venerdì, Luglio 30, 2021

Vesatolimod a knockout punch to HIV

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With a global focus on strategies to curb expansion of a fast-moving coronavirus pandemic, the question again has arisen: What more is being done...

Higher body fat leads to increased atrophy of the brain’s gray...

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It’s the global epidemic that affects two in every five adults, but as obesity continues to expand waistlines worldwide, researchers at the University of...

Opioids like oxycodone are prescribed to pregnant women to treat pain...

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Mice exposed to the opioid oxycodone before birth experience permanent changes in behavior and gene expression. The new research published in eNeuro highlights a need...

Moderna amplia il suo studio sul vaccino COVID-19 nei bambini più...

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Moderna ha detto lunedì che prevede di espandere le dimensioni del suo studio sul vaccino COVID-19 nei bambini più piccoli per rilevare meglio gli...

Moderna expand its COVID-19 vaccine study in younger children to better...

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Moderna said Monday it plans to expand the size of its COVID-19 vaccine study in younger children to better detect rare side effects, such...

The benefits of developing COVID-19 vaccines delivered in an intranasal mist

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A microbiologist and an immunologist from the University of Alabama at Birmingham have published a Perspective piece in the journal Science outlining the possible...

Sinopharm vaccine offers poor protection from COVID-19 among the elderly

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A new study suggests that a Sinopharm vaccine offers poor protection from COVID-19 among the elderly, raising questions for dozens of countries that have...

COVID-19: Why Do Some People Get Seriously Ill?

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The body's first encounter with SARS-CoV-2, the virus behind COVID-19, happens in the nose and throat, or nasopharynx. A new study in the journal...

The efficacy of Loncastuximab tesirine to treat aggressive B-cell lymphoma

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MUSC Hollings Cancer Center was one of 28 clinical sites around the world that participated in the LOTIS-2 trial to test the efficacy of...

COVID-19 increase hyperglycemia after infection

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Researchers are observing a new long-term health concern in patients hospitalized with COVID-19 - an increase in new-onset hyperglycemia lasting months after infection. An Italian...