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Finding a Link between Xenoestrogens and Autism

Finding a Link between Xenoestrogens and Autism

4 hours ago   |   Bond Life Sciences Center

California mice | photo by Roger Meissen, Bond LSC By Becca Wolf | Bond LSC It's hard to see a family member treated differently because of a behavior disorder, but those with...
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Newly discovered immune cell offers path to treating ALS, MS and other brain diseases

11 hours ago   |   Fierce Biotech

Newly discovered immune cell offers path to treating ALS, MS and other brain diseases arlene.weintraub Mon, 10/26/2020 - 08:33
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Differential gene regulatory pattern in the human brain from schizophrenia using transcriptomic-causal network

4 days ago   |   BMC Bioinformatics

Common and complex traits are the consequence of the interaction and regulation of multiple genes simultaneously, therefore characterizing the interconnectivity of genes is...
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Designed proteinoid polymers and nanoparticles encapsulating risperidone for enhanced antipsychotic activity

5 days ago   |   Journal of Nanobiotechnology

Nanoparticles incorporating drug formulations can be used to facilitate passage through biological barriers including the blood-brain barrier and increase drug delivery and...
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Toxic Cellular Ooze Linked to Biological Age, Disease and Disability

Toxic Cellular Ooze Linked to Biological Age, Disease and Disability

6 days ago   |   Discovery's Edge

Cells in the body usually do what they're told. In response to cues, cells divide, grow, shrink or die as needed. But there are some cells that start to ignore the body's order...
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A Long Short-Term Memory Neural Network Used to Predict the Exon-Intron Structure of a Gene

7 days ago   |   Springer

Abstract Several models of long short-term memory neural networks were constructed. Each model was trained on the complete mouse genome to predict the exon-intron structure of...
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Tuning the binding interface between Machupo virus glycoprotein and human transferrin receptor

8 days ago   |   Wiley

Abstract Machupo virus, known to cause hemorrhagic fevers, enters human cells via binding with its envelope glycoprotein to transferrin receptor 1. Similarly, the receptor...
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Lundbeck: Scientist

10 days ago   |   San Diego Biotechnology   |   8 articles

Lundbeck: At Lundbeck, we are tirelessly dedicated to restoring brain health so every person can be their best. Headquartered in Copenhagen with sites worldwide San Diego, CA...
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Polyethylenimine-based theranostic nanoplatform for glioma-targeting single-photon emission computed tomography imaging and anticancer drug delivery

11 days ago   |   Journal of Nanobiotechnology

Glioma is the deadliest brain cancer in adults because the blood-brain-barrier prevents the vast majority of therapeutic drugs from entering into the central nervous system...
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Brain antibody sequence evaluation : an easy-to-use software for complete data analysis in single cell immunoglobulin cloning

17 days ago   |   BMC Bioinformatics

Repertoire analysis of patient-derived recombinant monoclonal antibodies is an important tool to study the role of B cells in autoimmune diseases of the human brain and beyond...
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World Biotechnology Congress 2019

Hilaris Conferences is going to host its premier World Biotechnology Congress 2019 during October 01-02, 2019, Valencia, Spain. Biotechnology 2019 Congress aim to create a... Read more ...

World Biotechnology Congress 2019

Hilaris Conferences is going to host its premier World Biotechnology Congress 2019 during October 01-02, 2019, Valencia, Spain. Biotechnology 2019 Congress aim to create a... Read more ...

2nd International Conference on Tissue Science and Regenerative Medicine

This conference is designed for experts in academia and industries working in the tissue science and regenerative field, this conference will examine cutting-edge research in... Read more ...

Four months in, Baker lab hits the ground running and won't be stopping...

Four months in, Baker lab hits the ground running and won't be stopping anytime soon

Post doctorate Harim Tavares from the Baker lab works in “the hood,” which is a space used to prevent researchers and other outside factors from contaminating cells. By Lauren... Read more ...

IAmScience Karl Kerns

IAmScience Karl Kerns

By Becca Wolf | Bond LSC It's all about the journey and Karl Kerns has been places. Originally from a small town in southwestern Iowa, Kerns did his undergrad years at Iowa... Read more ...

IAmScience Alana Rodney

IAmScience Alana Rodney

By Lauren Hines | Bond LSC Research assistant Alana Rodney walked into her high school science class a few years ago expecting to fill another credit. However, it was there... Read more ...

Regulators Classify Gene-Edited Rice Varieties with Disease Resistance as...

Regulators Classify Gene-Edited Rice Varieties with Disease Resistance as Equivalent to Conventional Varieties

Crops resist bacterial leaf blight; ruling clears path to provide smallholder farmers with a safe, affordable option for preventing destructive disease A farmer works on paddy... Read more ...

Finding a Link between Xenoestrogens and Autism

Finding a Link between Xenoestrogens and Autism

California mice | photo by Roger Meissen, Bond LSC By Becca Wolf | Bond LSC It's hard to see a family member treated differently because of a behavior disorder, but those with... Read more ...

IAmScience Norma Castro-Guerrero

IAmScience Norma Castro-Guerrero

By Becca Wolf | Bond LSC If you like your work, you won't ever work a day in your life. That's the case for Norma Castro-Guerrero, a research scientist in David Mendoza's lab... Read more ...

Plant vs. Pathogen

Plant vs. Pathogen

Research scientist Jianbin Su studies the immune system in lettuce on the third floor of the Bond Life Science Center. By Lauren Hines | Bond LSC Scientist Jianbin Su's... Read more ...

Influenza: How it Transmits from Birds to Pigs

Influenza: How it Transmits from Birds to Pigs

Henry Wan | Photo by Roger Meissen, Bond LSC By Becca Wolf Geese will soon fill the skies as they migrate south in V-formation as the weather gets colder and the leaves start... Read more ...

Beyond the Vaccine

Beyond the Vaccine

Lucas Woods from the Weisman lab watches lung cancer cells and oral epithelial cells grow. | photo by Lauren Hines, Bond LSC By Lauren Hines | Bond LSC Vaccine development... Read more ...

Egyptian Genome Added to Growing List of Population-Specific Reference Genomes

Egyptian Genome Added to Growing List of Population-Specific Reference Genomes

We're excited to report that another team has used PacBio long-read sequencing to produce a population-specific reference genome - this time an Egyptian genome that should... Read more ...