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Welcome to Life Science Research -ISSN2455-9636

Life Science Research is a monthly journal in print providing comprehensive information on latest developments in the field by up to date reporting and analysis.  The focus is on research tools, technologies, products and services. The journal publishes about break through discoveries in the core sectors - drugs and therapeutics, diagnostics, biomedical, healthcare, agricultural, environmental, food and industrial applications through news, reports, update , feature articles, reviews etc.

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Volume 02 Issue 02 May 2017

Research News

May 24, 2017
Engineering human stem cells to model the kidney’s filtration barrier on a chip

The kidney – made up of about a million tiny units that work to filter blood, constantly rids the body of undesired waste products to form urine while holding back blood 

May 24, 2017
UCSB researchers develop a more precise and controlled method of engineering tissues from stem cells

Nothing beats nature. The diverse and wonderful varieties of cells and tissues that comprise the human body are evidence of that.

May 23, 2017
Design of a promising gene therapy method to treat Wilson’s disease

Scientists at the Center for Applied Medical Research (CIMA) at the University of Navarra (Spain) have designed a promising gene therapy method to treat Wilson’s 

May 23, 2017
Researchers apply new immune technologies in search of mono vaccine

A research lab at the University of Kansas School of Engineering and School of Pharmacy is analyzing the genetics of human immune responses to develop the basis of 

May 23, 2017
A new tool to decipher evolutionary biology

A new bioinformatics tool to compare genome data has been developed by teams from the Max F. Perutz Laboratories, a joint venture of the University of Vienna and the 

May 23, 2017
Gene-delivery system prevents vision loss from inherited eye disease

Researchers at Case Western Reserve University have developed gene-carrying nanoparticles that home in on target cells and prevent vision loss in mice with a human 

May 23, 2017
Computer accurately identifies and delineates breast cancers on digital tissue slides

A deep-learning computer network developed through research led by Case Western Reserve University was 100 percent accurate in determining whether invasive

May 22, 2017
New chlamydia drug targets discovered using CRISPR and stem cells

Scientists have created an innovative technique for studying how chlamydia invades our immune system

May 22, 2017
Oxford student creates first synthetic retina for the visually impaired

A synthetic, soft tissue retina developed by an Oxford University student could offer fresh hope to visually impaired people.

May 22, 2017
A novel form of iron for fortification of foods

Whey protein nanofibrils loaded with iron nanoparticles: ETH researchers are developing a new and highly effective way of fortifying iron into food and drinks.

May 22, 2017
Medical imaging: new biosensor zymonic acid shows changes in pH value

Tumors, inflammation and circulatory disorders locally disturb the body's acid-base balance. These changes in pH value could be used for example to verify the success 

May 22, 2017
A genome-editing strategy to study cancer stem cells in human tumours

In EMBO Molecular Medicine, IRB Barcelona scientists report a technique based on a combination of CRISPR/Cas9 genome editing and patient-derived tumour 

May 18, 2017
Tracking proteins using AI: U of T scientists develop deep learning algorithm

U of T researchers have developed a deep learning algorithm that can track proteins to help reveal what makes cells healthy and what goes wrong in disease.

May 18, 2017
New technique developed by U of T researchers offers “molecular window” into living organisms

A novel technique developed by University of Toronto researchers can now produce high-resolution profiles of molecules present inside living organisms. 

May 18, 2017
TAU researchers devise a novel probe to identify and measure microscopic cell activity

Chemiluminescence, or chemical light, is the principle behind the glow sticks (also known as light sticks) used at rock concerts and as quick tools to grab when the 

May 18, 2017
Gene Editing Strategy Eliminates HIV-1 Infection in Live Animals, Temple Researchers Show

A permanent cure for HIV infection remains elusive due to the virus's ability to hide away in latent reservoirs. But now, in new research published in print May 3 in the 

May 18, 2017
Novel Gene Editing Approach to Cancer Treatment Shows Promise in Mice

A novel gene therapy using CRISPR genome editing technology effectively targets cancer-causing “fusion genes” and improves survival in mouse models of aggressive

May 17, 2017
Stem cells edited to fight arthritis

Using CRISPR technology, a team of researchers led by Farshid Guilak, PhD, at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, rewired stem cells' genetic 

May 17, 2017
Computational research details the activation mechanism of a protein involved in many diseases

Published in the journal eLife, the study provides a deeper understanding of the structure of this protein, thereby paving the way for the development of more effective inhibitors.

May 17, 2017
A new technique makes it possible to extract the DNA from hominids preserved in soil sediments

The sediments forming the layers or strata at archaeological sites can be very rich in bone remains, but until now their possible fossil DNA content had not attracted the

May 17, 2017
A turbo engine for tracing neurons

Putting a turbo engine into an old car gives it an entirely new life—suddenly it can go further, faster. That same idea is now being applied to neuroscience, with a software

May 15, 2017
New method to grow uterus lining and imitate menstrual cycle in a lab dish

Scientists at KU Leuven have managed to grow three-dimensional models of the endometrium – the inner lining of the uterus – in a dish. These so-called endometrial 

May 15, 2017
Researchers make tool for understanding cellular processes more useful

Brown researchers have developed methods to use data from FRAP, an experiment used to study how molecules move inside cells, in ways it’s never been used before.

May 15, 2017
UVA finds way to dramatically speed research into cancer, genetic diseases

A new technique developed at the University of Virginia School of Medicine will let a single cancer research lab do the work of dozens, dramatically accelerating the 

May 15, 2017
Nanoparticles open new window for biological imaging

For certain frequencies of short-wave infrared light, most biological tissues are nearly as transparent as glass. Now, researchers have made tiny particles that can be 

May 15, 2017
University of Utah engineers can take pictures of the brain with surgical needle and laser light

With just an inexpensive micro-thin surgical needle and laser light, University of Utah engineers have discovered a minimally invasive, inexpensive way to take high-

May 11, 2017
Introducing genetic mutations with CRISPR offers a fast and accurate way to simulate the disease.

Using the gene-editing system known as CRISPR, MIT researchers have shown in mice that they can generate colon tumors that very closely resemble human tumors. 

May 09, 2017
New Tool for Analyzing Mouse Vocalizations May Provide Additional Insights for Autism Modeling

Vocalization plays a significant role in social communication across species such as speech by humans and song by birds. Male mice produce ultrasonic vocalizations in 

May 01, 2017
Next-Generation Microscopy with Pharmacoscopy

A novel microscopy method, developed and patented by scientists from CeMM, allows unprecedented insights into the spatial organization and direct interactions of 

April 28, 2017
Researchers Develop New Tools to Optimize CHO Cell Lines for Making Biologic Drugs

Chinese hamster ovary (CHO) cells are the most commonly used cells to produce biologics — protein-based drugs for treating cancers, autoimmune diseases and much