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Falsified Medicines Taint Global Supply

April 20, 2015

…researchers at University of California, San Diego School of Medicine in a new report published April 20 in the American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene.

How Cells “Read” Artificial Ingredients Tossed into Genetic Recipe

June 17, 2021

UC San Diego School of Medicine researchers discovered that the enzyme RNA polymerase II recognizes and transcribes artificially added base pairs in genetic code, a new insight that could help advance the development of new vaccines and medicines.

Turning injectable medicines into inhalable treatments with the help of smart phone components

April 10, 2018

Imagine if all childhood vaccines could get delivered with an inhaler rather than shots; or wiping away tuberculosis bacteria in a patient’s lungs with an inhaler; or disinfecting a hospital room thoroughly with a diffuser. These are the goals of a research team led by Professor James Friend in the…

UC San Diego Experts Issue Warning About Cold Medications in Pregnancy

December 14, 2011

…expectant moms about the potential dangers of common cold medicines during pregnancy. CTIS is a California non-profit housed at the University of California, San Diego that educates the public about exposures during pregnancy and breastfeeding.

Campus Marks World AIDS Day

December 4, 2014

…PrEP pill contains two medicines (tenofovir and emtricitabine) that are used in combination with other medicines to treat HIV. When someone is exposed to HIV through sex or injection drug use, these medicines can work to keep the virus from establishing a permanent infection. Kadakia explained how multiple studies followed…

New UC San Diego Center to Empower Entrepreneurship and Innovation

May 11, 2023

The Rady School of Management at the University of California San Diego proudly celebrated the Robert S. Sullivan Center for Entrepreneurship & Innovation on May 8. The center is focused on continuing to cultivate the Rady School’s legacy and impact in entrepreneurship and innovation.

Targeted Drug Delivery With These Nanoparticles Can Make Medicines More Effective

September 16, 2015

Nanoparticles disguised as human platelets could greatly enhance the healing power of drug treatments for cardiovascular disease and systemic bacterial infections. These nanoparticles are capable of delivering drugs to targeted sites in the body — particularly injured blood vessels and organs infected by harmful bacteria. This targeted drug delivery greatly…

In Rats and Men, Nicotine Withdrawal Casts Similar Pall

September 12, 2014

…San Diego School of Medicine, Florida Atlantic University (FAU), University of Pittsburgh, Washington University and Harvard Medical School report that the brain’s response to reward – its ability to recognize and derive pleasure from natural stimuli such as food, money or sex – is measurably reduced after nicotine withdrawal.

Nuisance Seaweed Found to Produce Compounds with Biomedical Potential

May 24, 2012

A seaweed considered a threat to the healthy growth of coral reefs in Hawaii may possess the ability to produce substances that could one day treat human diseases, a new study led by scientists at Scripps Institution of Oceanography at UC San Diego has revealed.

Personalizing Precision Medicine with Combination Therapies Improves Outcomes in Cancer

April 22, 2019

University of California San Diego School of Medicine researchers found that treating patients with personalized precision medicine that combined therapies to target multiple alterations improved outcomes in patients with therapy resistant cancers.

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