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Somatic Cell Genome Editing aims to develop tools for safe and effective genome editing in humans.
Longeveron Shares Promising State of Regenerative Medicine Research With Experts at the FDA, NIH and Other Leading Organizations at National Conference
A single injection of the allogeneic mesenchymal stem cells, in fact, was associated with significant gains in functional capacity in both Phase I and Phase II studies Longeveron published in The Journals of Gerontology in 2017.
The agency would have to furlough about 45 percent of its staff.
NIH Awards Prometheus Nearly $1.5M to Deliver Enhanced Configurability and Maintainability of Integrated Clinical Research Registries
After successfully completing year one of the grant, the new work will yield productivity-enhancing tools and educational materials to aid the teams who configure these systems.
BacterioScan today announced a NIH contract award to fund accelerated development of the Company's technology for rapid detection of bloodstream infections.
EpiVax today announced their latest development program for novel antigen-specific therapies, an approach which may have applications across a range of autoimmune diseases.
Zymo Research has been awarded a Phase I Small Business Technology Transfer grant from the National Institutes of Health.
A new research initiative by the University of Maryland's IBBR and the University of Pittsburgh could finally uncover how T-cells--the "killer cells" that defend the body from microbes--are alerted to hazardous invaders in the body.
BiondVax and NIH Sign Clinical Trial Agreement for a Phase II Trial in the U.S. with BiondVax's Universal Flu Vaccine
The study designed to evaluate the cell mediated immunity directly induced by BiondVax's universal flu vaccine candidate M-001, as well as M-001's priming effect to enhance the immunogenicity of current seasonal influenza vaccines.