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Sunday 20th January 2019

Germany Respiratory Devices Market Outlook to 2025 [Report Updated: 12102018] Prices from USD $4995

Germany Respiratory Devices Market Outlook to 2025SummaryGlobalData's new report, Germany Respiratory Devices Market Outlook to 2025, provides key market data on the Germany Respiratory Devices market. The report provides value, in millions of US dollars, volume in units and average prices USD within market segments Humidifiers, Nebulizers, NonInvasive Ventilation Masks Circuits, Oxygen Concentr...


Saturday 19th January 2019

Oxygen sensor FIH inhibits HACE1-dependent ubiquitination of Rac1 to enhance metastatic potential in breast cancer cells

Comparison of peak oxygen consumption response to aquatic and robotic therapy in individuals with chronic motor incomplete spinal cord injury: a randomized controlled trial


Friday 18th January 2019

Nanning Xinzizhu to Distribute AOTI Wound Healing Device in China

Nanning Xinzizhu Trading acquired China distribution rights to a medical device aimed at treating chronic wounds made by AOTI of Oceanside, CA. AOTI developed the Topical Wound Oxygen (TWO2) device that delivers oxygen to chronic wounds, especially diabetic ulcers. Initially, both AOTI and Xinzizhu will work together to obtain NMPA registration of the TWO2 product line, while they increa...

From gut to space

Scientists from Umeå university have shown how the yeast Candida albicans can modulate and adapt to low oxygen levels in different body niches to cause infection and to harm the host. Studying adaption to hypoxic or anoxic niches is particularly fruitful, since it helps us to understand the pathogen...

Thursday 17th January 2019

Placentas adapt when mothers have poor diets or low oxygen during pregnancy

(St John's College, University of Cambridge) Cambridge researchers have discovered the placenta regulates how much oxygen and nutrients it transports to babies during challenging pregnancies in the first study of its kind. The placenta is one of the least understood human organs and it is notoriously difficult to study. This new research focused on analysing the placental mitochondria and it is ho...

Pushing the boundaries of fundamental chemistry

Wednesday 16th January 2019

Researchers One Step Closer to Harnessing Electricity Produced by Bacteria

ArticleSome bacteria species in oxygen-deprived environments—such as at the bottom of a lake or deep within a cave—are able to survive without oxygen.

Bioengineering yields more carbon-efficient rice

Plants sometimes mistakenly take up oxygen rather than carbon dioxide from the atmosphere in the process of photosynthesis, t -More- 

Tuesday 15th January 2019

New conservation practice could reduce nitrogen from agricultural drainage, study shows

Every summer, a "dead zone" forms in the Gulf of Mexico. Plumes of oxygen-robbing algae, fed by excess nitrogen coming in from the Mississippi River, kill off marine life and threaten the livelihoods of those who fish the Gulf. States bordering the Mississippi River are putting strategies in place to limit nitrogen from wastewater treatment plants, surface runoff, and agricultural fields.

Akt-mediated phosphorylation of MICU1 regulates mitochondrial Ca2+ levels and tumor growth

Although mitochondria play a multifunctional role in cancer progression and Ca2+ signaling is remodeled in a wide variety of tumors, the underlying mechanisms that link mitochondrial Ca2+ homeostasis with malignant tumor formation and growth remain elusive. Here, we show that phosphorylation at the N-terminal region of the mitochondrial calcium uniporter (MCU) regulatory subunit MICU1 leads to a n...

Liberal Oxygen Therapy in the ICU: Time to Change Practice?

Over the last decade, more clinical studies have shown adverse effects of hyperoxia in different patient populations and its association with increased mortality. In a meta-analysis, investigators synthesized data from 25 randomized, controlled trials comparing a liberal oxygen approach to a conservative approach. They included thousands of patients with sepsis, critical illness, stroke, trauma, m...

Monday 14th January 2019

Evaluation of hyperbaric oxygen therapy for spinal cord injury in rats with different treatment course using diffusion tensor imaging

How Candida albicans exploits lack of oxygen to cause disease

(Umea University) Scientists from Umeå university have shown how the yeast Candida albicans can modulate and adapt to low oxygen levels in different body niches to cause infection and to harm the host. Studying adaption to hypoxic or anoxic niches is particularly fruitful, since it helps us to understand the pathogenicity of C. albicans and promotes the development of better therapy approaches. D...

