Science Translational Medicine
Journal that publish papers with topics related to translational medicine
Science Translational Medicine is a weekly journal devoted to research and issues of strong interest to the translational medicine community. Translational medicine topics suitable for submission include any original research findings, discussions or analyses that move the field closer to the goal of improving human health, or the diagnosis and treatment of disease. Interdisciplinary approaches are particularly encouraged, for example, studies at the interface of engineering and diagnostics, chemistry and drug development, or cell biology and clinical medicine. We accept original research, as well as Reviews, Perspectives and Commentaries.
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Science Translational Medicine News
BioNTech begins human trials for mRNA therapy targeting colon cancer and melanoma
Lifespan.io (LEAF) - 10-Sep-2021
mRNA cocktail treatment shows anti-tumor effect without toxic side effects in miceRead more...
One-time stem cell therapy activates brain's self-repair process
Drug Target Review - 22-Apr-2021
Cell therapy repairs brain damage from dementia and stroke in mice, soon to begin human trialsRead more...
Deactivating ageing gene KAT7 to slow down ageing
Reuters - 20-Jan-2021
A potential therapeutic target for ageing, but still a long way to human trialsRead more...
Niacin inhibits brain tumor growth in mice
Lifespan.io (LEAF) - 10-Jun-2020
A promising anti-cancer immunotherapy approach, and alternative to traditional drugsRead more...
Neural Matrix, the new brain implant projected to last six years
Medical Xpress - 08-Apr-2020
Promising tech for treating brain disorders successfully deployed in monkeys and rodentsRead more...
Off-the shelf artificial cardiac patch for heart attacks
Medical Xpress - 08-Apr-2020
In rat and pig models this cardiac patch improved recovery after heart attacksRead more...
High-salt diet is bad for the immune system
Medical Xpress - 25-Mar-2020
As concluded by experiments done in mice and human volunteersRead more...
Regrowing nerves with a biodegradable device in macaques
Futurism - 23-Jan-2020
Bridging long nerve gaps from injuries; soon to enter human trials in 2021Read more...
Polymer tube to aid peripheral nerve regeneration
EurekAlert! - 22-Jan-2020
Better than just letting the nerves grow haphazardly on their ownRead more...
Prosthetics with sensors are superior to conventional prosthetics
New Scientist - 02-Oct-2019
More likely to climb stairs faster and walk over obstacles safelyRead more...
Personalised DNA tests to easily detect breast cancer DNA in blood
Independent - 07-Aug-2019
With all these cancers on the rise, are we acting fast enough?Read more...
New laser based method can scan tumour cells in circulating blood
Independent - 12-Jun-2019
Very clever technology – super-accurate blood test without taking a drop of bloodRead more...
Humacyte developing off-the-shelf engineered blood vessels
Medical Xpress - 28-Mar-2019
Scaffold is populated by patient's own blood vesselsRead more...
New type of medicine made from living bacteria
Guardian - 16-Jan-2019
Can be used to add or remove products from the bodyRead more...
Personalized vaccine fights ovarian cancer
Washington Post - 22-Apr-2018
Uses the patient’s immune cells as a sort of T-cell training force. Also targets distinctive pro...Read more...
Tiny Pumps Can Inject Drugs Directly Into the Brain
INVERSE - 24-Jan-2018
MIT has developed a tiny pump to be implanted into a patient’s brain. Delivers precisely measure...Read more...
Brain tumours effectively treated by injecting patients with viruses
Independent - 03-Jan-2018
Treatment works by stimulating the internal defences of patients to fight their tumours. The pre...Read more...
173 secret outbreaks of superbug MRSA in UK hospitals
BBC - 26-Oct-2017
Genomic sleuthing found undetected outbreaks in the east of England over just one year. Whole ge...Read more...
Human Glue Could Save Lives in an Emergency
Healthline - 22-Oct-2017
Scientists developed a sealant that could potentially stop bleeding. Currently available sealan...Read more...
Exoskeleton Adapts While It’s Worn
Scientific American - 27-Jul-2017
New approach improves endurance by lowering the wearer’s energy exertion. Software-controlled an...Read more...
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