Blood tests can act as early indicator of extreme COVID-19: Study

Washington [US], March 6 (ANI): A clinical report drove by the journal 'Blood Advances' has claimed that a progression of biomarkers, or organic signs, related to white platelet initiation and obesity can anticipate extreme outcomes in COVID-19 patient...

Blood tests can act as early indicator of extreme COVID-19: Study

Washington [US], March 6 (ANI): A clinical report drove by the journal 'Blood Advances' has claimed that a progression of biomarkers, or organic signs, related to white platelet initiation and obesity can anticipate extreme outcomes in COVID-19 patient...

Despite past isolation events, genetic connectivity between chimpanzee subspecies discovered

Berlin [Germany], March 6 (ANI): The findings of a new large-scale study conducted by researchers of the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology discovered that despite past isolation events, there is recent genetic connectivity between chim...

Scientists discover new way to facilitate development of antibody-based drugs

Stockholm [Sweden], March 5 (ANI): Keeping an eye on the recent therapeutic antibodies discoveries that have transformed the treatment of cancer, researchers at Lund University in Sweden have developed a new, efficient method based on genetic scissors ...

New research makes possible to track proteins in ‘heart’ of cells

Bern [Switzerland], March 5 (ANI): A clinical study led by researchers at the University of Geneva have discovered a fluorescent chemical dye, making it possible for the first time to track the transport activity of a specific motor…

Thermodynamic research heated up by new quantum theory

Nottingham [UK], March 5 (ANI): Researchers during a recent study developed a new quantum version of a thermodynamical thought experiment that was 150-year-old. This could lead to paving a way for the development of quantum heat engines.Mathematicians ...

Scientists discover new compound for male contraceptive pill

California [US], March 4 (ANI): A new research by the scientists at The Lundquist Institute spells out an innovative strategy that has led to the discovery of a natural compound as a safe, effective and reversible male contraceptive…

Evolution drives boys to be more prone to autism and other conditions

Washington [US], March 4 (ANI): A team of genetic researchers during a recent study concluded that evolutionary forces drive a glaring gender imbalance in the occurrence of many health conditions, including autism.The human genome has evolved to favour...

Evolution drives boys to be more prone to autism and other conditions

Washington [US], March 4 (ANI): A team of genetic researchers during a recent study concluded that evolutionary forces drive a glaring gender imbalance in the occurrence of many health conditions, including autism.The human genome has evolved to favour...

Evolution drives boys to be more prone to autism and other conditions

Washington [US], March 4 (ANI): A team of genetic researchers during a recent study concluded that evolutionary forces drive a glaring gender imbalance in the occurrence of many health conditions, including autism.The human genome has evolved to favour...

Prehistoric teeth analysis sheds light on diets of lizards and snakes

London [UK], March 3 (ANI): New research led by scientists from the University of Bristol has revealed that the diets of early lizards and snakes, which lived alongside dinosaurs around 100 million years ago, were more varied and…

Animals fake death for long periods to escape predators: Study

Bristol [England], March 3 (ANI): A recent study by researchers from the University of Bristol has found that many animals fake death to try to escape their predators. with some individuals in prey species remaining motionless, if in…

Study discusses effect of pollutants on fertility

Washington [US], March 2 (ANI): In a new study, researchers have found that shrimp-like creatures on the South Coast of England have 70 per cent less sperm than any other lesser polluted location in the world. They also…

Study proposes a low cost, high efficiency mask design

Washington [US], March 2 (ANI): A new paper in Oxford Open Materials Science, published by Oxford University Press, presents low-cost modifications to existing N95 masks that prolongs their effectiveness and improves their reusability post disinfectant...

Study proposes a low cost, high efficiency mask design

Washington [US], March 2 (ANI): A new paper in Oxford Open Materials Science, published by Oxford University Press, presents low-cost modifications to existing N95 masks that prolongs their effectiveness and improves their reusability post disinfectant...

Study proposes a low cost, high efficiency mask design

Washington [US], March 2 (ANI): A new paper in Oxford Open Materials Science, published by Oxford University Press, presents low-cost modifications to existing N95 masks that prolongs their effectiveness and improves their reusability post disinfectant...

