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  • Simulations show how to make gene therapy more effective

    Diseases with a genetic cause could, in theory, be treated by supplying a correct version of the faulty gene. However, in practice, delivering new genetic material to human cells is difficult. A promising method for the delivery of such genes involves the use of DNA/lipid complexes (lipoplexes). Sci more

  • Targeting chronic infections and deadly bacteria

    A University of Houston engineering professor is examining the life cycle of stubborn, drug-resistant persister cells in recurrent infections to find a way to destroy them. Persister cells are non-growing cell subpopulations observed in many pathogenic bacteria and they certainly live up to their na more

  • Rapid emergence of antibiotic resistance during standard therapy

    Antibiotic-resistant pathogens pose one of the greatest threats to public health worldwide. In the near future, harmless bacterial infections may no longer be treatable and may again become the most common non-natural cause of death. At the same time, the available repertoire of antibacterial agents more

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Molecular Prosthetics: Small Molecules Replace Missing Proteins

Molecular prosthetics are small molecules that can replace missing proteins to treat diseases. Illinois professor Martin Burke describes one that could treat anemia by replacing an iron transport protein. more

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Cystic Fibrosis Trust

Cystic Fibrosis Trust The Cystic Fibrosis Trust, founded in 1964, is the United Kingdom ’s only national charity dedicated to all aspects of cystic fibrosis (CF). It funds research to treat and cure CF and aims to ensure appropriate clinical ca ... more

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