Biotechnology, Cancer, Cardiology, Medical News
Newly developed exosome spray promotes myocardial tissue regeneration

In the post-injury heart, a newly developed exosome spray (EXOS) improved cardiac function, reduced fibrosis, and boosted endogenous myocardial tissue regeneration. Cardiac regenerative medicine has the ability to heal damaged

Biotechnology, Cancer, Economics, Medical News, Pharmaceuticals
Artificial intelligence developed that finds disease targets and predicts a drug’s chances of FDA approval

Researchers have developed a new method of looking for disease targets using artificial intelligence, which then forecasts whether or not a treatment will be authorized by the FDA. In its

Cancer, Diet, Gastroenterology, Longevity, Medical News
Research suggests intestinal bacteria helps prevent tumors

The microbiome is believed to play a role in the development of chronic inflammatory bowel diseases, trigger diabetes, produce obesity, and even cause neurological diseases like multiple sclerosis and Parkinson’s

Cancer, Diet, Gastroenterology, Medical News, Metabolic syndrome
Study finds artificial sweeteners alter healthy gut bacteria to be pathogenic

The new study is the first to show that some of the most commonly used artificial sweeteners have pathogenic effects on two types of gut bacteria, E. coli (Escherichia coli)

Cancer, Diet, Gastroenterology, Genetics, Longevity, Medical News
DNA damage triggered by diets rich in red meat found in colorectal cancer patients

The study discovered a unique mutational signature—a pattern that had never been seen previously but was indicative of a form of DNA damage known as “alkylation.” Although it is common

Biotechnology, Cancer, Medical News, Nephrology
Researchers make big progress towards building synthetic kidney

Novel kidney organoid recapitulating the patterned distribution of principal cells (red) and intercalated cells (green) of an adult kidney’s collecting duct system. Credit: Zipeng Zeng/Li Lab A group of scientists