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Organoids to treat liver diseases
Cell transplantation is a promising new approach for organ regeneration in disease or after injury. To support the differentiation of hepatocytes from stem cells, European researchers developed ex vivo organoids which precisely mimic liver architecture.
Programme: FP7-IDEAS-ERC
Record Number: 231829
Last updated on: 2018-06-25
Available languages: DE, EN, ES, FR, IT, PL
Organoids in the fight against cancer
Colorectal cancer (CRC) is the second most common cause of cancer-related deaths. European researchers developed novel ex vivo three-dimensional organoid cultures that replicate genetic events in CRC, as tools to test novel therapeutics.
Programme: FP7-IDEAS-ERC
Record Number: 231830
Last updated on: 2018-06-25
Available languages: DE, EN, ES, FR, IT, PL
A fresh look at antibiotic design
The emergence of antibiotic resistance poses a significant health threat and hampers the effectiveness of many antibiotics used today. With many diseases being on the verge of becoming untreatable and negligible design of new antibiotics by pharma companies there is an imminen...
Programme: FP7-IDEAS-ERC
Record Number: 227599
Last updated on: 2018-05-09
Available languages: DE, EN, ES, FR, IT, PL
New tools to boost the delivery of drugs to cancer tumours
The treatment of cancer tumours is made complex by their microenvironment and the abnormalities of the blood vessels sustaining them. The EU-funded NeoNaNo project has developed methods to improve drug delivery to tumours and improve the efficacy of anticancer therapy.
Programme: FP7-IDEAS-ERC
Record Number: 227134
Last updated on: 2018-04-30
Available languages: DE, EN, ES, FR, IT, PL
Symbiosis-specific peptides – A double-edged sword to serve humanity
A steadily growing global population has brought with it concerns about coping with food security and curbing the rising incidence of drug resistance in bacteria. EU researchers took inspiration from the mutualistic symbiotic process between the Medicago genus of flowering pla...
Programme: FP7-IDEAS-ERC
Record Number: 203892
Last updated on: 2017-10-12
Available languages: DE, EN, ES, FR, IT, PL
How artificial nighttime lighting negatively affects ecological communities
The explosive growth of electric lighting is eroding the natural nighttime environment across more and more of the Earth’s surface. While there is growing awareness of the adverse effects of light pollution on the behaviour of some nocturnal animals, a thorough understanding o...
Programme: FP7-IDEAS-ERC
Record Number: 203865
Last updated on: 2017-10-10
Available languages: DE, EN, ES, FR, IT, PL
Understanding human immune responses
Researchers with the EU-funded SYSBIOFUN project have set out to describe the factors that influence our immune responses to fungal and bacterial infections.
Programme: FP7-IDEAS-ERC
Record Number: 203854
Last updated on: 2017-10-06
Available languages: DE, EN, ES, FR, IT, PL
Tapping microbe potential to tackle malnutrition
Ground-breaking results from an EU-funded initiative could one day lead to probiotic therapies to counter malnutrition and help strengthen scientifically proven probiotic claims on labels.
Programme: FP7-IDEAS-ERC
Record Number: 203853
Last updated on: 2017-10-06
Available languages: DE, EN, ES, FR, IT, PL
How genome editing could help cure XLRP
Thanks to funding under the REGAIN project, Dr Knut Stieger, Professor of Experimental Ophthalmology at the University of Giessen, is well on track to finding a treatment for X-linked retinitis pigmentosa (XLRP). His research is set not only to benefit XLRP patients, but also ...
Programme: FP7-IDEAS-ERC
Record Number: 203291
Last updated on: 2017-09-27
Available languages: DE, EN, ES, FR, IT, PL
Uncovering genetic secrets of adaptation and domestication
Cutting-edge DNA sequencing has enabled EU-funded researchers to better understand how some species adapt to their environment, or become domesticated. The findings could directly lead to more sustainable methods of fishing, as well as further studies into how genes are regula...
Programme: FP7-IDEAS-ERC
Record Number: 202915
Last updated on: 2017-09-12
Available languages: DE, EN, ES, FR, IT, PL
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