Drug Development

Improperly prescribed antibiotics and antibiotic-resistant bacteria pose serious threats to public health.
by NIST
1:26pm
9.22.2017
Bone is the second most grafted tissue after blood and is used in reconstructive, maxillofacial and orthopedic surgeries.
by University of Glasgow
9:54am
9.12.2017
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The findings could lead to new treatments for psoriasis, a common autoimmune skin disease.
by Emory Health Sciences
10:04am
9.11.2017
The success of the trial was determined based on metrics including the quality of the cells, as well as certain genes that yielded different expression levels.
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9:32am
9.8.2017
Study finds bacterial response to drugs varies in different environments.
by Anne Trafton, MIT News Office
10:52am
9.1.2017
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The technique is meant to simplify what has been a complicated path to antibody drug conjugates.
by Rice University
1:24pm
8.24.2017
The findings offer a starting point for widening the arsenal of antimicrobial agents, effective against deadly parasitic infections.
by UCSD
12:54pm
8.18.2017
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Enteropathogenic E. coli is a common cause of diarrhea in developing countries, especially in children younger than 2.
by Kansas State University
12:32pm
8.8.2017
Scientists have completed a study which showed that gold increased the effectiveness of drugs used to treat lung cancer cells.
by University of Edinburgh
9:22am
8.7.2017
An experimental technique created a model that could kick-start the development process for new drugs targeting Clostridium difficile infections.
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1:35pm
7.28.2017
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A stem cell-based method can selectively target and kill cancerous tissue while preventing some of the toxic side effects of chemotherapy.
by University of California, Irvine
8:46am
7.28.2017
Many diseases are treated with protein-based drugs.
by Kumamoto University
9:05am
7.27.2017
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Around half of all medications for chronic diseases are not taken as prescribed, costing more than $100 billion in avoidable hospital stays each year.
by Helen Knight, MIT News correspondent
1:00pm
7.25.2017
Researchers have pinpointed key molecules that prompt damaged nerve fibers in the fish to regenerate themselves.
by University of Edinburgh
9:29am
7.25.2017
Glioblastoma is particularly difficult to treat because its genetic makeup varies from patient to patient.
by Northwestern University
12:51pm
7.12.2017
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Their method should make drug design and development cheaper and more environmentally friendly.
by Rice University
2:55pm
7.5.2017
The study identified a protein within tick saliva which can bind to and neutralize several chemokines.
by University of Oxford
12:48pm
6.27.2017
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Researchers have tried to open the blood-brain barrier using ultrasound since the 1950s.
by Acoustical Society of America
10:09am
6.26.2017
Type 2 diabetes, a prolific killer, is on a steep ascent.
by Arizona State University
1:39pm
5.17.2017
The license also allows the development and commercial sale of research tools and reagents.
by Oxford Genetics
1:30pm
5.11.2017
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A pair of molecules that drive the growth of an aggressive form of brain cancer might hold the key to new therapy options for the deadly disease.
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2:48pm
5.10.2017
A new technique for combating both forms of diabetes could be on the horizon.
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10:19am
5.8.2017
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The treatment consists of iodo-thiocyanate complexes, which are inspired by enzymes and reactive molecules produced by our immune system.
by Frontiers
9:00am
5.3.2017
A new strategy may increase the tolerance of corneal transplants in patients at high risk for rejection.
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3:25pm
5.1.2017
A custom Stimulated Emission Depletion (STED) microscope—could set the stage for future treatment discoveries.
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3:17pm
4.26.2017
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The new method lets scientists analyze the effects of gene mutations at an unprecedented scale and speed.
by University of Virginia
12:28pm
4.25.2017
The ingestible technology has demonstrated several thousand -times more sensitivity to gut gases than alternative techniques.
by RMIT University
12:56pm
4.24.2017
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A team of chemists developed a simple technique for creating a class of molecules that could yield valuable disease treatments.
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9:44am
4.20.2017
Researchers from the University of Utah and Stanford University performed two separate preclinical trials with a therapy that targets the ataxin-2 gene.
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9:19am
4.13.2017
Cystic fibrosis causes the buildup of thick mucus that can clog airways and lead to dangerous infections.
by University of Missouri-Columbia
1:30pm
4.12.2017
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