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Contact Information Available for logged-in reporters only Description A team led by scientists at The Scripps Research Institute has found how to boost or inhibit a gene-silencing mechanism that normally serves as a major controller of cells'
Patent Application Number 13/326,433 entitled, Peptide-Based In Vivo siRNA Delivery System. The allowed claims specifically protect the use of targeted melittin or melittin-like peptides to facilitate delivery of siRNA conjugates to hepatocytes. This
Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology) Annual Meeting...RNAi Therapy for Treatment of Proliferative Vitreoretinopathy (PVR) and other Ocular Disorders during the Proliferative Vitreoretinopathy session...This conference is being held
The author, Ulrike Eggert at King's College (London), has this observation about the cultural factors at work here: Although my degrees are in chemistry, I have worked mostly in academic biology environments and have been immersed in the cultures of
Don't miss Derek Lowe's excellent commentary on drug discovery and the pharma industry in general at In the Pipeline March 21, 2013 AstraZeneca Makes a Deal With Moderna...Posted by Derek AstraZeneca has announced another 2300 job cuts, this time in
Food that soon-to-be-moms eat in the days and weeks around the time of conceptionor what's known as periconceptional nutritionmay affect the functioning of genes in her children, and their health, according to a new study. In an early study, US
I have been reading a book called Regenesis where in one part the authors propose a way to re-engineer the human race so all people are resistant to all viruses, known and unknown. This will theoretically be possible in the next few decades (or even
Their findings are published today in the online journal PLoS Genetics. The scientists used a technology called "RNA interference" that can selectively decrease the level of expression of targeted genes.
Courtesy Like many fungi and one-celled organisms, Candida albicans a normally harmless microbe that can turn deadly has long been thought to reproduce asexually...Judith Berman of the University of Minnesota and Tel Aviv University and colleagues
Research in Biology students work on a project at Fair Lawn High School. Katie Greco loads a gel with DNA during a Research in Biology class at Fair Lawn High School. Students at Fair Lawn High School are learning about modern molecular genetics in a