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Conceived Via Assisted Reproduction Is Not Likely Influence Gene Activity

One in 25 Australian children are now conceived by reproductive treatments such as IVF. These reproductive technologies appear to leave a biological “signature” on several gene that can be measured at birth. This may explain why assisted conception increases the chance of early delivery; low birth weight and congenital abnormalities and the question has remained…

Medical genetics

Assisted Reproduction Technology Leaves Its Mark On Genes

The study find that the effect that assisted reproduction technology has on babies’ genes is largely corrected by adulthood, new research led by the Murdoch Children’s Research Institute has found. Published in the latest edition of Nature Communications, therefore the study found events that occur in early development, including ovarian stimulation, manipulation of the embryo and…

Restoring Process In A Gene Altering In Down Syndrome Seen In Mouse

Restoring Process In A Gene Altering In Down Syndrome Seen In Mouse

The research study showing that the restoring process in a gene altering in Down syndrome; rescues the adult neurogenesis and learning and memory defects in mice. Where the researchers explaining the restoring a gene altered in Down syndrome called the Down syndrome critical region 1 (DSCR1) rescued adult neurogenesis and learning and memory defects in…

Recession

Recession Show Increases In Symptoms Of Depression, Anxiety

The research findings, published in Clinical Psychological Science; a journal of the Association for Psychological Science, reveal declines in mental health that were still evident several years after the official end of the recession; but were obscured when examining trends in population-level data. “The study provides a new perspective on the impact of The Great…

Kinase Inhibitors Can Help Patients With Advance Lung Cancer

Kinase Inhibitors Can Help Patients With Advance Lung Cancer

Drugs called tyrosine kinase inhibitors can help certain patients with advance lung cancer live longer and better. But high out-of-pocket costs might stand in the way, a preliminary study suggests. Researchers find that of 106 patients who start tyrosine kinase inhibitors (TKIs) for advance lung cancer; one quarter with the highest out of pocket costs…

Athletes Are Exposed To Excess Ultraviolet Exposure

Athletes Are Exposed To Excess Ultraviolet Exposure

Athletes; The incidence of melanoma and nonmelanoma skin cancers is increasing worldwide. Ultraviolet light exposure is the most important risk factor for cutaneous melanoma and nonmelanoma skin cancers. Nonmelanoma skin cancer includes basal cell carcinoma and squamous cell carcinoma. Constitutive skin color and genetic factors, as well as immunological factors, play a role in the…

Chronic coronary syndromes

Detrimental Impact Of Pollution, Noise On Chronic Coronary Syndromes

Air pollution and environmental noise increase the risk of heart attack and stroke, so policies and regulations are needed to minimize both. Patients with chronic coronary syndromes should avoid areas with heavy traffic congestion and may consider wearing a respirator face mask. Air purifiers with high efficiency particulate air filters used to reduce indoor pollution.…

Revealing Of High Quality Fabrication Of Nanocomposites

Revealing Of High Quality Fabrication Of Nanocomposites

According to the study the researchers revealing; the insights into high quality fabrication of nanocomposites. Metal matrix nanocomposites (MMNCs) are increasingly using in industries; such as automotive, aerospace and military due to their excellent combination of high strength; thermal stability, ductility and isotropy. However, despite MMNCs’ superior properties and growing interest; the complex processing and…

Increased Prevention In Nepal Controlling Hepatitis B

Increased Prevention In Nepal Controlling Hepatitis B

According to the world health organization (WHO) it is felicitating; that Nepal for its achievement in controlling Hepatitis B. As Nepal’s Health Ministry was felicitated by World Health Organizations (WHO); on Tuesday for its achievement being one of the first four countries in controlling deadly Hepatitis B. Sri Lanka was recognized for eliminating measles; Bangladesh,…

New Pathological Mediator Of Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis

New Pathological Mediator Of Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis

According to the research study, this developing an new pathological mediator of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS); finding and which could have further implications for understanding the molecular breakdown that gives rise to the neurodegenerative disease that affects nearly half a million people around the world. Motor neurons populate the base of the brain and along…

WNT Signaling Pathways Play Important Roles In Cell Growth

WNT Signaling Pathways Play Important Roles In Cell Growth

According to the study, WNT signaling pathways play important roles in cell growth, development and cancer. The classical or canonical WNT pathway and its atypical; non-canonical counterpart share a protein called DVL2 that “transduces” or converts one kind of signal to another. shown that two other proteins; USP9X and WWP1, act on DVL2 to regulate…