Laboratory medicine

Mountain Statesman | GCH invites you to lace up your sneakers for Lab for Life 5K Run/Walk

GRAFTON—Among the staff at a hospital are a group of dedicated individuals responsible for using the samples collected to help diagnose, treat and care for patients. Because of their hard work, diagnoses can be made and conditions treated, earning the medical laboratory scientists at Grafton City Hospital (GCH) the right …

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CA Community Colleges Can Help Shortage of Doctors and Nurses with ADT

Fresno City College’s Class of 2020 and Class of 2021 graduates celebrated their accomplishments with loved ones as the community college resumed its in-person debut this year. Graduates at the June 23 ceremony at Chukchansi Park in downtown Fresno. Maria G. Ortiz-Briones [email protected] With a shortage of doctors and medical …

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Scientists discover differences in the interaction of T cells in tumor microenvironments

A team led by Northwestern Medicine researchers found differences in the distribution and interaction of T cells in the microenvironment of different regions of brain tumors and brain metastases, according to findings published in the journal JCI Overview. The results demonstrate how the immune cell interactome is distinct between cancer …

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Number of breakthrough vaccines in cancer patients on the rise, study finds

For cancer patients, Covid-19 presents a particular risk due to their often weakened immune system, weakened by therapy or disease, which is why vaccination is very important for their protection. Now, a recent study by MedUni Vienna shows that, thanks to Omicron, there is an increasing number of breakthrough infections …

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HMC Unit Successfully Performs 147 Stem Cell Transplants Despite Covid-19 Pandemic

Doha: The Bone Marrow Transplant Unit of the National Cancer Research and Care Center (NCCCR), a member of Hamad Medical Corporation (HMC), successfully performed 42 allogeneic and 105 autologous blood stem cell transplants despite the strain on the healthcare system due to COVID-19. “Bone marrow transplantation (BMT) is a very …

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With chicken eggs and household supplies, undergrads lead the way to low-cost antivirals | Information Center

Mochly-Rosen began looking for antibodies against SARS-CoV-2 from the eggs of immunized hens in mid-2020. A trial in Australia found the nose drops to be safe. In June 2021, Mochly-Rosen and his team followed that up with a review paper Posted in Frontiers in immunology detailing the many potential uses …

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Medpacto will study a cancer diagnostic kit with 2 hospitals

Medpacto announced on Thursday that it will conduct a joint study on a cancer diagnostic device capable of detecting cancer in a blood test with Yonsei University Gangnam Severance Hospital and Soonchunhyang University Seoul Hospital. Medpacto’s Mo-B2, an experimental cancer detection kit, diagnoses cancer by measuring …

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Rising costs and material shortages put pressure on overworked UK labs Labmate Online

Increased demand caused by COVID-19 is pushing medical and non-medical labs to their limits, the head of a lab supplies company said, fearing clinical labs have been favored due to the pandemic. Starlab Group, a European supplier of laboratory products with a UK division, conducted a survey of over 200 …

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Precision Medicine Market Size, Growth Drivers, and Forecast

New Jersey, United States – This Precision medicine market The report provides a comprehensive overview of significant aspects that will drive market growth such as market drivers, restraints, prospects, opportunities, restraints, current trends, and technical and industrial advancements. The detailed study of the industry, the development and improvement of the …

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A new method for generating binding proteins solves a long-standing challenge in drug development

A team of scientists has created a powerful new method for generating protein drugs. Using computers, they designed molecules that could target important proteins in the body, such as the insulin receptor, as well as vulnerable proteins on the surface of viruses. This solves a longstanding challenge in drug development …

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Digital technology paves the way to redefine the lab scenario

Read the article R. Subramanian, Vice President – Product Management and Business Development, Transasia Bio-Medicals talks about Connected Health Infrastructure and its Accelerated Acceptance The COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated the acceptance of connected healthcare infrastructure. Whether in pathology labs, clinical facilities, or hospitals, the focus is on improving operations through …

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Could changing diet make chemotherapy drugs more effective for patients with pancreatic cancer? Lab experiments, testing ketogenic diet, lead to nationwide clinical trial

