UC Berkeley researchers have come up with a CRISPR “switch” mechanism that keeps the Cas9 enzyme off until it reaches its target.
A new screening system confirmed that an emerging class of cancer drugs called IAP antagonists have immune-boosting powers.
Scientists have used computer programs to design a protein that looks like natural IL-2 but that lacks the toxicities of IL-2 cancer drugs.
BI will work with Vanderbilt to develop novel small molecules that they believe will relieve symptoms including memory loss.
A new study shows that a protein called Tinagl1 can block two pathways triple-negative breast tumors use to grow and metastasize.
Provention Bio is developing a multivalent coxsackievirus vaccine for Type 1 diabetes and is on track to start clinical trials.
Researchers at the University of Toronto and UCSF point to the gut as the source of immune cells that mitigate brain inflammation in MS.
The week’s biotech news included a surgical gel that prevents tumors from spreading and an antibody against opioids.
A discovery of a mechanism that clears the toxic brain protein tau could lead to new ideas for treating Alzheimer's.
UCSF researchers have modified CRISPR gene editing to increase the activity of genes that create the feeling of being full.