KRAS mutations in pancreatic cancer

MD Anderson and Nexo Therapeutics partner to advance new cancer therapies against previously undruggable targets

MD Anderson and Nexo Therapeutics partner to advance new cancer therapies against previously undruggable targets

Penn state researchers receive $2 million NIH grant to develop new bioprinting technology

Penn state researchers receive $2 million NIH grant to develop new bioprinting technology

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