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Experimental Peptides Prevent Diabetes & Halt Its Progression

Released by the University of South Carolina. By LESLIE H. LANG UNC-CH School of Medicine CHAPEL HILL — Injections of protein fragments prevented the development of type-I diabetes in a strain of mice prone to the disease, according to scientists […]

Multiple Myeloma Treatment

Apigenin inhibits proliferation and induces apoptosis through targeting the trinity of CK2, Cdc37 and Hsp90. 2011 BioMed Research - Abstract - Background: Multiple myeloma (MM) is a B-cell malignancy that is largely incurable and is characterized by the accumulation of […]

Clinical Analysis of the Fibroblast Growth Factor

NEUROTROPHIC FACTORS: Published:  Monday, October 24th, 2011 Download the complete Report Here. In this publication we will give you a general overview of Neurotrophic Factors and the Neurophysiological Evaluation we applied. Studies are being made for consistency and power analysis […]

Peptide Reduces Joint Disease in Rheumatoid Arthritis Model

The painful inflammation and debilitating joint damage characteristic of rheumatoid arthritis may be reduced or prevented with a new approach using small-molecule enzyme mimetics, according to research published in the journal Arthritis & Rheumatism. The preclinical study conducted by researchers […]

Reversing Cirrhosis of the Liver

University of California, San Diego researchers have proven in animal studies that fibrosis in the liver can be not only stopped, but reversed. Their discovery, to be published in PLoS Online on December 26, opens the door to treating and […]

Cancer-Killing Peptides

ScienceDaily (May 26, 2011) — Researchers from Aalto University have found the mechanism of action for cancer-cell-killing peptides. This breakthrough is expected to lead to better medication, in particular better treatments for leukemia, skin cancer, and infections caused by multi-resistant […]

ARMY Regrowing Soldiers’ Muscles with Peptides – By Katie Drummond, Nov. 9, 2011 A few bovine peptide cells, a single surgery and a rigorous daily workout: They’re the three ingredients that patients will need to re-grow fresh, functional slabs of their own muscle, courtesy of […]

Peptide Treatments for Rheumatoid Arthritis

New ‘Bouncer’ Molecule Halts Rheumatoid Arthritis; Protective Protein Prevents Immune System from Ravaging Joints and Bones ScienceDaily Article — Researchers at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine have discovered why the immune cells of people with rheumatoid arthritis become hyperactive […]

Lung Cancer Peptide Vaccine

The First Ever Lung Cancer Vaccine from Cuba From the island nation known for the quality of its cigars comes some pretty big news today: Xinhua reports that Cuban medical authorities have released the first therapeutic vaccine for lung cancer. […]

Peptides for Baldness? It’s Possible

Scientists May Have Accidentally Found Baldness Cure Using Peptides Article Originally Posted on POPSCI By Rebecca Boyle Posted 02.16.2011 Some of the greatest discoveries in science have been total accidents — Alexander Fleming’s use of penicillin, Wilson and Penzias’ discovery […]

Battling Bacteria – Peptides

Synthetic peptide molecules may be the best chance to fighting back against antibiotic resistant bacteria. Article Originally Featured on POPSCI By Matt Ransford – Posted 03.14.200 Humans are in an escalating battle with bacterial infections. Our last lines of antibiotic […]

Peptides Alternative Treatment for Diabetes

Vaccine shows promise in reversing Type 1 diabetes The new findings hint that even in patients with long-standing diabetes, the body retains the potential to restore pancreas function if clinicians can only block the parts of the immune system that […]