A new study from the University of Maryland reports that knowing which bacteria lurk in the mother’s cervix, as well as whether she possesses a particular type of immune factor, could hold the key to telling doctors how likely she is to enter premature labor, and in turn allow them to take preventive measures.
Researchers at Rice University have proposed a new approach to understanding how to prescribe antibiotics in a way that will help to curb antibiotic resistance.
It’s estimated that around 10 million Americans experience a temporomandibular joint (TMJ) disorder, with women being more susceptible than men. Despite the high incidence rates of the disorders, there are not many treatments and cures that go beyond palliative measures.
A recent survey of women seeking abortion reveals how many resort to the internet for help with their decision making due to difficulties in discussing their dilemma with the people around them.
Researchers at the University of Milan have predicted that death rates from breast cancer will fall this year in all European Union (EU) countries, with the exception of Poland.
Hemoglobin A1c blood test may underestimate prevalence of diabetes
Exposure to particulate air pollution may lead to reduced sperm production
Modulating stiffness of blood-forming stem cells could facilitate mobilization procedures
Study shows how some autoimmune diseases are more closely related than others
New research illuminates positive effects of exercise on the brain
Nervous system relies on guidance cues for neuronal axons to reach destinations
Red Blood Cell Morphology Changes in Diabetes
Can Curcumin Prevent or Treat Prostate Cancer?
What is Large Granular Lymphocytic Leukemia (LGLL)?
Dr. Masoud Toloue
Masoud Toloue from PerkinElmer provides an overview of the chemagic Prime Junior Instrument and gives his inside tips for scientists working with nucleic acids.
Dr. Richard Eglen
Richard Eglen discusses the use of organoids in drug discovery, including the screening of candidate compounds for efficacy, toxicity, and pharmacokinetics.
David Dambman discusses how a centralized scheduling software could be an essential first step for any laboratory looking to automate their workflow.
Building a Successful Email Campaign for a Scientific Audience
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Reaching Scientists Through Newsletters
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