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Triple combo tablet for HIV introduced by South African drugmaker

Aspen Pharmacare, a South African firm, launched its triple combination antiretroviral drug Emdolten, or dolutegravir, lamivu -More- 


South Korea tightens quarantine after African swine fever found in Chinese foods

//South Korea's agriculture ministry said on Monday it has ramped up quarantine measures at airports after African swine fever (ASF) was detected in Chinese foods brought by a South Korean traveler

African Swine Fever outbreak reported in South Africa

JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - African Swine Fever (ASF), a severe hemorrhagic disease of pigs, has been reported in South Africa's Northern Cape Province, the department of agriculture said on Thursday.


Biosecurity Research Institute studies African swine fever to prevent US outbreak

(Kansas State University) Kansas State University researchers and the Biosecurity Research Institute have several projects focused on stopping the spread of African swine fever and preventing it from reaching the US.

China finds African swine fever in country's south, fuelling supply worries

China's three-month old outbreak of African swine fever has spread for the first time to the country's south, its major pork-consuming region, signaling how deeply the deadly disease has permeated the country's pig herd, the world's largest.

African Swine Fever outbreak reported in South Africa: agriculture dept

JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - African Swine Fever, a severe hemorrhagic disease of pigs, has been reported in South Africa's Northern Cape Province, the department of agriculture said on Thursday.

China finds first cases of African Swine Fever in country's south

China's three-month old outbreak of African Swine Fever has spread for the first time to the country's south, its major pork-consuming region, after authorities on Sunday reported two cases in southwest Yunnan province.

African swine fever: No risk to consumers

(BfR Federal Institute for Risk Assessment) The African swine fever (ASF) that is currently rife in Europe does not pose a health hazard to humans. 'The ASF pathogen cannot be transferred to humans,' explains Professor Dr. Andreas Hensel, President of the German Federal Institute for Risk Assessment (BfR). 'No risk to health is posed by direct contact with diseased animals or from eating food made...

Cipla to acquire South African drug developer Mirren

Indian pharmaceutical company Cipla has signed an agreement to fully acquire South Africa-based pharmaceutical manufacturer Mirren for R450m ($33.5m). Cipla...Read More... The post Cipla to acquire South African drug developer Mirren appeared first on Pharmaceutical Technology.

African-American men with prostate cancer show stronger response to hormone therapy

African-American men with advanced prostate cancer might be more responsive than white men to an anti-androgen drug and steroids, according to a study led by Duke Cancer Institute researchers.

Reuters Health News Round Up: African Swine Fever; breast cancer; Bayer; Merck KGaA; ovarian cancer – Devdiscourse

DevdiscourseReuters Health News Round Up: African Swine Fever; breast cancer; Bayer; Merck KGaA; ovarian cancerDevdiscourseChina finds first cases of African Swine Fever in country's south. China's three-month-old outbreak of African Swine Fever has spread for the first time to the country's south, its major pork-consuming region, after authorities on Sunday reported two ...Swiss stocks - Factors ...

How axons change chemical cues to mechanical force

(Nara Institute of Science and Technology) Neural networks in the brain form by an axon extending from one neuron to interact with another. Chemical cues in the neuron microenvironment are responsible for activating the extending axon, but which molecular factors are responsible for interpreting this chemical information into a mechanical force for the axon to reach its destination has been unclea...

African Business Leaders Recognised with Frost Sullivan GIL Best Practices Awards

CAPE TOWN, South Africa, Sept. 17, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- The 10th annual Growth, Innovation and Leadership (GIL) African Best Practices Awards hosted by Frost & Read more...

Sex or food? Decision-making in single-cell organisms

(Max Planck Institute for Chemical Ecology) Unicellular diatoms are able to adapt their behavior to different external stimuli based on an evaluation of their own needs. This was discovered by scientists of the Friedrich Schiller University and the Max Planck Institute for Chemical Ecology in Jena, Germany, together with partners from Belgium. In experiments, Seminavis robusta diatoms directed th...

HIV diagnoses continue to increase among African-Americans

African-Americans are still much more likely to be diagnosed with HIV than white Americans. A new paper on the HIV/AIDS epidemic in the African-American community shows that despite recent drops in HIV diagnoses across every population in the US, there are still great disparities between ethnic groups.

South Africa's Aspen launches three-in-one HIV drug

South African drugmaker Aspen Pharmacare on Monday launched a triple-combination tablet for the treatment of HIV in the country where the virus is most prevalent.

Can segregated neighborhoods change people’s genes?

China reports fourth African swine fever outbreak as infection spreads south

China, home to the world's largest pig herd, reported its fourth outbreak of the deadly African swine fever on Thursday, with more than 400 pigs infected as the disease entered a fourth province, fanning worries about its rapid spread.

GMO crops in Africa: How South African farmers paved the way

Costs and causes of fatal road accidents in South Africa

Awareness campaigns alone may not be sufficient to reduce the number of accidents on South African roads. Introducing compulsory third-party insurance and the imminent emergence of self-driving cars may have an impact.

Cheap and environmentally friendly chemical conversion of CO2

Prof. Walter Leitner, director of the Molecular Catalysis Department at the Max Planck Institute for Chemical Energy Conversion (MPI CEC) and his team developed a new manganese catalyst capable of reducing carbon dioxide and other challenging substrates in a highly selective manner. The quest...

Leaf molecules as markers for mycorrhizal associations

(Max Planck Institute for Chemical Ecology) Researchers at the Max Planck Institute for Chemical Ecology in Jena, Germany, discovered that certain leaf metabolites can be used as markers for mycorrhizal associations. Mycorrhizal fungi facilitate the plants' nutrient uptake and help them thrive under extreme conditions. The discovery of foliar markers enables scientists to screen large amounts of ...

China reports 50th African swine fever case, found on farm in Hunan province

China's agriculture ministry said on Monday it had confirmed a new outbreak of African swine fever in Hunan province in the country's south, marking the 50th outbreak of the deadly disease in the world's top pork producer.

Aspen announces ‘single biggest pharma investment’ in South African history

Aspen Pharmacare, South Africa’s largest pharma company, has announced that it is pouring $235 million into its Port Elizabeth site.

A unique combination of catalysts opens doors to making useful compounds

(Carl R. Woese Institute for Genomic Biology, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign) All organisms rely on chemical reactions in order to make various natural products. Chemical reactions can be caused by a number of catalysts, such as enzymatic or chemical catalysts. Researchers have developed a new method that aids in the process of making valuable compounds by using a new catalytic method...


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