During the annual routine checkup, the doctor said that your cholesterol is high and you have become one of the many unhealthy adults with cholesterol. According to the World Health Organization, in 2008, the global prevalence of adult total cholesterol (≥5.0 mmol/L) was 39%, of which the proportion of women… Continue Reading PCSK9 Mutation: God’s Genetically Modified and New Generation of Lipid-lowering Drugs

GPCR (G Protein-Coupled Receptor), the largest membrane protein family in the mammalian genome, is widely distributed in the central nervous system, the immune system, the cardiovascular, retina and other organs and tissues, and is involved in the development of the body and the functioning of normal functions. If the regulation… Continue Reading Research and development of antibody drugs for GPCR family

In 1970, the zambian nun Mary Jucunda wrote a letter to Ernst Stuhlinger, who worked for NASA. “There are still so many children on the planet who don’t have enough to eat,” said sister Mary Jucunda. “why is NASA investing billions of dollars in space programs?” . Mary Jucunda didn’t… Continue Reading Age of natural antibody: new drug dreams of LiaoHuaXin and ZhengWeihong