BK virus-associated hemorrhagic cystitis is a painful complication and common after allogeneic stem cell transplants for patients with leukemia or lymphoma. The researchers hope this new approach provides an “off-the-shelf” treatment for this condition.
The company announced that the patient developed hypotony with panuveitis and loss of vision in the treated eye 30 weeks after the patient was randomized to receive a single intravitreal injection of a high dose of ADVM-022, its candidate to treat diabetic macular edema.
Research from the University of Pennsylvania and Duke University shows an acquired mutation in the cancer-causing gene PIK3CA can trigger uncontrolled growth in cerebral cavernous malformations often leading to strokes or seizures in those affected.
The first in a new drug class of phosphodiesterase‐4D allosteric inhibitors developed by Tetra Therapeutics is well tolerated and helps improve cognition in people with fragile X syndrome, show results from a Phase II trial.
NanoSeq, a new and carefully refined form of duplex sequencing developed at the Wellcome Sanger Institute, is highly accurate and can detect single-cell mutations, which could allow early detection of diseases such as cancer.
An algorithm called MMRDetect, designed by University of Cambridge researchers, can detect tumors that have mismatch repair mutations that should make them more vulnerable to treatment with immune checkpoint inhibitors.
An experimental glial stem cell therapy, designed by UCLA researchers, can repair brain damage and improve memory function in mice with conditions that replicate human strokes and dementia.
High levels of two proteins linked to EGFR, amphiregulin and epiregulin, are linked to better outcomes in patients treated with the monoclonal antibody panitumumab, shows a new study using artificial intelligence to aid data analysis.
Researchers selected several hundred thousand genetic markers and, using their statistical model, linked the composition of these markers to the onset of high blood pressure, heart disease, or type 2 diabetes in the patients in the database.
Swiss scientists have developed a computational algorithm known as ‘Tomographer’ that can visualize and map gene expression in organs using tissue measurement and messenger RNA data.