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Pancreatic transplants are difficult to pull off for Type 1 diabetes, but new technology may make it possible, and infusions of spinal fluid from young mice to older ones reportedly reverses memory loss.
The findings are a culmination of decades of genome DNA sequencing by Lyons and her team, which have resulted in a nearly 100% complete assembly of the cat genome.
Parent Project Muscular Dystrophy Awards $148,000 in Grants to Nationwide Children's Hospital and University of Missouri to Improve Cardiac Function in Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy
Grants from Leading Duchenne Organization Are Result of Community Fundraising Effort to Support Cardiac Priorities in Duchenne
ABMS Names the University of Missouri School of Medicine as this Year's Recipient of its Quality Improvement Award
Annual award honors outstanding achievement in patient care quality, safety, outcomes, and experiences
Early detection of cardiovascular disease is becoming possible due to research from Giovanna Guidoboni, Marjorie Skubic and a team at the University of Missouri.
January 11 Research Roundup: Inhalable mRNA, CRISPR and Muscular Dystrophy, Do-It-Yourself DNA De...
1/11/2019There are plenty of great scientific research stories out this week. Here’s a look at just a few of them.
International Isotopes Inc. Announces a Long-Term Supply Agreement For I-131 With The University Of Missouri Research Reactor
INIS Will Utilize The Sole Domestic Producer As One Of Their Principal Suppliers Of This Important Isotope
Bausch Health Companies Inc. today announced it has established a permanently endowed scholarship fund at the University of Missouri in the amount of $750,000. The endowment will be used to fund scholarships for students studying in health care related fields.
10/3/2018The 2018 Nobel Prize in chemistry was awarded to Frances H. Arnold, George P. Smith and Gregory P. Winter for research in utilizing evolutionary principles to create proteins.
Steven Hamburger, Ph.D. appointed as Vice President, Regulatory Affairs and Laura Mei appointed as Vice President, Clinical Operations.
Preservation system available exclusively from CONMED through MTF Biologics recognized for providing double the storage-life with increased viable chondrocyte density of osteochondral allografts
University of Missouri School of Medicine, Roche collaborate on first US implementation of tumor board software that improves treatment decision process for cancer patients
MU pilots Roche's cloud-based NAVIFY Tumor Board solution to streamline and standardize data collection and presentation, enabling faster, better collaboration among oncology care teams
MTF Biologics and the University of Missouri Highlight Positive Clinical Results for Missouri Osteochondral Allograft Preservation System
New preservation system advances the field of osteochondral allografts, significantly increasing storage life, improving viability, and maximizing tissue used in joint repairs
Advanced Accelerator Applications Signs Strategic Supply Agreement With University of Missouri For Lutetium 177
Scaffolds Covered In Stem Cells And Silver Ions To Prevent Osteomyelitis, University of Missouri Reveals
Early-Life Language Stimulation, Skills May Prevent Childhood Depression, University of Missouri Study Reveals
Brain Receptors Deactivation In Postmenopausal Women May Lead To Lack Of Physical Activity, University of Missouri Study
University of Missouri Research Findings Show Gender, Not Race, A Factor In College Students Dropping Out Of Engineering Fields