The results of a new study suggest that a ketogenic diet – which is low in carbohydrates and protein, but high in fat – helps kill pancreatic cancer cells when combined with a triple therapy developed by Translational Genomics Research Institute (TGen), a subsidiary of City of Hope. In lab …

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Rising antibiotic resistance worries health officials

Health experts in Uganda have warned that the country is seeing worrying increases in the number of deaths and healthcare costs due to drug-resistant infections. This follows a new study in Uganda and 203 other countries, which indicates that infections with drug-resistant bacteria caused an estimated 1.2 million deaths in …

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Wearable surgical robot can help stem deadly blood loss | MIT News

After a traumatic accident, there is a small window of time during which medical professionals can apply life-saving treatment to victims with severe internal bleeding. Delivering this type of care is complex, and key interventions require the insertion of a needle and catheter into a central blood vessel, through which …

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The city’s clinical laboratory will provide free services

Iloilo City Government Photo The current Uswag Iloilo Town Molecular Laboratory in Barangay San Pedro, Molo will be converted to a clinical laboratory with the upcoming completion of the main facility in the area. “As much as possible, we would like to make lab work available free of charge to …

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London hospitals receive $17.3m to help offset COVID-19 expenses

Breadcrumb Links Local News London hospitals will receive $17.3 million in provincial funding to help with pandemic-related expenses. Publication date : March 11, 2022 • 2 days ago • 2 minute read London Health Sciences Center President and CEO Jackie Schleifer Taylor, left, and Lambton-Kent-Middlesex MPP Monte McNaughton pose for …

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Global warming expected to increase health burden of hyponatremia

Global warming is likely to increase the number of people requiring hospitalization due to extremely low blood sodium levels, a condition known as hyponatremia. A new study from the Karolinska Institutet in Sweden predicts that a temperature increase of 2 degrees Celsius would increase the burden of hyponatremia on hospitals …

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New way to educate a medical student

We all know the traditional way to become a doctor: complete pre-medical courses, attend medical school for four years, do a year of internship, three to four years of residency, and undergo specialized training. This represents approximately 12 years of travelling, studying, taking exams and training. Such a huge expense! …

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CSU researchers find antimalarial drugs can fight lung disease

A research team from Colorado State University has found that drugs used to treat malaria are also effective in treating a lung disease similar to tuberculosis. Their findings were featured on the cover of the February 23 issue of Science Translational Medicineone of the best scientific journals in the country. …

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Institute of Infectious Diseases of the Institute of Human Virology

BALTIMORE, March 3, 2022—The University of Maryland School of Medicine Institute of Human Virologya Global Virus Network (GVN) Center of excellence, physician researchers played a collaborative role in the successful transplant last month of a genetically modified pig heart into a patient with end-stage heart disease by creating strategies for …

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John Trojanowski, pathology and laboratory medicine

John Trojanowski, pathology and laboratory medicine John Q. Trojanowski, William Maul Measey-Truman G. Schnabel, Jr. Professor of Geriatric Medicine and Gerontology in the Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine at the Perelman School of Medicine, died Feb. 8. He was 75 years old. Dr. Trojanowski was born in Bridgeport, CT, …

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Are you ready for the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022™?

Are you ready for the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022™? Match schedule More details to come Register NationalityAfghanistanAland IslandsAlbaniaAlgeriaAmerican SamoaAndorraAngolaAnguillaAntarcticAntigua and BarbudaArgentinaArmeniaArubaAustraliaAustriaAzerbaijanBahamianBahrainBangladeshBarbadosBelarusBelgiumBelizeBenignBermudaBhutanBoliviaBosnia and HerzegovinaBotswanaBouvet IslandBrazilBritish Indian Ocean TerritoryBrunei DarussalamBulgariaBurkina FasoBurundiCambodiaCameroonCanadaGreen capCayman IslandsCentral African RepublicChadChileChinachristmas islandCocos (Keeling) IslandsColombiaComoroscongoCongo, Democratic Republic ofthe cook islandsCosta RicaIvory CoastCroatiaCubaCyprusCzech RepublicDenmarkDjiboutiDominicaDominican RepublicEcuadorEgyptEl SalvadorEquatorial GuineaEritreaEstoniaEthiopiaFalkland Islands (Malvinas)Faroe …

