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3-D Printed Scaffold Helps Regrow Soft Tissue

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Researchers developed a biodegradable polymer for printed implant scaffolds that in lab rodents maintains its shape to encourage cell and tissue growth. . . . → Read More: 3-D Printed Scaffold Helps Regrow Soft Tissue

Covid-19 Nasal Spray Vaccine Discontinued

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A biotechnology company is discontinuing further work on a Covid-19 vaccine nasal spray after clinical trial results show it produces little immune response. . . . → Read More: Covid-19 Nasal Spray Vaccine Discontinued

Long-Acting Capsule Helps Reduce Opioid Use

Ambulance at night

A capsule designed to take once a week is shown in animal tests to continuously deliver a craving-reduction drug in that time and suppress opioid intake. . . . → Read More: Long-Acting Capsule Helps Reduce Opioid Use

Flexible Electrodes Devised for Implanted Devices

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Biomedical engineers designed flexible electrodes that in lab tests safely connect and deliver electrical current to animal hearts and brains. . . . → Read More: Flexible Electrodes Devised for Implanted Devices

Low Cost Vaccine, Patch Device Produce Immune Responses

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Tests with lab mice show one dose of a lower cost Covid-19 vaccine given with a needle-free patch generates strong antibody and cellular immune responses. . . . → Read More: Low Cost Vaccine, Patch Device Produce Immune Responses

Electronic Device Cuts Bacterial Lab Test Time

Klebsiella pneumoniae

An electronic device for assessing bacteria in blood samples is shown to meet conventional lab culture standards in a fraction of the usual testing time. . . . → Read More: Electronic Device Cuts Bacterial Lab Test Time

Crispr Treatment Leads to Durable Cholesterol Reduction

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A developer of gene editing for inherited heart disease reports lab monkeys given its therapy experience lower cholesterol levels for at least eight months. . . . → Read More: Crispr Treatment Leads to Durable Cholesterol Reduction

Small Biz Grant Funds Covid-19 Antiviral Therapy

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A biotechnology company developing cancer therapies is receiving an NIH grant to extend its technology for antiviral peptides against the SARS-CoV-2 virus. . . . → Read More: Small Biz Grant Funds Covid-19 Antiviral Therapy

Antibody Clears Covid-19 Variants, Enters Trial

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A synthetic antibody is shown in lab tests to neutralize variants of the SARS-CoV-2 virus, and will be added to an ongoing clinical trial of Covid-19 therapies. . . . → Read More: Antibody Clears Covid-19 Variants, Enters Trial

Vaccine Stops Lyme Bacteria in Preclinical Test

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A study with lab mice shows an experimental vaccine with engineered bacteria produces antibodies and protects against microbes causing Lyme disease. . . . → Read More: Vaccine Stops Lyme Bacteria in Preclinical Test