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Study: Organ-rejection drugs may help prevent Alzheimer's disease

The calcineurin inhibitors that organ transplant patients take to prevent rejection may also work to prevent Alzheimer's disease. A new study examined the rate of Alzheimer's disease among 2,600 organ transplant patients. Results were...

source: By Chelsea Adams
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Following fertilization in mammals, the embryo develops while passing through the oviduct (fallopian tube) before implanting in the uterus. This period of preimplantation development consists of several critical stages with distinct cellular...

source: Advance Science News

Nanoscience and nanotechnology offer extremely optimistic possibilities to be applied in various disciplines of science and technology. Nobel laureate Richard Feynman laid the foundation for nanotechnology with his famous lecture,...

source: Science Trends

The bacteria Pseudomonas aeruginosa is known to grow in pipes and constantly surrounded by flowing fluid. It thrives in plumbing systems, medical catheters, the human blood stream and the urinary and gastrointestinal tract. Causing over...

source: Nature Microbiology via Laboratory Equipment

A drug that is commonly used to treat overactive bladder could be putting some patients at increased risk of cardiovascular disease and stroke, according to research in mice carried out by scientists at the Karolinska Institute and...

source: Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences via Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News

The microscopic world is a messy and sometimes dangerous place. Bacteria, viruses and other organisms lurk on every surface. While most of them are harmless – even beneficial – to humans, the task of detecting and classifying the ones that aren’t has long...

source: Physics World

When a medical procedure requires taking a chunk of tissue from the patient, it’s safe to say that every cell counts — especially if that procedure could deliver individualized and patient specific precision cancer medicine. Tumor spheroids represent a promising...

source: Advanced Science News

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