So far, the field of RNA therapeutics has focused on biologics, but the advent of epitranscriptomics and bioinformatics tools have opened up new opportunities to test whether the modulation of RNA could be an effective therapeutic approach.
Lyophilization (Freeze-drying) in the Food Industry
Human Cell Models of the Developing Cortex
High-performance Thin Layer Chromatography (HPTLC) in the Pharmaceutical Industry
Improving Antibody Affinity Using CRISPR
Using Phage Display for Antibody Discovery and Development
What Can We Learn from the Pan-Genome?
Adding plant-based compound to gene therapy could improve treatment outcomes
Rare sex-specific brain cells found in male and female mice
Scientists unravel how left-right information is integrated to correct organ positioning
Common bug repellent may chemically 'cloak' humans from malaria-carrying mosquitos
Research could help explain why memory in old age is less flexible than in young adulthood
Researchers obtain 3D structural snapshots of key regulator of cell biology
Targeting RNA with Epitranscriptomics
Neurobiology and Therapeutic Targets of Parkinson’s Disease
Pharmacology Safety Studies Using Neural Stem Cells
Importance of Microglia in Neurodegenerative Disease and Immunity
Understanding Alzheimer's Disease Mechanisms
Multiple Sclerosis Neurobiology and Therapeutic Strategies
In this interview, Neil Benn talks to News-Medical about their range of 2d barcode scanners that are making sample management digital in the laboratory.
Ophthalmology, a highly dynamic space in vision loss and age-related eye diseases with approximately 1.3 billion people living with vision impairment.
Cedric Uytingco, PhD
In this interview, Cedric Uytingco discusses the key benefits of being able to visualize gene expression patterns in neurological samples.