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Personalized Medicine Market Size, Scope, Growth, Competitive Analysis – Abbott Laboratories, Agilent Technologies, Amgen, Astellas Pharma

New Jersey, United States,- The latest report published by Verified Market Reports indicates that the personalized medicine market is expected to accelerate sharply in the coming years. Analysts have studied market drivers, restraints, risks, and opportunities in the global market. The Personalized Medicine market report shows the probable direction of …

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Scientists discover how a rare genetic disease disrupts key neural interactions in the developing brain

Every time you chew, talk, yawn, or feel the zap of a toothache, cranial nerve cells send electrochemical signals to your brain. Some of these neurons detect pain, while others detect facial muscle movements or skin sensations. Now, in a new study published in Disease Models & Mechanisms, scientists at …

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Bone marrow fibrosis has potential as an independent prognostic factor in MDS

Myelodysplastic syndrome has a variety of clinical presentations, including bone marrow fibrosis. Previously, the presence of fibrosis was not factored into disease risk scoring in MDS, but recent research suggests it may be a valuable risk factor. Bone marrow fibrosis (BMF) is one of many manifestations of myelodysplastic syndrome (MDS), …

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Ivermectin does not stop progression to severe COVID: study

Editor’s Note: Find the latest COVID-19 news and advice in Medscape’s Coronavirus Resource Center. Ivermectin treatment given to high-risk patients with mild-to-moderate COVID-19 during first week of illness did not prevent progression to severe disease, randomized study finds clinical test. “The study results do not support the use of ivermectin …

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New step towards universal blood type organs for transplantation

A team of Canadian scientists has proven that it is possible to safely convert blood type in donor organs for transplantation. The findings are an important step toward creating universal type O organs, which would significantly improve fairness in organ allocation and reduce patient mortality on waiting lists. The proof-of-concept …

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Ontario Hospitals Face Severe Shortage of Blood Collection Tubes

Ontario hospitals are facing a critical shortage of collection tubes needed for routine blood tests, forcing some hospitals to order staff to hold on to supplies and reconsider the number of blood tests they order for patients. patients. But even with conservation strategies in place, some clinicians and lab staff …

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New scholarship aims to prepare future flight surgeons to face medical challenges in space

A recently launched UCLA space medicine fellowship, the first of its kind in the United States, aims to develop the next generation of flight surgeons who will support the health, safety and well-being of human spaceflight and planetary expeditions . The two-year program will include rotations at SpaceX and a …

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A smartphone app can vibrate a single drop of blood to determine its coagulation

Blood clots form naturally to stop bleeding when a person is injured. But blood clots in patients with medical conditions, such as mechanical heart valves or other heart problems, can lead to stroke or heart attack. That’s why millions of Americans take blood thinners, like warfarin, which make it harder …

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COLLEGE TAB: Local veterinary tech students are perfect, three years in a row | Lifestyles

For the third year in a row, veterinary technology students at Kent State University at Trumbull have achieved the highest three-year average pass rate in Ohio on the National Veterinary Technician Examination (VTNE), administered by the American Association of Veterinary State Boards (AAVSB). Kent State Trumbull’s 2021 Veterinary Technology graduates …

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AACC and Life Diagnostics Partner to Relaunch AACC Middle East

News – WASHINGTON – AACC, a global scientific and medical professional organization dedicated to better health through laboratory medicine, is pleased to announce a new collaboration to host AACC Middle East: a partnership between AACC and Life Diagnostics. This event will bring together AACC’s world-renowned educational and scientific programs combined …

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Talk about regenerative medicine and potential drug for COVID-19

Cymbeline “Bem” Culiat, co-founder, president and chief scientific officer of NellOne Therapeutics Inc. in Knoxville and former molecular geneticist at Oak Ridge National Laboratory, will speak virtually to Friends of ORNL at noon on Tuesday, February 8. She will talk about “Future Applications in Regenerative Medicine” and part of her …

