A new study found that babies whose mothers cleaned their pacifiers by sucking on them have low levels of IgE, an antibody that is increased in allergies and asthma.
Dr. Matthew Blakeley & Prof. Derek Logan, discuss Galectins, sugar-binding proteins, characterised by their binding to a specific carbohydrate, galactoside.
Researchers at the Georgia Institute of Technology have made new discoveries about the cellular mechanisms underlying the elimination of dangerously developing immune cells that may cause autoimmune disease.
A study conducted by researchers in Korea has shown that women who undergo surgical menopause experience poorer sleep quality and are at an increased risk of insomnia, compared with women who go through the menopause naturally.
An interview with Cara Afzal and Lee-Ann Farrell, discussing the importance of industry partnerships with the NHS, and how Janssen are working to improve dementia care for Manchester and hematology services for Wales in the UK.
Researchers have found a new and efficient way to characterize cell types following scRNA-seq. The new method involves neural networks and supervised machine learning techniques rather than marker genes.
New strategy to hinder emergence of antimicrobial-resistant pathogens
Reducing cellular proliferation could help deplete HIV reservoir and lead to a functional cure
New model of FSHD could be useful to study effectiveness of experimental therapeutics
FDA approves antibacterial drug to treat travelers' diarrhea
In-hospital mortality higher among patients with drug-resistant infections
UCLA biologists uncover how head injuries can lead to serious brain disorders
Pyogenic Granuloma / Capillary Hemangioma
Preventing Infection in Open Wounds
Periodontal (Gum) Surgery
An Introduction to the Issues and Challenges with Fluid Handling in Medical Device Design
Claustrophobia in MRI Examinations
Upright MRI Scanning: What are the Benefits?
Galectins – An Ancient Family with a Significant Future
Phage Display Explained
Adipose Tissue-derived Stem Cell (ADSC) Applications
A gut-on-a-chip mimics the properties of the human gut and in our case those of coeliac disease patients. Using blood or urine we are able to derive induced pluripotent stem cells which in turn can be differentiated into intestinal epithelial cells.
The growing threat of antimicrobial resistance (AMR) is a major challenge in the treatment of sepsis. As more pathogens become resistant to available antibiotics, more people are at risk for developing sepsis.
Cara Afzal & Lee-Ann Farrell
An interview with Cara Afzal and Lee-Ann Farrell discussing the importance of industry partnerships with the NHS, and how Janssen are working to improve dementia care for Manchester and hematology services for Wales.
Dr. Kevin Costa
An interview with Dr. Kevin Costa, discussing the miniaturized heart-in-a-jar model developed by Novoheart, and its applications in personalized medicine.
Dr. Joseph Park
An interview with Dr. Joseph Park, the incorporation of astrocytes into the Alzheimer’s-in-a-dish culture system and it's applications in drug development.
Highlighting Advances in Bioengineering and Analytical Technologies with eBooks
Exploring NMR Spectroscopy Applications through Interesting Infographics
From Search Engine to Sale – How to Generate Leads from Application Notes
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