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MedIndia

Cerebral Malaria Caused by Immune Cells in the Brain

Highlights Study finds cerebral malaria like condition in mice caused due to aggregation of immune cells near blood vessels in the brain. This was found to lead to leakage of blood in the brain and consequent brain swelling. This study provides ...
 MedIndia22 hours ago Immune system cells cause severe malaria complication in mouse brain  EurekAlert!2 days ago
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Mice may be key to kids' asthma attacks at school

FRIDAY, Dec. 2, 2016 -- Research investigating schoolchildren's asthma attacks has pointed to a tiny foe: mice. Allergens from the rodents can infiltrate the air, the study found, and may be a major cause of asthma attacks in the school ...
 UPI1 day ago Mice might be pivotal to kids asthma attacks during school  HealthMediciNet.com17 hours ago Mice, Roaches, Flies Found in NYC's 31 Dirtiest Public School Cafeterias  Foodservice.com1 day ago Mice may be key to kids asthma attacks at school  News EasyBranches.com8 hours ago
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Experiments With Mice Show When Weight Is Lost, the Gut Remembers

The phenomenon of "yo-yo" dieting has health consequences and frustrates dieters themselves. Studies show each round of weight loss and weight regain produces harsher metabolic effects. Published Online : December 02, 2016 Mary Caffrey New ...
 American Journal of Managed Care18 hours ago Gut Microbes Control Parkinson's Disease In Mice  IFLScience2 days ago expert reaction to study reporting the relationship between gut microbes and Parkinson's disease symptoms in mice  Foreign Affairs.co.nz2 days ago Could Parkinson's disease start in the gut?  Before It's News1 day ago
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PR Newswire

Hangzhou rétablit son image de destination MICE populaire après le Sommet du G20

Logo - http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20161129/443556 Les acheteurs et congressistes, impressionnés par ce que Hangzhou offre en matière d'attractions culturelles, sont heureux de voir la ville devenir une destination MICE populaire ...
 PR Newswire1 day ago Hangzhou Reestablishes its Image as a Popular MICE Destination Following the G20 Summit  Yahoo! Finance2 days ago Hangzhou Re-establishes its Image as a Popular MICE Destinatio…  Asia PR News2 days ago Prolight + Sound Guangzhou 2017 Returns with Expanded Scale an…  Asia PR News1 day ago
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Danubius Hotels, UNICEO to enhance visibility in MICE segment

The Danubius Hotels Group has announced a partnership with the United Networks of International Corporate Event Organizers (UNICEO), a further step in enhancing its recognition as a leading company in the MICE (meetings, incentives, conferencing, ...
 Budapest Business Journal1 day ago

Is the fountain of life real? Scientists revive mice with blood of human teens!

This may sound like something just out of a fairytale or a movie, but scientists may have found the elixir of life! As per reports, a recent study conducted by Alkahest, a California-based biopharmaceutical company, found that young human blood, ...
 Daily Times2 days ago
DNA

Lab-Grown Human Mini Lungs Successfully Engraft in Mice, a Respiratory Research Breakthrough

More than a year ago, scientists made studying lung cells in a petri dish appear old-fashioned. A team led by University of Michigan Medical School researchers coaxed stem cells to grow into three-dimensional miniature lungs , which mimic several ...
 Medical Design Technology2 days ago Lab-Grown Lungs Transplanted into Mice To Study Respiratory Diseases  Med India3 weeks ago Lab-grown mini lungs transplanted into mice  Business Standard3 weeks ago Lab-grown mini lungs to help study respiratory diseases  Business Standard3 weeks ago
Tech Times

Gene Editing Tool CRISPR Used To Correct Blood Clotting, Treat Hemophilia In Mice

Advertisement A dual gene therapy approach was employed for the first time in delivering key components of a CRISPR/Cas-9 mediated gene targeting system that would help treat hemophilia B. The research was conducted on mice, and it addressed the ...
 Tech Times1 day ago New CRISPR Experiment Corrects Clotting in Mice  NatureWorldNews.com1 day ago Penn Scientists Use CRISPR for First Time to Correct Clotting in Newborn and Adult Mice  Infrosoft3 days ago Penn researchers use CRISPR/Cas9 gene targeting approach to treat hemophilia B in mice  News-Medical.Net2 days ago
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Biotech Daily

Faulty Protein Interaction Disrupts Neuromuscular Junctions and Triggers ALS

Humans and mice are protected from developing amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) by the action of muscle fibers that
 Biotech Daily2 days ago Protective Molecule Sidelined in Models of Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis  Med India1 week ago
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