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A new model to study fibrosis treatments without using animals

To find treatments for connective tissue disorders like fibrosis, scientists need models that can replicate the structure and function of human tissue when healthy or unhealthy, and respond to drugs as human tissue would. sick. But most models are animal-based and have significant limitations. A new lab test model developed …

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CM takes note of shortage of Covid drugs – Pakistan

LAHORE: Chief Minister Sardar Usman Buzdar has taken note of the shortage of fever medication and has requested a report from the Health Secretary on the matter. He ordered the health department to take all possible measures to ensure the availability of fever medication in medical stores. He said manufacturers …

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University of Toronto researcher raises thorny question about COVID-19 death toll in British Columbia

This weekend, British Columbia is certain to hit another grim milestone. With 2,597 official deaths from COVID-19 so far, it is inevitable that the province will top 2,600 when the Department of Health releases the latest statistics on Monday (January 31). On Friday January 28, British Columbia also reported that …

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Why the human brain is more vulnerable to disease

With the help of brain organoids, IMBA scientists were able to determine that tuberous sclerosis, a rare neurodevelopmental genetic disorder, occurs developmentally rather than just genetically. With these patient-derived laboratory models of the human brain, they identified the origin of the disease in specific human progenitor cells. The results, now …

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IPGMER will set up an infectious diseases department

Kolkata: The Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education and Research (IPGMER) is about to launch a super specialty course on infectious diseases (ID) as the institute has received the administrative sanction from the state for its department infectious diseases (ID). In December, the School of Tropical Medicine (STM) in Kolkata obtained …

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George Mavros Obituary (1957 – 2022) – Inverness, FL

George Mavros (PhD), 64, Homosassa, Florida, died at home on Thursday, January 20, 2022. George was born in Adelaide, Australia on October 14, 1957 to the late Sotirios and Angela (Korogiannis) Mavros. George came to Citrus County in 1979 from Clearwater and before that Greece, which he considers his home. …

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Korea to limit PCR testing as omicron increases

Korea is limiting polymerase chain reaction, or PCR, tests, which have long remained the gold standard for COVID-19 diagnosis, to parts of the country where omicron is dominant, according to the Ministry of Health and Wellness Friday. Effective from January 26 in three cities of Gwangju, Pyeongtaek, Anseong and throughout …

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Can you trust the results of a rapid home COVID-19 test? What the experts say

By Julie Appleby and Phil Galewitz, KHN Julie Ann Justo, an infectious disease clinical pharmacist for a South Carolina hospital system, hoped that Christmas week would finally be the time when her family could safely come together for a reunion. Prior to the celebration, eligible family members were vaccinated and …

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Covid-19 Restrictions: Follow the Curbs or Prepare for Disaster

There has been an alarming increase in the transmission of Covid-19 and the situation will be dire if the government’s 11-point restriction is not adhered to, Health Minister Zahid Maleque said yesterday. “The government is not imposing lockdown because it hurts the country,” he said at the inauguration of a …

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Does Omicron cause less lung damage?

Share on PinterestDoes Omicron cause less lung damage than Delta? David Paul Morris/Bloomberg via Getty Images Animal studies and experiments involving lab-grown cells suggest that the Omicron variant may have a reduced ability to infect the lungs, compared to the Delta variant. This could explain why the Omicron variant appears …

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Felix Cheung – who studies wellness – among 33 new or renewed Canada Research Chairs at the University of Toronto

Does economic growth contribute to happiness? With its research project on the well-being of the population, the University of Toronto Felix Cheung hope to find out. An assistant professor in the Department of Psychology at the Faculty of Arts and Sciences, Cheung calls the question of economic happiness one of …

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Which COVID test should you take? Rapid fact check vs PCR

Are you going to a concert? Do you want to know what causes your cough? Depending on the question, you might need a different type of test. WASHINGTON – As COVID-19 cases skyrocket to the highest number since the start of the pandemic, it has become increasingly difficult for many …

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Gottheimer calls on governor to take essential action to protect New Jersey from Omicron and combat impacts on communities, hospitals, families and students

