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Father of Molecular Microbial Pathogenesis Dies at 84

Father of Molecular Microbial Pathogenesis Dies at 84

Stanley Falkow who was known as the Father of Molecular MicrobialPathogenesisdied on May 5, 2018. His age was 84 when he died at his home in Portola Valley, California.His wife, Lucy Tompkins...

Are we treating Urinary Tract Infections right

Are we treating Urinary Tract Infections right

Infections are as old as mankind. The discovery of antibiotics gave us the power to control infections. Bacteriae were smarter to develop ways to escape action of antibiotics and that&rsq...

Scientists identified protein help to survive in flu

Scientists identified protein help to survive in flu

Researcher from Penn State identified a protein compound while working with lung function of mice with influenza, compound named GM-CSF - a protein that modifies the immune response to the ...

Syngene Launches new mini Multi Application Imaging System

Syngene Launches new mini Multi Application Imaging System

Syngene Bangalore based Biotech Company is a world-leading manufacturer of image analysis solutions, today launched the G:BOX mini, a compact, upgradable, multi-application system for all types of gel...

Laboratory on the Fingertips A Revolution in Healthcare

Laboratory on the Fingertips A Revolution in Healthcare

The surrounding and environment around us keep on changing and at times you may get exposed to a number of health issues. Obesity is one such problem which has now crawled into the lives of t...

Winter conceived babies increase diabetes risk in mothers: Study warns

Winter conceived babies increase diabetes risk in mothers: Study warns

According to a new research led by the University of Adelaide, women who conceive in winters are at a higher risk of developing gestational diabetes during pregnancy, increasing a range of ri...

Cranberries Identified As Potential Treatment For Bacterial Infections

Cranberries Identified As Potential Treatment For Bacterial Infections

Researcher from Worcester Polytechnic Institute identified chemical compound present in juices of Cranberries may block bacterial infections through its anti bacterial biofilm forming activit...

Use Of Certain Illegal Drug May Related With Severe Chronic Back Pain: Research Study

Use Of Certain Illegal Drug May Related With Severe Chronic Back Pain: Research Study

Researcher recently submitted study declaring that use of certain govt restricted drug named marijuana, cocaine, heroin, and methamphetamine associated with chronic back pain.

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