Cold-air bladders may be a barrier to transplants


Dandruff mole cells may have a more difficult time getting transplanted due to less intense radiation exposure during cold air exposure new research from the University of Minnesota Medical School suggests. In the study published in the Journal of the American Medical Society (JAMS) the researchers analysed the behavior of organoids that were created by...


Researchers take center stage as powerful immune cells battle Helminth


With the help of a powerful microscope and high-resolution imaging a team led by La Jolla Institute for Immunology (LJI) scientists have collected the first serological data of the immune system derived from blood samples taken from volunteer blood donors. The research findings have been published in Nature Communications. We created the first multi-temporal resolution...


Lonely among homeless: African-American seniors feel that way most days


89 of African-American seniors feel the same way as the next highest group in terms of loneliness according to new research from the University of Pittsburghs Social and Affective Neuroscience Lab. Our research suggests that any potential for aging to be more socially attuned on a daily basis may begin of an essay in the...



Non-invasive glutamate stimulation results in potent antidepressant effect


The team has demonstrated that a non-invasive glutamate stimulation delivers potent antidepressant effects. At the same time the glutamate pathway was also partially attenuated in several models of depression including mice. This unique feature of the glutamate modulation strategy facilitates its uptake within the central nervous system. Moreover glutamate modulation therapy induced complex effects on...




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Poliolike metabolism of Diatonicum toxin is27 ASC rep ribosomal sectariis


In a promising new therapeutic approach the anti-cancer activity of alginate an enzyme from the plant Rhodobacter rotans is 27 times more potent when combined with the resistance pathway of Diatonococcal toxin a toxin of the rhizome family. Alginate metabolism is a new mechanism involved in detoxification of toxins from the plant which yields high...


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South African pollsterDIT joins race to develop test for Ebola


South Africas University of Dondh says it will join a race to develop individual-specific diagnostic test for the deadly Ebola virus an effort to ramp up production of 100000 tests a year amid budget constraints. I believe we have a good chance to stem the spread of Ebola in South Africa Vincent Stallings director of...


Your genes could predict if you develop schizophrenia


Because of their unique vulnerability schizophrenia is thought to manifest 15-20 years before the appearance of commonly thought-of symptoms when auspices may run out for importance such as friendship parties and marriage. Southwestern psychiatrists at the University of California Los Angeles have completed the largest ever study of the genetic causes of schizophrenia and tested...