[ad_1] Gottheimer calls on governor to take essential action to protect New Jersey from Omicron and combat impacts on communities, hospitals, families and students Visit Holy Name Medical Center test site in Teaneck Thank you to frontline healthcare workers GLEN ROCK, NJ – US Congressman Josh Gottheimer (NJ-5) calls on …

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Nordic Lab and TENAK: revolutionizing cold storage technology

[ad_1] In this eBook, Nordic Lab and TENAK, industry pioneers in cold storage solutions for the medical industry, illustrate how their innovative range of cold chain technologies ensure optimal performance for laboratories and medical environments. While the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic still permeate the world, the need for cutting-edge …

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Yale School of Public Health dean on board with throat swab for home COVID testing, others disagree

[ad_1] NEW HAVEN, Connecticut (WTNH) – If you’re one of the thousands of people across Connecticut who have got their hands on a state’s free, home-based rapid COVID test, you might be wondering how to do it right. Discussions are increasing on social networks among the public and some health …

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Matthieu F. Mescher | Obituaries

[ad_1] Matthew F. Mescher, immunology icon at the University of Minnesota, died on December 21, 2021 of cancer. Matt was born March 22, 1948 in South Haven to George and Dixie Mescher. He received a bachelor’s degree in chemistry from Hope College in Holland and a doctorate. in Biochemistry and …

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Eastern Health announces temporary changes to services

[ad_1] Eastern Health has announced temporary changes to services, effective January 4, 2022. Eastern Health says it will focus on urgent and emerging acute services at health care sites across the city, including the Health Sciences Center, St. Clare’s Mercy Hospital and Dr LA Miller Center. These changes will reallocate …

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OSU Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory Receives 3 Grants to Expand Emergency Response Capacity

[ad_1] CORVALLIS, Ore. (KTVZ) – Three grants from the National Animal Health Laboratory Network will allow the Oregon Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory located at Oregon State University to continue to expand its role in responding to large epidemics in Northwestern Peaceful. The main objective of the laboratory is to test and …

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Study demonstrates novel approach to target activator-dependent cancers

[ad_1] As researchers have identified several genes responsible for prostate cancer, a new study published in Nature reveals the puppeteer controlling the strings. The chains: carcinogenic or oncogenic genes, such as the androgen receptor, FOXA1, ERG and MYC. The Puppet Master: A chromatin remodeling complex called SWI / SNF, which …

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Johns Hopkins lab tests Omicron variant – NBC4 Washington

[ad_1] Although federal health officials have said the omicron variant is the dominant COVID-19 strain in the United States, local lab directors want to know how widespread it is in the region and what it means for health. at local level. It’s too early to tell if the huge spike …

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Open letter to employees, technologists, professionals and physicians of Optilab laboratory medicine clusters in Quebec

[ad_1] We, the medical and clinical-administrative directors of the Optilab laboratory medicine clusters in Quebec, sincerely thank you for your hard work and dedication. In the extremely difficult context of COVID-19 for laboratory staff, you put all your expertise and energy at the service of Quebecers on a daily basis …

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Scientists find traditional herbal medicine works against malaria

[ad_1] Pharmacists from Ethiopia and Germany have studied Ranunculus multifidus, a yellow-flowered buttercup that has been used in traditional medicine for malaria and say it shows promise, especially with the emergence of strains resistant to chloroquine. Each year more than 400,000 people pass away malaria – a preventable and treatable …

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Antibodies found in shark could fight Covid-19 and its variants, new study finds

[ad_1] We are all aware that new variants of Covid-19 constantly pose new challenges for scientists, but according to a new study conducted at the University of Wisconsin in the United States, the antibody-like protein found in the immune system of sharks is not only useful in the prevention of …

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Hemanext prolongs the lifespan of red blood cells and reduces the frequency of transfusions in hematologic malignancies

[ad_1] Steven L. Spitalnik, MD, discusses the evolution of red blood cell storage and the potential impact the Hemanext storage technique could have on patients with hematologic malignancies. According to Steven L. Spitalnik, MD, improvements in blood storage that prolong the lifespan of red blood cells (RBCs) will ultimately allow …

