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Krishgen Biosystems releases two latest Assays for SARS-CoV-2

Mumbai-based biotech company, Krishgen Biosystems has released two latest Assays for SARS-CoV-2 (Covid-19) Research - GENLISA surrogate Virus Neutralization Test ELISA and the GENLISA Inhibitor Screening ELISA..............

A novel tool to help gain deeper insight into Parkinson’s disease

Indian researchers have found that the Z-scan method could help in monitoring both the early and late stages of the aggregation of a protein called alpha-synuclein (ASyn) that plays a crucial role in the pathology of the disease

Virucidal coating to prevent COVID-19 transmission

A research study to engineer virucidal coatings to prevent the COVID-19 transmission is being conducted in collaboration with Dr Milan Surjit from Translational Health Science and Technology Institute (THSTI) and Dr Samrat Mukhopadhay from Department of Textile Technology, Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi.................

NBRC scientists pave the way for a better understanding of Autism

Researchers at the National Brain Research Centre at Manesar, Gurugram have developed a human-based model that could help study how brain develops, particularly about neurons and what goes awry during brain development.................

Bioengineered protein drugs market to rise at a CAGR of 8.4%...

Though the overall market movement looks prodigious, an analytical study published by Fact.MR foresees the advent of generic drugs as an impeder to the growth of the global bioengineered protein drugs market.............

IMTECH concludes five day National Training Programme on Computational Analysis of...

The workshop at CSIR-Institute of Microbial Technology (IMTECH) was conducted under the aegis of Government of India’s Skill Development mandate to upgrade skills and expertise for the young researchers and faculty in the area of computational techniques on Biomacromolecules with focus on protein structures....................

Indian scientists find a way to enhance fat-burning capacity of chilli

Researchers of CSIR-Central Food Technological Research Institute (CFTRI) have found that capsaicin - the hot factor present in chillies - could increase the effect of obestatin and thus help reduce fat in the body. Obestatin is a hormone which sends ‘stop eating’ signals...............

Study opens new avenue for preventing cancer

The scientists based at the National Institute of Immunology have found a way to stop the degradation of a protein called p53 that prevents cancer cells from proliferating and forming tumours in the body...................

Remedy for neuropathic pain could be in the offing

Researchers at Bengaluru-based Indian Institute of Science have found that lysozyme, an antibacterial protein that is found in body secretions like tears and saliva could be a leading cause for this type of pain............

New research insights may lead to personalized treatment for humans

The proteotype of an individual is substantially affected by both its sex and its diet, a new study has revealed..........