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Sosei Heptares Enters R&D Agreements with Oxford University and KU Leuven to Identify and Validate Key GPCRs Driving Gastrointestinal and Immune Disorders

Sosei Heptares Enters R&D Agreements with Oxford University and KU Leuven to Identify and Validate Key GPCRs Driving Gastrointestinal and Immune Disorders

Sosei Group Company The agreements build on Sosei Heptares’ target identification and validation strategy and translational medicine approach to drug discovery, enabling the company to rapidly prioritize disease-relevant GPCR targets for the structure-based drug design TOKYO and CAMBRIDGE, United Kingdom, 08 Dec. 11, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Sosei Group Corporation (“the Company”; TSE: 4565), the …

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A new 'heart attack on a chip' could serve as a test bed for developing personalized drugs

A new ‘heart attack on a chip’ could serve as a test bed for developing personalized drugs

Researchers from the Alfred E. Mann Department of Biomedical Engineering at the University of Southern California have developed a “heart attack on a chip,” a device that could one day serve as a test bed for developing new heart drugs and even personalized drugs. “Our device replicates some key features of a heart attack in …

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Ada County Joins Prescription Drug Rebate Program

Ada County Joins Prescription Drug Rebate Program

An all-new county program includes access to low-cost telemedicine services and increased discounts on prescription drugs. BOISE, Idaho – If you live in Ada County, Idaho, read carefully. There’s a brand new county program that includes access to low-cost telemedicine services and increased discounts on prescription drugs. Ada County recently switched to the Live Healthy …

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Herbal Medicine Market Size Expected to Grow by USD 36,636.05 Million: Asia to Contribute 42% of Market Growth - Technavio

Herbal Medicine Market Size Expected to Grow by USD 36,636.05 Million: Asia to Contribute 42% of Market Growth – Technavio

NEW YORK, December 7, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The Herbal Medicine Market by Product, Distribution Channel and Geography – Forecast and Analysis 2023-2027 report was published by Technavio. The market size is expected to increase by $36,636.05 million at a CAGR of 5.96% between 2022 and 2027. The report provides a comprehensive analysis of regional growth …

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Experimental decoy drug tricks coronavirus, then destroys it

Experimental decoy drug tricks coronavirus, then destroys it

The coronavirus has been a sneaky enemy, with new variants and sub-variants rapidly evolving to evade vaccines and treatments. Researchers at Boston’s Dana-Farber Cancer Institute are working on an experimental drug that takes one of the virus’s most dangerous traits – its talent for mutation – and turns it against itself. When the coronavirus binds …

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Recap: State stays case in Aaron Dean murder trial for Atatiana Jefferson shooting

Recap: State stays case in Aaron Dean murder trial for Atatiana Jefferson shooting

The third day of the murder trial of former Fort Worth police officer Aaron Dean in the shooting of Atatiana Jefferson began Wednesday morning with testimony from crime scene investigators and police and s’ ended with Jefferson’s sister, Ashley Carr, at the helm. The state closed its case Wednesday afternoon. The trial will resume on …

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Rutgers RWJ School of Medicine and RWJUH Researchers Report Breakthrough in Ultrasound Imaging Technique

Rutgers RWJ School of Medicine and RWJUH Researchers Report Breakthrough in Ultrasound Imaging Technique

Artificial intelligence now trained to detect pixel patterns in ultrasound images Partho Sengupta, MD, FACC, and Naveena Yanamala, PhD (New Brunswick, NJ) – Researchers from Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School (Rutgers RWJMS) and Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital (RWJUH) have reported a new breakthrough in ultrasound imaging methods that can detect microscopic changes in …

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