Jehnsen Taylor


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Synthetic biology has the potential to make significant impacts in almost every sector: food, medicine, agriculture, climate, energy, and materials. The global synthetic biology market is currently estimated at around $4 billion and has been forecast to grow to more than $20 ...Learn More

I just came across an article titled "Why Synthetic Biology Is the Field of the Future", which may be a perfect answer to this question. As the author wrote in this article, synthetic biology focuses on creating technologies for designing and building biological organisms. A ...Learn More

Many diseases occurring in human beings don't exist in apes, such as typhoid fever, cholera, mumps, whooping cough, and gonorrhea. why is that the case? Is mankind's immune system less developed?Image Credit: Sapiens.orgA team of scientists from University of California San Diego ...Learn More

In a recent paper published in Science, the researchers at the University of Washington School of Medicine and the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center in Seattle report a novel designed protein that can target a therapeutic agent only to cells with specific, predetermined ...Learn More

CAR-T therapy is one of the most advanced immunotherapies to date. In CAR-T therapy, some of a cancer patient’s key immune cells, called T cells, are removed and engineered in a way that they begin to produce new surface proteins called chimeric antigen receptors (CARs). Those ...Learn More

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