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Surprising Antiviral Response Triggered in Topical Antibiotic ...

In a startling discovery, scientists found a common topical antibiotic applied to mice before or shortly after infection with herpes and other viruses, triggered an antiviral resistance in the animals. Med India, 1 week ago
New antibody may help prevent malaria: study Business Standard, 1 month ago

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MICE-driven tourism set to get a big boost in Andhra Pradesh

MICE-driven tourism is set to get a big boost in Andhra Pradesh as the Tourism Department has come up with a proposal to develop three major Family Entertainment Centres (FECs) in Visakhapatnam, Tirupati and Vijayawada.The FECs will be developed under the ...
 Business Standard2 months ago 4 MoUs inked to boost tourism in NE, double tourist arrivals  E Pao!1 month ago
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Budget 2018: Tourism sector wants Jaitley to cut GST on sub-Rs 7,500 rooms

GST should apply only to services rendered in India, and govt should also look at developing MICE clusters in and around key metro cities and tourist destinations, says Cox & Kings CEO Peter Kerkar Peter Kerkar Last Updated at January 26, 2018 16:01 IST The ...
 Business Standard2 months ago

Nanodisc Based Delivery of Cancer Immunotherapy Drugs

Novel platform for chemo-immunotherapy eliminated colon cancer in 85 percent of treated mice
 Med India1 day ago

Non-coding RNA is Critical for Brain Development

New study has shown how an unusual gene is needed for brain development in young mice.
 Med India5 days ago Adverse childhood environment may affect brain development later  Business Standard4 weeks ago

Rasmussen's Encephalitis Recently Proved to be An Autoimmune Disease

Rasmussen's encephalitis has recently been proved to be an autoimmune disorder by researchers who worked on humanized mice to study the disease.
 Med India1 week ago

New T-cell Editing Technique Could Lead to New T-cell-based Therapies

A new genetic modification method enables genes in living T-cells in mice to be modified quickly and efficiently.
 Med India2 weeks ago

Reaching the Depth of the Brain With the New Ultrathin Micro-endoscope

New fiber-based endoscope, tested in mice, poised to bring new insights into brain function.
 Med India3 weeks ago

Being hungry shuts off perception of chronic pain

Finding food is a necessary survival skill, but so is avoiding pain. Research using mice showed that being hungry activates a neural pathway that inhibits the perception of and response to chronic pain. The findings offer up new targets for treating pain.
 Science Daily4 weeks ago

Mice change their appearance as a result of frequent exposure to humans

Many tame domesticated animals have a different appearance compared to their relatives in the wild, for example white patches in their fur or shorter snouts. Researchers have now for the first time shown that wild house mice develop the same visible changes ...
 Science Daily1 month ago
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