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Artificial cells: the new frontier of therapy

Research destined to revolutionize the future of medicine has been published in the well-known journal Science: the birth of artificial life, i.e. artificial cells. The architect of this was Craig Verter, renowned scientist, protagonist in 2000 of the Human Genome Project, pioneer of long-term experiments but also a character criticized by ethics commissions for his… Continua a leggere Artificial cells: the new frontier of therapy

28/12/2022Bio Blog

Herpes Virus: nanotechnology against cancer

Excluding skin cancers, breast cancer is, in one out of three cases, the type of cancer diagnosed in female patients. Our immune system is designed to fight cancer . T-cells in the human body belong to a group of white blood cells and play a central role in immunity. However, cancer cells cause T-cells to… Continua a leggere Herpes Virus: nanotechnology against cancer

28/12/2022Bio Blog

News on the diagnosis of renal dysfunction

More and more people suffer from high blood pressure and have diabetes problems, the blame could be attributed to the incorrect lifestyle of Western society. Over time, the same habits lead to a drastic drop in kidney function, in some cases we get to talk about chronic kidney disease, CKD (chronic renal disease) to put… Continua a leggere News on the diagnosis of renal dysfunction

28/12/2022Bio Blog

Nanotubes and stem cells for bone reconstruction

It has been found that the use of implants made of titanium nanotubes together with stem cells can accelerate the growth of bone tissue. The group of bioengineers from the University of California – San Diego used nano-biotechnology technologies that made it possible to carry out this experiment. In fact, they were able to place… Continua a leggere Nanotubes and stem cells for bone reconstruction

28/12/2022Bio Blog

Early diagnosis of prostate cancer

Treating prostate cancer correctly is a race against time. By the time the patient feels the first symptoms, the disease has already spread. In this context, diagnostic techniques are of fundamental importance: CT, x-rays and magnetic resonance work well, but due to high costs they cannot become routine tests and sometimes they are not even… Continua a leggere Early diagnosis of prostate cancer

28/12/2022Bio Blog