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  • Feb 22 2024

    3 minutes, 52 seconds
    New York
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    The Hargreaves test is one of the classic experiments used to detect thermal pain responses in rodents. The test is commonly used to quantify the thermal threshold to radiation or infrared thermal stimulation in the hind paw of mice and rats.   In the Hargreaves test, a radiant or infrared heat sour...

  • Feb 22 2024

    3 minutes, 20 seconds
    New York
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    Rare diseases are characterized by their low prevalence, affecting a small number of people across the world. These diseases often come with significant challenges, including accurate diagnosis, availability of effective treatments, and limited resources for research and development. However, recent...

  • Feb 21 2024

    4 minutes, 14 seconds
    USA
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    HighRun DataScience, a leading provider of data science solutions, is excited to announce the launch of its state-of-the-art Data Analytics services. With a mission to help businesses make data-driven decisions, HighRun DataScience aims to revolutionize the way companies analyze and utilize their da...

  • Feb 19 2024

    5 minutes, 4 seconds
    USA
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    One distinctive symptom of allergic rhinitis is persistent sneezing, ranging from a few to numerous sneezes. Allergic rhinitis, also referred to as allergic nasal inflammation, is a non-infectious inflammatory condition affecting the nasal mucosa. It involves various immune cells and cytokines, prim...

  • Feb 19 2024

    4 minutes, 12 seconds
    USA
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    Extracellular vesicles (EVs), particularly exosomes, represent a crucial subgroup in cellular communication. First proposed by Johnstone et al. in 1983 during the study of erythrocyte differentiation, exosomes were officially identified in 1987 through ultracentrifugation. These membrane-bound small...

  • Feb 19 2024

    4 minutes, 26 seconds
    USA
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    The COVID-19 pandemic, which emerged at the end of 2019, may have receded from public consciousness, but its impact continues to reverberate. Over the past three years, countries worldwide have grappled with multiple waves of widespread infection. Although many nations have now established immunity ...

  • Feb 19 2024

    3 minutes, 35 seconds
    USA
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    In our globally connected world, the specter of foodborne and waterborne infections continues to cast a shadow over public health. These infections, ranging from commonplace gastrointestinal discomfort to severe, long-lasting conditions like mad cow disease and other neurodegenerative disorders, pos...

  • Feb 19 2024

    5 minutes, 24 seconds
    USA
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    The cat allergy is arguably the saddest development for cat lovers. The moment you come in contact with the cat, you start to sneeze, experience runny nose, itchy eyes, skin rashes, and even have asthma problems.   Cat allergies affect one in ten people, which is a significant number. Cat allergies ...

  • Feb 19 2024

    4 minutes, 29 seconds
    USA
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    The field of biopharmaceuticals is playing an increasingly pivotal role in medical treatment but is encountering several challenges. One pressing issue is the short half-life of many biopharmaceutical products, which leads to rapid degradation and clearance from the patient's body, necessitating fre...

  • Feb 19 2024

    3 minutes, 55 seconds
    USA
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    Cells, the microscopic building blocks of the human body, operate like a sophisticated symphony orchestra, finely orchestrating numerous life processes. In this diminutive yet intricate world, ribosomes function as conductors, guiding the synthesis of proteins—the essential constituents of life. How...