The research could have a meaningful impact in the field of personalized medicine.
‘In analogy to what we know from atoms, we can now combine different quantum dots (‘artificial atoms’) to form molecular-like structures,’ says Prof. Uri Banin.
Due to the range of ages, the protocols nonetheless urge extra caution in older adults in case of multiple drug interactions.
The implications of the study have the potential to be groundbreaking in the field of electronics, as it can create ways of lowering electrical resistance.
The study was published in the journal Evolution Letters, and shows that differing necessities in gender and life can influence using different voices for different reasons.
A groundbreaking clinical approach has been developed combining new diagnostic techniques to detect a leaking blood-brain barrier (BBB) with a new anti-inflammatory drug that for the first time slows or reverses age-related cognitive decline.
The small molecule reduces damaging inflammation and improves heart function in mouse models of heart attack.
BGN Technologies, BGU’s technology transfer company, announced yesterday that researchers at Ben-Gurion University of the Negev (BGU), Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center (Cincinnati Children’s), University of Cincinnati (UC), and Soroka University Medical Center, have developed a novel technology for unblocking and removing secretions from airways for the treatment of patients suffering from diseases affecting the respiratory tract such as bronchiolitis, asthma, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), and cystic fibrosis (CF).
These molecules may prevent only some of a crucial gene’s activities without affecting others.
The brain’s “reward system” is why we find such pleasure in the perfect pair of high heels at 50% off, and still continue shopping for a matching handbag that we might not really need.
Alzheimer’s disease is the most common form of dementia and is characterized by symptoms including memory loss, speech impairments, orientation problems, and an impairment of motor functions.