Graphene Oxide increases mammalian spermatozoa fertilizing ability by extracting cholesterol from their membranes and...

1. Li, Z. et al. Field and temperature dependence of intrinsic diamagnetism in graphene: Theory and experiment. Phys. Rev. B 91, 094429 (2015). 2. Yoo, J. M., Kang, J. H. & Hong, B. H. Graphene-based nanomaterials for...

New repository enables easy exchange of machine learning models for genome research

Although the importance of machine learning methods in genome research has grown steadily in recent years, researchers have often had to resort to using obsolete software. Scientists in clinical research often did not have...

Exposure to airborne metal pollution associated with increased risk of mortality

Credit: S. Leblond & C. Meyer. Although there is ample evidence that air pollution–specifically airborne particulate matter–is associated with an increased risk of premature death, it is...

New study identifies patterns of growth in chronic lymphocytic leukemia

In patients with chronic lymphocytic leukemia (CLL), the rate of disease growth varies widely. In a new study from the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard, Massachusetts General Hospital and...

Induced androgenetic development in rainbow trout and transcriptome analysis of irradiated eggs

Fish broodstock and gamete collection Gametes were collected from 3- and 4-year-old individuals of spring spawning rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss Walbaum 1792) coming from the outbred selection strain (Rutki strain) cultured at the Department of...

After Unexpected Setback, GenSight Seeks Approval for Blindness Gene Therapy

The French biotech GenSight will apply for regulatory approval for its gene therapy despite the treatment unexpectedly resulting in the improvement of the eyes treated with a placebo in a phase III trial. GenSight is...

First-class protein research: New research training group established at MLU

Credit: MLU / Maike Glöckner A new research training group will start conducting research on proteins at the Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg (MLU) in June 2019. Its...

The Three Obstacles Stopping Cell Therapy Becoming Mainstream

Over the last decade, the field of cell therapy has expanded rapidly. However, while there are now more cell therapies on offer than ever before, there are a number of factors that are still...

€60M Investment to Boost Oxford Biomedica’s Gene and Cell Therapies

The Danish investor Novo Holdings is handing Oxford Biomedica up to €60.6M (£53.5M) to develop gene and cell therapies treating cancer and genetic blindness. The investment will bag Novo Holdings a stake of up to...

Can nanotechnology repair body organs and heal wounds? Let’s find out

Your body’s cellular structure is programmable, making it possible for it to be changed into other kinds of cells. And today, already a number of scientific studies have found at least a couple of...

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