Japan’s Research And Development Of Tooth Regeneration Drugs Will Be Launched In July Next Year With The Goal Of Clinical Testing In 2030

The Japanese media “Mainichi Shimbun” reported earlier that local researchers are developing a drug that allows people to grow new teeth, and clinical trials are expected to begin in July next year. Director of Dentistry and Oral Surgery at Kitano Hospital, Dr. Takahashi Katsura, who is in charge of this research project, said that growing…

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Scientists Hope To Use Primate DNA To Train AI Models For Analysis Of Human Genetic Diseases

Genetic diseases are still quite difficult medical problems to solve, but the advancement of AI technology may bring the answer. Recent studies have tried to use primate DNA to train AI models, and future attempts will be used to analyze human genetic diseases. Scientists first used 233 non-human primate species to sequence the genes of…

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Bio-company Develops Human Eye Replacement To Restore Vision Degraded By Retinitis Pigmentosa

A few days ago, a biotechnology company successfully developed FlexLED, a human eye substitute using MicroLED technology. FlexLED can combine thin-film retinal displays and targeted activated retinal ganglion cells (RGCs) to restore vision in patients with photoreceptor degeneration caused by retinitis pigmentosa, macular degeneration, etc. FlexLED is 0.03㎛ thick, can be used wirelessly and contains…

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1.6 Million Americans Still Can’t Smell Normally After Months Of Corona Virus

The exact cause of this condition is unclear, but scientists believe it is due to damage to the olfactory epithelium (cells in part of the nose), which protects the olfactory nerve, help people smell the surroundings. According to Dr. Justin Turner, associate professor of otolaryngology at Vanderbilt University, early data suggests that the cells that…

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