Friday, November 22, 2019
According to a latest study, the community of living bacteria, or in other words, "microbiome" existing in the cervix of a woman might constitute the primary reason behind her risk of developing cervical cancer. In order to conduct this study, researchers have used analysis of genes in order to...
A group of researchers from the Columbia University and Harvard have collaboratively developed a chemical method in order to translate visible light into infrared energy and further permit the harmless radiation to pierce living tissue and other resources with no damage rooted by high-intensity light exposure. The study published...
Researchers have formed one easy blood test that can help in detecting when a recently transplanted lung is being refused by a patient. This test is unique as it can be helpful even when no outward symptoms of this rejection are apparent. The latest test might make it possible...
Chronic liver disease is recognized as the soundless killer, as it displays no obvious signs until the disease has developed to an enhanced level. Hence, making a proper analysis in the early phase of disease development can be a clinical hurdle. A global team of scientists, associated with UNIST,...