Saturday, August 8, 2020

Study: Novel antibacterial drugs — (Details)

Researchers at the University of Eastern Finland have developed novel antibacterial compounds, focusing on the role of LsrK kinase. LsrK kinase is a...

Study: Instant soups and noodles responsible for burning nearly 10,000 children each year —...

Microwavable instant soup products cause at least two out of every 10 scald burns that send children to emergency departments each year, according...

Study: How cancer-causing papillomaviruses evolved — (Details)

Cancer-causing human papillomaviruses (HPVs) diverged from their most recent common ancestors approximately half a million years ago, roughly coinciding with the timing of...

Study: Connectivity in the dentate gyrus supports pattern separation — (Details)

When you park in the office car park, you usually have no problem finding your car again at the end of the day....

Study: Older fathers associated with increased birth risks, study reports — (Details)

A decade of data documenting live births in the United States links babies of older fathers with a variety of increased risks at...

Study: Cancer drug insight tactic could spell double trouble for tumors — (Details)

A new way of identifying potential cancer drugs could streamline the development of therapies, following a discovery by scientists. Researchers have devised a way...

Study: Searching in soil, scientists find a new way to combat tuberculosis — ...

For decades, doctors have been using antibiotics to fight tuberculosis (TB). And consistently, the microbe responsible for the disease, Mycobacterium tuberculosis, has been...

Study: High-tech microscope reveals receptor in action, with focus on drug development — ...

Serotonin (3A) receptors are common drug targets in the treatment of pain, gastrointestinal dysfunctions, and mood disorders yet little is known about their...

Study: Strong ability to detect and perceive motion may prevent pilot disorientation — ...

A new study led by researchers at Massachusetts Eye and Ear found that good performance on a piloting task was associated with lower...

Study: The Mincle receptor provides protective immunity against Group A Streptococcus — (Details)

Group A Streptococcus (GAS), sometimes known as "flesh-eating bacteria," causes invasive infections that result in high mortality. GAS is susceptible to many...

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