The RESTORE clinical trial in the UK will assess the viability of manufactured blood
Might fungi be involved in human cancers? Two separately published studies have found fungal DNA in various cancers in the human body.
Blood testing technology detects 80% of liver cancers in a study of 724 people from the US, EU, and Hong Kong
A recent published in the scientific journal Antioxidants found that consuming grapes protected against ultraviolet (UV) damage to the skin.
Technologies developed by Pääbo to sequence Neanderthal DNA are being widely used in many clinical laboratory settings, including to study infectious disease outbreaks.
A new study led by researchers from the University of Barcelona shows that wasteosomes; structures that act as containers for brain waste products, indicate a malfunction of the glymphatic system, a recently discovered system that is an important brain-cleaning mechanism.
This technique uses electromagnetic-wave-based sensors inserted under the skin
The incidence of antimicrobial resistance among urinary E. coli isolates is increasing in both hospital and community settings in Australia
Lower levels of HDL cholesterol were associated with increased risks for heart attacks in White but not Black adults
For decades, researchers have been working on "male birth control", and studies show there is a demand. While concerns about side effects and efficacy have kept such options from the marketplace, efforts are moving forward, and at least one has the potential for U.S. Food and Drug Administration approval within the next decade, according to a cover story in Chemical & Engineering News, an independent news outlet of the American Chemical Society.
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