translational medicine


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translational medicine

n.
The branch of medicine that deals with using knowledge gained from basic scientific research to develop practical applications, such as new treatments, devices, drugs, or policies.

translational medicine

The constellation of activities which seek to translate the science of gene discovery, gene transfer, and functional genomics into gene-targeted therapies.

translational medicine

Molecular medicine The constellation of activities which seek to translate the science of gene discovery, gene transfer, and functional genomics into gene-targeted therapies.
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"Translational medicine is focused on the information collected from human studies to optimise the time between basic and clinical science.
Work on the new Institute of Translational Medicine within the old Queen Elizabeth Hospital is due for completion next June.
These centers have embraced the firm's award-winning models of patient-focused care, evidence-based design, and translational medicine to transform their organizations, improve outcomes, and integrate their clinical, education, and research enterprises.
According to STEM CELLS Translational Medicine, a research team has developed a way to speed up the process involving the creation of a highly stable and sensitive liver stem cell model.
Translational medicine; what, why, and how; an international perspective.
The results have been published in Science Translational Medicine.
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Writing in the journal Science Translational Medicine researchers say it could extend human life by more than a decade.
Especialistas del King's College London, en el Reino Unido, trabajan en el estudio de las celulas "Treg" y publicaron en el Science Translational Medicine, que una posible via para prescindir de los inmunosupresores, es la terapia con ese tipo de celulas que controlan la respuesta inmune ante un trasplante y han probado su capacidad de prevenir el rechazo.
The study appears in the May issue of the Journal of Translational Medicine.
The Wolfson Foundation gave pounds 1million in funding and Advantage West Midlands, via the Science City Research Alliance's Translational Medicine Project, donated pounds 1.9million.

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