Items with tag "nature / science"


CRISPR eliminates heart disease in embryos

American and South Korean scientists have successfully removed a part of the genome of human embryos using CRISPR-Cas9 to eradicate a hereditary heart disease, according to a study published in Na…

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GiGa determines genetic culprits causing IBD

In a study published in Nature last week, scientists from GiGa (ULg) examined the genome of 67,852 individuals and applied three statistical methods to zoom in on which genetic variants were activ…

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Scientists give tumor-fighting cells a boost in battling bone marrow cancer

Researchers from VIB-Ghent University and the VUB uncovered a new way to enhance the function of a specific type of immune cell that destroys tumors in multiple myeloma, a form of bone marrow canc…

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Follow Ghent University's guideline to analyze extracellular vesicles

Researchers from Ghent University published a knowledge bank in Nature Methods to increase reproducibility of research on extracellular vesicles. Extracellular vesicles (EV) are tiny cell fragment…

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Microbiome linked to depression in a groundbreaking Benelux study

Microbiome linked to depression in a groundbreaking Benelux study

The microbiome had been at the forefront of a lot of research and news in the past few years. Now, a new study published in Nature Microbiology has linked specific microbiome changes with depressi…

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