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Drug Therapy Target Reverses Osteoporosis In Mice

Drug Therapy Target Reverses Osteoporosis In Mice

The study discovering a pharmaceutical target that, when activating; can reverse bone degradation caused by osteoporosis in mouse models of the disease. The most widely used drugs currently approving by the FDA to treat osteoporosis can prevent further bone loss, but they don’t help rebuild the bone. Despite its apparent rigidity, bone is living tissue constantly being…

Complex Systemic Response To Infection Leading To Organ Failure

Complex Systemic Response To Infection Leading To Organ Failure

The researchers studying that the organ crosstalk leading; to a deeper understanding of sepsis. As Sepsis, a complex systemic response to infection leading to organ failure; is generally studying at the level of individual organs; this research has hinting at altering metabolic changes. But by using two-pronged approach and investigating for the first time the…

Alzheimer's Drug Reverses The Brain Damage In Rats

Alzheimer’s Drug Reverses The Brain Damage In Rats

Research study revealing that the Alzheimer’s drug; reversing brain damage in rats exposing to alcohol during adolescence. By drug using to slow cognitive decline in adults with Alzheimer’s disease; appearing to the reverse brain inflammation; and the neuron damage in rats exposing to alcohol during adolescence. Then researchers sought to understanding how intermittent binge drinking…

Enhancing Of The Neuron Recovery In Rats After Blood Flow Stalls

Enhancing Of The Neuron Recovery In Rats After Blood Flow Stalls

The research study stating that the enhancing of the neuron recovery in rats after blood flow stalls. The study that finding a way to help rats recover neurons; in the brain’s center of learning and memory. They accomplishing the feat by blocking a molecule; that controling how efficiently genetic instructions are using to build proteins.…

Glial Cells As Critical Players In Brain's Response To Social Stress

Glial Cells As Critical Players In Brain’s Response To Social Stress

In the research study the researchers identifying that the glial cells; as critical players in brain’s response to social stress. Study exposure to violence, social conflict, and other stressors increase risk for psychiatric conditions such as depression and post traumatic stress disorder. Not everyone who experiences significant stress will develop such a response. But however,…

Research Proving Single Enzyme Helping Drive Inflammation In Mice

Research Proving Single Enzyme Helping Drive Inflammation In Mice

Research study showing that the single enzyme helping drive inflammation in mice; providing the target for new sepsis drugs. As sepsis occurring when the body going overboard in its attempt to fight off an infection. Immune cells rush in, overreact and wreak havoc on tissues and organs; often resulting in organ failure and death. Inflammation…

Restricting Blood Glucose Levels Might Also Keep Certain Cancers At Bay

Restricting Blood Glucose Levels Might Also Keep Certain Cancers At Bay

According to the preclinical research study; suggesting that anti-cancer effect of keto diet. By keeping blood glucose levels in check can help individuals avoid or manage diabetes. These finally suggesting that restricting blood glucose levels might also keep certain cancers at bay. Researchers restricting circulating glucose in mice with lung cancer. Circulating glucose restriction was…

Tracking Immune Cells In The Blood Of Mice With A Disease

Tracking Immune Cells In The Blood Of Mice With A Disease

The study showing that the immune cells may reduce the friendly fire that drives autoimmune disease; Stimulating these protective cells could lead to new therapies for diseases in which the immune system attacks the body’s own tissues; such as multiple sclerosis and celiac disease. By tracking immune cells in the blood of mice with a…

Research Study On Asbestosis Toxicity In Mouse

Research Study Showing Asbestosis Toxicity In Mouse

The study of the asbestosis toxicity identifying; the potential of novel mineral treatment in the mouse. A proportion of idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis cases; may be linked with asbestos exposure. That current treatment strategies need to be altered as people with a history of asbestos exposure are not currently able to access new treatments for idiopathic…

Engineered Mini Livers To Study Disease And Therapeutics

Engineered Mini Livers To Study Disease And Therapeutics

The research study first to grow genetically engineered mini livers; to study the disease and therapeutics of the drugs. This study detailing that grow genetically modifying miniature human livers in the laboratory; to emulate human liver disease progression and test therapeutics. This describing that how they transformed genetically engineered human cells into the functional, 3-D…

Mouse Model Showing Pancreatic Cancer Invading The Tissues

Mouse Model Showing Pancreatic Cancer Invading The Tissues

The research study showing that the gene mutations induce pathways; that enhance pancreatic cancer ability to invade tissues and evade the immune system. But by this the study reporting that the molecular details of this process; providing insights into druggable targets for immunotherapies. But the mutation in the genes KRAS; and TP53 are closely linking…