CRISPR Tool, in “CARPID Diem” Spirit, Detects RNA-Protein Interactions in Living Cells

Carpe diem, Horace’s famed proclamation, is usually translated as “seize the day.” A similar sentiment is embodied by a new method to detect RNA-binding proteins (RBPs) in living cells. It is called CARPID, which...

Ancient genomes provide insight into the genetic history of the second plague pandemic

Analysis of 34 ancient plague genomes from the Black Death and succeeding plague epidemics in Europe between the 14th and 17th centuries, reveals how the bacterium diversified after a single introduction Locations of newly sequenced...

Looking Ahead to 2030

There is typically much reflection whenever tipping from one decade into the next, as we look back at what has transpired over the past 10 years. When it comes to omics technologies and their...

CRISPR and Nanopore Sequencing Shed New Light on Genome’s Dark Matter

Expansions of short tandem repeats (STRs) in DNA are genetic variants that have been implicated in multiple neuropsychiatric and other disorders, but which are hard to analyze using current methods. Researchers in Germany, led...

Biotechnology Market In-depth Insights by 2025 – Apsters News – Apsters News

Global Biotechnology Market: Overview The global biotechnology market is mainly driven by the surge in the demand for food, depleting natural resources, government regulatory support, and technological advancements of various solutions to counter fatal diseases....

Austrian Biotech Raises €19M to Commercialize First Chikungunya Vaccine

The market is in sight for the first potential vaccine for the chikungunya virus, as the company Themis Bioscience will receive up to €18.7M ($21M) in non-dilutive funding to finance the vaccine’s phase III...

Ludwig Cancer Research study discovers new cellular oxygen sensor

A Ludwig Cancer Research study led by Peter Ratcliffe and colleagues has discovered a previously overlooked oxygen sensor in animal cells that functions very much like one used by plants. The ability of cells to...

Therapy dogs may help lower emergency clinicians’ stress

Credit: Dr. Kline New research published in Academic Emergency Medicine indicates that for physicians and nurses working evening shifts in the emergency department, interacting with a therapy...

Virginia Tech researcher develops new ‘fat burning’ molecule with potential to treat obesity

Reviewed by Emily Henderson, B.Sc.Jun 8 2020 Obesity affects more than 40 percent of adults in the United States and 13 percent of the global population. With obesity comes a variety of other interconnected diseases...

NUS researchers show potential liver cancer treatment by targeting cancer stem-like cells

Credit: Dr Toh Tan Boon, NUS N.1 Institute for Health Liver cancer is the second leading cause of cancer-related deaths worldwide. The most common primary liver cancer...

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