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New strategy could help cells get rid of disease-related debris

New strategy could help cells get rid of disease-related debris

New electrochemical CRISPR biosensor can help improve diagnosis of diseases

New electrochemical CRISPR biosensor can help improve diagnosis of diseases

U of T, ASU scientists develop first direct gene circuit

U of T, ASU scientists develop first direct gene circuit

DNA-modulated liquid droplets may explain how prion proteins clump

DNA-modulated liquid droplets may explain how prion proteins clump

Researchers turn to older treatment methods for new health challenges

Researchers turn to older treatment methods for new health challenges

Newly developed ChiTaRS database can collect cases of druggable fusion targets

Newly developed ChiTaRS database can collect cases of druggable fusion targets

New point-of-care medical device rapidly and accurately detects viruses

New point-of-care medical device rapidly and accurately detects viruses

Illinois researchers develop lab-on-a-smartphone system to detect infectious diseases

Illinois researchers develop lab-on-a-smartphone system to detect infectious diseases

Novel detection method for retinoblastoma

Novel detection method for retinoblastoma

Researchers make progress toward gene-based strategies to treat inherited neurometabolic diseases

Researchers make progress toward gene-based strategies to treat inherited neurometabolic diseases

Hong Kong Baptist University receives FDA orphan drug designation for novel aptamer

Hong Kong Baptist University receives FDA orphan drug designation for novel aptamer

Koalas protect their germline cells against retroviral attack

Koalas protect their germline cells against retroviral attack

Simple way to effectively transport medication into the brain identified

Simple way to effectively transport medication into the brain identified

CRISPR RNA-cutting enzyme programmed to destroy viruses in human cells

CRISPR RNA-cutting enzyme programmed to destroy viruses in human cells

Cholera pathogen can acquire large stretches of genetic material from neighboring bacteria

Cholera pathogen can acquire large stretches of genetic material from neighboring bacteria

Carnegie Mellon and Yale win NIH grant to advance gene editing technique

Carnegie Mellon and Yale win NIH grant to advance gene editing technique

Entos Pharmaceuticals signs new collaboration agreement with biopharmaceutical company

Entos Pharmaceuticals signs new collaboration agreement with biopharmaceutical company

New technique can rapidly image synaptic proteins at high resolution

New technique can rapidly image synaptic proteins at high resolution

Faster, cheaper, better: improved gene therapy tool production

Faster, cheaper, better: improved gene therapy tool production

Anti-cancer protein promotes tumor resistance, shows study

Anti-cancer protein promotes tumor resistance, shows study