Ben Libberton 1 month ago

Researching hospital acquired infections and interventions to prevent them



Smartphone screens trick harmful bacteria

Researchers investigate whether the bacterial metabolism can be tuned by changing the redox state of the surface supporting the biofilm
Radhika Gupta 1 month ago

Electronics Engineer | Editor at The Surg

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Scientists reverse advanced heart failure in an animal model

Researchers have discovered a previously unrecognized healing capacity of the heart. In a mouse model, they were able to reverse severe heart failure.
Jialin Xu 1 month ago

PhD candidate in pharmaceutical sciences at the University of British Columbia

RNA modifications


New method measures RNA modifications

Researchers developed a method to provide fast and economical screening of modified ribonucleosides in RNA.
Ryan Giblin 2 months ago

I’m a young and passionate scientist that is driven by discovering new regulatory elements of metabolism to help tackle disease

vitamin D


A step closer to fully understanding vitamin D deficiency

There are differences in how male and female mice metabolise nutrients and potentially, how they are impacted by vitamin D deficiency.
Deborah Bongiovanni 2 months ago

PhD student in the Department of Surgery, Oncology and Gastroenterology, University of Padova, Italy



The long and winding road to leukemia

T-cell acute lymphoblastic leukemia (T-ALL) is a specific form of acute lymphoblastic leukemia, the most common cancer in childhood.
Prof. Yh Taguchi 2 months ago

Physics Department, Faculty of Science and Technology, Chuo University



Scientists have identified genes that link cancer and Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS)

A genetic analysis showed that many genes associated with ALS, a neurodegenerative disease, were also related to certain cancers.
Inna 2 months ago

Institute of Cytology and Genetics of the Siberian Branch of
Russian Academy of Science

ring chromosomes


A review on the rare human ring chromosomes

Ring chromosome carriers may be healthy or have varying degrees of symptoms affecting physical and intellectual development.
Dr. Natali N Guerrero-Vargas 2 months ago

Associate Professor at Department of Anatomy, Faculty of Medicine, UNAM, México

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Light at night disrupts biological clock & promoted tumor growth in rats

Researchers have demonstrated that light exposure at night disrupts metabolism; creating an obesogenic environment which favors tumor growth.
The Surg 2 months ago

Medium for Science

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Tumour bacteria sabotage chemotherapy

In a study, researchers describe findings that certain tumour bacteria can be found inside human pancreatic tumours.
Yang Wei 2 months ago

The Southwest Hospital of Third Military Medical University



Scientists develop a new approach to reconstruct organs like liver

Scientists at The Southwest Hospital of Third Military Medical University have used a novel procedure to engineer a vascularized functional liver.

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