LIPOTEICHOIC ACID FROM THE CELL WALL OF A HEAT KILLED LACTOBACILLUS PARACASEI D3-5 AMELIORATES AGING-RELATED LEAKY GUT, INFLAMMATION AND IMPROVES PHYSICAL AND COGNITIVE FUNCTIONS: FROM C. ELEGANS TO MICE

Abstract Increased inflammation associated with leaky gut is a major risk factor for morbidity and mortality in older adults; however,...

CHROMOSOME-LEVEL GENOME ASSEMBLY FOR GIANT PANDA PROVIDES NOVEL INSIGHTS INTO CARNIVORA CHROMOSOME EVOLUTION

Chromosome evolution is an important driver of speciation and species evolution. Previous studies have detected chromosome rearrangement...

 
 
 

APPLICATION OF A KNN‐BASED SIMILARITY METHOD TO BIOPHARMACEUTICAL MANUFACTURING

Abstract Machine learning based similarity analysis is commonly found in many artificial intelligence applications like the one utilized...

SCIENTISTS DETAIL HOW CHROMOSOMES REORGANIZE AFTER CELL DIVISION

Researchers have discovered key mechanisms and structural details of a fundamental biological process - how a cell nucleus and its...

 
 
 

CORTEXYME ANNOUNCES PRESENTATION OF DATA REVEALING LINK BETWEEN BACTERIAL PATHOGEN AND GENETIC RISK FOR ALZHEIMER'S DISEASE

SAN DIEGO & SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO, Calif.--Cortexyme, Inc. today announced the presentation of new data supporting the on-target activity...

EFFECTS OF SOFT SEGMENT CHARACTERISTICS ON THE PROPERTIES OF BIODEGRADABLE AMPHIPHILIC WATERBORNE POLYURETHANE PREPARED BY A GREEN PROCESS

Abstract Traditional 3D printing materials are not suitable for tissue engineering due to their toxicity, low degradability and poor...

 
 
 

IN SITU FORMATION OF 1D NANOSTRUCTURES FROM CERIA NANOPARTICLE DISPERSIONS BY LIQUID CELL TEM IRRADIATION

Abstract Deliberate electron irradiation of cerium oxide nanoparticles in water is used to trigger chemical reactions in a liquid cell...

FDA Puts Partial Hold on Tests of Ipsen Drug Acquired in $1B Deal

FDA PUTS PARTIAL HOLD ON TESTS OF IPSEN DRUG ACQUIRED IN $1B DEAL

Two clinical trials testing an Ipsen drug in rare connective tissue disorders have been placed on partial hold after safety concerns...

 
 
 
FDA Rejects Enzyvant's Regenerative Therapy for Rare Immune Disorder

FDA REJECTS ENZYVANT'S REGENERATIVE THERAPY FOR RARE IMMUNE DISORDER

The FDA has rejected an experimental regenerative therapy that Enzyvant developed to restore immune system function in babies born...

Freeze Frame: Scientists Capture Atomic-Scale Snapshots of Artificial Proteins

FREEZE FRAME: SCIENTISTS CAPTURE ATOMIC-SCALE SNAPSHOTS OF ARTIFICIAL PROTEINS

Berkeley Lab scientists employed cryogenic electron microscopy to reveal the atomic structure of peptoid nanosheets. Their use of cryo-EM...

 
 
 
FDA Green Lights Sight Diagnostics' Finger-Prick Blood Test

FDA GREEN LIGHTS SIGHT DIAGNOSTICS' FINGER-PRICK BLOOD TEST

Sight Diagnostics today announced it has received US FDA 510 clearance to use its patented OLO analyzer, which performs a complete...

GHO Capital raises over $1bn, Eyes Biotech Outsourcing Services

GHO CAPITAL RAISES OVER $1BN, EYES BIOTECH OUTSOURCING SERVICES

GHO Capital will use the money raised to invest in healthcare, including outsourced service providers, which are seeing demand from...

 
 
 
Rare Disease Q&A: What Rare Diseases Are and Why That Matters

RARE DISEASE Q&A: WHAT RARE DISEASES ARE AND WHY THAT MATTERS

Berkeley Lab bioscientists Nomi Harris and Chris Mungall at the Aquatic Park Office. (Credit: Laurent-Philippe Albou/Berkeley Lab) Rare...

GENOMIC GYMNASTICS HELP SORGHUM PLANT SURVIVE DROUGHT

Scorching temperatures and parched earth are no match for the sorghum plant-this cereal crop, native to Africa and Australia, will...

 
 
 

DIABETES DRUG HAS UNEXPECTED, BROAD IMPLICATIONS FOR HEALTHY AGING

LA JOLLA-Metformin is the most commonly prescribed type 2 diabetes drug, yet scientists still do not fully know how it works to control...

ALL PILSNER YEAST STRAINS ORIGINATE FROM A SINGLE YEAST ANCESTOR

Pilsner yeast, the well-known microorganism that brewers use every year to make hundreds of billions of liters of pilsner and other...

 
 
 
A Safer CRISPR? Cyrus, Broad Institute Look to Quell Concerns

A SAFER CRISPR? CYRUS, BROAD INSTITUTE LOOK TO QUELL CONCERNS

Cyrus Biotechnology and the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard have teamed up to make gene editing with the CRISPR-Cas9 technology...

ECAMI: SIMULTANEOUS CLASSIFICATION AND MOTIF IDENTIFICATION FOR ENZYME ANNOTATION

AbstractMotivationCarbohydrate-active enzymes are extremely important to bioenergy, human gut microbiome, and plant pathogen researches...

 
 
 

COMBINED ARTIFICIAL HIGH-SILICATE MEDIUM AND LED ILLUMINATION PROMOTE CAROTENOID ACCUMULATION IN THE MARINE DIATOM PHAEODACTYLUM TRICORNUTUM

Diatoms, which can accumulate large amounts of carotenoids, are a major group of microalgae and the dominant primary producer in marine...

USING PATHOGEN-SPECIFIC VIRUSES TO CONTROL PATHOGEN OUTBREAKS

Researchers from the Utrecht University, in collaboration with colleagues at the University of York and the Nanjing Agricultural University...