Explosive population growth, urbanization and a growing economy – the air over West Africa is exposed to a lot of stress. However, so far there is hardly meaningful information on the effects on health, weather and climate. The Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) coordinated the European-African consortium “DACCIWA”, which has collected new data to investigate […]Continue Reading ...
Researchers at Vanderbilt University Medical Center and colleagues have isolated a human monoclonal antibody that can “neutralize” the West Nile virus and potentially prevent a leading cause of viral encephalitis (brain inflammation) in the United States. Their findings, reported this week in the journal Nature Microbiology, could lead to the first effective treatment for this […]Continue Reading ...
Louisiana and Mississippi are leading the nation in the number of people who have become seriously ill from West Nile virus this year. State health departments are warning residents to take precautions against mosquitoes, which spread the virus. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says that as of Aug. 21 , Louisiana had 18 […]Continue Reading ...
Texas Tech College Well being Sciences Middle El Paso researchers Anjali Joshi, Ph.D., (pictured) and Himanshu Garg, Ph.D., have gained a $420,000 NIAID grant to research the impact of earlier publicity to West Nile on Zika signs. Credit score: TTUHSC El Paso / Tommie Morelos West Nile virus isn’t any stranger to the U.S.-Mexico border; […]Continue Reading ...
June 30, 2017 Use insect repellent and put on protecting clothes once we’re outdoor within the evening- even if it does not really feel like mosquitoes are biting. That is the take-home message from two South Dakota State College scientists who use information about climate stipulations accumulated from satellites circling the Earth and about mosquitos […]Continue Reading ...
Insilico Medication, a Baltimore-based Giant Knowledge analytics corporate making use of deep finding out ways to drug discovery, biomarker construction and human longevity analysis will provide and chair a panel on the BioDataWorld West, San Francisco, April 26-27. The CEO of Insilico Medication, Alex Zhavoronkov, PhD will provide new analysis making use of generative antagonistic […]Continue Reading ...
During his career, Professor West has made key discoveries about the molecules involved in DNA repair. His work has been integral in accelerating our understanding of the BRCA2 gene in inheritable breast, prostate and ovarian cancers – a genetic defect that puts people at a higher risk of developing these diseases. Professor West said: “For […]Continue Reading ...
June 19, 2018 Researchers at the University of Waterloo may have discovered a new, pesticide-free way to limit mosquito populations in some area and reduce the spread of the West Nile virus. Waterloo researcher Brad Fedy discovered that introducing hungry minnows into bodies of water where mosquitoes breed results in the minnows feeding on mosquito […]Continue Reading ...
June 30, 2017 Use insect repellent and put on protecting clothes after we’re outdoor within the evening- even if it does not really feel like mosquitoes are biting. That is the take-home message from two South Dakota State College scientists who use information about climate stipulations accumulated from satellites circling the Earth and about mosquitos […]Continue Reading ...
West Nile virus-infected mind neurons. Credit score: Brian Daniels In a turnabout, a biochemical self-destruct cause discovered in lots of different sorts of cells seems to protect the lives of mind cells right through an an infection with West Nile virus. UW Drugs scientists led analysis appearing that this chemical pathway does not must sacrifice […]Continue Reading ...
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