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B.Tech (Genetic Engineering)

Anjali Aryamvally

Anjali is an undergraduate in Genetic Engineering from SRM University, Chennai. She is passionate about bringing changes in healthcare through a combination of genetics and social work. Anjali is an avid reader who enjoys writing. Her hobbies include gardening and traveling.

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Personalized Cancer Vaccine Created From Stem Cells Could Be A Future Possibility

Personalized Cancer Vaccine Created From Stem Cells Could Be A Future Possibility

Stanford scientists have tested the theory that stem cells could take on a new role - to train the immune system to attack and even prevent tumors.

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Estrogen-Releasing Polyurethane Vaginal Mesh Could Replace Current Mesh That Causes Complications

Estrogen-Releasing Polyurethane Vaginal Mesh Could Replace Current Mesh That Causes Complications

Scientists have developed a flexible vaginal mesh material and one that resembles human tissue as an alternative to an earlier mesh that resulted in complications.

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Common Cold Virus Increases Survival In Brain Tumor Patients

Common Cold Virus Increases Survival In Brain Tumor Patients

Engineered common cold virus injected directly into the brain kills cancer cells and increases survival of patients with a malignant tumor called glioblastoma.

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Future Antibiotics Could be Obtained from Ants

Future Antibiotics Could be Obtained from Ants

Study reveals that some ant species produce powerful antibiotics which can inspire a new generation of antibiotics.

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Gene Editing Tool Crispr-Cas9 Corrects Mutations In Muscular Dystrophy Patients

Gene Editing Tool Crispr-Cas9 Corrects Mutations In Muscular Dystrophy Patients

Myoediting technique used along with gene-editing technology CRISPR-Cas9 can restore dystrophin protein in patients affected with Duchenne muscular dystrophy.

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