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PsiOxus, Parker Institute for Cancer Immunotherapy plan to partner on tumor-specific immuno-gene therapy
PsiOxus Therapeutics and the newly launched Parker Institute for Cancer Immunotherapy have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for a planned collaboration using the Tumor-Specific Immuno-Gene Therapy (T-SIGn) platform developed by PsiOxus.
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Allergan partners with Heptares to develop treatments for neurological disorders
By PBR Staff Writer
Allergan and Heptares Therapeutics have formed a global R&D and commercialization partnership for novel treatments in Alzheimer's and other neurological disorders.
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Forge Therapeutics and Active Motif form epigenetics research collaboration
By PBR Staff Writer
Forge Therapeutics and Active Motif said they will collaborate on epigenetic research related to the family of iron-containing lysine demethylases known as Jumonji KDMs.
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Blueberries could help fight Alzheimer's
'Super fruit' blueberries could play a vital role in preventing Alzheimer's. The fruit which has already been hailed for its ability to lower the risk of heart disease and cancer contains antioxidants that could prevent the devastating effects of this form of dementia.
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A step closer to a male birth control pill
For many years, scientists have attempted to formulate a male birth control pill, finally researchers at the University of Minnesota have made a significant breakthrough that may lead to a male contraceptive.
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Kalytera, Ramot at Tel Aviv University to study novel approach to treat osteogenesis imperfecta
Kalytera Therapeutics has signed a preclinical research agreement with Ramot at Tel Aviv University ("Ramot") to evaluate three Kalytera drug candidates to assess their potential ability to strengthen bone in persons with osteogenesis imperfecta ("OI"), a rare group of genetic disorders characterized by bones that are brittle and break easily.
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Tarantula venom could be used in painkillers
While most fear the sight of tarantulas let alone their deadly venom, it turns out toxins from some animals could actually have a therapeutic benefit.
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Beer could be used to fight cancer and disease
A key ingredient in beer could be used as medicine to fight disease. Hops, found in the alcoholic beverage which gives it its bitter taste, are surprisingly helpful to halt bacterial growth and disease.
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Netflix marathons might make you miserable
In 2015 users spent 10 billion hours watching Netflix, it is estimated that 61% of users binge-watch shows every few weeks. According to research by the University of Toledo these types of viewing habits could make you miserable and needs to be addressed.
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Inovio signs collaborative research deals with Wistar Institute for DNA-based immunotherapies
Inovio Pharmaceuticals has signed collaborative research agreements (CRAs) with the Wistar Institute for preventive and therapeutic DNA-based immunotherapy applications and products for cancers and infectious diseases developed by David B. Weiner, Ph.D., and his Wistar laboratory.
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Sanofi, DiCE Molecules collaborate to replace injections with new oral medicines
Sanofi and DiCE Molecules have signed a research collaboration agreement to discover new drugs that may potentially replace injections to treat several diseases.
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Scancell collaborates with research team at Karolinska Institutet
Scancell has embarked on a strategic research collaboration with scientists at the Rheumatology Unit at Karolinska Institutet, Sweden, led by Professors Lars Klareskog and Vivianne Malmström.
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Where Prostate Cancer Spreads in the Body Affects Survival Time
Prostate cancer is the most common cancer in men in the UK, with 1 in 8 being diagnosed with the illness. Researchers at Duke Cancer Institute have discovered that where the cancer spreads to has a direct impact on how long a person will survive.
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Monkeys Drive Wheelchairs Using Only Their Thoughts
Neuroscientists have developed a brain-machine interface (BMI) that allows primates to use their thoughts to navigate a robotic wheelchair, demonstrating future potential for people with disabilities who have lost muscle control and mobility.
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Is there any stopping Super Lice?
Super lice are fighting back, developing resistance to over-the-counter treatment product Pyrethroids. In at least 25 states lice are combating the efforts of concerned parents and continuing to cause havoc with their kids.
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