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Our bi-weekly TechNotes are an easy way for you to keep in touch with how Enzo Life Sciences is living up to our motto: Scientists Enabling Scientists™. Each TechNote connects recently published research with one or more of the many solutions Enzo provides for scientists across the life sciences, drug development, and clinical research communities.

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2017 June 13 | Tags: Epigenetics, In The News

A new report suggests environmental exposure to heavy metals, such as lead, have been associated with ASD. Researchers used baby teeth as bio-markers and found that teeth from autistic children contained more toxic lead and less of the essential nutrients including zinc and manganese.
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2017 May 30 | Tags: Stem Cells, In The News

Researchers have found a way to reprogram pluripotent stem cells leading to the potential production of any needed cell type. In a recent study, reprogrammed pluripotent stem cells were transferred into the bone marrow of mice and after 12 weeks, were able to produce a range of cells. The ability to turn ordinary cells into blood stem cells using genetic techniques opens up numerous potential disease treatments.
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2017 May 16 | Tags: Inflammation, In The News

Asthma is a chronic disease that affects the airways in the lungs. Symptoms include shortness of breath, tightness in the chest, wheezing, and coughing. The most common type is allergic asthma, with allergens stimulating an immune response. Common triggers include exercise, pollen, cigarette smoke, and cold weather. Medications to control allergies can reduce symptoms such as a runny nose, sneezing, weepy eyes, and a scratchy throat. An inhaler is often used to relax the muscles in the airways when asthma symptoms appear. Asthma is twice as prevalent and more severe in women than in men after puberty. Asthma attacks are particularly dangerous for pregnant women as oxygen deficiencies can lead to serious health problems.
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2017 May 2 | Tags: Cancer, In The News, Molecular Biology

Lung cancer is one of the most common cancers with non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC) affecting the majority of patients. Presently, lung biopsy is used to analyze tissue and determine the course of treatment. This procedure is invasive and it often takes time to test the tissue. Patients with NSCLC may possess gene mutations that lead to cancer development and that may also affect the response to treatment.
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