An international standards and Guidelines for Neonatal Lung Ultrasound titled, “Protocol and Guidelines for Point-of-Care Lung Ultrasound in Diagnosing Neonatal Pulmonary Diseases Based on International Expert Consensus” was published recently in the Journal of Visualized Experiments (doi:10.3791/58990)... - March 25, 2019
The research paper titled, “Moxibustion Modulates Sympathoexcitatory Cardiovascular Reflex Responses Through Paraventricular Nucleus” is written by Ling Cheng. Moxibustion is a method of treatment, in Chinese medicine. It is a form of heat therapy in which dried plant materials called “moxa”... - March 21, 2019
People carry around a mental picture of the effects of CO2 and other greenhouse gases on our climate and its influence on economic and environmental consequences. This view gives an idea on how to frame an appropriate response – a view that has been informed by how previous generations dealt with... - March 15, 2019
Peptide separation is currently a very active research area that has broad applications in proteomics study of therapeutic peptides, analysis of complex synthetic peptide crude mixtures, and optimization of peptides conditions in on-line comprehensive two-dimensional reversed phase liquid chromatography.
Liquid... - March 14, 2019
The research papers titled, “Optimism, positive affectivity, and salivary cortisol,” “Humor attenuates the cortisol awakening response in healthy older men” and “Loneliness and Diurnal Salivary Cortisol in Emerging Adults” are written by Julian Chuk Ling Lai. Findings... - March 08, 2019
A research paper entitled, “Can Human Instincts Be Controlled?” written by Eric R. Pianka encapsulates the holistic study of human instincts. According to the Cambridge dictionary, instinct is a natural ability that helps one decide what to do or how to act without thinking or it can also... - February 15, 2019
Research paper published by Xiaohui Zhou entitled “Cardiac support device (ASD) delivers bone marrow stem cells repetitively to epicardium has promising curative effects in advanced heart failure.” Zhou’s work is directly related to heart failure (HF), “a common and multifaceted... - February 14, 2019
Dr. Zhen Xie and Dr. Dacheng Ma published a research work titled, “Engineer chimeric Cas9 to expand PAM recognition based on evolutionary information.” In this study, a group of chimeric Cas9 (cCas9) variants were generated. This was done by “replacing the key region in the PAM interaction... - February 05, 2019
A team from the Kunming Institute of Zoology of the Chinese Academy of Sciences led by Prof. Ya-Ping Zhang & Prof. Zhanshan (Sam) Ma developed a novel hybrid genome assembly technique for the latest third-generation DNA sequencing technologies (3GS). The technique can significantly lower the required... - February 05, 2019
The research papers, titled, “Efficient autotrophic denitrification performance through integrating the bio-oxidation of Fe(II) and Mn(II),” “Comparison of denitrification performance by bacterium Achromobacter sp. A 14 under different electron donor conditions” and “Effect... - January 09, 2019
Dr. Toyoki Kozai’s research is titled, “Opportunities and Challenges for the Plant Factory with Artificial Lighting (PFAL)” (or vertical/indoor farming). Dr Kozai graduated from Chiba University, Japan in 1967. He obtained a Master’s degree in 1969, and a PhD degree of Agricultural... - January 08, 2019
Peng-Cheng Ma’s research is titled, “Bio-based oil gelling agent for effective removal of oil spills from water surface.”
The International Tankers Owners Pollution Federation Limited (ITOPF) maintains a database of oil spills from tank vessels, including combined carriers, floating... - January 08, 2019
Daniel Pouliquen’s research paper is titled, “Characterization of increasing stages of invasiveness identifies stromal/cancer cell crosstalk in rat models of mesothelioma.” Pouliquen obtained his PharmD and a specialized degree in Clinical Biochemistry in 1984. Following a postdoctoral... - January 08, 2019
Tomokazu Kiyonaga's research paper is titled, “Regioselective chemisorption-induced separate deposition of two types of metal nanoparticles on TiO2.”
A current topic in the field of catalysis is the discovery that gold, dispersed as nanoparticles on metal-oxide supports, such as TiO2, exhibits... - December 29, 2018
Pancreatic cancer (scientifically known as Pancreatic ductal adenocarcinoma) is the most common subtype of human pancreatic cancer. Pancreatic tumors are generally hypoxic due to their avascular morphology.
Hypoxia is a condition in which the body or a part of the body is deprived of adequate oxygen... - December 29, 2018
Tomiichi Hasegawa research paper titled, “Organic compounds generated after the flow of water through micro-orifices. Were they synthesized?” is based on micro-fluid mechanics.
Micro-fluid mechanics is an essential area of research and the field has not been fully understood yet. This is... - December 19, 2018
The WHO estimates a global shortage of 4.3 million physicians, attendants, and other health care professionals, with a significantly low percentage of physicians in Saudi, particularly in its private health sector.
These shortfalls in clinical professionals are continually contributing towards a substantial... - December 19, 2018
Streets have been a major gathering area for people from all walks of life over the ages. In the modern world, streets are becoming important points of gathering for social, business, or personal reasons. So, it becomes necessary to understand the factors that affect street life in specific geographic... - December 19, 2018
Jwo-Huei Jou is a professor of the Department of Materials Science & Engineering in National Tsinghua University, Taiwan. He received his PhD in Macromolecular Science from the Engineering Program from the University of Michigan in 1986. Later, he worked as a visiting scientist at IBM Almaden Research... - December 12, 2018
Until now, all we know is that cancer is a disease of genes and molecules. Researchers across past decades, however, have transfigured our understanding of cancer but not regarding its cause & growth in large part. The application and development of the techniques of molecular biology might have... - December 11, 2018
Londa Schiebinger is the John L. Hinds Professor of History of Science at Stanford University and founding Director of “Gendered Innovations in Science, Health and Medicine, Engineering, and Environment. She is a leading international expert on gender in science and technology and an elected member... - December 08, 2018
Periphytic Biofilm, comprised of algae, bacteria and nutrients, is widespread in shallow water-sediment system. However, it is unclear for its roles in N cycle, especially in the most complex denitrification process. This restricts the simulation of denitrification rate and N budget calculation.