Researchers discover common markers of tumour hypoxia across 19 cancer types

Unlike healthy tissues, tumours thrive in low-oxygen environments, often acquiring the ability to resist treatment and spread to other sites in the body. Despite being a well-known cause of therapy resistance and metastasis, the impact of low oxygen,...

Molecular hallmarks of tumor hypoxia across 19 cancer types discovered

Unlike healthy tissues, tumors thrive in low-oxygen environments, often acquiring the ability to resist treatment and spread to other sites in the body. Despite being a well-known cause of therapy resistance and metastasis, the impact of low oxygen, known as hypoxia, on tumor cells is poorly understood.

Sunday 13th January 2019

Researchers discover common markers of tumor hypoxia across 19 cancer types

(Ontario Institute for Cancer Research) Unlike healthy tissues, tumors thrive in low-oxygen environments, often acquiring the ability to resist treatment and spread to other sites in the body. Despite being a well-known cause of therapy resistance and metastasis, the impact of low oxygen, known as hypoxia, on tumor cells is poorly understood. As reported today in Nature Genetics, researchers have ...

Marine bacterium sheds light on control of toxic metals

(University of East Anglia) An ocean-dwelling bacterium has provided fresh insights into how cells protect themselves from the toxic effects of metal ions such as iron and copper.Although essential to life, metal ions can also generate reactive oxygen species (ROS) -- highly reactive molecules that damage cells as they try to form bonds with other molecules. In humans, reactive oxygen species are ...

Friday 11th January 2019

Image-Based Monitoring of Oxygenation in Microfluidic Cell Culture

Microfluidic devices have been established as versatile platforms to mimic various culture conditions or microenvironments in 2D and 3D tissue models. Oxygen availability in the cellular microenvironment strongly affects the cellular phenotype and metabolism. Therefore, monitoring oxygen tension inside microfluidic devices is essential, as it brings the in vitro conditions closer to real physoxia ...

Thursday 10th January 2019

Brentwood Associates Announces Investment in Afterburn Holdings

Private equity firm invests in leading Orangetheory® Fitness franchisee to support accelerated growth Brentwood Associates (“Brentwood”), a leading middle-market private equity investment firm, announced it has acquired a majority interest in Afterburn Holdings, LLC (“Afterburn Holdings” or the “Company”). Afterburn Holdings is a leading O...

NTRON, Manufacturer of Gas-Measurement and Analysis Solutions, Joins Battery Ventures’ Process Sensing Technologies Group

Ireland-based Firm to Operate Alongside Existing Companies Within Process Sensing Technologies Group: Michell Instruments, Analytical Industries, Rotronic, LDetek and Dynament Battery Ventures, a global technology investment firm, announced its platform in the process-measurement market, Process Sensing Technologies (PST), has acquired NTRON Limited, a...

Wednesday 9th January 2019

Scientists Engineer Shortcut for Photosynthetic Glitch, Boosting Crop Growth by 40%

Photosynthesis uses the enzyme Rubisco and sunlight to turn carbon dioxide and water into sugars essential for plant growth and yield. Over millennia, Rubisco has created an oxygen-rich atmosphere, using oxygen instead of carbon dioxide about 20 percent of the time, resulting in a plant-toxic compound that must be recycled through the process of ph...

Tuesday 8th January 2019

Mobi Is Here: ResMed’s First Portable Oxygen Device Now Widely Available in the U.S.

Mobi delivers an optimal balance of oxygen output, battery life and weight for effective therapy wherever people go ResMed’s growing COPD portfolio now helps treat people in most stages of their disease ResMed (NYSE: RMD, ASX: RMD), a leader in respiratory care medical devices and out-of-hospital care software, toda...

Sangui BioTech International Inc SGBI Financial and Strategic SWOT Analysis Review [Report Updated: 27122018] Prices from USD $125

Sangui BioTech International Inc SGBI Financial and Strategic SWOT Analysis Review provides you an indepth strategic SWOT analysis of the company's businesses and operations. The profile has been compiled by GlobalData to bring to you a clear and an unbiased view of the company's key strengths and weaknesses and the potential opportunities and threats. The profile helps you formulate strategies t...

Ketogenic supplements delay tonic-clonic seizures without dietary restrictions

Researchers have discovered supplementing a normal, carbohydrate-rich diet with specific ketogenic agents may significantly delay tonic-clonic seizures caused by exposure to high levels of oxygen.


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