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Researchers use gene-editing tool CRISPR to cure mice of HIV

July 3, 2019
Research and Development AIDS, HIV, Nature Communications, crispr, mice, pharma

American scientists have been able to combine a new form of antiretroviral therapy (ART) with gene editing tool CRISPR/Cas9 to …


Trump administration block NIH researchers from using foetal tissue, disrupting research to cure HIV

December 10, 2018
Sales and Marketing HIV, Trump, US government, feotal tissue, mice, research

The Trump Administration has halted the acquisition of new human foetal tissue for use in experiments conducted by NIH researchers, …


Prozac prevents cognitive decline during normal aging process, study shows

August 21, 2018
Manufacturing and Production MIT, Picower Institute, Prozac, antidepressants, mice, neuroscience

A study conducted by MIT’s Picower Institute for Learning and Memory has reinforced the notion that loss in the capacity …


Regenerative process could be restored in liver after severe injuries, study shows

August 16, 2018
Research and Development Edinburgh University, liver, mice, research, transplants

Scientists at the University of Edinburgh were able to restore a regenerative response that prevented the need for a liver …


Flickering LEDs could light the way for new Alzheimer’s treatment

December 8, 2016
Medical Communications, Research and Development Alzheimer's, Cognito therapeutics, mice

Research to find a potential new treatment for Alzheimer’s was hit a blow late last month, as Eli Lilly discontinued …

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