Keyword: Stanford University
Scientists in the U.S. and Japan devised a new tissue engineering method to tackle blood supply problems in pancreatic cell transplantation.
A new gene-editing tool is designed to act like the search-and-replace function in word processing, precisely cutting out genetic variants.
Calls are growing for a new approach to p-values.
Two studies uncover links between genes and brain-cell functioning that could provide new targets for therapies aimed at neurodegenerative diseases.
Researchers at Stanford used the gene editing system CRISPR-Cas9 to uncover a gene that, when impeded, may prevent neuron death in ALS.
CRISPR is a promising treatment for blood disorders, but it comes with challenges, such as off-target effects.
Scientists at Stanford University believe stem cells can teach the immune system to recognize and attack cancer.
Apple has told participants in its heart study that their data will be used to seek FDA approval for an investigational device.
Stanford researchers are reporting promising results from mouse trials of a therapy that involves injecting compounds directly into tumors.
A Stanford team aimed at host cells to fight flaviviruses, while Harvard scientists examined the longevity of Zika vaccines.