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Food-borne pathogens are the leading cause of illness and death in developing countries.

National Institutes of Health Oct 17 2021 - 07:21

Many biotrophic fungal and oomycete plant pathogens deliver effector proteins directly into host cells during infection.

National Institutes of Health Oct 16 2021 - 14:44

In 'Infectious', Dr. John S. Tregoning mentions how the human body is cornered on all sides by nature-borne attackers.

ThePrint on MSN.com Oct 16 2021 - 01:12

Helminth infections are ubiquitous worldwide and can trigger potent immune responses that differ from and potentially antagonize host protective re

National Institutes of Health Oct 15 2021 - 11:11

Dr Raman Gangakhedkar, a former head scientist at the ICMR, is among 26 names proposed by the world health body for its Scientific Advisory Group f

Hindustan Times on MSN.com Oct 15 2021 - 03:54

Mumbai: India’s leading epidemiologist, Dr Raman Gangakhedkar, will be part of a 26-member expert team put together by World Health Organisation (W

India Times Oct 14 2021 - 16:21

Dr Gangakhedkar, who is based in Pune, retired as the head of epidemiology and communicable diseases at the ICMR in June last year.

The Indian Express on MSN.com Oct 14 2021 - 13:56

Dr Raman Gangakhedkar, a leading Indian epidemiologist, has been named to an expert group launched by the WHO that will examine the origins of emer

Oneindia Oct 14 2021 - 09:41

Dr Raman Gangakhedkar, a leading Indian epidemiologist, has been named to an expert group launched by the WHO that will examine origins of emerging

NDTV Oct 14 2021 - 08:37

The SAGO will advise WHO on the development of a global framework to define and guide studies into the origins of emerging and re-emerging pathogen

India Times Oct 14 2021 - 08:16

Gangakhedkar, the former head of epidemiology and communicable diseases at the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR), is the Dr C.G.Pandit Nati

The New Indian Express Oct 14 2021 - 08:15

The World Health Organization on Wednesday named 26 scientists to a new advisory body devoted to understanding the origins of covid-19 and other fu

Arkansas Democrat-Gazette Oct 14 2021 - 01:59

T (WHO) has announced the names proposed by it for a team of experts, which it described as the world's “last chance” to determine the origins

Hindustan Times on MSN.com Oct 13 2021 - 19:24

The World Health Organisation on Wednesday proposed 26 experts to form its new Scientific Advisory Group for the Origins of novel pathogens, includ

U.S. News & World Report Oct 13 2021 - 18:17

GENEVA: The World Health Organisation on Wednesday (Oct 13) proposed 26 experts to form its new Scientific Advisory Group for the Origins of novel

Channel NewsAsia Singapore Oct 13 2021 - 18:08

Following a public call for experts, the World Health Organization (WHO), yesterday announced proposed members of the WHO

Middle East North Africa Financial Network Oct 13 2021 - 16:35

The World Health Organisation on Wednesday proposed 26 experts to form its new Scientific Advisory Group for the Origins of novel pathogens, includ

Khaleej Times on MSN.com Oct 13 2021 - 13:55

The World Health Organization (WHO) said on Wednesday its newly formed advisory group on dangerous pathogens may be "our last chance" to

NDTV Oct 13 2021 - 09:25

The World Health Organization announced on Wednesday that it has proposed 26 experts to its New Scientific Advisory Group for the Origins of novel

teletrader.com Oct 13 2021 - 08:21

The World Health Organisation on Wednesday proposed 26 experts to form its new Scientific Advisory Group for the Origins of novel pathogens, includ

The Daily Star Oct 13 2021 - 06:41

The World Health Organisation on Wednesday proposed 26 experts to form its new Scientific Advisory Group for the Origins of novel pathogens, includ

NDTV Oct 13 2021 - 06:21

My response to the letter by Wendy Smith against wearing masks, dated Oct.

Coeur d'Alene/Post Falls Press Oct 13 2021 - 01:00

Dayo Ojerinde Published 13 October 2021Global Emerging Pathogens Treatment Consortium in partnership with the Lagos State Ministry of Health is set

The Punch on MSN.com Oct 12 2021 - 17:00

Sixth Wave Innovations Inc.

