Treatments for affected nervous system tissues could be better tested in pigs, because their size is closer to that of humans.
Chinese scientists have developed a device to mimic the contractions of cardiac muscle cells, which can potentially replace human and non-human animal models for drug screening.
Traditionally, natural enzymes were used for tumor therapy, however they were less sensitive and stable. Nanozymes have good biocompatibility, and have the potential to optimize tumour treatment.
Chinese researchers developed a drug, WYC-209, found to kill or inhibit the proliferation of stem cells of certain cancers such as breast and lung cancers.
Hopes to be the first "made in Hong Kong" anti-HIV-1 antibody drug for clinical development
Technology adds fluorescent dye to tumor cells, making them detectable for accurate imaging and diagnosis
Genome sequence can provide better understanding of tea plant evolution and help breed improved tea varieties
The goal is to sequence the genomes of 1.5 million known species of eukaryotes, which includes plants, animals, fungi and other organisms.
The reforms to clinical trial processes along with the recent permit to CMOs will help in attracting foreign investment, says GlobalData
Patent in China covers integration of an external DNA sequence into the chromosome of eukaryotic cells
New facility to enable drug developers to accelerate projects from preclinical to commercial stage.