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    Nitric oxide treatment can be essential in the battle against COVID-19

    Nitric oxide therapy could be critical in the world’s struggle against SARS-CoV-2, the coronavirus which causes COVID-19, according to a review by the George Washington University (GW). Nitric oxide is an antimicrobial and anti inflammatory molecule with key roles in pulmonary arterial role in the context of viral infections as well as other pulmonary diseases.

    Ordinary cannabis introduction during pregnancy may cause intellectual lacks and nervousness in posterity

    Regular cannabis exposure in rats during pregnancy can cause their offspring to have long-term cognitive deficiencies, asocial behavior, and anxiety later in adulthood. That is according to a new study by neuroscientists at Washington State University’s Integrative Physiology and Neuroscience unit that provides a rare look at the effects of using cannabis during pregnancy. “The

    Study shows why children of obese moms have inclination to create metabolic illnesses

    A Brazilian study published in the journal Molecular Human Reproduction helps understand why overweight mothers often have children with a propensity to develop metabolic disease during their lifetime, according to previous research. According to the authors,”transgenerational transmission of metabolic disorders” may be associated with Mfn2 deficiency in the mother’s oocytes (immature eggs). Mfn2 refers to

    Hereditary components of human gut microbiota are key to wellbeing

    Neanderthals’ gut microbiota already contained some beneficial micro-organisms that are also found within our own intestine. An international research group headed by the University of Bologna achieved this result by extracting and analyzing ancient DNA from 50,000-year-old fecal sediments sampled at the archaeological site of El Salt, near Alicante (Spain). Published in Communication Biology, their

    New device empowers study of SARS-CoV-2 mutant range by ultrasequencing

    SARS-CoV-2 genome is three times larger than flu genome. Both consist of NRA molecules which mutate when replicate. It is essential to know its mutant spectrum, in other words, its”fingerprints”, to achieve an appropriate treatment that reduces its infectivity -the capacity of pathogens to invade organisms and cause infections-, since its composition of variables could

    Genomic Data Commons offers the biggest asset in cancer genomics

    The National Cancer Institute’s Genomic Data Commons (GDC), launched in 2016 by then-Vice President Joseph Biden and hosted at the University of Chicago, has become one of the largest and most widely used resources in cancer genomics, with over 3.3 petabytes of data from more than 65 jobs and more than 84,000 anonymized patient cases,

    Researchers create shape memory polymer to comprehend the advancement of coronary illness

    Cardiovascular disease is still the number one cause of death globally. Unfortunately, the heart cannot regenerate new tissue, because the cardiomyocytes, or heart muscle cells, don’t divide after birth. In their paper, published in APL Bioengineering by AIP Publishing, Syracuse researchers developed a shape memory polymer to grow cardiomyocytes. Raising the substance’s temperature from 30