New study claims to boost international research efforts in finding cancer-eradicating drugs

Barcelona [Spain], March 1 (ANI): A new study by researchers of the Centre for Genomic Regulation claims to have the potential to boost international research efforts in finding drugs that eradicate cancer at its source.The findings were published…

Gene editing useful in climate-proofing global food supplies, reveals study

Washington [US], March 1 (ANI): The findings of a recent study by scientists from The University of Queensland suggests that gene-editing technology is going to play a vital role in climate-proofing future crops in order to protect global…

Scientists discover bioengineered hybrid muscle fiber for regenerative medicine

Washington [US], February 28 (ANI): Researchers through their study published in the journal, 'Advanced Materials' claimed that regeneration of muscle tissue can be achieved by joining direct cell reprogramming with natural-synthetic hybrid scaffold as...

Coronavirus antibodies are moved from pregnant ladies to their infants, study finds

Washington [US], February 28 (ANI): A study drove by the 'American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology' discovered that the antibodies that help in guarding against the COVID-19 infection are transferred from mothers to their babies while in the…

Teachers cited stress as leading reason to quit job before, during pandemic: Study

Washington [US], February 28 (ANI): Before and during the pandemic, the teachers cited stress as the common reason for leaving the profession, suggest the findings of a new survey.The RAND Corporation survey was conducted of nearly 1,000 former…

Teachers cited stress as leading reason to quit job before, during pandemic: Study

Washington [US], February 28 (ANI): Before and during the pandemic, the teachers cited stress as the common reason for leaving the profession, suggest the findings of a new survey.The RAND Corporation survey was conducted of nearly 1,000 former…

Study sheds light on correlation between allergy seasons, pollens

Munich [Germany], February 28 (ANI): A recent study has shed light on how the length of allergy seasons in Germany are affected by pollens traveling far distances.Allergy sufferers are no strangers to problems with pollen. But now -…

Glacial period impacted crocodile evolution: Study

Ottawa [Canada], February 28 (ANI): During a recent study, researchers from McGill University discovered that the genomes of Caribbean and Pacific crocodiles in Panama were impacted due to sea-level changes during the Ice Age.Crocodiles are resilient a...

Researchers reveal plant-based diet lowers risk of dementia-related death in women

Washington [US], February 27 (ANI): A clinical study published in the Journal of the American Heart Association discovered that postmenopausal ladies who ate undeniable degrees of plant protein had lower risks of sudden death, cardiovascular infection,...

Diabetes patients may witness improved health, lower medical costs by use of health apps

Washington [US], February 27 (ANI): A recent study has found that mobile health applications could benefit diabetes patients and that the use of health apps by diabetes patients could improve health outcomes and lower medicine costs.The findings of…

Researchers identify characteristics of highest utilizers for mental health hospital services

Washington [US], February 27 (ANI): Dropping out of high school, having schizophrenia, or being diagnosed with a co-occurring personality disorder increases the likelihood of someone becoming a 'high utilizer' of inpatient psychiatric hospital services...

Study focuses on using landscape connectivity to control deadly mosquito-borne viruses

Washington [US], February 26 (ANI): A recent study led researchers at Yale School of the Environment has developed a new method for tracking how the deadly yellow fever mosquito moves through the environment, a potentially critical tool for…

Study focuses on using landscape connectivity to control deadly mosquito-borne viruses

Washington [US], February 26 (ANI): A recent study led researchers at Yale School of the Environment has developed a new method for tracking how the deadly yellow fever mosquito moves through the environment, a potentially critical tool for…

Study focuses on using landscape connectivity to control deadly mosquito-borne viruses

Washington [US], February 26 (ANI): A recent study led researchers at Yale School of the Environment has developed a new method for tracking how the deadly yellow fever mosquito moves through the environment, a potentially critical tool for…

Study focuses on using landscape connectivity to control deadly mosquito-borne viruses

Washington [US], February 26 (ANI): A recent study led researchers at Yale School of the Environment has developed a new method for tracking how the deadly yellow fever mosquito moves through the environment, a potentially critical tool for…

Study focuses on using landscape connectivity to control deadly mosquito-borne viruses

Washington [US], February 26 (ANI): A recent study led researchers at Yale School of the Environment has developed a new method for tracking how the deadly yellow fever mosquito moves through the environment, a potentially critical tool for…

Study focuses on using landscape connectivity to control deadly mosquito-borne viruses

Washington [US], February 26 (ANI): A recent study led researchers at Yale School of the Environment has developed a new method for tracking how the deadly yellow fever mosquito moves through the environment, a potentially critical tool for…

