5 Trends in Mass Spectrometry

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Mass spectrometry is an important tool for a multitude of research disciplines, from identifying toxins in food and beverages, diagnosing bacterial infections to imaging samples at the biomolecular level. In this list we will explore some of the exciting trends within the field of mass spectrometry and the applications that are exploiting these advances to move the technique forward.

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Answer the challenges of CDS Data integrity - Sterling Pharma Solutions Ltd

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Data integrity continues to be a hot topic for the regulatory agencies in the pharmaceutical industry.

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Understanding the Mechanisms of Streptococcal Infection and Disease

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Professor Shiranee Sriskandan is a Clinical Professor of Infectious Diseases at Imperial College London. She leads a team focused on the mechanisms by which streptococcal infections cause serious disease. As well as her research work, Professor Sriskandan undertakes teaching within the University and is also a medic at Hammersmith Hospital.

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Milestones in Microbiology Over the Last 7 Decades

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In this list we will highlight some of the less well known but nonetheless ground breaking and important milestones in microbiology from the past seven decades.

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Regulatory T-Cells (Tregs) Within Bone Marrow-Derived Stem Cells (BMSCs) Actively Confer Immunomodulatory and Neuroprotective Effects Against Stroke

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We found a distinct subpopulation of Tregs within BMSCs. Tregs and BMSCs in co-culture conferred neuroprotection that varied in a dose-dependent manner. Tregs minimized stem cell production of IL-6, a pro-inflammatory cytokine, and inhibited BMSC secretion of FGF-beta, a cytokine related to BMSC proliferation and differentiation. The ratio of Tregs found natively in BMSCs is optimally adapted to provide the maximum neuroprotective benefit of stem cell treatment after ischemic stroke.

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Herpesvirus and Alzheimer's Link: High abundance of Herpes genes in postmortem Alzheimer's brain tissue
Herpesvirus and Alzheimer's Link: High abundance of Herpes genes in postmortem Alzheimer's brain tissue
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Data from three different brain banks to suggest that human herpesviruses are more abundant in the brains of Alzheimer's patients and may play a role in regulatory genetic networks that are believed to lead to the disease.

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Gut Microbes May Contribute to Depression and Anxiety
Gut Microbes May Contribute to Depression and Anxiety
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Like everyone, people with type 2 diabetes and obesity suffer from depression and anxiety, but even more so

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Disease-Fighting 'Warheads' Hidden in Bacteria
Disease-Fighting 'Warheads' Hidden in Bacteria
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Bacteria found in soil may harbor a potential game-changer for drug design. A new study by Scripps Research, published today in Nature Communications, suggests scientists could build better drugs by learning from bacteria-derived molecules called thiocarboxylic acids.

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Recruiting Microbes to Combat Cholera Infection
Recruiting Microbes to Combat Cholera Infection
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MIT engineers have developed a probiotic mix of natural and engineered bacteria to diagnose and treat cholera, an intestinal infection that causes severe dehydration.

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New Method to Quickly and Accurately Detect Infections
New Method to Quickly and Accurately Detect Infections
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A new study by UTSA researchers describes a method that could show quickly and accurately whether a person has been infected with harmful bacteria or other pathogens.

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Drug May Suppress Deadly Immune Response When Trauma Spills the Contents of Cell Powerhouses
Drug May Suppress Deadly Immune Response When Trauma Spills the Contents of Cell Powerhouses
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When trauma spills the contents of our cell powerhouses, it can evoke a potentially deadly immune response much like a severe bacterial infection. A drug that cleaves escaped proteins called N-formyl peptides appears to reduce resulting dangerous leakage from blood vessels and improve survival.

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Shaking Hands is Disgusting – Here’s What Else You Can Do

Shaking Hands is Disgusting – Here’s What Else You Can Do

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Lets take a look at the science behind the gesture

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How Are We Developing Vaccines for the Future?
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This article highlights the types of vaccine, trends in developing future vaccines and discusses new delivery methods and strategies to help advance our understanding of the immune system.

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Novel Collagen Membrane Improves Colon-on-a-Chip Functionality
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A microfluidic model of the colon has been built using natural tissue base matrix, which closely mimics the structure and function of the colon.

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Metagenomics: Exploring Microbiomes at Nature’s New Frontiers
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Advances in sequencing technologies are providing scientists with a powerful way to view microbial communities in unprecedented detail. Metagenomics is a rapidly evolving field that is uncovering a wealth of hidden biodiversity, revolutionizing our understanding of uncharted corners in the living world.

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