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This recent study in the journal Nutrients delves into the nutritional power of hemp seeds, highlighting their potential as a rich source of proteins, essential fatty acids, and dietary fiber—particularly valuable for vegetarians. The paper also suggests that hemp could offer numerous health benefits, from antioxidant activity to potentially aiding in metabolic and cardiovascular diseases, paving the way for more focused research.
Social relationships buffer the effects of negative childhood experiences on frailty
New anticancer treatment technology targets cancer cell lysosomes and overcomes drug resistance
Study provides insights into human 8-cell-like cells and early embryonic development
Omics analysis identifies new biomarkers for predicting mortality in patients with pneumonia
Physical activity patterns associated with changes in cardiometabolic risk factors during adolescence
COVID-19 pandemic has increased mental health burden on family and friends of patients
The Structure and Function of the Thymus
One Medicine: Bridging the Gap Between Human and Animal Health
Unlocking the Secrets of Blue Zones: A Blueprint for Longevity and Health
Sepsis prevention- the alliance of vaccinations, sanitation, and the vaccine cold chain
Using static SIMS to identify molecular signals
What is plasma medicine?
What is a Dose-Response Curve?
Undruggable: The Current State of Drugging Cancer Targets
What is a Supernatant?
Liver disease is a huge global health problem, affecting an estimated 1.5 billion people and resulting in over two million deaths yearly.
It is of utmost importance for the future of cancer care to address the oncology workforce skills gap. But what has led to this deficit increase, and how can the sector establish a strong path forward?
Overlap syndrome, or COLDOSA, is the name given when a patient is suffering from both chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and obstructive sleep apnoea. Combined, these conditions cause a significant drop in oxygen during sleep, leading to an increased risk of disability and death.
Dr. Yingmin Zhu, Dr. Amy Sheng and Dr. Xuejiao Zhang
The baculovirus–insect cell expression system—insect cells used in conjunction with the baculovirus
expression vector system (BEVS)— remains a crucial technology for manufacturing large and complex
proteins. This eukaryotic expression system offers inherent safety, ease of scale-up, flexible product
design, and versatility for a broad range of proteins.
Silvio Di Castro
In this interview conducted at SLAS EU 2023 in Brussels, Belgium, we spoke to Silvio Di Castro about his research, as well as the role of compound management in pharmaceutical research.
In this new podcast, Bruker's Kate Stumpo talks with Enveda's Pelle Simpson on the opportunities of natural products in the field of multiomics.
Using Webinars to Tell Science Stories – PART II
Using Webinars to Tell Science Stories – PART I
A practical guide to critical parameters in acute care testing