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Scientists at The Wistar Institute discovered that Early Growth Response 1 (EGR1), a protein that turns on and off specific genes during blood cell

Medical Xpress Jan 13 2021 - 11:01

JEA Senior Living and Cardinal Court are proud to announce the introduction of the GPS Needlepoint Bipolar Ionization (NBPI) technology into all ou

Digital Journal Jan 13 2021 - 10:22

In a paper published in Molecular Frontiers Journal, researchers from Cambridge, Massachusetts and Bangalore, India study the effectiveness of FEND

News Medical Jan 12 2021 - 16:36

Other companies at this year's CES, like Razer and Maskfone, have added electronic components to their masks to then call them "smart.&qu

Mashable on MSN.com Jan 12 2021 - 14:37

Authors of a new article urge researchers who conduct host-pathogen studies to adopt vouchering practices and to collaborate with natural history m

Science Daily Jan 12 2021 - 13:45

To lure back passengers, struggling transit agencies are doing everything they can to make their buses and trains clean and COVID-free.

RADIO.COM on MSN.com Jan 12 2021 - 10:50

In a paper published in Molecular Frontiers Journal, researchers from Cambridge, Massachusetts and Bangalore, India study the effectiveness of FEND

Medical Xpress Jan 12 2021 - 10:09

Worley, MD, have each received Ruth L. Kirschstein National Research Service Awards from the National Institute of Health.

University of Massachusetts Medical School Jan 12 2021 - 06:51

GHSP, a global provider of mechanical and electromechanical systems, today announced a suite of new automotive offerings to redefine vehicle safety

Business Wire Jan 11 2021 - 18:15

Panel can detect multiple variants of the SARS-CoV-2 virus, including those most recently identified in the United Kingdom, South Africa, and the U

MarketWatch Jan 11 2021 - 16:06

As if the latest deadly novel pathogen wasn’t enough, the federal health agency recently documented a summer-time outbreak of a serious, multidrug-

Fox News on MSN.com Jan 11 2021 - 13:19

The global food safety testing market is predicted to reach nearly US$ 27 Billion by 2026, owing to continual increase in number of food-borne dise

PR Newswire Jan 11 2021 - 12:00

Sol Tribe owner Alicia Cardenas has been looking for help from the Denver Department of Public Health and Environment. It's not coming.

Westword Jan 11 2021 - 09:22

Unveiled at CES, this ultraviolet light tech promises to automatically kill 99.9% of pathogens on vehicle surfaces -- including coronavirus.

CNET on MSN.com Jan 11 2021 - 06:09

ZIVO has been developing a product candidate designed to boost immune response and combatting a broad range of infective pathogens, with the goal o

Morningstar, Inc. Jan 11 2021 - 05:50

A joint research team from POSTECH and UNIST has introduced mixed-FeCo-oxide-based surface-textured nanostructures (MTex) as highly efficient magne

News Medical Jan 9 2021 - 20:34

The highly anticipated rollout of coronavirus vaccines in Florida has so far been hindered by supply issues, inconsistent communication and chaotic

Tampa Bay Times on MSN.com Jan 9 2021 - 03:24

Researchers have for the first time identified the way viruses like the poliovirus and the common cold virus 'package up' their genetic c

News Medical Jan 8 2021 - 17:35

ION Immune Defense, a new immune support formula that has a unique blend of natural extracts.

Associated Press Jan 8 2021 - 15:56

We believe this technology will be vital to helping businesses and at-risk populations,” explains Kryptolights Co-Founder Shey Godoy.

Associated Press Jan 8 2021 - 12:39

"We believe this technology will be vital to helping businesses and at-risk populations," explains Kryptolights Co-Founder Shey Godoy.

Digital Journal Jan 8 2021 - 12:23

Reportlinker.com announces the release of the report "Global Food Safety Testing Market (by Contaminants, Pathogens, Type

Benzinga.com Jan 8 2021 - 00:16

New York-based Radiant UVC, a manufacturer of UVC disinfection products, is helping restaurants, schools and other businesses to protect against th

Associated Press Jan 7 2021 - 22:48

(GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- T2 Biosystems, Inc.

