Computer science improves gene therapies
Researchers from Harvard Medical School have developed a computer model that can improve the prediction of which cell sources are best for gene therapies. This is extremely good news for genetic drug development. What is even better is that the researchers published their methods and code in detail, ensuring the use and further development of their method: https://lnkd.in/d6tWivs. This is one of many examples of how medicine and computer science work together.
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