Keyword - Pathogens

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Viruses walk a fine line between severity and transmissibility.

TheStreet.com Jul 5 2020 - 17:23

Crestone, Inc. Secures NIH Funding for Development of Antibiotic Candidate CRS0540, a Novel Inhibitor of Bacterial DNA Replication

Business Wire Jul 1 2020 - 05:00

Made by Detroit-based Redcliffe Medical, Leaf is a transparent mask with N99+ HEPA-carbon filtration.

Mashable Jun 30 2020 - 18:55

To reduce your susceptibility to getting infected due to your footwear, you should be aware of some easy tips to disinfect your footwear as cleanin

India.com Jun 26 2020 - 05:26

A Washington State University researcher has developed new ways to detect the genetic signatures of disease in the international aquatic animal tra

UPI.com Jun 24 2020 - 08:58

As states begin to reopen bars, taprooms and restaurants in the wake of the COVID-19 shutdown, positive cases continue to rise in ma

Business Insider Jun 24 2020 - 08:18

As the SARS-CoV-2 puts a new focus on zoonotic pathogens, a Washington State University researcher has developed a method to use environmental DNA

News Medical Jun 24 2020 - 08:09

With many men working from their kitchen tables and opting for more casual work attire, ties have been gathering dust in drawers and wardrobes.

The Irish Times Jun 24 2020 - 05:14

As the SARS-CoV-2 puts new focus on zoonotic pathogens, a Washington State University researcher has developed a method to use environmental DNA (e

Phys.org Jun 24 2020 - 02:01

Unilabs Sweden, specifically the molecular lab in Skövde, has been involved in a EU-financed project called SMARTDIAGNOS.

mynewsdesk.com Jun 24 2020 - 00:30

The Research Brief is a short take about interesting academic work.

YAHOO! Jun 23 2020 - 05:36

But SARS-CoV-2, the coronavirus that causes the COVID-19 disease, sidesteps this evolutionary trade-off.

The National Interest Jun 22 2020 - 14:44

Our goal in this preliminary study was to explore if we could detect swine pathogens using a non-invasive, indirect approach through the study of s

Nature Jun 22 2020 - 02:10

As a disease without a cure or means of prevention, there is a lot we don’t know about Parkinson’s and the way it takes hold in the human body.

New Atlas Jun 21 2020 - 20:18

A new study published in the Physics of Fluids suggests that flushing toilets can send droplets from the bowl three feet into the air which is wher

Dailypedia on MSN.com Jun 20 2020 - 14:34

To start with, while some people had hoped that summer might bring a drop in covid-19 cases, in much the same way that influenza fades during warme

Times Union Jun 20 2020 - 08:23

Immuron (IMRN) provides an update on research collaboration with the Naval Medical Research Center (NMRC), previously announced in October 2019.

Seeking Alpha Jun 19 2020 - 04:53

Parkinson's disease is a common, progressive and debilitating neurodegenerative disease. It currently cannot be prevented or cured.

Medical Xpress Jun 19 2020 - 01:47

A novel finding will enable experimental studies to determine whether and how pathogens play a role in triggering Parkinson's disease.

Webindia 123 Jun 18 2020 - 21:33

A distinctive feature shared by many human pathogens is that their evolution can be observed over epidemiological time scales.

Science | AAAS Jun 18 2020 - 11:34

Gyms are germy. In one study, pathogens, including bacteria and the flu virus were found on 25 percent of gym surfaces.

New York Times Jun 18 2020 - 09:48

“The underlying operative premise is that the cause of COVID-19 and other such pathogens is not found just in the object of any one infectious agen

Countercurrents Jun 18 2020 - 07:06

coli, and viruses — norovirus and coronavirus.

Patch Jun 17 2020 - 21:59

COVID-19, as well as many other pandemics, are the result of humanity’s destruction of nature, according to a report from the World Wildlife Fund.

