BERKELEY'S NEWS • SEPTEMBER 27, 2022

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A treatment developed by the UC Berkeley Nomura Research Group and Swiss pharmaceutical giant Novartis prevents the degradation of protein molecules.
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A treatment developed by the UC Berkeley Nomura Research Group and Swiss pharmaceutical giant Novartis prevents the degradation of protein molecules.
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UC Berkeley researchers have teamed up with the pharmaceutical company Novartis in an attempt to develop an antiviral drug for several coronaviruses.
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UC Berkeley researchers have teamed up with the pharmaceutical company Novartis in an attempt to develop an antiviral drug for several coronaviruses.
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Researchers from UC Berkeley and pharmaceutical company Novartis are collaborating to develop new drugs for diseases currently unable to be targeted by drugs.
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Researchers from UC Berkeley and pharmaceutical company Novartis are collaborating to develop new drugs for diseases currently unable to be targeted by drugs.
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A team of scientists from UC Berkeley, UCSF and Boston College have found that triple-negative breast cancer tumors — a breast cancer subtype — rely on fat as an energy source, a discovery which has brought them one step closer to potentially developing a new type of therapy for this cancer.
A team of scientists from UC Berkeley, UCSF and Boston College have found that triple-negative breast cancer tumors — a breast cancer subtype — rely on fat as an energy source, a discovery which has brought them one step closer to potentially developing a new type of therapy for this cancer.
A study by UC Berkeley researchers published Wednesday concluded that mice fed a high-fat diet gained about 18 percent less weight when they drank grapefruit juice than those that drank water and were fed the same diet.
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A study by UC Berkeley researchers published Wednesday concluded that mice fed a high-fat diet gained about 18 percent less weight when they drank grapefruit juice than those that drank water and were fed the same diet.
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UC Berkeley researchers have discovered a method of reducing cancer cell aggression and impairing the ability of cancer cells to form tumors, which may have major implications for the future of cancer treatment, according to a new study published Monday.
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UC Berkeley researchers have discovered a method of reducing cancer cell aggression and impairing the ability of cancer cells to form tumors, which may have major implications for the future of cancer treatment, according to a new study published Monday.
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