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Transplantation Medicine: Rapid Test Checks the Immune System

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[01/08/2013] Patients often wait years for an organ transplant. Even when they finally receive an organ, it is still not certain whether it is going to be rejected by the patient’s own immune system or becomes threatened by infection.Transplantation Medicine: Rapid Test Checks the Immune System - Read more

Laser: Precise Printing of Biomaterials

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Photo: LIFT method [31/07/2013] At the Fraunhofer Institute for Laser Technology ILT, an interdisciplinary team of researchers is working on a method for transferring biomaterials and on innovative systems technology.Laser: Precise Printing of Biomaterials - Read more

Hydrogel: A New Approach for Studying Brain Cancer

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Photo: Cancer cells [25/07/2013] A team of engineers has developed a three-dimensional hydrogel that closely mimics conditions in the brain. The new approach allows the researchers to selectively tune the malignancy of brain cancer cells they study.Hydrogel: A New Approach for Studying Brain Cancer - Read more

Diabetes: Interspecies Transplant of Islet Cells

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Photo: Mouse [16/07/2013] In the first step toward animal-to-human transplants of insulin-producing cells for people with type 1 diabetes, Northwestern Medicine scientists have successfully transplanted islet cells from one species to another. Diabetes: Interspecies Transplant of Islet Cells - Read more

Genomics: Rapidly Identifying Specific Strains of Illness

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Photo: Genomics [12/07/2013] Researchers from Boston University School of Medicine (BUSM) and George Washington University (GWU) have developed a method to rapidly identify pathogenic species and strains causing illnesses, such as pneumonia.Genomics: Rapidly Identifying Specific Strains of Illness - Read more

 
 
 
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