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  • 08
    21

    2015

    New Collaboration Form A New Company, Helix, to Allow Individuals Access on Their Genomes

    Collaboration is always the most efficient way to share the cost and the risk in the pharmaceutical industry.

  • 08
    19

    2015

    Jumping Genes May Play An Important Role in GI Cancers

    Gastrointestinal cancer (GI cancer) refers to malignant conditions of the gastrointestinal tract (GI tract) and accessory organs of digestion, including the esophagus, stomach, biliary system, pancreas, small intestine, large intestine, rectum and anus.  The studies state that a jumping gene may play a critical role in the GI cancer.

  • 08
    19

    2015

    Sanofi, Evotec and Apeiron Partner Together to Develop Immuno-Oncology Treatments

    The trends nowadays are the collaborations between different pharma companies.  This could help saving a lot of research time and cost.  Another giant pharma company from France, Sanofi, announced a research collaboration to focus on immuno-oncology treatment.

  • 08
    19

    2015

    Adhesion Protein Plays Double Agent, Key Role in Cell Migration

    If you’ve ever been on the receiving end of a good pinch, you’re probably well aware of how much they can hurt, but perhaps a little less cognizant of the molecular mechanisms that prevent your skin detaching from the body. The mechanics at the cellular level that provide this protection are not only fascinating, but integral for cell adhesion, tissue development, and possibly even tumor invasion.

  • 08
    19

    2015

    Novel Enzyme Finding Points Way to Improved Cognitive Therapies

    An international scientific team altered a gene in mice to inhibit the activity of phosphodiesterase-4B (PDE4B), which is present in many organs of the vertebrate body, including the brain. In behavioral tests, the PDE4B-inhibited mice showed enhanced cognitive abilities. They tended to learn faster, remember events longer, and solve complex exercises better than ordinary mice.