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Manchester’s leading health innovation campus, Citylabs, is set to expand again following high levels of demand as it continues to grow its presence as an international hub for genomics and precision medicine. Manchester Science Partnerships (MSP) and Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust (MFT) have unveiled plans to develop Citylabs 4.0, a new £35 million development which will grow the existing Citylabs campus by 125,000 sq ft. The Joint Venture partnership between MSP and MFT, t... 10/17/2019 07:19
The Primary Care Women’s Health Forum (PCWHF), the leading membership forum for primary care clinicians with an interest in women’s health, is pleased to announce the publication of ‘Her Life Her Health’, its new women’s health publication. It is a new quarterly publication for PCWHF members. Written by primary care clinicians for primary care, the publication follows the journey a woman typically takes throughout her lifetime when accessing healthcare, from contraceptive needs to conception,... 10/16/2019 23:08
Healthy life expectancy, which is the number of years lived in good health, has not increased as quickly as life expectancy in recent decades, which means people are living more years in poor health. The UK Government’s Industrial Strategy contains a target of “ensur[ing] that people can enjoy at least five extra healthy, independent years of life by 2035, while narrowing the gap between the experience of the richest and poorest”. This new report, which is the result of a project involving an... 10/16/2019 04:55
The publication in the Journal of Global Antimicrobial Resistance concluded that application of a nasal gel formulation of XF-73 in healthy volunteers was safe, well tolerated and generated minimal side effects Treatment with XF-73 was also associated with a rapid reduction in nasal Staphylococcus aureus in all subjects; nasal carriage of the bacteria is the source of the majority of post-surgical bacterial infections The same nasal formulation is being used in the Company’s phase 2b trial as... 10/15/2019 04:31
Enzymes are protein molecules that act as specific catalysts for chemical reactions. Researchers have made significant contributions to the traditional and modern chemical industries by improving existing processes. Representative industrial applications of enzymes are concentrated in the fields of technology applications, feed industry, food processing and cosmetics. Enzymes are natural catalysts. They are produced by living organisms to increase the speed of the enormous and diverse learnin... 10/11/2019 23:30
Recently, KRAS and KRAS-G12C mutant inhibitors, which were previously considered to be "non-drugable" targets, have ignited a development boom. However, KRAS inhibitors are not a "magic bullet" for once and for all. Drug resistance is a major problem that frequently occurs in cancer treatment. In clinical practice, tumor tissue becomes significantly smaller after targeted therapy, but soon deteriorates again. Such scenes are commonly observed in real situations. Amgen's latest clinical trial... 10/10/2019 21:52
The severe side effects of conventional chemotherapeutic treatments can’t be ignored since in most cases, the valid drug dose that can remove the tumor are too toxic for patients. To solve the limitations, the antibody drug conjugates (ADCs) have emerged consisting of tumor-selective antibody-linked drugs, with the potential to significantly broaden the therapeutic range. Antibody-drug conjugates (ADCs), the focus of tumor treatment in recent years, are complexes composed of monoclonal anti... 10/10/2019 21:20
Clinical Professionals fully fund and train some of the UK’s brightest life science graduates with the aim of giving back and assisting in the future of the industry talent pool and future skilled professionals. The Parliamentary Review, co-chaired by former ministers Lord Pickles and Lord Blunkett, publishes its latest, highly anticipated edition this September. 10/09/2019 21:40
London, 10 October 2019 - The Dementia Discovery Fund ("DDF" or "the Fund") this week welcomed more than 100 key stakeholders to its Annual Forum to discuss the opportunities and challenges surrounding the development of high-impact therapeutics for age-related dementias. Established in 2015, DDF is the world’s only global venture capital fund dedicated to delivering both high-impact therapeutics for age-related dementias and financial returns by investing in, creating, and supporting innovat... 10/09/2019 04:53
From wearable health trackers to MRI machines, recent decades have seen innovations drive healthcare to a place beyond the wildest dreams of our ancestors. We live longer than ever before and that’s thanks to a combination of scientific breakthroughs and great healthcare. The United States remains the world leader for medical breakthroughs, but £1.3 billion investment in research into early disease detection technology suggests Britain might also be set for seismic changes to the way we treat... 10/09/2019 04:48
