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Body Can Control Bursts of HIV, Suggesting Cure is Possible
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Body Can Control Bursts of HIV, Suggesting Cure is Possible

The human immune system can handle large bursts of HIV activity and so it should be possible to cure HIV with a kick and kill strategy, finds new research led by Univ. College London , the Univ. of Oxford and the Univ. of North Carolina at Chapel ... Laboratory Equipment, 5 days ago
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Physical, Mental Activities is Controlled by a Single Metabolic Protein in our Bodies

Running and memorizing are not two different skills and researchers have discovered that physical and mental activities rely on a single metabolic protein that controls the flow of blood and nutrients throughout the body. The study could point to potential ...
 Med India5 days ago Physical, Mental Activities Control the Flow of Blood and Nutrients in the Body  INooz4 days ago

Construction activities, vehicles major air pollutants in city

PANAJI: A study carried out by Goa State Pollution Control Board (GSPCB) has found that the city has been silently suffering from air pollution generated by improperly maintained old diesel engine vehicles, diesel generator sets, rampant ...
 Navhind Times4 days ago

Activity among people with chronic low back pain: How activity behaviours reflect beliefs

For Body Matters, the Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) 23,000+ participants, led by Professor Ian Shrier, hosted byMcGill University, Canada. ByKieran OSullivan( @ kieranosull ) Disability due to chronic low back pain (CLBP) has actually ...
 British Medical Journal1 week ago
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Acer Liquid Leap+ Smart Activeband Now with Exchangeable Strap and Multi-OS Support

Richer functionalities with step, sleep and calories tracking, alarms, notifications and music control in IPX7 water-resistant body Acer recently announced the next generation of Smart activeband products, the Acer Liquid Leap+. Standing for ...
 EyeofDubai.net6 days ago

U-M researchers find new gene involved in blood-forming stem cells

Research led by the University of Michigan Life Sciences Institute has identified a gene critical to controlling the body's ability to create blood cells and immune cells from blood-forming stem cells--known as hematopoietic stem cells . The ...
 Medical News Today4 days ago U-M Researchers Find Protein That May Signal More Aggressive Prostate Cancers  ScienceNewsline5 days ago U-M researchers make major breakthrough in diagnosing, treating prostate cancer  News-Medical.Net5 days ago

Golgi trafficking controlled by G-proteins

A family of proteins called G proteins are a recognized component of the communication system the human body uses to sense hormones and other chemicals in the bloodstream and to send messages to cells. In work that further illuminates how cells ...
 Medical News Today5 days ago
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IFSEC Global

Attitude motion control of the active suspension system with tracking controller

August 2015 , Volume 16 , Issue 4 , pp 593-601 Date: 24 Mar 2015 Rent the article at a discount Rent now * Final gross prices may vary according to local VAT. Get Access Abstract This research focuses on the ...
 Springer Link Journal2 weeks ago Building Control and Fire Engineering: Two Professions at a Crossroads  IFSEC Global5 days ago

Pollution Control Dept names 11 rivers unfit for Songkran activity

The Pollution Control Department (PCD) has named 11 rivers which are unfit for the water-splashing activities for Songkran revelers due to their high concentrations of Coliform bacteria. The 11 rivers reportedly contain an excess of 4,000 units ...
 Pattaya Mail1 week ago

Body of research on myopia control strategies continues to grow

Experts from the U.S., Australia and Switzerland outlined the increasing threat of myopia and potential treatment modalities at the Brien Holden Vision Institute in March, the institute announced in a press release. Nearly 80 optometrists ...
 Orthopedics Today1 week ago
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