Forward Thinking – Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences News

No one can say for sure which issues will be front and center in health care in 25 years, when the Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences marks its 200th anniversary. Experts in medicine and the biomedical sciences, however, are trained to think ahead and anticipate the shifting landscape of knowledge, both practical and theoretical, in order to help prepare society for challenges and opportunities that lie ahead.

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Growing Awareness about Stem Cell Banking and Related Conditions to Drive the Market Growth. The Manomet Current – The Manomet Current

Absolute Markets Insights has recently added an extensive report to its repository titled Stem Cell Banking market. The latest market study provides a lucid understanding and the report scrutinizes the data by using primary and secondary research techniques. Moreover it also sheds light on various dynamic aspects of businesses such as client requirements, demanding products or services, shares, and raw material.

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Scientists provide new insight on how to stop the transcription of cancer cells – Anti Aging News

Scientists from the UCLA Jonsson Comprehensive Cancer Center have identified a key protein, transcription factor TAF12, that plays a critical role in the formation of a preinitiation complex, which consists of over one hundred proteins that are necessary for the transcription of protein-coding genes. The team found by eliminating TAF12, the entire preinitiation complex is destroyed and the genome-wide transcription is downregulated drastically.

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Ivermectin COVID-19 Scandal Shows How Vulnerable Science Is to Fraud – ScienceAlert

Haruko Obokata published two papers in January 2014 that described how regular blood cells could be turned into pluripotent stem cells. At the time, this was a coup it dramatically simplified a previously complicated process and opened up new vistas of medical and biological research, while neatly sidestepping the bioethical considerations of using human embryos to harvest stem cells.

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The making of an ovarian niche – Science Magazine

Nudging germ cell precursors into functionally mature oocytes and spermatozoa is a key aspect of in vitro gametogenesis and a major challenge in the study of reproductive biology. This process is biologically complex, not only determined by the developmental competency of the germ cell itself but also critically dependent on the gonadal niche.

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UHS faculty member honored – The Nation

LAHORE - The World Organization of Family Phycisians has added Dr Hina Javed of the University of Health Sciences to its list of Featured Doctor. Dr Hina Javed is the second family physician from Pakistan to receive this honour. She is currently serving as an assistant professor at the UHS Family Medicine department.

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