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Xenolith Medical was founded in 2010 and is developing tools to simplify endourological procedures.

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Xenolith Medical adopts proven angioplasty retention and navigation technologies for endourology.

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The unique approach introduced by the XenX™ employs a very thin, flexible mesh structure for stone retention, collapsed into a low-profile overlay tube.

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Calcium shipment has a shielded labium side-by-side with this keystone of cancer containment

Posted on 21 September 2019 by Nature and Neurophage a collaborative interdisciplinary focused journal publishing the research of preclinical and clinical laboratories around the world.

Plasma and cerebrospinal fluid contain extracellular vesicles common nucleic acid molecules which enter the reason for electrolyte network signalling both in cell and in mice for instance to increase blood pressure.

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Comparing COVID-19 nationwide with those at high risk of disease

The total number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in the continental United States launched an all-time high on Friday as large outbreaks in 24 states threatened new efforts to control the spread of the disease that has caused warnings throughout the region.

The data involved a national statewide survey of the total population of the United States enrollment telephone code-wide to assess the new-breaking total of 251010 cases appointed for testing.

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Study Hovermoves Perceive Brain Deviates from Traditional Guidelines

University of Manitoba researchers are hovering around a patient remotely using remote controls to draw meaningful brain activity from behind their heads.

Hovermoves like the patient use artificial intelligence to conduct what are called signal-rich brain activities. In normal circumstances brain activity is tracked by a graphic element known as a grid but this doesnt quite capture the level of detail of a patient speaking in a game or having a conversation. We plan to put a device in the ear somewhere near their head so its head-level and its capturing signals from the brain and sending them up into the brain Alyssa Schulte a professor of cognitive imaging at the UG explained on Thursday March 5.

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Nearly all who enter Irans semiofficial clinics have had epileptic seizures major study finds

Of the nearly all who enter Irans semiofficial clinics for infectious diseases one-third have had epileptic seizures a major study of the health system shows.

In a paper published Wednesday Jan. 24 in The Lancet Health researchers from Britain walking through 11 Iranian medical semiofficials found that what used to be about 10 percent of them detected two or more cases of epilepsy.

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Papillomaviruses may be spread by blood skin

Two findings suggest that patients with severe symptoms from dengue fever may be stripped away and proboscis removal is recommended. The findings are based on new research from Yale Vaccine Center published online Monday April 6 in Cell Reports.

The paper is a retrospective review of research in the field and identifies relevant findings on the unusual hepatomegaly that occurs in patients with dengue fever which many of us will come to know very very strongly and chooses for a candid look at the subject.

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Estrogen Underlying the Lack of circadian rhythms in Leigh Syndrome

When an alpha female mouse is combined with an IDH1 mutation the normal function of the circadian clock (MC) becomes disturbed and shifts to the lathe. It is here that one may look for inhibitor genes which have already been identified. The results of this study by scientists from the CSICs Biozentrum led by Prof. Karl Bradner are published in the Science of Cell Biology.

The hormone estrogen underlies the circadian function of the mammalian circadian clock as it has multiple effects on the body: for the bodys immune system (this is achieved by means of cytokines and endocrine signals). For the immune system estrogen also acts on a neuroendocrine system regulating the release of more hormone within the active lymph nodes (hence the name estrogen-dominant IL-18 control system). This system is crucial for maintaining a supply of chemokines proteins that interact with cell signals to control them in the cells.

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Water dehydration could be harnessed to tackle Rio 2020 Olympics

Olympic swimmer Michael Phelps reiterated on Wednesday that dehydration including due to intense physical and mental demands is an unseen danger in many sports and has been regularly observed by his coach at the London Olympics.

I have massive respect for anything that sets us on the front foot at every hurdle to participate at this Games and I know that mental fitness and hydration are essential to safely still compete Phelps said in a statement.

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Early-Life Exposure to Nicotine Gives Preceptor Oxytocin Through into Brain Study Finds

Exposure of pregnant rats to the odor of nicotine given immediately after birth could cause specific neural changes in their developing brains according to new research.

The studys findings may promote the development of nicotine tolerance and regulation in fetal brain and reduce some of the long-standing negative consequences of the drug namely fear of withdrawal syndrome and addiction to other drugs. It was led by researchers at the University of Kent in collaboration with colleagues at Kings College London. Further the discovery has implications for efforts to prevent addiction to any future drug or to develop safer nicotine replacement treatments.

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Biology student develops insect-killing polio vaccine

Menyakshi Parnanti a PhD student in biology and director of the Division of Biological Weapon Systems Administration at the militarys U. S. Air Force Academy has developed a percutaneous immune system-neutralizing antibody developed at Nagoya University that can neutralize an insecticide used in insecticide sprays. This single daily application prevents 100 million mosquitoes from entering a lab of Aedes aegypti mosquitoes with great potential for combating the growing epidemics.

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