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Female immune response could hold key to new cancer therapies*
21-May-2015

An understanding of natural immune suppression mechanisms in the female reproductive tract could lead to new ways to combat cancer.

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Contact: Ana Maria Theresa P. Labrador Institution: University of the Philippines Diliman
 
RECYCLING PREPARATIVE HPLC FOR ISOLATION OF STYRYL-LACTONES FROM GONIOTHALAMUS LANCEOLATUS
21-May-2015

The forest of Borneo presents a diversity of flora and fauna which may hold the secret ingredients and compounds to treat many serious and chronic ilnesses. Researchers from ATTA-UR-RAHMAN INSTITUTE FOR NATURAL PRODUCT DISCOVERY, Universiti Teknologi MARA, Malaysia carried out a study on one such indigenous plant found in the jungles of Borneo.

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Contact: Darmarajah Nadarajah Institution: Universiti Teknologi MARA (UiTM)
 
Mesoporous Particles for the Development of Drug Delivery System Safe to Human Bodies
20-May-2015

A research group at Materials Nanoarchitectonics (MANA), National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS), succeeded in developing porous particles (mesoporous particles) consisting solely of phospholipids, a biological component, that are suitable for use as a drug delivery system.

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Contact: Mikiko Tanifuji Institution: National Institute for Materials Science
 
A non-invasive tool for diagnosing cancer*
19-May-2015

Researchers in Singapore have developed an ultrasensitive method to detect micro-RNAs: tiny molecules that can indicate the presence of tumours. They are applying the technology toward a non-invasive screening test for gastric cancer.

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Contact: Lee Swee Heng Institution: The Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR)
 
Biomedical sensors for disease detection made simple*
18-May-2015

Researchers in Korea have succeeded in making a new protein detection platform using low-cost plastic and paper substrates. Their work could help reduce the cost and improve the accuracy of infectious disease diagnosis.

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Contact: Lan Yoon Institution: Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology
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