I’m an Assistant Professor at the Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology of the Complutense University, Madrid. Until five years ago I had been working here at the university, part time with a private clinic, where I worked in MRI and MR spectroscopy for clinical applications.
LDS stands for Linked Database System, which essentially describes what it does. Our LDS technology uses multiple sources of information from hospitals, GPs and pharmacies. However in the future this information could also come from other health data sources e.g. your smartphone, Fitbit etc.
RNA repeats are stretches of code in the body that incrementally repeat. For example, in the most common cause of adult-on-set muscular dystrophy a RNA has a repeat of r(CUG) and this three letter code can repeat thousands of times.
Mid-infrared (Mid-IR) spectroscopic imaging, alternatively referred to as chemical imaging, is a powerful label-free, non-destructive, quantitative technique that allows a user to see both the chemical and morphological structure of a heterogeneous sample.
Results of a new study published this week in Nature indicate that it is possible to identify children at risk of developing autism at 6‑12 months of age, allowing treatment to be started before symptoms manifest.
Reduced eye contact is one of the hallmark symptoms of autism and often one of the earliest red flags for parents and physicians. The reason why has been a longstanding debate in the field.
Penn-led researchers gain better understanding of how T cells support long-lived plasma cells
Researchers find link between person's attitude on social media and dieting success
Estrogen therapy can lead to healthier teeth and gums in postmenopausal women, study suggests
Scientists discover potent trigger of inflammatory disease
Research shines new light on role of AKI in development of lung injury
Researchers use new method to identify how proteins stabilize cell membrane
Radiotherapy and Chemotherapy for Phyllodes Tumors
Compressed Ulnar Nerve
Targeted Cancer Therapies
Analyzing Accuracy, Trueness, and Precision of Cell Counters
CLARIOstar® Multimode Microplate Reader Helps Monitor Lysine Deacetylase Activity using a Fluorogenic Assay
Orthogonal Analysis of Protein Aggregation using Zetasizer Nano ZSP
What is Epigenomics?
The 1968 Nobel Prize in Medicine
Every year, 5,300 new babies are born in the US with Down Syndrome (DS). These children face lifelong cognitive disability along with a number of life threatening medical issues including cardiovascular malformations and hematopoietic malignancies.
As cold weather threatens most of the country, millions living with a chronic, autoimmune disorders such as rheumatoid arthritis (RA) may reach out to their healthcare provider about increased aches and pain or symptom flares.
Tick-borne infectious diseases are widely spread over the world. Candidatus Neoehrlichiamikurensis (CNM) is an emerging tick-borne pathogen that causes cases of human neoehrlichiosis.
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