Regenerative Medicine: Repairing Rather than Replacing

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We take a look at the development of some advanced regenerative medicine treatments that incorporate tissue transplants, drugs, and genetic engineering.

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"On the Head..." Heading The Ball Linked With Neurodegeneration

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The brains of several ex-professional soccer players were assessed for damage linked to heading the ball.

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The Benefits of Use-and-Throw Instruments

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Anthony Turner, Professor, Linkoping University, tells us about the benefits and applications of use-and-throw instruments.

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Getting More Accurate Results with Analytical Balances

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Analytical balances are some of the most common weighing instruments used in lab operations. Weighing errors at this stage can result in a loss of both time and money. Here are some tips to get more accurate results.

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Aspirin Improves Conception And Pregnancy Chances In Women With Chronic Inflammation

Aspirin Improves Conception And Pregnancy Chances In Women With Chronic Inflammation

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Inflammation is linked to causes of infertility and pregnancy loss. A study by NIH researchers shows that a daily low-dose of aspirin in the months prior to and during pregnancy improves chances of conception and live birth in women suffering from chronic inflammation.

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A Blood Test for Schizophrenia
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The new test could enable earlier detection of schizophrenia and improved outcomes for patients.

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Rapid HIV Nanosensor 100,000 Times More Sensitive Than Current Tests
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Nanomechanical optoplasmonic HIV test is 100,000 times more sensitive than current clinical testing methods. It can detect the presence of the virus within the first week of infection, and takes just 4.5hours to complete.

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Molecular Profiling of Recurring Cancer Yields Success
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An analysis of a patient’s deadly brain tumor helped doctors at Smilow Cancer Hospital identify new emerging mutations and keep the 55 year old woman alive for more than five years.

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