YAHOO!Finance Oct 12 2021 - 04:00

Aegis Sciences Corporation has expanded its molecular testing capabilities to identify pathogens in the respiratory and urogenital health spaces.

YAHOO!Finance Oct 11 2021 - 11:23

Like other organisms, bacteria have to take nutrients up from the environment and use them in various metabolic processes, which have long been tho

Labroots Oct 11 2021 - 07:00

It used to be that allergies were somewhat rare but if you go to an allergist today, you are almost certain to be declared allergic, or at least se

Science 2.0 Oct 11 2021 - 04:42

Our tests indicate that these liquid-metal copper-coated fabrics demonstrate superior antimicrobial performance compared to other copper-coated sur

Materials Today Oct 11 2021 - 03:12

New research has found that pathogens that form biofilms can evolve to survive nanosilver treatment.

Nanowerk Oct 10 2021 - 23:46

A new study published in the journal Nature attempted to investigate memory B cell evolution 5 months after vaccination with mRNA vaccines such as

News Medical Oct 10 2021 - 19:50

The Nitrile Gloves Market is slated to reach US 26 7 Billion at a CAGR of 24 between 2020 to 2030 The present scenario is that of consumers driving

openpr.com Oct 10 2021 - 19:36

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Northwest Indiana Times Oct 8 2021 - 16:45

Inventions including sanitizing products and a robot that can navigate the ground and the air are being recognized locally.

Arizona Daily Star Oct 8 2021 - 11:00

A new preprint deals with the characterization of neutrophil phenotypes in an attempt to provide biomarkers that can predict severe disease in pati

News Medical Oct 8 2021 - 08:01

A new Oregon State University study on foot-and-mouth disease among buffalo in South Africa could help explain how certain extremely contagious pat

The World Oct 7 2021 - 21:30

In response to COVID-19, international organisations (eg, WHO and G20) have convened multiple expert panels tasked with objectives such as assessin

The Lancet Oct 7 2021 - 17:48

To enhance the early detection of novel infectious bacteria that could cause outbreaks of infectious disease and public health emergencies, a team

EurekAlert! Oct 7 2021 - 17:00

Because of complex interactions of climate variables at the levels of the pathogen, vector, and host, the potential influence of climate change on

National Institutes of Health Oct 7 2021 - 12:46

The food testing kits market was valued at USD 1.58 Billion in 2016.

XING Oct 7 2021 - 12:29

The National Institutes of Health has awarded $6.7 million to Colorado State University for a new facility to study bats.

Colorado State University Oct 7 2021 - 08:30

Developing biosynthetic technology holds the power to wipe out our species — a power previously reserved to only a select few world leaders with ac

Daily Cardinal Oct 7 2021 (All day)

More than 60 years ago, the Nobel Prize-winning biologist Peter Medawar posed what has become known as the immunological paradox of pregnancy.

New York Times Oct 6 2021 - 22:00

The world has gained a new weapon in the war on malaria, among the oldest known and deadliest of infectious diseases: the first vaccine shown to he

Texarkana Gazette Oct 6 2021 - 21:32

The New York Red Bulls and Red Bull Arena announced today partnerships with Applied Silver, Inc.

New York Red Bulls Oct 6 2021 - 16:55

For a long time, methyl bromide was relied upon heavily as the most effective tool in strawberry production for controlling soil-born plant pathoge

Growing Produce Oct 6 2021 - 16:47

► approximately 70% of emerging infectious diseases are zoonoses ► factors in infectious disease emergence include globalization of travel, trade,

National Institutes of Health Oct 6 2021 - 11:21

The World Health Organization on Wednesday endorsed the first ever vaccine to prevent malaria, debuting a tool that could save the lives of tens of

New York Times Oct 6 2021 - 08:50

NYU Langone’s Antimicrobial-Resistant Pathogens Program identifies new ways to prevent and combat infections that are resistant to medicine.

New York University Oct 6 2021 - 05:38

Randy CarnellLaboratory medicine scientists look through the window of equipment used in analyzing virus samples.

News Medical Oct 5 2021 - 22:06

A new 5-year coordinated research project (CRP) on biological toxins (biotoxins) and foodborne pathogens that will start in January 2022 is now ope

iaea.org Oct 5 2021 - 13:48