Viruses adapt to ‘language of human cells’ to hijack protein synthesis

by Centre for Genomic Regulation

​The first systematic study of its kind describes how human viruses including SARS-CoV-2 are better adapted to infecting certain types of tissues based on their ability to hijack cellular machinery ...

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Sartorius closes acquisition of BIA Separations

by Sartorius Stedim Spain

The life science company Sartorius successfully closed the acquisition of the Slovenian purification specialist BIA Separations. The transaction was completed on November 2, 2020, after receiving the ...

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Optogenetic therapy to restore advanced vision loss in retinal dystrophies

by DBGen Ocular Genomics

​ Gene therapies currently under study for retinal dystrophies are administered when viable photoreceptor able to be rescued at the functional level still remain. Most therapies are gene-specific...

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How to industrialize cell and gene therapies?

by Pall Biotech

As gene therapies move towards commercialization, a robust, scalable and affordable manufacturing process is critical to ensure these novel therapies reach the patient and that a pipeline of clinical ...

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ProteoDesign announces new Investment led by Ysios Capital and rebrands as Splice Bio

by Ysios Capital

Splice Bio, a biotech company based on technology developed in the Muir Lab at Princeton University, announced today a new investment into the Company led by Ysios Capital and joined by Asabys Partner...

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Direct reprogramming of skin cells into photoreceptors in mice

by DBGen Ocular Genomics

The end result of many retinal dystrophies is photoreceptor cell death and the irreversible loss of vision. To prevent the progressive loss of retinal neurons, and to slow down or reverse the progress...

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A study makes a significant contribution to progress in gene therapy efficiency by identifying the source of asymmetry in RNA-DNA hybrids

by IRB Barcelona - Instituto de Investigación Biomédica

Modesto Orozco’s laboratory (IRB Barcelona) has published a study on the source of asymmetry between nucleic acid hybrid (RNA and DNA) in CHEM (Cell Press). The results are a promising step towards...

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