The-effect-of-music-on-the-brain
The effect of music on the brain
Music is an important part of every culutres and has a large role in socialization as well. But does it have any physical effects on the brain? According to the scientists the answer is surprising. ...
Tags: brain, music, brain scanning, effect of music, brain effect of music, creativity, creativity research...
April 12, 2014
Calorimetric-methods-in-drug-discovery
Calorimetric methods in drug discovery
This study investigates new esearch methods which might replace today"s protein-ligand measurment methods. the new methods help to get more precious data with far less errors. ...
Tags: data, analysis, Calorimetric analisys, protein, protein ligand....
March 13, 2014
FDA-Approvals-are-scrutinized-in-study
FDA Approvals are scrutinized in study
Altough being accepted by FDA, it is still not sure that a drug is safe and effective. A new study shows that many of the drugs, accepted by FDA, are not examined fully and some are even dangerous. ...
Tags: FDA, approval, medicine, study...
January 22, 2014
Key-findings-in-ADHS-since-2003
Key findings in ADHS since 2003
ADHD stands for attention-deficit and hyperactivity disorder, which makes the life difficult for thousands of children in the USA. The latest figures show that the number of children who suffer from these symptoms is increasing. However, this might be the reason of more...
Tags: research, symptom, ADHD...
January 15, 2014
What-to-to-and-what-to-avoid
What to to and what to avoid
What to do and what to avoid when designing new pharmaceutical component? What shall we keep in mind during the research? A worth-to-read blogpost....
Tags: blogpost, pharma, research, blog...
January 7, 2014
Modified-T-cells-in-cancer-immunotherapy
Modified T cells in cancer immunotherapy
A group of researchers has found a way to successfully reprogram stem cells to act as T cells genetically modified specifically to target certain cancers. The results of a small Phase I human study in patients with acute lymphoblastic leukemia showed promising potentia...
Tags: cancer immunotherapy, T cells, stem cells, targeted immunotherapy, acute lymphoblastic leukemia, research...
November 29, 2013
Web20-based-opportunities-in-drug-discovery
Web2.0 based opportunities in drug discovery
Web 2.0 has sevral good opportunities for drug discovery. It is almost equal if we use it for publishing studies, boosting marketing or collecting data - the most important thing is to do it right. ...
Tags: data, web2.0, phamra marketing, marketing pharma...
April 2, 2014
How-pharma-industry-secretly-influences-your-doctor
How pharma industry secretly influences your doctor
There are many ways in which pharmaceutical companies can influence doctors. Martha Rosendberg, an insider says: secret massages, pseudo-education and spying are commonly used tools....
Tags: Doctors, drug industry, pressure, precription...
January 31, 2014
Journal-of-Dental-Health-Assotiation
Journal of Dental Health Assotiation
American Dental Health Assoitation aims to help to gain more attention on oral and dental health. Theri journal is an informative broschure both for individulas and professional readers....
Tags: individual, professional, reader, dental health, dentists....
January 15, 2014
The-Human-Protein-Atlas-contains-80-of-human-protein-coding-genes
The Human Protein Atlas: contains 80% of human protein coding genes
The Human Protein Atlas is now considered to be a milestone, as it contains more than 80% of RNA and human gene coding datas. SciLifeLab has divided it into 4 sub-atlases, which enables anybody to use it quickly. ...
Tags: RNA, DNA, Human protein coing, gene Human Protein Atlas...
January 7, 2014
Staphylococcus-aureus-infections
Staphylococcus aureus infections
Staphylococcus aureus is a bacteria which causes MRSA. This is a painful diseases, whit a mortality percentage over 32. Hospitals are dangerous, as people with weekened iimuna systems are easy to get this disease....
Tags: Staphylococcus aureus, bacteria, MRSA...
December 9, 2013
Pregnancy-infections-and-the-risk-of-early-onset-neonatal-infections
Pregnancy infections and the risk of early-onset neonatal infections
The results of a recent meta-analysis reveal that newborn infants of mothers with laboratory confirmed bacterial infection or colonization during pregnancy are at a higher risk of early-onset neonatal infection....
Tags: pregnancy, infection, neonatal, transmission to baby, early-onset neonatal infection, neonatal sepsis...
November 29, 2013
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