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Let the pathways be the guide. In the third of our four-part series, Fraser McIntosh blogs about repurposing drugs for inflammatory diseases.
Think outside the box. In the second of our four-part series, Erik Rocheford blogs about the role drug repurposing might play in Type 2 diabetes.
News last week that Japanese scientists had discovered a much easier way of reprogramming cells into an embryonic state was too late to make it on to Science Channel’s Stem Cell Universe” hosted by Stephen Hawking. It just goes to show you how fast the field is moving.
Generating pluripotent stem cells consistently and efficiently is a critical technical barrier that must be overcome to fully realize the promise of personalized regenerative medicine.
Listen to Charles River scientists share their recent research in these brief podcasts.
The prospect of discovering new biology. In the final blog in this series, Joe Cornicelli examines the potential role of drug purposing in developmental candidates.
In the first of our four-part series, Joseph Cornicelli blogs about how various strategies, including phenotypic screening, might potentially breathe new life into failed drug candidates—and help the struggling drug industry in the process.
A global effort to phenotype the mouse genome is getting to the interesting part. Researchers have started to identify behaviors in knockout mice, and some of the preliminary findings might surprise you.
The arduous search for therapeutic cancer vaccines.
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