In patients with dry eye disease (DED), a cyclosporine A cationic emulsion (CsA CE) is well tolerated and effective, a pooled analysis of two clinical trials suggests
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Researchers have focused on the major histocompatibility complex class II (MHC II), which helps our immune system distinguish disease-related protein fragments from those belonging to our cells. For years, computational biologists have sought ways to model how proteins change shape in real time. In the past decade, they have glimpsed the possibilities as new programs, and powerful computers came online, letting researchers learn more about disease mechanisms that once eluded them.
In the study, researchers suggested that pregnant women who take certain antidepressants may unknowingly compromise the brain development of their child
Following the implementation of standardized protocols for intravenous therapy use at a pediatric rheumatology infusion center, only 1.9% of all infusions were associated with adverse events (AE's), according to findings published in Pediatric Rheumatology
Researchers from the Oslo University Hospital in Norway explore the association between exercise duration and exercise intensity and adverse outcome in patients with arrhythmogenic cardiomyopathy.
The study published in JACC: Clinical Electrophysiology suggests that high-intensity exercise is an independent marker for ventricular arrhythmia in arrhythmogenic cardiomyopathy.
Scientists have discovered that kidney cancer follows distinct evolutionary paths, enabling them to detect whether a tumor will be aggressive and revealing that the first seeds of kidney cancer are sown as early as childhood
According to a new study, researcher provides substantial evidence of significant reduction of risk of onset of dementia for African American men and women age 65 and older with hypertension when they take any of a variety of drug classes for their high blood pressure. Controlling blood pressure with any of the commonly prescribed antihypertensive medications can prevent dementia in older African-Americans with hypertension.
Investigators from McLean Hospital and Harvard Medical School found that activity in a perticular region corresponds to a patient’s response to an antidepressant. The study, published in the JAMA Psychiatry, offers hope that a noninvasive intervention can predict which individuals will or will not respond to drug treatment for depression.
Wistar researchers have found that soluble antibodies promote tumor progression by inducing accumulation of myeloid-derived suppressor cells (MDSCs) in pre-clinical cancer models. Results were published online in Cancer Immunology Research.
The new study finds that the measure of washing hands with soap or handwash to cleanse them may be ruined by the hand dryer that is spraying bacteria on the clean hands
Scientists at Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey report that the have identified novel functions of the superoxide dismutase 1 (SOD1) enzyme providing support that it could serve as a therapeutic target in the most common type of lung cancer. The study findings were presented at the American Association for Cancer Research Annual Meeting being held later this week in Chicago.
An international group of researchers led by Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory (CSHL) has identified a new genetic mutation associated with intellectual disability, developmental delay, autism spectrum disorder, abnormal facial features, and congenital cardiac anomalies