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In some cases, immune cells in the lungs may speed up the virus's attack;Recently, a new study published in the international journal on Immunity in the report, from the Swedish karolinska institute of institutions such as scientists have revealed the immune cells called macrophages in lung development of molecular...
01 / 12
2021
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Scientists have long suspected that mutations in the cholesterol transporter ABCA13 in cells are linked to mental illness, but it has been difficult to prove this or to determine how it occurs.Now, in a new study, researchers from Kyoto University and other institutions have provided evidence that mice with ABCA13 prot...
01 / 05
2021
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A portable smart phone platform based on saliva provides an ultra-sensitive but easy-to-use method for COVID-19 testing, with sample analysis in 15 minutes. Without the resource-intensive laboratory testing required by the current gold standard. The relevant research were published in the Science Advances on December 1...
12 / 29
2020
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A large study of 3,000 babies born in the West Midlands has revealed that a third of all babies, black, Asian and ethnic minority BAME babies, are deficient in vitamin D, underlining the potential shortfall of current ANTENatal supplements in The UK. Vitamin Dsometimes called the sunshine vitamin helps the body absorb ...
12 / 21
2020
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From yogurt and other fermented foods to fresh fruits and vegetables, many everyday foods contain live microbes.And while humans have been eating these safe and potentially beneficial bacteria in their diets for thousands of years, living microbes have received far less attention than other components of the diet.With ...
12 / 15
2020
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Studies in mice have shown that Lactobacillus in the lungs provided a barrier to Streptococcus pneumoniae colonization after infection with influenza A virus and treatment.Streptococcus pneumoniae can cause severe pneumonia, especially in elderly patients.Given the rise of antibiotic resistance, these findings suggest ...
12 / 10
2020
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In a recent study, researchers at the Francis Crick Institute developed a new imaging technique that visualizes multiple tissue types simultaneously in 3-D, providing the most comprehensive view yet of conditions like cancer.Their new method, recently published in the journal Nature Protocol, highlights how the techniq...
12 / 08
2020
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with the advent of autumn winter holiday, many people begin to think of the relationship between food and sleep, recently, an article published in the international journal of Scientific Reports on the study, scientists from the tsukuba university and other institutions through the study found that intestinal flora may...
12 / 04
2020
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Recently, a joint research team composed of Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Harvard University, Baylor College of Medicine, New York University and other institutions published an article entitled Proteogenomic Landscape of Breast Cancer Tumorigenesis and Targeted Therapy in the Cell Journal, which comprehensive...
12 / 01
2020
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Since the outbreak of COVID-19 caused by SARS-CoV-2, approximately 1 million people have died and the total number of global confirmed cases was over 30 million as of 28 September 2020. Coronavirus tropism is predominantly determined by the interaction between coronavirus spike S proteins and their corresponding host r...
11 / 30
2020
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