Latest Nature Biotechnology Stories

2010-01-20 18:06:14

Weill Cornell Medical College study lays groundwork for new treatments for cardiovascular disease and other conditions.

2009-12-28 13:10:18

Publication in Nature Biotechnology validates company's structure-based approach for addressing previously undruggable targets.

2009-12-10 17:33:36

Global climate change has prompted efforts to drastically reduce emissions of carbon dioxide, a greenhouse gas produced by burning fossil fuels.

2009-08-16 13:07:39

A study published in this week's online issue of Nature Biotechnology, demonstrates a unique and highly sensitive method for detecting methylation-associated cancers.

2009-08-11 06:10:00

When scientists first mapped out the human DNA in 2001, each attempt cost hundreds of millions of dollars and took an average of 250 people.

2009-05-04 10:08:53

Molecules that selectively interfere with protein production can stop human cells from making the abnormal molecules that cause Huntington’s disease, researchers at UT Southwestern Medical Center have found.

2009-04-13 07:43:45

A team of UCSF researchers has for the first time used tiny molecules called microRNAs to help turn adult mouse cells back to their embryonic state.

2009-03-06 06:47:00

- Company Receives Allowance of Patent Claims in the U.S. and in India - - InNexus Biotechnology CEO Highlighted in Nature Biotechnology - BRITISH COLUMBIA, Canada, March 6 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- InNexus Biotechnology Inc.

2008-11-26 12:23:39

A new "barcode chip" developed by researchers at the California Institute of Technology (Caltech) promises to revolutionize diagnostic medical testing. In less than 10 minutes, and using just a pinprick's worth of blood, the chip can measure the concentrations of dozens of proteins, including those that herald the presence of diseases like cancer and heart disease.

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