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Combination of three gene mutations results in deadly human heart disease
Inborn coronary illness happens in up to 1% of live births, and the newborn children who are influenced may require numerous medical procedures, long lasting medicine, or heart transplants.

May 31, 2019

Electricity generated at estuaries using light
Specialists from EPFL's Laboratory of Nanoscale Biology (LBEN), which is leaded by Professor Aleksandra Radenovic at the School of Engineering, have demonstrated that the generation of power utilizing osmosis could be optimized utilizing light.

May 29, 2019

2000 year old Remnant of Nova spotted
an European research group including the University of Gottingen has found the remaining parts of a nova in a galactic globular cluster. A nova is a blast of hydrogen on the star surface which makes it a lot brighter.

May 2, 2019

NASA Insight Mission detected First Mars-quake
NASA may have recently captured the primary recording of an seismic tremor on Mars. On April 6, the Mars InSight lander's seismometer recorded a short series of howls, protests and pings.

April 25, 2019

Researchers developed a New safe treatment offers hope for diabetes, multiple sclerosis patients.
Researchers from the University of Utah in the US, say they have developed a safe and novel treatment for autoimmune diseases such as type1 Diabetes and multiple sclerosis(MS). That comes to light when the immune cells attack itself in the body.

April 18, 2019

HIV infection increases the risk of death associated with depressive symptoms
In another examination to explore the relationship among depression disorders or symptoms, HIV status, and mortality, scientists report that indications of depression

April 5, 2019

Regular pathway key of cancer
cancer specialists report the disclosure of a sudden controller of the basic protein p53, opening the way to the advancement of medications that could target it.

April 4, 2019

Ultrasound and breast cancer detection rates
About half of ladies in the United States in their 50s have thick breast tissue, which expands their risk of breast cancer and makes it harder to identify cancer on a mammogram.

March 22, 2019

Genetic key to whole body Regeneration
Scientists are revealing new insight into how animals perform entire body regeneration and revealed various DNA changes that seem to control genes utilized all the while.

March 15, 2019

Britain HIV Patient World's Second To Be Cleared Of HIV Virus
A man in London contaminated with HIV infection has been reported to be free of the infection. The patient, presently named as the 'London Patient', got bone marrow transplantation from a contributor that has a rare genetic mutation.

March 8, 2019