SOLIAIR-Alternative-Pulmonary-and-Lung-Infections-Treatment
SOLIAIR™: Alternative Pulmonary and Lung Infections Treatment!
Respiratory infections are an important factor in worsening the clinical course of chronic lung disease. Patients taking SOLIAIR™ reported a decrease in seasonal infections of the respiratory tract!...
Tags: drug development, drug discovery, medicine development, lung infections recovery, respiratory Diseases solution, breathing disorders treatment, asthma treatment, COPD solution, bronchitis therapy, COPD cure, ...
November 1, 2013
Parkinson-disease-there-may-be-two-different-forms-of-the-disease
Parkinson disease: there may be two different forms of the disease
A discovery of the existence of two different types of alpha-synuclein aggregates, which differ in their toxicity for dopaminergic neurons, may explain varying symptoms of Parkinson’s disease from one patient to another, and it could lead to advances in diagnosis and ...
Tags: Parkinson disease, parkinsons, research, discovery, alpha synuclein ...
October 16, 2013
Combining-gene-therapy-and-stem-cell-treatment-for-wound-healing
Combining gene therapy and stem cell treatment for wound healing
Researchers have menaged to quicken wound healing in elderly mice with diabetic wounds by using gene therapy combined with an infusion of stem cells. This discovery could potentially lead to better treatments for people with difficult to heal wounds....
Tags: gene therapy, stem cells, treatment, wound healing, wounds, research...
October 16, 2013
Epigenetic-markers-another-step-forward-to-personalised-cancer-treatment
Epigenetic markers, another step forward to personalised cancer treatment
Specific DNA"tags", known as epigenetic markers, present on DNA in patients’ tumors could help doctors assess which type of chemotherapy women with advanced ovarian cancer should receive, as well as whether their cancer is likely to come back....
Tags: epigenetic markers, DNA, tags, methylation, cancer, CpG islands, ovarian cancer...
October 16, 2013
Potential-new-strategy-for-improving-stem-cell-therapy-in-cardiovascular-diseases
Potential new strategy for improving stem cell therapy in cardiovascular diseases
Researchers have discovered that encapsulating mesenchymal stem cells in capsules made of alginate, a gel-like substance, makes them more effective as regenerative therapy after heart attack in an animal model....
Tags: stem cell therapy, cardiovascular diseases, MSC, mesenchymal stem cells, heart attack, research...
October 13, 2013
Potential-new-target-for-cancer-therapy-discovered
Potential new target for cancer therapy discovered
Researchers at Spanish National Cancer Research Center have decoded a new mechanism that regulates cell division, and identified its key molecule, Greatwall, as a potential target for oncology treatments....
Tags: cell division, new mechanism, Greatwall, potential target, oncology, cancer, treatment, research, discovery...
October 11, 2013
SOLIAIR-Breathing-Made-Easy
SOLIAIR™ - Breathing Made Easy!
COPD and Asthma are Common Diseases and Has No Cure Yet! It is estimated that 340 million people worldwide suffer from those diseases. Respiratory Infection increases the mortality of these diseases!...
Tags: drug development, drug discovery, medicine development, lung infections medicine, respiratory diseases drug, breathing disorders treatment, healthcare investment, healthcare start up, business opportunities, ...
November 1, 2013
PERK-inhibitor-prevents-neurodegeneration-in-mice
PERK inhibitor prevents neurodegeneration in mice
Scientists have discovered that an existing compound, a PERK inhibitor, which blocks a pathway associated with brain cell death is able to prevent neurodegeneration in mice. This could be a big step forward for treating neurodegenerative diseases....
Tags: PERK inhibitor, neurodegeneration, prevention, mice, research, neurodegenerative diseases...
October 16, 2013
The-discovery-of-new-biomarkers-for-early-detection-of-ovarian-cancer
The discovery of new biomarkers for early detection of ovarian cancer
Researchers have identified five new protein biomarkers present in serum of the patients with ovarian cancer which could be used in the future for rapid, non-invasive and effective early detection of this type cancer....
Tags: ovarian cancer, early detection, serum, blood, biomarkers, new biomarkers...
October 16, 2013
New-imaging-technique-for-detection-of-early-response-to-cancer-treatment
New imaging technique for detection of early response to cancer treatment
The newly developed optical metabolic imaging (OMI) technique measures metabolic activity in cancer cells and can differentiate breast cancer subtypes and make sensitive and accurate measurement of drug action as early as two days after therapy administration....
Tags: OMI, optical, metabolic, imaging, technique, metabolic activity, cancer cells, measurement, drug action, response, treatment...
October 16, 2013
Discovery-which-may-lead-to-effective-treatment-and-prevention-of-prion-diseases
Discovery which may lead to effective treatment and prevention of prion diseases
Researchers have discovered that recombinant human prion protein inhibits the propagation of prions, the infectious pathogens that cause rare and fatal neurodegenerative disorders called prion diseases....
Tags: prions, prion disease, research, discovery, recombinant prion protein...
October 11, 2013
Drug-candidate-prevents-the-development-of-type-1-diabetes-a-preclinical-study
Drug candidate prevents the development of type 1 diabetes - a preclinical study
Compugen’s Fc fusion protein drug candidate CGEN-15001 has been shown to be highly efficient in preventing the development of the disease in an animal model of autoimmune type 1 diabetes....
Tags: Compugen, Fc fusion protein, drug candidate, CGEN-15001, prevention, autoimmune, type 1 diabetes...
October 10, 2013
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