New research published in the journal Science Advances has revealed that a widespread marine nitrite-oxidizing bacterium, Nitrococcus, can survive in the absence of oxygen by reversing its metabolism. The bacterium possesses a unique metabolism that accounts for greenhouse gas production, the study reported.
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On a series of new chemical reactions, the technique based. To develop therapeutics, technique significantly reduces the expense and time needed from a pharmaceutically privileged yet underexplored collection of molecules.
The three-year MAJESTIC trial outcomes, presented at the Cardiovascular and Interventional Radiological Society of Europe , revealed that people whose femoropopliteal arteries treated with Boston Scientific's Eluvia paclitaxel-eluting vascular stent system experienced long-term treatment.
Oral and maxillofacial surgeon Hossein Ghaeminia of Radboud university medical centre researched the risk of complications when removing wisdom teeth.
A new research study on breast cancer awareness in India reveals that it is spreading due to delayed diagnosis. Educating men could be a solution to encourage women to seek help earlier. The study found that due to cultural and religious issues women don’t access health services and neglect their health, which in turn results in a delayed diagnosis of breast cancer.This study was published in the Journal of Business Research.
A new study published in Vaccine disclose that pregnant women who receive Influenza vaccines year after year have a weaker peak antibody response than women who do not receive the same, though mothers and their babies are well-protected at the time of delivery.
According to the studies, people with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) were identified with the help of magnetic imagining resonance (MRI). The MRI shows the difference in the brain information among ADHD patients and distinguishes among subtypes of the condition. The study was published in the journal Radiology.
To investigate the occurrence of depressive symptoms in postmenopausal women with symptomatic POP is the primary aim of the study. In addition, to identify, the factors associated with depressive symptoms in this population.
Retinoblastoma affects nearly 350 individuals each year in the United States. Genetic counseling and testing would help clarify risks of children developing eye cancer. A guideline to screen for eye tumors affecting children were developed by leading pathologists, ophthalmologists and genetics in the U.S. Detecting retinoblastoma at the earliest could save the lives and vision of many children. The guidelines are published online in Ophthalmology, the journal of the American Academy of Ophthalmology.
The study on Sindoor, published in the October edition of the American Journal of Public Health, was conducted by researchers from the School of Public Health at Rutgers who tested 118 samples of sindoor, the red colored powder used by Hindu women to place a bindi, or red dot, on their foreheads.
A new study published in the recent issue of the journal Nature Communications reveals that a molecular mechanism in kidney cells makes cancer cells resistant to drug therapy.
The researchers reported that the compounds obtained from the creosote bush had potent antiparasitic activity against giardia infection caused by protozoa and amoeba which is responsible for an often-lethal form of encephalitis. The study published in PLOS Neglected Tropical Diseases .