Researchers Investigate Aftereffects of Deferred Intentions in Brain

Researchers Investigate Aftereffects of Deferred Intentions in Brain

Placing a tick mark on your to-do list is highly liberating. The feeling is particularly more profound when the task has been delaying for a long time. However, what occurs inside our brain once we complete the delaying task? Does it simply deactivate? If yes, then how? A group of researchers from the Collaborative Research […]

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Researchers Discover Parasite that Shut Down Hosts’ Genes to Thrive

Researchers from Penn State are now successful in discovering a new parasitic plant. This plant has been able to bypass the evolutionary arms race with its host plant. The parasitic plant steals vital nutrients from the host, which allows it to survive. This ability allows the parasite to thrive on a broad range of agriculturally […]

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Blood-Brain Barrier

Researchers Develop Implant Sensors to Open Blood-Brain Barrier

Engineers from UConn are now successful in designing a biodegradable and non-toxic medication device. This device can aid in moving medication from the blood vessels to the inner brain tissue. This route is conventionally difficult to maneuver because of our body’s immune system. The research paper about the innovation is now featuring in the PNAS […]

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Type 2 Mellitus Diabetes

A New Pattern Justifying the Development of Type 2 Mellitus Diabetes

Diabetes occurs due to fluctuation in the level of blood glucose level. Among all cases of Diabetes, 90% account for Type 2 Diabetes. Type 2 diabetes also known as Type 2 Mellitus Diabetes usually occurs in adults. Insulin resistance and high glucose level in the blood are the symptoms of Diabetes type 2. Till now, […]

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Heart Beats May Dance to the Tune of a New Biological Pacemaker

A researcher from the University of Houston has reprogrammed stem cells found in fat for potentially treating diseases like heart failures. His new technique can help aid current electric peacemaker with a new biologic-peacemaker. According to Bradley McConnell, the new research aims at conducting cell of the heart to conduct electric current. Earlier, Bradley’s team […]

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A New Approach to Detect Aggressiveness of Prostate Cancer

Prostate cancer is very prevalent among males aging over 50. However, the development of the disease is slow and in several cases, medical professionals do not consider symptoms to be clinically significant. In simple terms, it is highly unlikely to cut down the lifespan of the male. This thus becomes a huge problem for doctors […]

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Non-Volatile Memory Express Market: Structure and Overview of Key Market Forces Propelling Market

Transparency Market Research delivers key insights on the global non-volatile memory express (NVMe) market. In terms of revenue, the global NVMe market is estimated to expand at a CAGR of ~ 28% during the forecast period, owing to numerous factors, regarding which, TMR offers thorough insights and forecasts in its report on the global non-volatile memory express market. […]

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AI Prediction to Enhance the Chances of Oral Cancer Survival

Researchers at the University of Warwick’s Department of Computer Science have presented a new AI model. This model can predict the survival chances of a patient suffering from oral cancer. The model can accurately calculate the number of immune cell among tumor cells in the mouth of the patient. This provides a clear picture to […]

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Future-proofing the Future of Precision Medicines

Today precision medicines have started to gain considerable grounds in the healthcare market. These medicines are designed to improve the effectiveness or add therapeutic value for a select group of patients. Nevertheless, some foresighted healthcare businesses have begun the application of precision medicines production and sales. What are the Approaches that can Ensure a Successful […]

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