Glythera Wins Grant to Develop ADCs against Challenging Cancers

U.K. firm awarded £1 million to develop antibody drug conjugates using PermaLink platform to target difficult-to-treat tumors

Obesity Tilts Breast Cancer Cells toward Metastasis by Suppressing Metabolic Enzyme

Metabolocentric approaches to treating metastatic breast cancer could be advanced by targeting a signaling mechanism that is inhibited by obesity-associated cytokines

Grape-Derived Compounds May Help to Prevent Depression

Scientists have identified two grape-derived compounds that can effectively help to protect against stress-induced depression in mice, and which could represent promising new candidates for treating depression in humans.

Rebuilding the Wall: Single Enzyme Aids Bacteria after Antibiotic Exposure

Researchers at the University of Notre Dame have elucidated how an enzyme helps bacteria rebound from damage inflicted by antibiotics not strong enough to immediately kill the bacteria on contact.

Immunotherapy Biomarker Predicts Lung Cancer Response and Survival

Researchers have now discovered a method for predicting the likelihood of treatment success for immunotherapy

HIV Transmission Blocked by Often Overlooked Class of Antibody

A group of scientists at Texas Biomedical Research Institute have zeroed in on a new defense against HIV-1, the virus that causes AIDS.

Streamlining Glycan Analysis: From Sample Preparation to Data Analysis

Broadcast Date: October 5th, 2016 Time: 1 PM ET, 10 AM PT Glycosylation is one of the key attributes to monitor during the development and production...

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