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First New Antibiotic for Drug-Resistant TB Approved In 50 Years

The problem of treating tuberculosis has been increasing in the past few decades due to drug-resistant strains. To overcome this, scientists across the world are working to find new drugs that can help fight the menace of tuberculosis. In light of this, the first new antibiotic for drug-resistant tuberculosis has been approved in 50 years by US-FDA on 14 August 2019.

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CRISPR based SHERLOCK Technology- The Detective!

For long, bacteria are using the natural biological system to protect themselves. One such major system that has been discovered lately by scientists is CRISPR. It is an enzyme which targets the foreign genetic material, cleaves it off and prevents…

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A breakthrough – CRISPR Cas9 imaged for the first time

The discovery of CRISPR opened the pandora box of opportunities for scientists across the world to explore this gene editing tool further. But since scientists were not having any visuals of the CRISPR Cas9 enzyme, it was difficult to come…

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Scientists Replicated Bacterial Homing Instinct in Stem Cells

We are not unknown with the fact that stem cells have huge applications, especially in the field of medical science. One such important application is curing heart disease by regenerating the damaged heart tissues using stem cells. Scientists at the…

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Scientist Used Embryonic Stem Cells to Generate Model Human Embryo

No one can deny the importance of stem cells in biological sciences. The wide applications of stem cells have led to many life-saving discoveries. Recently, another benchmark has been set up by researchers, who used embryonic stem cells to generate…

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Newly developed method for DNA amplification

Are you struggling with the long process of DNA amplification using PCR? Well, you need not struggle anymore with the long heating and cooling steps and non-specific amplification. Recently scientists from Tokyo Institute of Japan have developed a new method…

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