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Miltenyi Biotec opens its first office in India, plans to invest...

The COE also will provide Indian researchers, scientists and clinicians easier access to expertise, research, and manufacturing solutions

Fortis Healthcare launches advanced ‘Fortis Institute of Blood Disorders’

This initiative is supported by a commercial collaboration with ImmunoACT, an IIT-Bombay spin-off and pioneer in India’s first fully indigenous and commercially approved gene-modified cell therapy

Experts emphasize need for affordable gene & cell therapies

We would love to explore collaborations in India to help create a philanthropic movement in funding incurable disease cures: Dr Chad Jackson

MedGenome acquires Illumina’s NovaSeq X Plus, launches genome sequencing test KaryoSeq

Launches KaryoSeq to detect genome abnormalities in Prenatal and newborn conditions

BioVoice eMagazine July 2023 | Issue 7 | Volume 4

This edition showcases the top 10 biotechnologies to watch out for in 2023. Insightful interviews of Piyush Sohani, Managing Director, India and Dr Rachna Dave, CEO & Founder of MicroGO.

Avantor named best bioprocessing supplier in cell & gene therapy at...

Award recognizes Avantor's outstanding efforts to expand the market reach for life-altering innovative cell and gene therapies

Purple tomatoes raise hopes of GM Crops enthusiasts!

The tomatoes approved by USDA have been gene edited to produce 10 times more antioxidants than pre-existing varieties

Community seed bank initiative traces & restores heritage rice varieties in...

Field gene banks have been set up to propagate the heirloom varieties through seed exchange programmes and organic seed multiplication

CCMB scientists unearth potential diagnostic markers for male infertility

The new study which was conducted in collaboration with several other institutions and focused on the cause of infertility in the rest of the cases, has now identified eight defective genes in these men

Study identifies gene that could help fight lethal infection Candidiasis

Named CSA6, the gene has been identified in Candida albicans, a fungus notorious for causing high morbidity and mortality rates under certain immuno-compromised conditions