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Health officials expect more cases of omicron variant

[ad_1] Dr. Donna Hansel, chair of the Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine at OHSU, believes more positive cases are on the horizon. PORTLAND, Oregon – The omicron variant of COVID-19 is now in Oregon, but public health officials have said those vaccinated, especially those who received booster shots, did …

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Scientists discover potential drug for Parkinson’s disease

[ad_1] In a recent study, a team of scientists from the University of Bath refined a molecule that has the potential to develop into a drug to treat Parkinson’s disease. The research has been published in the ‘Journal of Molecular Biology’. Professor Jody Mason, who led research at Bath’s Department …

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Salamanders from Bar Harbor lab may one day help people regrow missing limbs

[ad_1] With the help of hot dog-sized alien-like pink salamanders, scientists at a Bar Harbor lab hope to uncover secrets about how humans can regrow their limbs and bodily organs. Used for research at the Mount Desert Island Biological Laboratory, the axolotl, pronounced “aksuh-lottle”, has a strange ability to push …

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10x Genomics, Integrated DNA Technologies (IDT) and Sartorius receive top honors at Life Science Industry Awards

[ad_1] Since 2002, the Life Science Industry Awards have recognized manufacturers of “tools of science” that help advance biological research and drug discovery. Traditionally, the Life Science Industry Awards have been a biannual event where thousands of life scientists nominate and vote for the top performing supplier in 10 distinct …

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In Long COVID, CPET finds anomalies other tests don’t

[ad_1] Editor’s Note: Find the latest COVID-19 news and advice in the Medscape Coronavirus Resource Center. People who continue to experience shortness of breath after acute COVID-19 despite chest imaging and normal lung function tests appear to have respiratory and circulatory abnormalities detectable with cardiopulmonary stress tests (CPET), according to …

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RGCB Scientists Conduct Groundbreaking Genetic Study in Kidney Transplant Patients

[ad_1] Thiruvananthapuram, Dec. 5 (UNI) In a groundbreaking genetic study that could dramatically reduce the risk of organ rejection and other medical complications, scientists at the Rajiv Gandhi Center for Biotechnology (RGCB) have formulated here a method to predict the dose optimal immunosuppressive drug administered to kidney transplant patients. The …

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How researchers are testing the omicron variant

[ad_1] Washington has been one of the best states in the country to detect variants by genomic sequencing since the start of the pandemic. SEATTLE – As scientists around the world rush to detect cases of the novel omicron variant of the coronavirus, researchers at a UW medical lab are …

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Study reveals new way to detect early risk of cardiovascular disease

[ad_1] The risk of developing cardiovascular disease is strongly associated with “bad” LDL cholesterol. A large study by scientists at the Karolinska Institutet now shows that two proteins that transport cholesterol particles in the blood provide early and reliable information about the risks. The researchers are now advocating the introduction …

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Researchers Identify Behavioral Adaptations That May Help Antarctic Fish Adapt to Warming Southern Ocean | VTx

[ad_1] “Remarkably, our team found that Antarctic fish compensate for increasing metabolic demands by improving respiration through species-specific locomotor and respiratory responses, demonstrating resilience to environmental change and possibly global warming,” said said Friedlander, who is also director of the Fralin Biomedical Research Institute. director. “Ambient warming presents a multi-faceted …

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New variant of Covid in South Africa affecting under 25s, Health News, ET HealthWorld

[ad_1] Representative image The new variant of Covid-19, B.1.1.529, detected in South Africa mainly affects people under the age of 25, among whom the vaccination rate against the virus is only 26%, according to officials of health. Professor Anne von Gottberg of the National Institute of Communicable Diseases said the …

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Father set up a home lab to make life-saving medicine for his son

[ad_1] How far would you go to save your child’s life? Haoyang was born in Kunming in southwest China two years ago with a very rare disease: Menkes syndrome. The disease is a genetic disease that impacts how copper – which is crucial for brain and nervous system development – …

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Katy ISD Miller Career and Technology Center Renovations Brings Two New Programs and Major Facility Improvements

