22 November 2016, Stevenage UK: Plasticell, the leader in high through-put technology to develop stem cell therapies in regenerative medicine, has announced the publication of peer-reviewed scientific research in the journal Stem Cells and Development, which demonstrates how the company’s award-winning platform technology can be used to discover novel cell culture protocols that expand specific populations of therapeutic stem cells present in cord blood.
23 November, 2016
Competition aims to incentivize vaccine development breakthrough
22 November, 2016
Following positive phase 3 results in moderate to severe plaque psoriasis, guselkumab represents the first specific anti-interleukin-23 monoclonal antibody to demonstrate significant improvement in signs and symptoms of active psoriatic arthritis
16 November, 2016
Corinthia Hotel London is staging a year-long Neuroscience in Residence, a first for any hotel, to study the human brain.
15 November, 2016
New technology platform exploits the power of protein aggregation to develop novel medicines
14 November, 2016
The topic of this month’s newsletter from Drug Discovery Today is “Biotherapeutics”.
11 November, 2016
A molecule thought to play a key role in some inflammatory diseases can be switched off by two widely used medicines, new research has shown.
10 November, 2016
Researchers have you thought about using the NIHR BioResource for your next study? The NIHR BioResource is poised to support your next research project with a panel of volunteers who can be selected based on genotype and/or phenotype.
09 November, 2016
Scientists at the University of Dundee have identified a `molecular commando’ which can be stealthily deployed to activate a hypoxic response, a process which can help to fight a range of conditions including stroke, angina, colitis and brain injuries.
05 November, 2016
RESEARCHERS have found a group of circulating tumour cells in prostate cancer patient blood samples which are linked to the spread of the disease, according to new research* presented at the National Cancer Research Institute (NCRI) Cancer Conference in Liverpool.
04 November, 2016
A newly identified method of activating drugs to combat one of the world’s most destructive `neglected’ diseases could lead to better medicines according to new research led by the University of Dundee.
03 November, 2016
Almost 50 years after Nobel prize-winner Andrew Huxley published his seminal findings about muscle contraction, scientists from the University of Bristol have retraced Huxley’s steps. Their findings, published today in the Biophysical Journal, could change our understanding of the response of muscles to changes in length during physical activity.
02 November, 2016