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BEIJING (Reuters): Scientists in Beijing have developed a new gene therapy which can reverse some of the effects of ageing in mice and extend their lifespans, findings which may one day contribute to similar treatment for humans.
BEIJING (Reuters) - Scientists in Beijing have developed a new gene therapy which can reverse some of the effects of ageing in mice and extend their lifespans, findings which may one day contribute to similar treatment for humans.
BEIJING, Jan. 8 (Xinhua) -- For the first time, a genome-wide CRISPR-based screening technology has identified a new driver of cellular senescence. It can form part of new strategies to delay aging and prevent aging-associated diseases, Chinese researchers said.
CHICAGO, Dec. 18 (Xinhua) -- Researchers at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis have reported that protein YKL-40 is both regulated by clock genes and involved in clearing away potentially toxic buildup of Alzheimer's proteins in the brain.
This week Science Translational Medicine published an article outlining how researchers successfully gave amputees the ability to control their hands with their minds without undergoing an invasive or costly procedure. The key? Amplifying nerve signals via machine learning.
MIT engineers have devised a novel way to record a patient's immunisation history.
European scientists have collaborated to neuroengineer a bionic leg for amputees, which can mimic the nerve signals sent by our limbs to our brain.
Researchers are creating a cellphone app that can tell if someone’s overdosed on opioids and summon help.
EXCLUSIVE: Malaysia’s flourishing herbal industry, estimated at a staggering RM29bil, is sadly also contributing to drug-induced liver failure.
A personalised vaccine, taken together with standard chemotherapy and an immune-boosting agent, helps women fight back against ovarian cancer.