A new study conducted at the University of California, Los Angeles, found that if non-smokers use one electronic cigarette that contains nicotine, they experience a rise in adrenaline levels in their heart; however, if the e-cigarette is nicotine-free, there was no increase in the levels of adrenaline.
Researchers have used a genome-editing technique to elucidate the role of a gene that is key to human embryonic development.
Vital signs have been around for a long period of time. Taking the pulse is probably one of the oldest examinations that doctors have made to assess patients.
Leveraging the mass production benefit that MultiBrain® technology brings to neurohistology, NSA can accelerate the R&D preclinical and safety assessment processes many fold and perform them less expensively. This results in faster times for a potential drug to move from R&D to clinical trials and sooner for use in people.
A new study conducted at the University of Tasmania suggested that avoiding continuous dieting might be the key to losing weight.
Almost a quarter of girls and one tenth of boys show signs of depression at age 14, say researchers from the University College London.
Seizures can be induced by cannabinoids, scientists warn
'Labyrinth' chip may be new way to monitor cancer patients in clinical trials
Global resurgence of whooping cough can be attributed to immunological failures of vaccines
Trusted messages proved essential to counter misperceptions during Ebola epidemic
Researchers identify molecular pathway that causes immune cells to promote cancer
Indiana University awarded $4 million NSF grant to advance nanoscale medical devices
Sucralose: Safety and Evidence
Barrett's Esophagus Research
Types of Dental Braces
Advanced Wound Healing Assay with Phasefocus™ Livecyte® Cell Imaging & Analysis System
Building an Enzyme Profile with Tecan’s D300e Digital Dispenser
Indirect Ultra Trace Determination of Aminopolycarboxylic Acids in Surface Water using IC-ICP/MS
Using Mass Spectrometry for Protein Complex Analysis
The majority of people have heard of the term leukemia, but evidence suggests many people are not aware that leukaemia is a cancer of the blood. ‘Leuk’ means white and ‘emia’ refers to a condition of the blood. Hence, the term leukemia specifically refers to cancers of the white blood cells.
Cataract is a clouding of the lens within the eye and affects tens of millions of people. At present, there is no cure for cataract, and consequently the only available method to treat cataract is by surgical removal.
Choroideremia (CHM) is a rare genetic eye disease that affects the retina, which is the area at the back of the eye that processes all we see into signals that are sent to the brain via the optic nerve.
Dr. Chris Subbe
Dr. Robert Switzer
Professor Jeremy K. Nicholson
Pittcon is an analytical conference, so naturally my talk will be about analytical chemistry and how analytical chemistry will become increasingly important in delivering healthcare solutions, not only for rich people, but also, hopefully, for poor people across the world.
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