According... - December 06, 2018
In spite of enough evidence that right ventricular (RV) function is a critical determinant of the clinical response to a domain of cardiovascular diseases, including systolic heart failure, there has been only a limited evaluation of the peculiar and distinctive physiologic properties of the RV under... - November 29, 2018
A research group led by Hong Xue at Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, unveiled resources & recommendations that propose a new approach for investigator qualification - “analyzing the gene dosage impacts of GABAA receptor β2 subunit gene (Gabrb2) in knockout mice of both heterozygous... - November 27, 2018
The research on “Sunitinib Stimulates Expression of VEGFC by Tumor Cells and Promotes Lymphangiogenesis In Clear Cell Renal Cell Carcinomas” was conducted by Maeva Dufies, Sandy Giuliano, Gilles Pagès and team.
According to the National Cancer Institute (NCI), cancer is defined as... - November 22, 2018
Machine learning is evolving and is at the frontier of a new techno-tsunami, ushering a new wave of revolution. Memristor-enabled neuromorphic computing machines are seen as an alternative to the traditional, conventional usage of technology.
Machines can learn cognitive computing to perform a multitude... - November 21, 2018
Antal Rockenbauer is Professor Emeritus at the Hungarian Academy of Sciences. He published his research on the “Extended Dirac Equation for Elementary Fermions based on Applying 8-Dimensional Spinors.” DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.2.23994.90569
In his work, the Dirac equation was extended by applying... - November 20, 2018
A noteworthy research investigation by Dr. Noble Egekwu and team: Ticks, not much is known about how they regulate their behaviour; GAII high-throughput sequencing was used to compare expressed genes for female synganglion (fused central nervous system) neuropeptides in a hard tick versus a soft tick. - November 20, 2018
Traumatic TM perforation is a common clinical condition that can cause severe pain, bleeding, hearing loss, and vertigo but usually heals itself spontaneously within 4 weeks. Though no specific treatment is needed but surgical treatment is prescribed if TM perforations are large and symptomatic.
Continuous... - November 17, 2018
Xavier Verhelst, MD, PhD and his team researched on the “Severe Hepatic and Pulmonary Involvement in Rendu-Osler-Weber Syndrome.. The research paper was published by S. Karger AG, Basel.
The group of scientists reported the case of a young woman with hereditary hemorrhagic telangiectasia (HHT)... - November 16, 2018
Almost 100 years after since 1911 when Dutch physicist Heike Onnes discovered that mercury bears an electrical resistance of zero when cooled in liquid helium, superconductors were then finally rolled out for utilization in national electricity grids. Superconductivity has brought into being many thrilling... - November 13, 2018
Serge Mandiefe Piabuo presently works at the World Agroforestry Centre (ICRAF), Consultative Group on International Agricultural Research. Piabuo carries out research in Forestry, Enterprise development, Agricultural Economics and qualitative and quantitative social research.
Piabuo took up research... - November 13, 2018
This evidence-based research recommendation and resource by Dr. Liujing MD, Ph.D gives an oration to an unmet need by summarizing the best practices for the use and applications of "Lung Ultrasound in Diagnosis of Lung diseases in Newborn Infants" to encapsulate objective data - an approach... - November 10, 2018
Kendall A. Smith, M.D. is a professor of Medicine and Immunology in the Weil Medical College of Cornell University. Dr. Smith undertook clinical training in Medicine at Yale-New Haven Hospital. Subsequently, his unswerving focus led him to pursue an investigative career, which was pivoted on fundamental... - November 10, 2018
The insightful research by Ian James Martin might be one of the next breakthroughs in medical science. His research paper describes the insulin therapy and the autoimmune disease with relevance to non-alcoholic fatty liver disease.
It is a well-known fact that the diabetes epidemic is now expected to... - November 06, 2018
Uffe Ravnskov and his team from Oasis Publishers announces ground-breaking research findings that counters the basic argument or general belief that bad cholesterol leads to heart diseases.
Cholesterol is a fatty lipid found in all cells in our body and it is vital for the normal functioning of the... - November 03, 2018
Dr. Ming Cheh Ou et al from Oasis Publishers has introduced a new way to treat diseases using Ou MC Decrescendo Phenomenon. Manual therapy is a clinical approach that uses therapeutic touch or different hands-on techniques to reduce pain, increase the range of motion, and reduce or eliminate soft tissue... - October 24, 2018
Dr. Shaw Watanabe from Oasis Publishers has introduced a new Cure-all-Ills Wax-free Brown Rice.
Who would have imagined – “Food as Medicine,” but the newly developed concept of Better Low Protein Brown Rice and Wax-free Brown Rice, the two new types of high-grade, dietary-rich kernels... - October 24, 2018
Louzhen Fan from Oasis Publishers has invented a next-generation technology for Light Emitting Diodes. Quantum dots have emerged as the next-generation technology for Light Emitting Diodes (LEDs) used in lighting and displays. These materials emit pure, saturated color that can be tuned simply by changing... - October 23, 2018
Dr. Frank Diederichs from Oasis Publishers has done outstanding research on Heat Production in Skeletal muscles using Chemical Thermodynamic Principles.
Skeletal muscles are composed of special cells, the muscle fibers, which ‑ on the basis of a coupled reaction ‑ can generate mechanical... - October 16, 2018