Drive-thru type test to detect viral infections in bacteria

Washington [US], February 26 (ANI): A team led by researchers of Johns Hopkins University has developed a test to determine if bacteria are sick, similar to the one used to test humans for COVID-19.The findings published in Nature…

Drive-thru type test to detect viral infections in bacteria

Washington [US], February 26 (ANI): A team led by researchers of Johns Hopkins University has developed a test to determine if bacteria are sick, similar to the one used to test humans for COVID-19.The findings published in Nature…

Drive-thru type test to detect viral infections in bacteria

Washington [US], February 26 (ANI): A team led by researchers of Johns Hopkins University has developed a test to determine if bacteria are sick, similar to the one used to test humans for COVID-19.The findings published in Nature…

Drive-thru type test to detect viral infections in bacteria

Washington [US], February 26 (ANI): A team led by researchers of Johns Hopkins University has developed a test to determine if bacteria are sick, similar to the one used to test humans for COVID-19.The findings published in Nature…

Study finds maternal instincts lead to social life of bees

Toronto [Canada], February 26 (ANI): The maternal care of offspring is one of the behavioural drivers that has led some bee species to have an ever-expanding social life over the history of evolution, new research out of York…

Researchers identify genes that increase risk of obesity but also protect against disease

Copenhagen [Denmark], February 26 (ANI): A team of researchers - led by scientists at the University of Copenhagen and Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, New York - have identified a range of genes that are linked…

Study suggests improving water quality could help conserve insectivorous birds

Cleveland (Ohio) [US], February 26 (ANI): A new study is one of the first to find evidence for a causal link between the decline of insectivorous birds (i.e. birds preying on flying insects), the decline of emergent aquatic…

Study finds vitamin B6 may help keep COVID-19’s cytokine storms at bay

Hiroshima [Japan], February 26 (ANI): A recent study led by food scientist Thanutchaporn Kumrungsee can be the first step in showing vitamin B6's potential in lowering the odds of patients becoming seriously ill with the coronavirus.The study paper…

New study uncovers new details of SARS-CoV-2 interactions with human cells

Washington [US], February 25 (ANI): A new study published in Biophysical Society, introduces new molecular models to show what parts of SARS-CoV-2 are critical for that interaction, revealing new potential drug targets for the infection.In order to inf...

Scientists identify drugs with potential to stop plaque buildup in arteries

Ottawa [Canada], February 25 (ANI): A new clinical study led by researchers of the University of Alberta claim to have found better treatments for cardiovascular disease, the second leading cause of death in Canada.The researchers identified a new…

CRISPR could turn genes on and off with help of nanobodies

Washington (US), February 25 (ANI): Researchers from Stanford during an experimental combo designed to extend the efficacy of two promising molecular tools, attached biological nanobodies to the CRISPR DNA editing tool. The genetic tool, CRISPR has bee...

CRISPR could turn genes on and off with help of nanobodies

Washington (US), February 25 (ANI): Researchers from Stanford during an experimental combo designed to extend the efficacy of two promising molecular tools, attached biological nanobodies to the CRISPR DNA editing tool. The genetic tool, CRISPR has bee...

CRISPR could turn genes on and off with help of nanobodies

Washington (US), February 25 (ANI): Researchers from Stanford during an experimental combo designed to extend the efficacy of two promising molecular tools, attached biological nanobodies to the CRISPR DNA editing tool. The genetic tool, CRISPR has bee...

CRISPR could turn genes on and off with help of nanobodies

Washington (US), February 25 (ANI): Researchers from Stanford during an experimental combo designed to extend the efficacy of two promising molecular tools, attached biological nanobodies to the CRISPR DNA editing tool. The genetic tool, CRISPR has bee...

CRISPR could turn genes on and off with help of nanobodies

Washington (US), February 25 (ANI): Researchers from Stanford during an experimental combo designed to extend the efficacy of two promising molecular tools, attached biological nanobodies to the CRISPR DNA editing tool. The genetic tool, CRISPR has bee...

CRISPR could turn genes on and off with help of nanobodies

Washington (US), February 25 (ANI): Researchers from Stanford during an experimental combo designed to extend the efficacy of two promising molecular tools, attached biological nanobodies to the CRISPR DNA editing tool. The genetic tool, CRISPR has bee...

CRISPR could turn genes on and off with help of nanobodies

Washington (US), February 25 (ANI): Researchers from Stanford during an experimental combo designed to extend the efficacy of two promising molecular tools, attached biological nanobodies to the CRISPR DNA editing tool. The genetic tool, CRISPR has bee...