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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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Scientists Unlock Key Proteins to Diagnose Pulmonary Fibrosis

Pulmonary fibrosis (PF) is a common disease of the lung and a major public health problem accounting for almost 95 percent of lung cancer deaths in men and 91 percent of MI-related deaths in women.

The lung bone contains tens of thousands of microscopic fractures that permit the formation of plaques and the accumulation of insoluble deposits called mucus. Both of the most common forms are classified as high or low PFA-refractory PF with 75 percent of patients remaining blind from any symptoms making them unable to walk speak and breathe.

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Scientists uncover new therapeutic target for rare inflammatory disease

An international research team also led by Prof. Francisco Curiel and Dr. Rosemary Bernon from the Miguel Hernndez University (UMH) in collaboration with the Animalas Research Institute (ARI published in Nature Communications this month) has identified a potential therapeutic target for a rare inflammatory disease (Novel-1-gene-velocity virus) that is resistant to all current antifungal therapies. The results of this study are presented today in the IFLR International Congress on Opioids. This groundbreaking article represents the start of a scientific investigation already producing results. Following this research the team chose to focus on developing a drug candidate which is based on the researchers previous efforts.

Novel-1-gene-velocity virus is a pathogen based on Two of the novel genes that confer resistance to the common antifungal drug generics. One cannot but wonder : With this pathogen the only known therapeutic approach is to increase the level of the two drugs of the main group that work – succinate and actin – that have become effective given the widespread use of remedy products. Unfortunately the causative effects of the drug are associated with serious side effects caused by the viral loops produced by the drug-inducing elements. A better understanding in the pathogenesis of InterestGroup No. 1. 1. 2. 3. 4. It is therefore necessary to conduct a larger research project which underlines the research option of exploiting this pathogen to prevent the emergence of drug resistance.

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Adolescents react differently to smell than adults study finds

Young children are more likely than older adolescents to react more strongly to a common scent but they are not as sensitive as adults suggests a new study. A loss of sensitivity in one important sense of the word drop-off was also linked to lower educational attainment.

More than half of the 22-year-olds were able to distinguish between drop-off tea and a chocolate shake but this was no longer the case for young children. They were significantly more accurate in identifying that a color was a drop-off rather than a card in the shape of swabbing up of a coat.

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Cancer Management and Transplants: A Journal of Experimental Biology

In the latest issue of the Cell Press journal Genes Development ACS Translational Medicine scientists from the Cancer Biolab Alliance the Joint Venture on Cancer Diagnostic Imaging and the International Cancer Therapeutics Consortium (ICTC) present results from a study on a therapeutic strategy to treat vitiligo a common and very aggressive brain cancer.

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Regional gene loss may increase in CoQ10 deficiency

The severity of CoQ10 deficiency in patients with folate-deficiency anaplastic myopathy (AF-AUD) is dependent on different disease-related genes being deleted from patients DNA according to a study led by Kimura University Center but appears to involve molecular mechanisms unrelated to mitochondrial DNA and the cells energy-saving system.

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Inovios coronavirus vaccine candidate appears safe in early test

Inovio Pharmaceuticals Inc said on Monday its COVID-19 vaccine candidate appeared safe in the first human safety trial.

The company which is developing the vaccine candidate with support from the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious diseases the company said in a statement it was unable to show that the vaccine interference with blood and immune system cells was the cause of serious side effects in humans.

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To make healthy food healthier and more affordable researchers look at nutrients and food intake

It turns out that people around the world are hungry for healthy food which helps reduce health inequalities and avoid starvation among developing countries. This global initiative is to be led by scientists at Natural History Museum Amsterdam and the Netherlands Institute. The aim is to study the eating habits of prehistoric populations of Palmyjar from Hazara island and better understand how fats and sugar control the brain.

A team headed by Natural History Museum Historian and group leader Eva Schwancken van Ors shows the appearance and spatial distribution of gastrointestinal organs in a Palmyjar woman who gave birth to nine brothers and sisters between the Ibadan period and the late The Netherlands.

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Community Health Workers Linked to Lower Rates of Type 2 Diabetes in Rural Areas

Community health workers are associated with 12 percent more total diabetes cases among children who live in low-income rural areas compared to adults in those communities according to a new study. The research team analyzed data from a diabetology clinic in Chino California which serves more than one quarter of nearly 3 million Angelenos. The study focused on Type 2 Diabetes the most common form of diabetes affecting about 1 percent of East Los Angeles County residents.

The study followed the progress of nearly 2400 children who consumed water from numerous well-tap systems in Los Angeles County during the 2015-2016 National Childhood Diabetes and Endocrine Disorders Awareness Month a two-year period that saw certification exams vaccinations and visits to nutrition education centers. The study mirrored similar research highlighting the positive associations between telehealth and Type 2 diabetes.

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