X-Ray will diagnose corona instead of PCR test! Exciting claims scientists

X Ray will diagnose corona instead of PCR test Exciting claims

Highlights Scientists at the University of the West Scotland conducted the study. This is X-ray of artificial intelligence. Gives accurate results in about 98 percent of cases. This time living desk: All the scientists in the world are constantly working on the corona. So every day some new discovery is coming in front of us. … Read more

Terrible variants can come from Omicron! Claim scientists

Terrible variants can come from Omicron Claim scientists

Highlights Omicron was born as a result of mutations. However, the mutation will not end in Omicron. In that case there will be more mutations of the virus. This time living desk: The whole world is buzzing with the Omicron variant of the corona. The virus was first found in South Africa in late November … Read more

Do not prevent nasal spray! Claim scientists

Do not prevent nasal spray Claim scientists

Highlights The ingredients in this nasal spray are made by the University of Helsinki in Finland. In this case, this molecule is made with the spike protein of inactivated corona virus. But let’s see when this nasal spray comes on the market! We waited. This time living desk: Corona gusts of wind are also the … Read more

Scientists demonstrate a novel rocket for deep-space exploration

Journal Reference: J. Simmonds, Y. Raitses. Mitigation of breathing oscillations and focusing of the plume in a segmented electrode wall-less Hall thruster. Applied Physics Letters, 2021; 119 (21): 213501 DOI: 10.1063/5.0070307 The miniaturized system powered by plasma — the state of matter composed of free-floating electrons and atomic nuclei, or ions — measures little more … Read more

Scientists identify gut-derived metabolites that play a role in neurodegeneration

Journal Reference: Achilles Ntranos, Hye-Jin Park, Maureen Wentling, Vladimir Tolstikov, Mario Amatruda, Benjamin Inbar, Seunghee Kim-Schulze, Carol Frazier, Judy Button, Michael A Kiebish, Fred Lublin, Keith Edwards, Patrizia Casaccia. Bacterial neurotoxic metabolites in multiple sclerosis cerebrospinal fluid and plasma. Brain, 2021; DOI: 10.1093/brain/awab320 Previously published evidence has supported the concept that an imbalance in the … Read more

Treatments in weeks, not months: Scientists develop ambitious pandemic response plan

Journal Reference: Judith M. White, Joshua T. Schiffer, Rachel A. Bender Ignacio, Shuang Xu, Denis Kainov, Aleksandr Ianevski, Tero Aittokallio, Matthew Frieman, Gene G. Olinger, Stephen J. Polyak. Drug Combinations as a First Line of Defense against Coronaviruses and Other Emerging Viruses. mBio, 2021; 12 (6) DOI: 10.1128/mbio.03347-21 The “proactive drug development strategy” could also … Read more

Scientists create mind-blowing tool to ‘see’ millions of brain cell connections in mice

Scientists create mind-blowing tool to ‘see’ millions of brain cell connections in mice – NovLink Home Mash E Scientists create mind-blowing tool to ‘see’ millions of brain cell connections in mice We would like to thank the author of this article for this amazing material Scientists create mind-blowing tool to ‘see’ millions of brain cell … Read more

Scientists develop new gene therapy for eye disease

Journal Reference: Daniel M. Maloney, Naomi Chadderton, Sophia Millington-Ward, Arpad Palfi, Ciara Shortall, James J. O’Byrne, Lorraine Cassidy, David Keegan, Peter Humphries, Paul Kenna, Gwyneth Jane Farrar. Optimized OPA1 Isoforms 1 and 7 Provide Therapeutic Benefit in Models of Mitochondrial Dysfunction. Frontiers in Neuroscience, 2020; 14 DOI: 10.3389/fnins.2020.571479 The study, which involved a collaboration with … Read more

New copper surface eliminates bacteria in just two minutes, scientists report

Journal Reference: J.L. Smith, N. Tran, T. Song, D. Liang, M. Qian. Robust bulk micro-nano hierarchical copper structures possessing exceptional bactericidal efficacy. Biomaterials, 2022; 280: 121271 DOI: 10.1016/j.biomaterials.2021.121271 The new copper product is the result of a collaborative research project with RMIT University and Australia’s national science agency, CSIRO, with findings just published in Biomaterials. … Read more

Scientists give new lease of life to e-waste plastics

Journal References: Pujiang Shi, Chiew Kei Tan, Zhuoran Wu, Jean-Christophe P. Gabriel, Madhavi Srinivasan, Jong-Min Lee, Chor Yong Tay. Direct reuse of electronic plastic scraps from computer monitor and keyboard to direct stem cell growth and differentiation. Science of The Total Environment, 2021; 151085 DOI: 10.1016/j.scitotenv.2021.151085 Pujiang Shi, Yan Wan, Agnès Grandjean, Jong-Min Lee, Chor … Read more