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Total Number of Results: 83
Bile duct cancer is difficult to detect Image © iStockphoto

Notch-3 signalling is the key driver of tumour development in bile duct cancer, with Notch-3 receptor differentially overexpressed in comparison to other notch receptors. Therapeutic targeting of this receptor could provide anti-tumorigenic effects in patients, and act as a chemotherapeutic agent with minimal side-effects.

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Human liver tissue under microscope © iStockphoto

A novel cell-based therapeutic intervention to treat patients suffering from acute episodes of liver injury. When injected into patients showing acute or drug-induced liver injury, alternatively-activated macrophages could promote liver repair, by reducing cell death, stimulating hepatocyte proliferation and supressing systemic inflammation.

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Industrial plant (c) iStockphoto

An innovative technique that enables continuous, real-time, in-situ component analysis and concentration measurements using proprietary software in combination with physical property sensors. This technique has applications in industrial carbon capture, gas desulphurisation, and gas sweetening process monitoring and optimisation.

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A more patient friendly experience than existing tests

This optometry device uses a technique that is more natural for the patient than current gold standard visual field tests for diagnosing ophthalmologic conditions, resulting in more comfortable experience for patients and thus accessible to a wider patient group, including young children.

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Cancer cell ©iStockphoto

A tetrazine small-molecule trigger for activating prodrugs has been developed. Active molecules, such as a therapeutic drug or imaging fluorophore, can be caged within a polymer nanoparticle for controlled release at a targeted site.

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