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Novel Nanomedicine Inhibits Progression of Pancreatic Cancer in Mice - Tel Aviv University

Survival rates in pancreatic cancer linked to inverse correlation between specific oncogene and tumor suppressant, Tel Aviv University researchers say

A new Tel Aviv University study pinpoints the inverse correlation between a known oncogene — a gene that promotes the development of cancer — and the expression of an oncosuppressor microRNA as the reason for extended pancreatic cancer survival. 689 more words


There are a number of interaction forces which have a significant role in the interesting mechanical properties that arise at the nanoscale. Nanoscale forces (mechanical not chemical) have been attributed to allowing Geckos to hang on glass surfaces by a single toe! 1,007 more words


NanoPharma 2018

NanoPharma 2018 is a unique platform to meet fellow key decision makers and experts all-around the Academic Institutions, Healthcare Institutes, Pharmaceutical, Biotech, Biomedical, Formulation scientists and researchers making the congress a perfect platform to share experience, foster collaborations through the research talks & presentations to put forward many thought provoking strategies. 525 more words


Tiny Nanoparticles Could Help Repair Damaged Brain And Nerve Cells

When our brains develop problems, such as degenerative diseases or epilepsy, some of the trouble can be electrical. As nerve signals involve electrically charged particles moving around, medics often try to treat associated problems using  404 more words


Nanotechnology and Cardiovascular Nanomedicine

Applications of various nano platforms in the prevention and treatment of cardiovascular disease. Nano platforms can target and break down coronary artery plaques and prevent injuries caused by stenosis or occlusion of arteries. 1,148 more words


Flipping the switch

Cambridge University spin-out company LIFNano, founded by Dr Su Metcalfe, is pioneering a new approach to the treatment of MS by using nanotechnology to deliver proteins that could ‘flip a switch’ in the brain. 1,167 more words

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