Nearly two-thirds of people who are at high risk of cardiovascular disease and stroke have excess fat around the middle of the body (central obesity), according to findings from the European Society of Cardiology (ESC) EUROASPIRE V survey.
A new rat study shows that following hysterectomy, some types of memory are affected in the short term.
An interview with Dr. Karolina Szczesna at SfN 2018, discussing the tell-tale signs of a good antibody and how Proteintech are working to improve experimental results for scientists carrying out IHC, ELISAs and more.
Research published today shows that circulating tumor cell count may provide an effective indicator of appropriate treatment choice for metastatic breast cancer.
Researchers at the Baylor College of Medicine and the University of Michigan Medical School have conducted a study showing that a specific subset of immune B cells delays the onset of type 1 diabetes in mice.
In the first study of its kind, researchers at the University of Louisville have shown that people who live in neighborhoods with denser green spaces may be at a lower risk of developing heart disease and stroke.
Researchers use new technique to probe hydrogen bonds
Risk Analysis publishes special issue on communicating about Zika virus
Researchers discover a 'blind spot' in atomic force microscopy
New data from TAILORx trial confirms lack of chemo benefit regardless of race or ethnicity
Insights into protein-protein interactions and methods for designing small molecule inhibitors
UC San Diego professor receives NCI Outstanding Investigator Award for cancer research
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Types of Nail Disease
Tungiasis Skin Condition (Jigger)
Using NIR Spectroscopy to Evaluate Treatment Needed for Osteoarthritis
Host Cell Protein Analysis with Parallel Accumulation and Serial Fragmentation
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De Novo Protein Structure Prediction
Bioorthogonal Chemistry in Research
The vast majority of pollution-related deaths are linked to fine particles less than 2.5 millionths of a metre (known as PM2.5).
Dr. Matthew Blakeley & Prof. Derek Logan, discuss Galectins, sugar-binding proteins, characterised by their binding to a specific carbohydrate, galactoside.
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.
Dr. Karolina Szczesna
An interview with Dr. Karolina Szczesna, discussing the tell-tale signs of a good antibody and how Proteintech are working to improve experimental results for scientists.
Dr. Philip Dubé
In this interview conducted at SfN 2018, Philip Dubé from Taconic Biosciences, goes into detail about genetically engineered models and their importance in understanding neurodegenerative diseases.
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