The silicon photomultiplier, or SiPM, is a solid state detector representing the next generation of photon counting detector that can be used in medical imaging.
The impact Brexit will have on science and medicine in the UK and across Europe is very difficult to say precisely, but certainly it will have an impact on collaborative work, especially for young companies and academic labs.
Well, the central dogma of biology states that DNA makes RNA and RNA makes proteins. However, there are many different types of RNAs, and only one of them, the messenger RNA (mRNA), gives rise to proteins. Some others don't make proteins at all.
Hyperglycemia occurs when a patient has higher than normal blood sugar levels. If the levels are very high, consistently 13-14 or above, the patient will start to feel tired, thirsty and feel the urge to go to the toilet frequently to pass urine (micturition).
Using sophisticated statistical methodologies, researchers of Penn State have demonstrated that the shape of the human nose is strongly correlated with temperature and absolute humidity.
Being a parent could increase the likelihood of living longer once people are in their later years, say researchers.
Rapid weight gain during infancy could lead to obesity in adulthood
UCLA study traces Pavlovian response to small cluster of brain cells
ACA adopts clinical practice guidelines for treatment of low back pain
NIDA grant offers support to develop couples-based drug use intervention for partnered gay men
Study identifies urinary biomarker that may help monitor progression of ALS
UC researchers advocate ‘precision medicine’ approach to studying and treating Parkinson's disease
Facial Nerve Decompression
Using the POLARstar® Omega Microplate Reader to Develop High Throughput, Kinetic Protein Unfolding Assays
Successful Approach to Comprehensive Diabetes Care in Challenging Populations
Enhancing the Reproducibility of Serial Dilutions with Automated Pipetting
Achievements of the Human Microbiome Project
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What is Functional Genomics?
Innovation is something of a buzz-word in modern medicine and rightly so. In order to deliver the best care and treatment to patients it is crucial that we are open to new ideas and encourage scientific advancement.
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.
It's very difficult to say precisely, but certainly it will have an impact on collaborative work, especially for young companies and academic labs.
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