Cell Portal Protein Working Machine "Unlocked"
Time of Update: 2021-02-15
chloride co-transporter protein KCC1, revealed the binding points of potassium ions and chlorine ions on the cell membrane protein, and proposed the potassium-chlorine cotranser transporter, which provided a new perspective for the treatment and drug
Professors Deng Zeyuan and Li Hongyan of Nanchang University: Cell membrane ligands work together
Time of Update: 2021-02-10
Citation : , Deng Zeyuan, Li Hongyan, etc., of the National Key Laboratory of Food Science and Technology, Nanchang University School of Food, published the article Synergistic in the journal TOP Food Chemistry in the food field
Oncternal Therapeutics has worked with the Karolinska Institute to develop CAR-T and CAR-NK cell therapies targeted at RUR1
Time of Update: 2021-01-16
We look forward to working with Oncternal to develop T-cell and NK cell therapies for ROR1, an effective target for many oncology adaptations," said Dr. James Breitmeyer, President and CEO of Oncternal.
Noel and Nord/Procyon work together to develop implantable stem cell therapy for Type 1...
Time of Update: 2021-01-06
and are working to develop treatments for type 1 diabetes for stem cell-derived insulin-producing islet-like clusters. but having the right cells is only half the solution; cells also need to be protected from the immune system of the subject to avoid
Science sub-journal cover: lysovirus and CAR-T cells work together to eradicate solid tumors
Time of Update: 2020-11-15
" our study shows that lysovirus is a powerful way to target solid tumors more effectively in combination with CAR-T cell therapy.
Cancer cells want to metasn by lymphatics? Scientist: Sorry, this road doesn't work
Time of Update: 2020-11-10
remains an open question due to the lack of appropriate preclinical modeling tools. To solve this problem and explore ways to limit lymphatic metastasis, scientists at the University of Heidelberg and the German Cancer Research Center modeled
Cell: Study reveals new map of working memory in brain.
Time of Update: 2020-10-14
Rajasethupathy, a neuroscientist at Rockefeller University and lead author of the study. " "Our new findings give us a more realistic insight into what these areas are and how they work. research from the 1970s and 1980s traced the neural basis
Science sub-journal cover: lysovirus and CAR-T cells work together to eradicate solid tumors.
Time of Update: 2020-09-19
"Our study shows that lysovirus is a powerful way to target solid tumors more effectively in combination with CAR-T cell therapy.
New refrigeration coatings improve solar cell efficiency.
Time of Update: 2020-09-15
or electronic devices, said Zhu Linxiao, the first author of the paper and part of Fan's team. For example, the car in the sun for a while will be very hot, which brings some safety problems, but also the next time the car's air conditioning needs
Irish scientists study how brain cells work to get new treatments for epilepsy.
Time of Update: 2020-08-28
Research (IRB) in Barcelona, have found key new steps in the functioning of human brain cells in the most common forms of epilepsy, potentially bringing new treatments to patients with drug-resistant epilepsy. the study was published
NEJM: CAR-NK cell therapy works brightly in blood tumors!
Time of Update: 2020-08-01
Studies have shown that most patients who treated patients with recurrent or refractive non-Hodgkin's lymphoma (NHL) and chronic lymphocytic leukemia (CLL) with CAR-NK therapy, a source of cord blood, with extensive treatment, developed a clinical response withno major toxic effects.
Cell Reports: The Lanfei/Xu Jianqing/Xie Youhua team worked with Ai Yuelu Yananan to find several new crown neutralizing antibodies.
Time of Update: 2020-07-29
antigen affinity at the same time (best of 57 pM) Interestingly, one of the strains 553-15 can be combined with other neutralizing antibodies and increasing the ability of other antibodies to neutralise the virus The researchers cloned 11
Cell Reports . . . Wang Kun and others reveal the division of work in different visual brain regions of zebrafish.
Time of Update: 2020-07-22
The researchers believe that small areas of visual stimulus information, such as tiny plankton, are projected primarily onto the top cover of zebrafish.
Cell Sub-Journal: How does human brain GPS work? Scientists discover unique neurons!
Time of Update: 2020-07-22
Ordinary neurons in the cerebral cortex can only recognize directions well when we turn the head; Studies have shown that the brain's post-pressure cortex (RSC) is essential for memory and navigation, but the neural coding behind these functions
Nature sub-magazine breakthrough! Develop artificial synapses that work with living cells.
Time of Update: 2020-07-19
, June 25, 2020 /PRNewswire- bio-valley, , shows a new device that mimics the brain's efficient, low-energy neural learning processes. This is an artificial synapse -- a gap between nerve transmitters that transmit information
Ann Rheum Dis: Human umbilical cord-to-cord hyperplial stem cell transplant combined with IFN-sic
Time of Update: 2020-07-13
first evaluated wild type or IFN-R-/-MSCT in the collagen-induced arthritis (CIA) mouse model, followed by a 1/2 randomized controlled study of 63 RA patients who were not effective with conventional treatment.
6 California research institutes plan to work together to study stem cells
Time of Update: 2020-07-06
Six research institutions in California jointly launched a stem cell research cooperation project Tuesday, to promote progress in stem cell research.
Cinda Bio and Roche work closely to discover and develop multiple cell therapies and bispecific antibody products
Time of Update: 2020-06-26
today announced that it has entered into a strategic research and development partnership with Roche to identify and develop multiple products, including tumor cell therapy and bispecific antibodies.
Cell: Is oncology immunotherapy working? Look at this "signal light."
Time of Update: 2020-06-17
In the body's immune system, T lymphocytes are able to attack cancer cells. But T cells have inhibitory receptors that, like brakes, inhibit the activity of T cells. Antibodies that target CTLA-4 or PD-1, known as immunocheckpoint inhibitors, can
Kingsley works with Harvard University to develop super-safe cells against natural viruses
Time of Update: 2020-06-17
Among them, the Super Safe Cell Project was built on the successful experience of The Genome Writing Program 2.0 (Sc2.0), led by Professor Jeff Boeke.