Name a human gene, and you can find a movie online showing you what happens to cells when it is switched off.
31 March, 2010
Nerve-growth-factor-targeting drugs could restore confidence in the pain relief field, boosting the market and enabling the development of novel painkillers.
30 March, 2010
Vantia Therapeutics announced recently that it had revealed the structure of oral small-molecule drug candidate VA111913, a potential new treatment for dysmenorrhoea, for the first time.
29 March, 2010
A team of scientists has pinpointed genes likely to be responsible for colorectal cancer by identifying genomic copy number abnormalities that are common in both canine and human colorectal cancer research samples.
25 March, 2010
Sir James Whyte Black, the Scottish scientist who was awarded the Nobel Prize for Medicine for the invention of propranolol, has died at the age of 85 after a long illness.
23 March, 2010
Professor Shankar Balasubramanian has been named as the BBSRC Innovator of the Year 2010, winning £10,000 in recognition of his work on Solexa sequencing, a high-speed genome sequencing technology.
22 March, 2010
The 1st International Symposium on Deuterium Depletion will be held on 13–14 May 2010 in Budapest, Hungary, and will enable researchers and medical practitioners to get acquainted with deuterium depletion, a novel tool of submolecular medicine.
19 March, 2010
A new preparation of an omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acid found naturally in fish could offer hope for thousands of patients at risk of developing an inherited form of bowel cancer.
18 March, 2010
The acquisition will enhance SAGE Labs’ rodent husbandry capabilities, add new models to their product portfolio and add a strategic location for US animal distribution.
17 March, 2010
The convergence of active lifestyles, aging joints and a more enlightened approach by practitioners to treating pain is contributing to an attractive demand picture for pain management drug products.
12 March, 2010
Cellzome announces second major strategic drug discovery alliance with GlaxoSmithKline in inflammatory disease.
10 March, 2010
Trophos, announcing the launch of MitoTarget Online on behalf of the MitoTarget consortium, hopes the site will support patients and carers and speed up finding a cure for ALS, which has attacked many people – including scientist Stephen Hawking.
09 March, 2010
Construction work is underway on The Exchange, a new enterprise hub at Colworth Science Park that is being developed by Unilever and Goodman.
03 March, 2010
The new facility, located in Runcorn, Cheshire, is a substantial investment for Thermo Fisher Scientific in the north of England and is a new designated Center of Excellence for its Anatomical Pathology business.
02 March, 2010
Shire announced today it will actively support Rare Disease Day across the world by generating media coverage in many countries to raise awareness and understanding of rare diseases.
01 March, 2010