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Tuesday 17th July 2018

Childhood Abuse Could Lead to Endometriosis, Says Study

NewsNew study highlights yet another poor health outcome associated with adverse childhood experiences.

Monday 16th July 2018

First-Ever Genetic Marker for Drug Risk in MS

NewsA team of researchers has uncovered a specific gene variant associated with an adverse drug reaction resulting in liver injury in a people with multiple sclerosis. The findings inform a broader understanding of genetic risk of drug reactions in MS and may lead to clinically useful tests for more individualized approaches to MS treatment and care.

Magnetized Wire Used to Detect Cancer

NewsScientists have used the wire to capture free-floating tumor cells in the blood, a technique that soon could be used in humans to yield an earlier cancer diagnosis.

Plant-Based Products Not Faring Well in Blood Pressure Study

NewsScientists instead suggest using a naturally occurring protein to combat hypertension.

Mouse Study Shows New Materials Improve Delivery of Messenger RNA

NewsPolymeric nanoparticles can efficiently administer mRNA to cells of the lungs, liver, and other organs.

Study Finds Link Between Alzheimer’s and Herpes

NewsWhen the researchers looked at subjects who suffered severe herpes infection and who were treated aggressively with antiviral drugs, the relative risk of dementia was reduced by a factor of 10.

Friday 6th July 2018

Recurrent Mutations of Melanoma Mapped

NewsA critical link in mapping recurrent mutations of melanoma — the most serious form of skin cancer in humans — has been discovered by researchers.

Thursday 5th July 2018

The Hunt for Unknown Genetic Mutations

NewsPrecision genomics point the way to mutations associated with accelerated aging.Contributed Author: 

Non-Opioid Targets Immune Cells, Eases Pain in Mice

NewsInvestigational drug works differently than addictive opioid drugs.

New Technique Allows Proteins to be Viewed Inside Human Cells

NewsScientists have developed a tagging device using Ferritin, which enables proteins to be viewed on the nanoscale.Contri

Researchers Uncover Pathway of Alzheimer’s Degeneration

NewsThe finding is key for future treatment and earlier diagnosis.Contributed Author: 

Screw Cap

Product AnnouncementMicronic offers the Screw Cap Ultra, an addition to the range of caps for tubes with an internal thread that the company offers to seal tubes.Contributed Author:&n

Tuesday 3rd July 2018

Follow the Clues to Alzheimer’s, Cancer, Longevity

NewsNIH funds study of cell-signaling mix-up with broad implications.

Monday 2nd July 2018

New Gene IDed, But Needs a Name

NewsResearchers have identified a new gene that plays a critical role in regulating the body's immune response to infection and disease. The discovery could lead to the development of new treatments for influenza, arthritis and even cancer. The researchers are awarded the privilege of naming it, and are enlisting the help of the community to do so.

Dragonfly Wings Fight Surgical Infection

NewsResearchers are embarking on a $20 million medical and manufacturing research project which could reduce the chance of infection after orthopedic surgery, thanks to a little help from the humble dragonfly.

Melanoma Results from Loss of Cilia

NewsMost cells in the human body have a cilium, a slender cell protuberance that picks up signals from the cell’s external environment. Researchers have now shown that these fine sensory antennae play a key role in the formation of melanoma.

Men, Women Face Different Brain Cancer Risk Factors

NewsNew international study points the way to genetic tests that could assess risk.Contributed Author: 

Thursday 28th June 2018

Study: No Fixed Limit on Human Lifespan in Sight

NewsOdds of living to 110-plus level out … once you hit 105.Contributed Author: 

Zebrafish Study Unveils Inner Ear Mystery

NewsNew study reveals the function of a mysterious component of the inner ear.

Monday 25th June 2018

Hearing Issues Common Among Preschool Teachers

NewsSeven out of ten female preschool teachers suffer from sound-induced auditory fatigue, one out of two has difficulty understanding speech and four out of ten become hypersensitive to sound. This is a considerably higher share than among women in general and also higher than in occupational groups exposed to noise

Thursday 21st June 2018

Groundbreaking “Brain Tingles” Study Reveals Physiological Benefits of ASMR

NewsResearch finds Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response may have benefits for both physical and mental health.

Wednesday 20th June 2018

3D-iPSC Matrix

Product AnnouncementAMSBIO announces MyEZGel™ 3D-iPSC Matrix - a powerful new tool for in vitro 3D human induced pluripotent stem cell (hiPSC) culture, enabling more accurate in vivo predictions in life science research and development.

Home Environment, Not Genes, Causes Childhood Emotional Eating

NewsThe tendency for children to eat more or less when stressed and upset is mainly influenced by the home environment and not by genes, according to a new study.

Tuesday 19th June 2018

“Unusual” Mechanism Switches Off Ovarian Cancer Cells

NewsScientists have discovered a mechanism that deactivates ovarian cancer cells. The findings could lead to better treatments for women with ovarian cancer.

Genetic Blood Signature Could Offer Early TB Diagnosis

NewsA gene signature in the bloodstream could reveal whether someone is going to develop active tuberculosis disease months before symptoms begin.


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