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Antibodies Identified in Mice Could be a Significant Step Toward Zika Vaccine
Med India

Zika virus antibodies identified in mice

Scientists have identified six Zika virus antibodies in mice, an advance that may pave the way for a vaccine, better diagnostic tests and possibly new therapies for the mosquito-borne virus. The researchers conducted experiments in mice and ... Business Standard, 23 hours ago

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Study: Bright light accelerates aging in mice

LEIDEN, Netherlands, July 15 (UPI) -- The right balance of light and dark is essential to health, new research suggests. Scientists have found mice that are subjected to a constant barrage of bright light suffer myriad health issues. "We came to ...
 UPI1 week ago News Bright light accelerates ageing in mice 1 Comment  Nature1 week ago Bright Light Speeds Up Aging in Mice  Scientific American1 week ago Is artificial light slowly killing us? Study shows negative health consequences of unnatural blue light exposure  Sott.net1 week ago
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International Meetings Review

Tourism sweats on excise policy

Kerala Tourism study says fortunes of MICE industry have taken a hit The excise policy of the previous United Democratic Front government and increased competition from neighbouring destinations have been identified as the two major factors affecting tourist ...
 The Hindu6 days ago Asia: MICE Travel to Langkawi Unlikely to Be Dented by New Tax  International Meetings Review2 weeks ago J&K tourism dept mulls tapping golfing, MICE tourism potential  Business Standard1 month ago
AOL UK

Eat your way to smarter self with cinnamon

Feeding cinnamon to laboratory mice determined to have poor learning ability made the mice better learners
 Business Standard6 days ago Cinnamon converts poor learning mice to good learners—implications for memory improvement  HealthMediciNet.com1 week ago Eating cinnamon could improve your ability to learn  AOL UK2 weeks ago Cinnamon may boost your kid's learning ability  Prokerala1 week ago
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DNA

Breakthrough: Scientists discover grandpa's obesity can affect grandchildren's health

Researchers discover that male mice who are obese when they conceive are putting their grandchildren at significant risk of developing metabolic disease, before they are even born
 DNA1 week ago

New long-lasting vaccine for malaria shows promise

Scientists have developed a new long-lasting vaccine that protects mice against malaria, a disease that about 3.2 billion people are currently at risk of contracting. Researchers from the Institut Pasteur, the CNRS (French National Centre for ...
 Business Standard1 week ago Experimental malaria vaccine offers long-lasting protection  Prokerala1 week ago

Constant artificial lighting making us unhealthy?

Turning out the lights while you sleep may be good for your health, say scientists who found that mice kept under conditions of constant artificial light for a period of months showed muscle loss and early signs of osteoporosis. "Our study shows ...
 Business Standard1 week ago Not getting enough hours of darkness can trigger inflammation and muscle loss  HealthMediciNet.com2 weeks ago Is synthetic lighting creation us sick? Not removing adequate hours of dark can trigger inflammation and flesh loss  HealthMediciNet.com2 weeks ago Is artificial lighting making us sick? New evidence in mice  EurekAlert!2 weeks ago
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Wired News

These Mice Watched A Classic Orson Welles Film For Science

Orson Welles probably never thought some viewers of his masterpiece Touch of Evil would be mice. These classic film-viewing rodents belong to the Allen Brain Observatory , a new initiative launched July 13 by the Seattle-based Allen Institute for ...
 Huffington Post1 week ago Mice Can Watch Film Noir, Among Other Things, Scientists Say In New Study  Science World Report2 weeks ago 35 Mice Watched the Cult Film Touch of Evil for Science  NewsFlow242 weeks ago Here's What Scientists Uncovered By Letting Mice Watch Film Noir  Tech Times2 weeks ago
Ars Technica UK

Does the Immune System Have a Role in Battling Autism?

Molecules that protect the body from infection may be needed for mice to socialize with their peers, according to a study published today in Nature . This double duty could help safeguard the health of animals that live in close quarters. The ...
 Scientific American2 weeks ago Immune system autocorrect feature reverses autoimmune disease in mice  Ars Technica UK3 weeks ago Immune system has direct effect on social behavior, finds study  French Tribune1 week ago Study links immune system with social ability  Red Orbit2 weeks ago
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Tourism Toronto promotes MICE through Canada Day

On the occasion of Canada Day, Tourism Toronto Business Events recently hosted a celebratory event for the travel trade fraternity at Taj Mansingh Delhi. The Canadian High Commission extended its support as Jess Dutton, deputy high commissioner, ...
 Financial Express1 week ago Tourism Toronto Celebrates Canada Day In Delhi & Mumbai  Travel and Tour World2 weeks ago
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