Nobel Laureate Tasuku Honjo Refutes Link To ‘Man-Made’ Coronavirus Claim

2018 Nobel laureate Tasuku Honjo has refuted any link to social media posts that claim the SARS-CoV-2 virus was 'man-made' or 'invented' in a lab.

How Cells Relieve DNA Replication Stress

Scientists in South Korea have identified a mechanism by which mammalian cells prevent DNA replication from stalling due to internal or external stressors.

Genomic Medicine Company Lucence Receives CLIA Certification (VIDEO)

The certification allows Lucence to acquire patient samples from the US for analysis using its liquid biopsy genomics platform.

Nanoparticles Boost Efficacy Of Cancer Immunotherapy

Researchers in China have developed antibody nanoparticles that boost antitumor immunity in mice.

The ABCs Of Why Bats Rarely Get Cancer

The low incidence of cancer in bats can be attributed to high ABCB1 gene expression, according to research by scientists in Singapore.

CAR-T Therapy Shows Promising Results Against Myeloma

Innovent Biologics' CT103A, a promising therapy for tough-to-treat blood cancer, has shown positive results in clinical trials.

A Good BET On Liposarcoma Treatment

Scientists in Singapore have found that BET proteins play a huge role in the development of liposarcoma, making them a target for future anticancer drugs.

Asian Medicinal Plants Contain Anti-Cancer Compounds

The extracts of the leaves of three medicinal plants were found to be promising against seven types of cancers, according to researchers in Singapore.

Cancer Stem Cells Addicted to Methionine, Study Shows

Singapore researchers have discovered that cancer stem cells consume the amino acid methionine much faster than it can be generated, and this vulnerability could be exploited for cancer treatment.