KTVU Jun 17 2020 - 18:27

Autoimmune diseases are currently treated using immunosuppressive drugs, which suppress the whole immune system.

YAHOO! Jun 17 2020 - 10:26

EEE can cause devastating brain damage and kills over a third of those who contract it.

WBUR Jun 16 2020 - 18:04

Chintan Parekh, MD, of The Saban Research Institute of Children's Hospital Los Angeles, has led a team of investigators that generated a compr

News Medical Jun 16 2020 - 18:02

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Patch Jun 16 2020 - 17:14

Chintan Parekh, MD, of the The Saban Research Institute of Children's Hospital Los Angeles, has led a team of investigators that generated a c

EurekAlert! Jun 16 2020 - 09:49

Rice University researchers model the role of relaxation time as T cells bind to invaders or imposters, and how their ability to differentiate betw

EurekAlert! Jun 16 2020 - 09:45

including reducing the risk of lead and pathogens in drinking water.

San Francisco Chronicle Jun 15 2020 - 17:06

T2 Biosystems, Inc. (NASDAQ:TTOO), a leader in the rapid detection of sepsis-causing pathogens, today announced three new Board of Director.

YAHOO! Jun 15 2020 - 16:49

Despite the obvious parallels with coronavirus shutdowns, states still show little determination to put in place the measures we’ll need to deal wi

Jacobin Jun 15 2020 - 14:28

A cell's membrane acts as a natural shield, a fence around the cell that protects and contains it.

Phys.org Jun 15 2020 - 09:51

HIV can be harbored in brain cells and, from there, use white blood cells to ship the infection to other organs in the body, as shown by a new stud

IFLScience Jun 15 2020 - 09:22

The WHO’s recovery manifesto isn’t about science and rationality. It’s the soul of Thomas Malthus entering public health.

The Hill Jun 15 2020 - 08:30

It’s a perfect storm setup: the idea of tons of people, where one sick person can have an impact of generating secondary cases on this immense leve

Kaiser Health News Jun 15 2020 - 07:43

But for people with autoimmune conditions, the body’s white blood cells instead perceive other cells and tissues in the body to be a threat and att

The Conversation Jun 15 2020 - 06:48

After selling out over 1.5 million units to households across Asia in 2019, Dr Clo has made its debut in Malaysia and is now available on the shelv

YAHOO! Jun 14 2020 - 18:26

The HIV virus can take refuge in the brain even when treated with antiretroviral therapies, only to later infect other organs in the body if that t

Live Science Jun 14 2020 - 04:00

As a wide array of Michigan companies have pivoted to the manufacturing of personal protective equipment to aid in the fight against COVID-19, seve

Crain's Detroit Jun 13 2020 - 21:04

The unrest that engulfed the nation following the officer-involved death of George Floyd in Minneapolis is pretty much dying down, so that means we

Townhall Jun 13 2020 - 08:25

For over a century blood transfusion has saved millions of lives.

The Canberra Times Jun 13 2020 - 07:00

Proposal calls for screening donated blood and other samples from around the world for thousands of antibodies

Science | AAAS Jun 13 2020 - 05:41

For the sake of this specific article, we're also mainly focusing on early or acute Lyme disease, the symptoms of which typically show up with

Health.com Jun 12 2020 - 13:58

Wang Linfa has researched bats and their diseases for decades, usually drawing little public attention.

New York Times Jun 12 2020 - 11:43

"Before Covid, we were cleaning and polishing, and calling it good.

Times-News Jun 12 2020 - 10:55

"COVID-19 has made it perfectly clear that we need anticipatory rather than reactive systems to protect humanity from pandemics," said Pa

Patch Jun 12 2020 - 01:06

June 11, 2020—The immune system is well known for its ability to fight foreign pathogens.

Harvard Medical School Jun 11 2020 - 13:18

Vaccines developed against TB and polio have already been used in millions of people and could offer a low-risk way to rev up the body’s first line

Washington Post Jun 11 2020 - 11:36