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Immunomedics awarded U.S. and Australian patents

Immunomedics awarded U.S. and Australian patents

Nanotechnology used to smuggle a powerful chemotherapeutic drug inside tumor cells

Nanotechnology used to smuggle a powerful chemotherapeutic drug inside tumor cells

Chemokine Therapeutics granted new U.S patent

Chemokine Therapeutics granted new U.S patent

Designed drug for combined hormone and chemotherapy treatment

Designed drug for combined hormone and chemotherapy treatment

Lorus Therapeutics receives patent allowance to protect novel anticancer drug

Lorus Therapeutics receives patent allowance to protect novel anticancer drug

Virulizin granted orphan drug status in Europe

Virulizin granted orphan drug status in Europe

Researchers successfully image delivery and gene expression of DNA nanoparticles into lungs of CF mice

Researchers successfully image delivery and gene expression of DNA nanoparticles into lungs of CF mice

Introgen wins European patent decision on p53 gene therapeutic

Introgen wins European patent decision on p53 gene therapeutic

Newly discovered gene could provide targets for diabetes therapies

Newly discovered gene could provide targets for diabetes therapies

Nastech Pharmaceutical awarded new breast cancer patent

Nastech Pharmaceutical awarded new breast cancer patent

Targepeutics issued new U.S patent

Targepeutics issued new U.S patent

Protein, called "eed," crucial to the regulation of genes in embryonic stem cells

Protein, called "eed," crucial to the regulation of genes in embryonic stem cells

Study shows how COX-2 inhibitors lead to heart disease

Study shows how COX-2 inhibitors lead to heart disease

Anti-inflammatory protein annexin 1 may protect patients from the detrimental effects of severe inflammatory response syndrome

Anti-inflammatory protein annexin 1 may protect patients from the detrimental effects of severe inflammatory response syndrome

Market forces alone are not sufficient to produce new drugs needed for children with cancer

Market forces alone are not sufficient to produce new drugs needed for children with cancer

Researchers find first gene for inherited testicular cancer in mice

Researchers find first gene for inherited testicular cancer in mice

Tumor vasculature has become an attractive target in the treatment of cancer.

Tumor vasculature has become an attractive target in the treatment of cancer.

Unsuspected protein CD147, regulates the production of plaque-forming peptides that are the defining feature of Alzheimer's

Unsuspected protein CD147, regulates the production of plaque-forming peptides that are the defining feature of Alzheimer's

Research reveals atomic structure of angiopoietin-2, a key protein involved in the neo-vascularization of solid tumors

Research reveals atomic structure of angiopoietin-2, a key protein involved in the neo-vascularization of solid tumors

NIAID has awarded 10 grants and 2 contracts totaling approximately $27 million to fund development of new therapeutics and vaccines against bioterrorism

NIAID has awarded 10 grants and 2 contracts totaling approximately $27 million to fund development of new therapeutics and vaccines against bioterrorism