Researchers have shown that a low-protein, high-carbohydrate diet may be the key to healthy brain ageing and longevity. There is currently no cure for dementia, so identifying dietary changes that could help the brain is exciting for researchers.
Researchers have developed a new vaccine that reduces the build-up of the toxic proteins associated with Alzheimer’s disease and proven its efficacy in an animal model.
A study led by researchers at the University of Massachusetts Medical School has used a small interfering RNA (siRNA) to reduce preeclampsia symptoms in an animal model.
Researchers have shown that it may be possible to use ultrasound scans of a muscle in the shoulder to predict diabetes. The study suggests that the “deltoid” muscle appearing unusually bright on ultrasound may be a warning sign of the condition.
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.
The brain uses two clocks to predict the future
Brain imaging study reveals 'hot spot' for cue-reactivity in substance users
UH pharmaceutical scientist developing new drug to treat children with rare genetic disorder
Researchers awarded $7 million funding in Pancreatic Cancer Collective’s 'New Therapies Challenge'
New low-cost injectable hydrogel could help wounds heal faster
Sugary drinks may be addictive and are harmful to health, study suggests
Differentiating Between Eczema and a Rash
Importance of Good Oral Hygiene in Children
Risk Factors for Stunted Growth
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?
Advantages of Fluorescent Nanoparticles
Microbiology and Quality Assurance of Kombucha
Flow Cytometry vs. Fluorescence Microscopy
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.
In this interview, conducted at SfN 2018, Grischa Chandy from Molecular Devices provides insight on 3D imaging solutions for neuroscience research.
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.
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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