Friday, December 13, 2019

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Scientists discover new antibiotic in tropical Mexican forest

Scientists discover new antibiotic in tropical Mexican forest

An antibiotic produced by a soil bacterium has been discovered in a Mexican tropical forest that may help lead to a "plant probiotic," more...
Novel compound can interrupt malaria parasite's lifecycle

Novel compound can interrupt malaria parasite’s lifecycle

Scientists have proven that a novel compound inhibits key enzymes to interrupt the malaria parasite's lifecycle in human organisms and prevents transmission to vector...
Treatment of pain and inflammation with Tetra Bio-Pharma’s CAUMZ kit

Treatment of pain and inflammation with Tetra Bio-Pharma’s CAUMZ kit

CAUMZ is a non-opioid alternative in Phase 3 development for the treatment of pain and inflammation, and Tetra are one step closer to bringing...

China’s organ transplant crimes delivered to UN Human Rights Council

Today, China’s forced organ harvesting crimes were announced at the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC) for the first time in the Council’s history. Organ...

More efficient drug delivery within the brain by utilising LAT1

According to a new study carried out at the University of Eastern Finland, drug delivery within the brain can be improved by utilising LAT1,...

More than 9 in 10 surgeons encounter a needlestick injury

According to a new global survey 95% of surgeons have either been personally affected by a needlestick injury or have seen a colleague experience...

Increasing amount of heart infections linked to opioid crisis

An increasingly high number of people in America are developing heart infections due to the current opioid epidemic, new research suggests. The problem of heart...

Synthetic cells reveal how the immune system communicates

Three-dimensional synthetic cells have revealed the hidden messages of the immune system. Research led by Professor Mike Dustin's group of the Kennedy Institute of Rheumatology...

Gene could answer age old question: does size really matter?

Scientists at Oxford Brookes University have discovered a gene that contributes to differences in the size of male genitalia between different species of flies. From...
Fostering the deployment of digital infrastructures for the cross-border exchange

Fostering the deployment of digital infrastructures for the cross-border exchange

Do you think the deployment of digital infrastructures can be achieved for the cross-border exchange of health data in Europe? Maybe it can - The...
Did you know 90 days is all it takes to be addicted to prescription opioids?

Did you know 90 days is all it takes to be addicted to prescription...

Today’s PHE review into prescribed medicines has revealed that patients can become dependent and addicted to prescription opioids and it only takes 90 days. Public...
Tackling the spread of infectious diseases through vaccinology training in Seoul

Tackling the spread of infectious diseases through vaccinology training in Seoul

The International Vaccine Institute (IVI) is set to help developing countries tackle the spread of infectious diseases by building capacity through vaccinology training in...

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