Associated Press Jan 7 2021 - 22:43

Bumble bees in low-quality landscapes with fewer flowers and places for nesting have more diseases and parasites, researchers say.

Futurity News Jan 7 2021 - 09:47

The vaccines have arrived, and that gives us hope of reining in the spread of coronavirus.

Gulf News on MSN.com Jan 7 2021 - 09:03

(GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Iterum Therapeutics plc (Nasdaq: ITRM) (the Company), a clinical-stage pharmaceutical company focused on developing next genera

Associated Press Jan 7 2021 - 08:01

UT Southwestern scientists have developed a new method to study the molecular characteristics of T cells, critical immune cells that recognize and

News Medical Jan 6 2021 - 16:56

Repeat. This routine is all too normal for businesses right now.

Newswire Today Jan 6 2021 - 11:50

UT Southwestern scientists have developed a new method to study the molecular characteristics of T cells, critical immune cells that recognize and

Medical Xpress Jan 6 2021 - 10:20

Senti Biosciences, a company developing cancer therapies using a new programmable biology platform, said it has raised $105 million in a new round

TechCrunch on MSN.com Jan 6 2021 - 04:22

This routine is all too normal for businesses right now.

Associated Press Jan 6 2021 - 02:34

Impact of COVID-19, Company Profiles - Forecast to 2026” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.

Associated Press Jan 6 2021 - 02:04

Aerosolized medications during COVID-19 are no longer permitted because of the fear of transmitting the disease.

Benzinga.com Jan 6 2021 - 00:07

Air purifiers have become popular in homes, but the Luft Duo can even keep the air in your car cleaner thanks to its small and portable design.

Digital Trends Jan 5 2021 - 13:13

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. and BANGALORE, India, Jan. 5, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Sensory Cloud, a Cambridge-based health technology start-up and maker of

Business Insider Jan 5 2021 - 07:37

Crop plants and animals can be infected by bacterial pathogens that reduce yield, cause food wastage, and carry human pathogens that spread disease

EurekAlert! Jan 4 2021 - 14:00

Researchers from NHGRI, Oxford University and other National Institutes of Health centers have developed and tested a new method to predict hospita

National Human Genome Research Institute Jan 4 2021 - 10:03

Industrial Maid is having one of its best months in the last 16 years thanks to increased awareness of filtration systems that can neutralize COVID

Lincoln Journal Star Jan 4 2021 - 07:04

Researchers have estimated the burden of disease from certain foodborne pathogens in the Netherlands in 2019.

Food Safety News Jan 4 2021 - 04:00

The "Global Food Safety Testing Market (by Contaminants, Pathogens, Type of Food Tested, Technology/Method, Region), Impact

Benzinga.com Jan 4 2021 - 01:08

The Asian tiger mosquito does not pose a major risk for Zika virus epidemics, according to a study published December 31 in the open-access journal

News Medical Jan 3 2021 - 21:45

Multiple bouts of blood feeding by mosquitoes shorten the incubation period for malaria parasites and increase malaria transmission potential, acco

News Medical Jan 3 2021 - 21:26

A Cortland business has found success selling ventilation equipment to reduce the spread of COVID-19.

SFGate Jan 2 2021 - 22:05

These novel drugs work by improving the immune system's natural ability to fight pathogens while also battling the infection directly.

Labroots Jan 1 2021 - 15:46

Multiple bouts of blood feeding by mosquitoes shorten the incubation period for malaria parasites and increase malaria transmission potential, acco

Medical Xpress Dec 31 2020 - 11:05

SINGAPORE — Covid-19 will not be the world's last pandemic. Many of us may even live to see the next one, but we are unlikely to be any more p

Philippine Daily Inquirer Dec 30 2020 - 20:10

And so we’ll start this year’s Medgadget’s Best Medical Technologies of 2020 with a focus on dealing with COVID-19.

Medgadget Dec 30 2020 - 12:17

This question has always been important as pathogens are a consistent threat to agriculture, limiting how much food is produced and where crops can

EurekAlert! Dec 29 2020 - 09:08

Survival of respiratory viral pathogens in expelled saliva microdroplets is central to their transmission, yet the factors that determine survival

Nature Dec 29 2020 - 03:47