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Emergency Sealant Gel Developed for Eye Injuries

A medical engineering team created a gel material that safely closes injured eye tissue until surgical treatments can be given. . . . → Read More: Emergency Sealant Gel Developed for Eye Injuries

Programmable Nanoscale Drug Capsules Designed

A lab at University of Connecticut is developing nanoscale capsules that release drug cargoes only when encountering specific enzymes, even inside cells. . . . → Read More: Programmable Nanoscale Drug Capsules Designed

RNA Injections Shown to Rebuild Damaged Heart Muscle

Engineers and medical researchers developed a technique to deliver genetic material into damaged heart muscle that in lab mice regrows heart cells. . . . → Read More: RNA Injections Shown to Rebuild Damaged Heart Muscle

Biotech, Cancer Center Partner on T-Cell Research

A developer of cancer diagnostics and treatments is collaborating with Moffitt Cancer Center to advance therapies for ovarian cancer with T-cells from the immune system. . . . → Read More: Biotech, Cancer Center Partner on T-Cell Research

New Drug Shown to Reduce Depressive Behaviors

A new type of treatment for depression that works differently from most other anti-depressive drugs was shown in lab mice to reduce depression-like behaviors. . . . → Read More: New Drug Shown to Reduce Depressive Behaviors

Lab-On-Chip Device Simulates Tumor Microenvironment

Biomedical engineers designed a device that simulates the supportive environment in which tumors grow, and in tests was shown to work as well as lab mice for assessing cancer drugs. . . . → Read More: Lab-On-Chip Device Simulates Tumor Microenvironment

Univ. Lab, Company Broaden Bacterial Vaccine Impact

Researchers from University at Buffalo and a campus spin-off enterprise devised a way to expand the scope of anti-bacterial vaccines, as shown in tests with lab animals. . . . → Read More: Univ. Lab, Company Broaden Bacterial Vaccine Impact

Univ. Spin-Off Reports Cancer Immunotherapy Advance

A highly targeted synthetic antibody, developed by a university spin-off enterprise, was shown to destroy human breast cancer cells grafted in lab mice. . . . → Read More: Univ. Spin-Off Reports Cancer Immunotherapy Advance

Gene Therapy Shown to Prevent, Reverse Multiple Sclerosis

Medical researchers show that transferring healthy genes can protect nerve cells in lab mice against damage from multiple sclerosis, and help reverse effects of the disease. . . . → Read More: Gene Therapy Shown to Prevent, Reverse Multiple Sclerosis

Avian Flu Vaccine with Longer Protection in Development

A biotechnology company is designing a vaccine to protect against the newly emergent avian flu to provide more sustained protection like seasonal flu vaccines. . . . → Read More: Avian Flu Vaccine with Longer Protection in Development