[ad_1] Proposed view in veterinary medicine: The design includes a new veterinary laboratory with a folding partition to separate the space into two laboratories if necessary. (rendered courtesy of Katy ISD) The Miller Career and Technology Center renovations are on track, according to a Nov. 15 presentation on the facility …

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A look at the four people giving their names to campus buildings

[ad_1] Prospective undergraduates at Hopkins will know Undergraduate Teaching Labs (UTL) and Charles Commons by other names. In an effort to recognize and uplift those historically marginalized and under-represented in the institution’s history, Hopkins will rename these campus buildings and the Hopkins Outpatient Center in their honor. This effort was …

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Does that Covid swab have to go that far down your nose?

[ad_1] A Canadian said it looked like a painful blow to his brain. An American woman heard crackles in her head. A French woman suffered from a severe nosebleed. Others had headaches, cried, or were in shock. They have all been tested for Covid-19 with deep nasal swabs. While many …

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Johns Hopkins scientists create stunning 3D map of blood vessels and stem cells in mouse skulls

[ad_1] November 18, 2021 Scientists at Johns Hopkins Medicine used glowing chemicals and other techniques to create a 3D map of the blood vessels and self-renewing “stem” cells that line and penetrate a mouse’s skull. The map provides precise locations of blood vessels and stem cells that scientists could eventually …

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Van Dijk Receives $ 1.25 Million Grant To Demystify Complexity Of Viral Infection With Algorithms

[ad_1] David van Dijk, PhD, assistant professor of medicine and computer science, received $ 1.25 million over five years MIRA R35 scholarship of the National Institute of General Medical Sciences (NIGMS) for a new project, “An integrative, data-driven and computational approach to discovering the dynamic mechanisms of early viral infection”. …

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Pregnancy stretch marks cause psychological and emotional strain

[ad_1] November 15, 2021 3 minutes to read Source / Disclosures Disclosures: Johnson does not report any relevant financial disclosure. Wang reports that he was the principal investigator of an industry-sponsored study on early molecular changes in stretch marks, which is separate from the current article on emotional impact. Please …

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American Heart Association Honors Two Penn Medicine Scientists For Their Research Achievements

[ad_1] Kiran Musunuru, MD, PhD PHILADELPHIA— Two faculty members from Penn Medicine, Kiran Musunuru, MD, PhD, and Daniel Rader, MD, are honored with prestigious awards from the American Heart Association (AHA) for their achievements in cardiovascular research. The two prizes will be awarded during the presidential session on Sunday, November …

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Cyclo Therapeutics Appoints Cynthia A. Lemere, PhD, Preeminent Neuroscientist and World Renowned Researcher, as Senior Advisor for Advancement of Alzheimer’s Disease Asset

[ad_1] GAINESVILLE, Florida – (COMMERCIAL THREAD) –Cyclo Therapeutics, Inc. (Nasdaq: CYTH) (“Cyclo Therapeutics” or the “Company”), a clinical-stage biotechnology company dedicated to the development of life-changing drugs through science and innovation for patients and families living with diseases, today announced the appointment of Cynthia A. Lemere, PhD as Senior Advisor …

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Global laboratory analysis instruments and

[ad_1] New York, October 28, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Reportlinker.com announces the publication of the report “Global Laboratory Analytical Instruments and Consumables Market 2021-2025” – https://www.reportlinker.com/p05312300/?utm_source = GNW 01 billion during 2021-2025, growing at a CAGR of 8.08% during the forecast period. Our Laboratory Analysis Instruments and Consumables Market report …

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What is possible with the blood test?

[ad_1] October 25, 2021 – Once valued at over $ 9 billion, it looked like Theranos would change the world of routine blood testing. Their claim was revolutionary: using blood from a finger prick, they could perform over 200 different tests. By going to a local pharmacy, someone could get …

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DOST inaugurates virology, a vaccine laboratory

[ad_1] The Department of Science and Technology (DOST) on Thursday inaugurated its first Philippine Institute of Virology and Vaccination (VIP) level 2+ biosafety laboratory at its Bicutan headquarters in preparation for the large VIP facility in which it is waiting to be built. New town of Clark in the province …

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