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July 5, 2017

Inflammatory Bowel Disease: Scientists Zoom in on Genetic Culprits

Scientists have closed in on specific genes responsible for Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) from a list of over 600 genes that were suspects for the disease. The team from the Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute and their collaborators at the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard and the GIGA Institute of the University of Liège combined efforts to produce a high resolution map to investigate which genetic variants have a causal role in the disease.  Read More

U Team Discovers 'Powerhouse' New Treatment in Fight Against Deadly Skin Disease

A decade after performing the world's first bone marrow transplants to treat epidermolysis bullosa − a rare and potentially fatal skin disease − university researchers believe they have discovered a "powerhouse" new formula that advances their research, helps the body grow new skin and will allow patients to live longer, less painful lives.  Read More

In Major Breakthrough, Tiny Utah Firm Regenerates Skin, Hair in Pigs

A small U.S. biotech has successfully regenerated skin and stimulated hair growth in pigs with burns and abrasions, paving the way for a scientific breakthrough that could lead to the regeneration of fully functional human skin. Salt Lake City-based PolarityTE Inc's patented approach to tissue engineering is designed to use a patient's own healthy tissue to re-grow human skin for the treatment of burns and wounds. Despite recent advances in reconstructive surgery, plastic surgeons cannot give burn victims what they require the most - their skin.  Read More