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Cell and Gene Therapy for the Treatment of Various Autoimmune Diseases

Dr. Garry Fathmann and Anthony Slavin at Stanford have developed a novel method of treating and preventing autoimmune diseases by modulating the immune response to a particular antigen. Expression vectors encoding suppressive agents like IL-4 are deliver...
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A Novel Approach for Detecting Head Collisions in Sports

Stanford researchers have invented a system for identifying head impacts and rejecting spurious motion events. The system has been implemented in an instrumented mouthguard which measures head kinematics on the sports field. It incorporates two subsystems...
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