A research team from the University of Toronto has designed a cost-effective 3D-handheld skin printer which can heal deep wounds in a matter of minutes, by evenly printing out skin layers on top of them.
There are numerous studies involving intestinal microbes like probiotics and its link with healthy intestines. But these host-microbe in other organs like the lungs were poorly understood, which led to inflammation.
Anti-aging studies are still going on worldwide, in spite of having lots of good and bad consequences. During the 1950’s, scientists proved that the organs of older mice became healthier, by injecting them with younger blood. The scientists also found that aging was connected to only body and it’s ultimately the blood which directs aging.
There is a statement going around among orthopaedists and rheumatologists that the weather changes could trigger joint pain. But it is actually the patients who visit them, who convey this myth. Is there any truth behind it?
Studies have shown that omega-3 fatty acids regulate the functioning of proteins and keeps inflammation totally under control. Still more research work is going on, in order to connect fish and cardiovascular systems in a beneficial manner.
NiV was first discovered in Malaysia and Singapore in 1998-1999 where around 250 infected cases and 100 deaths were reported. Between 2001 and 2004, NiV caused a deadly outbreak in Bangladesh followed by the West Bengal state in India.
The amazing discovery under the authorship of Professor Chenfang Dong from the Zhejiang University School of Medicine in Hangzhou, China revealed that the widely used osteoporosis drug named zoledronic acid, inhibits UGT8 activity directly, which led to the prevention of basal-like breast cancer.
A research study led by Professor Marina Botto, from the Department of Medicine in Imperial College London, revealed that a particular component of the immune system called C1q triggers an alarm when the body is attacked by a bacteria or virus and helps in coordinating the defense.
Tagworks Pharmaceuticals, based at Radboud University Medical Center, have developed a novel technique for the targeted delivery of ADCs to treat tumors. By the controlled 'click-to-release' of the chemotherapy drug from its tumor-binding carrier, the treatment would reach the right location.
A new clinical trial executed under lead investigator, Professor Chris Hollis from the University of Nottingham in the UK, revealed that by adding a computerized test of attention and activity (QbTest) to standard subjective assessments, the clinicians could easily make a diagnostic decision on ADHD, with proper accuracy.
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