Bioinformatics is one of the healthcare industry's most spotlighted and trending topics today. The Bioinformatics market is evolving rapidly and reaching new heights with each passing day, leading ...
Zealand Pharma Announces the Positive Topline Results from its Phase III trial of Glepaglutide Zealand Pharma A/S, a biotech company specializing in peptide-based medicines, announced positive topline results from its phase III trial of glepaglutide. In the evenly randomized double-blind trial, 106 patients with...Find More
Wilson’s disease is a rare genetic disorder caused by mutations in the P-type ATPase gene. Wilson’s disease causes defective biliary excretion of copper, leading to its accumulation, particularly in the liver and brain. The ATP7B gene is responsible for the transportation of copper from the liver to the intestine t...Find More
CRISPR technology or CRISPR/Cas9 technology is a genome-editing tool derived from the bacterial defense system against viruses and plasmids. The system comprises the Cas9 nuclease enzyme to create site-directed dsDNA (double-stranded DNA) break and a guide RNA, which is a predesigned 20 bp long RNA sequence within ...Find More
Drug pricing is one of the hottest topics in the healthcare segment. Several arguments have been put forward by people, governments, healthcare companies, and other organizations in favor of and against expensive medicines. Some of the drugs are so expensive that they are nearly out of reach of the common people. H...Find More
Pfizer acquires drugmaker Arena for USD 6.7 billion to address unmet needs Pfizer declared that it is acquiring Arena Pharmaceuticals, a drug company specializing in inflammation and immunology, for almost USD 7 billion. The pharma giant said it would finance the agreement, worth USD 6.7 billion, with cash on ha...Find More
Chimeric antigen receptor T-cell (CAR T) therapies are shown to have transformative potential as a new type of cancer treatment that utilizes the immune system to fight the disease. It involves the process where genetically engineered T cells (patient/donor) express a chimeric antigen receptor to target a specific ...Find More
Cystinosis is a genetic condition that causes the buildup of the amino acid "cystine" in the cells of the body is known as cystinosis. Due to the excessive accumulation of cystine in various cells, organs, tissues, including the kidneys, eyes, liver, thyroid, muscles, pancreas, brain, and white blood cells of the b...Find More
Hemophilia is an inherited rare disorder where blood doesn’t clot in the regular way because the person affected doesn’t make enough blood-clotting proteins (clotting factors). Without these factors, patients cannot stop bleeding when they are injured. Patients with more severe forms of the disease can experience s...Find More
Advances in genetics research have sparked a surge in interest in gene therapy in dermatology in recent years. Dermatology treatment options have expanded beyond topical drugs to include oral medications, injectables, and light and laser therapy. Now, rather than simply treating symptoms, gene therapy in dermatolog...Find More
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