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Time to move forward with replacement therapy in type 1 diabetes

Time to move forward with replacement therapy in type 1 diabetes

New research will facilitate the manufacturing of pancreatic islet cells from stem cells and might help combating type 1 diabetes with replacement therapy. Scientists made...
Researchers have found a way to regrow hair on wounded skin

Researchers have found a way to regrow hair on wounded skin

According to NYU School of Medicine, USA, there has been a way to regrow hair on damaged or wounded skin. By regrowing hair strands on...
CRISPR-Cas9 mutations: prediction tool for gene editing

CRISPR-Cas9 mutations: prediction tool for gene editing

The largest study of CRISPR-Cas9 mutations to date has developed a method to predict the exact mutations CRISPR-Cas9 gene editing can introduce to a...
Can a biosynthetic pathway be a new route to antibiotic use?

Can a biosynthetic pathway be a new route to antibiotic use?

Scientists have discovered a new route to antibiotic use, exploiting a chemical process and gene editing, also known as a biosynthetic pathway. Researchers from The...
lipid phosphatidylglycerol may help with psoriasis

Lipid phosphatidylglycerol may help with psoriasis

According to investigators, the lipid phosphatidylglycerol, that helps to keep skin cell turnover on track, may also help with psoriasis. Reported in the Journal of...
Unexplored gene recombination in the brain linked to Alzheimer's disease treatment

Unexplored gene recombination in the brain linked to Alzheimer’s disease treatment

New tech reveals DNA in neurons are 'mixed and matched', therefore the gene recombination could be a new form of Alzheimer's disease treatment. According to...
Breast cancer growth rate enhanced by bone marrow cells

Breast cancer growth rate enhanced by bone marrow cells

Researchers have discovered that breast cancer growth rate is determined by the stromal cells originating from bone marrow cells. Published in the Journal of Experimental...
Fibromyalgia treatment options: activation of glial cells

Fibromyalgia treatment options: activation of glial cells

Researchers at Karolinska Institutet, Sweden, and Harvard University, USA, have made a ground-breaking step towards finding fibromyalgia treatment options. Fibromyalgia treatment options have been difficult...
Novel antibacterial compounds created to battle antibiotic resistance development

Novel antibacterial compounds created to battle antibiotic resistance development

Researchers from the University of Eastern Finland have created novel antibacterial compounds to combat antibiotic resistance development. Focusing on the role of LsrK kinase, the...
CAR T-cell therapies in Europe

CAR T-cell therapies in Europe

Health Europa reflects on the first two CAR T-cell therapies to have been recommended for approval in the European Union. In June, the European Medicines...
The use of Sleeping Beauty mutagenesis to classify fatty liver-associated liver cancer

Sleeping Beauty mutagenesis used to classify a form of liver cancer

Researchers have used a gene screening technique called Sleeping Beauty mutagenesis identifying genes potentially responsible for fatty liver-associated liver cancer. Osaka University, Japan, led a...
Could hair cell regeneration be a treatment for deafness?

Could hair cell regeneration be a treatment for deafness?

A treatment for deafness could be on the horizon, as a European study investigates the possibility of inducing regeneration of the inner ear cells. Researchers...
Orion Corporation to provide better personalised treatments through ecosystem development

Orion Corporation to provide better personalised treatments through ecosystem development

Orion Corporation has come together with selected university research groups and companies to develop better personalised treatments using a New Modalities Ecosystem. Funded by Business...
Harmonizing birth defects and cancer research uncovers fine balance between cell survival and death

Harmonising birth defects and cancer: research uncovers fine balance between cell survival and death

A recent study suggests that it is important to strike a healthy balance between too much cell death, which can lead to developmental abnormalities...
Is there a cocaine cure on the horizon

Is there a cocaine cure on the horizon?

A stem cell implant has been developed by gene therapists that could assist in overcoming addiction and avert overdoses. Could this be the new...
The potential of advanced therapy medicinal products in Europe

The potential of advanced therapy medicinal products in Europe

Together, the European Commission and the European Medicines Agency are working to bring game-changing advanced therapy medicinal products to the patients who need them. So-called...
What sets Italy apart in cell and gene therapies?

What sets Italy apart in cell and gene therapies?

Dr Luigi Naldini, the director of the San Raffaele Telethon Institute for Gene Therapy, outlines Italy’s enormous success in the field of cell and...
Seeing is believing: the need for in vivo imaging in cell therapies

Seeing is believing: the need for in vivo imaging in cell therapies

Dr Mangala Srinivas, from the Multiscale Imaging Lab, discusses some of the challenges facing cell therapies and how they might be overcome. Cell therapy’ –...
Welcome to the Kuopio Center for Gene and Cell Therapy

Welcome to the Kuopio Center for Gene and Cell Therapy

The Kuopio Center for Gene and Cell Therapy is home to the research and development of new innovative medicines. The Kuopio Center for Gene and...

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