Craigavon, N.I., 7 Oct 2019 - Dr. Dennise Broderick, President and Managing Director of global speciality pharmaceutical company, Galen, was the first member to participate in Northern Ireland Chamber of Commerce and Industry’s CEO Spotlight Series. Supported by KPMG, the series, which was formally launched on Thursday 3rd October, aims to inspire business growth in local companies through exchanging leadership stories of successful entrepreneurs and senior managers. The inaugural event took... 10/08/2019 03:23
The interpretation of enzymes in the modern industry certainly does not refer to yeast, but to proteins with catalytic functions. As a natural catalyst, enzymes promote various chemical reactions in cells and play a vital role in the existence of living organisms. From the concept of enzymes, to the mature industrial enzyme production, it has probably gone through 130-40 years. The Greek translation of the enzyme is "in yeast", meaning from yeast. In 1897, after the methods of disruption for... 10/07/2019 08:48
The Physiological Society has congratulated Nobel Prize winners William G. Kaelin Jr., Sir Peter J. Ratcliffe and Gregg L. Semenza. It was announced today (Monday 7 October) that they have been awarded the Nobel Prize for their discoveries of how cells sense and adapt to oxygen availability. While the fundamental importance of oxygen has been understood for centuries, this research focuses on understanding how cells adapt to changes in levels of oxygen. Sir Peter Ratcliffe is a former Editor... 10/07/2019 08:43
Just accepting that there may be action you can take and steps you can implement to help move them toward accepting their problem, can be an empowering and uplifting realisation for you. That is not to say that it is easy to help someone who is suffering with addiction, either when they are in denial or when they have accepted they have a problem. One American concept Community Reinforcement and Family Training (CRAFT) is specifically designed to teach family and friends how to help a loved o... 10/02/2019 05:25
In general, polyclonal antibodies are made by collecting blood from an immunized animal stimulated with a target antigen, which can be provided all the time as long as the animal is still alive, while monoclonal antibodies are produced continuously by immunizing the host animal with the target protein and then extracting B cells that recognize and respond to the antigen and fuse them with myeloma cells to become permanent culturable cells, widely used in laboratory research, diagnostic produc... 10/02/2019 05:15
Bispecific antibody (BsAb) is an artificially engineered antibody that can simultaneously bind two specific epitopes or target proteins with some special biological functions, such as directly targeting effector cells to tumor cells, to enhance cytotoxicity, improve antibody selectivity and functionality, and avoid immune escape mechanisms, thereby improving therapeutic efficacy. 10/01/2019 22:57
Living close to the sea could support better mental health in England’s poorest urban communities, finds a new study published today in the journal Health and Place. Researchers from the University of Exeter used survey data from nearly 26,000 respondents in their analysis, which marks one of the most detailed investigations ever into the wellbeing effects of being beside the sea. After taking other related factors into account, the study revealed that living in large towns and cities... 09/26/2019 03:53
In recent years the biotech and pharmaceutical industries have seen an unprecedented increase in investment. Both large pharma and investors are all searching for the next big thing to expand their portfolios and continue growth. Risk is high and a key part of mitigating this is effective due diligence. Simply put, due diligence is the investigation of a business or asset prior to signing a contract. As with any transaction, information is never perfect and the concept is that by conducting a... 09/25/2019 05:32
Enzymes are key protein molecules in living systems. Once synthesized, they are not usually converted to other kinds of molecules, and so are the substances taken in as fuel for digestive and respiratory processes (such as sugar, fat, and molecular oxygen). This is because enzymes are catalysts, which means they can participate in chemical reactions without themselves being changed, just like the moderator of a public debate who ideally moves the participants and the audience toward a conclus... 09/23/2019 08:27
From today, for the very first time, millions of people in the UK and world-wide can access a new app purposefully designed to help them cope with the physical and psychological impact of cancer. Natia is the first app to incorporate the holistic programmes of Yoga, Meditation, Music, and Conversation, to provide individuals affected by cancer with support along the whole care pathway - emotionally, spiritually, and physically. Natia is supported by the UK cancer charity, Maggie’s C...


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