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https://medcitynews.com/uploads/2019/12/22720111227_77ea5a925e_c-e1577122153313.jpg   An Arrowhead Pharmaceuticals “gene-silencing drug” candidate for the fatty liver disease nonalcoholic steatohepatitis (NASH) is ready for the next stage of clinical testing, and it will take that step in the hands of GlaxoSmithKline. The pharmaceutical giant has agreed to pay $120 million up front for rights to Arrowhead’s therapeutic candidate in a
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https://img.webmd.com/dtmcms/live/webmd/consumer_assets/site_images/article_thumbnails/news/2011/10_2011/little_alcohol_increases_breast_cancer_risk/1800x1200_little_alcohol_increases_breast_cancer_risk.jpg Nov. 23, 2021 — Beth L (not her real name), a children’s book editor, used to enjoy her evening cocktail with her husband after they both got home from work and the baby was asleep. But everything changed during the pandemic. “Suddenly, there was no ‘getting home from work’ because I was working from
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http://els-jbs-prod-cdn.jbs.elsevierhealth.com/cms/asset/4bef1791-5471-4597-a0fe-730d7ae44a2c/gr1.jpg Introduction Asthma is in part an airway epithelial disorder, and its origin and clinical manifestations are tightly linked with altered airway epithelial cell (AEC) physical, metabolic, and functional barrier properties of the lung. 1 Shi W. Xu J. Warburton D. Development, repair and fibrosis: what is common and why it matters. We have shown
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https://selfimmune.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/08/SI-new.png Trauma is an emotional response to a distressing event like an accident , abuse or a natural disaster , according to the American Psychological Association (APA). It is a painful situation that the victim goes through and their ordeal can at best be described by themselves as it is inapparent on most occasions to
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https://www.jimmunol.org/sites/default/files/highwire/jimmunol/207/11.cover-source.jpg Key Points HIF-1α amplifies inflammatory responses in mouse BMM following TLR3 engagement. Amplification is more pronounced in low glucose and is independent of glycolysis. Increased HIF-1α was linked to PKM2 in the nucleus and mitochondrial ROS production. Abstract Hypoxia-inducible factor-1α (HIF-1α) is an important regulator of glucose metabolism and inflammatory cytokine production in innate
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https://images.labroots.com/content_article_profile_image_bf7cc2284672e0c77e9187a7273e2135cbb0a235_1810.jpg Want to reduce your chances of having your immune system turn on your body and start destroying your perfect health? Dr. Karen Costenbader, MD, MPH, of Brigham & Women’s Hospital in Boston suggests you look to vitamin D and fish oil-derived omega-3 fatty acid supplements. Results presented at the virtual annual meeting of the
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https://1.bp.blogspot.com/-1yT5clX4qIc/XbSwYPC9GrI/AAAAAAAAEWY/9WJKn66yhnMkL7EEUeZOD4SkOZ1uppCKQCEwYBhgL/w1200-h630-p-k-no-nu/Screenshot%2B%25281869%2529.png The most tumors express mutant epitopes that could be detected by T cells. According to current paradigm, CD4+ T cells provides help to CD8+ T cells that in turn attack tumors. As tumor cells ordinarily express class I recognized by CD8+ T cells but not class II molecules recognized by CD4+ T cells, primary focus
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http://immunoglitch.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/11/ngs-india-1024×576.jpg Reference: Arunachalam, A.K., Maddali, M., Aboobacker, F.N. et al. Primary Immunodeficiencies in India: Molecular Diagnosis and the Role of Next-Generation Sequencing. J Clin Immunol (2020). https://doi.org/10.1007/s10875-020-00923-2 The post PID and role of Next-generation sequencing in India appeared first on Immunoglitch. Source link
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https://voices.uchicago.edu/dfiwellnews/files/2020/09/iStock-1150898244-crop.png by Elise Wachspress For those who remember the 1970’s, “streaking” might mean “running through public places naked.” But if you’ve ever taken a microbiology class, you know one of the first lab lessons is “streaking a plate,” a technique used to spread a sample of bacteria out across a petri dish filled with agar,
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https://i2.wp.com/spisafety.blog/wp-content/uploads/2020/08/MSARespiratory2.jpg?fit=680%2C280&ssl=1   Whether you have an existing respiratory protection program or are developing one for the first time, the fundamental goal is the same: to protect workers from harmful atmospheres as part of a hierarchy of controls within their workplace. Of course, a respiratory protection program must comply with OSHA 29 CFR Part 1910.134 or CSA Z94.4 and
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https://hsseworld.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/01/hand-injuries.jpg From our earliest moments, we use our hands to learn, to explore, and to interact with the world around us, and now as working adults, our hands continue to be “out front,” touching, grasping, pushing, pulling, and lifting our way through work and through life. Unfortunately, being “out front” can also mean being placed
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https://www.westex.com/webfoo/wp-content/uploads/WX_blog_burn-injury_11_22.jpg   Safety managers are constantly analyzing their site risks to create the safest possible environment for their workers. Especially when considering short-term thermal events, like arc flashes or flash fires, stacking the deck with proactive and reactive measures are critical in mitigating injuries. Burn injuries are one of the primary considerations of any short-term
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https://info.orrsafety.com/hs-fs/hub/330211/file-1493549902-jpg/iStock_000006713467Small.jpg#keepProtocol If you’re a highway construction worker who frequently works at night after the rush hour commute, just when the sun is about to set, you can relate to how harsh the working conditions can be. Cars whizzing by, boiling asphalt being poured and work areas lit up by stark, overhead lights offer plenty to
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https://www.kff.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/10/FEATURE-News-Release_1.png A new KFF COVID-19 Vaccine Monitor analysis finds that Republicans and Republican leaning independents, who represent 41% of adults, now make up 60% of the adult unvaccinated population across the country and that political partisanship is a stronger predictor of whether someone is vaccinated than any demographic factor measured. While COVID-19 vaccination rates have
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https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/images/homepage/COVID-19-Updates-Social-Media-Tagging-V2.jpg?_=39085 Enroll in v-safe After vaccination, enroll yourself or your child in v-safe, a free, easy-to-use, and confidential smartphone-based tool that uses text messaging and web surveys to provide personalized health check-ins after COVID-19 vaccination. Through v-safe, you can report how you or your child is feeling after getting vaccinated. V-safe also reminds you to get your second
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https://media.npr.org/assets/img/2021/11/11/JoeBidenCOVID_wide-1b6e140707ee75e99ec6ae58fbd0759a76f36fd3.jpg?s=1400 President Biden speaks about COVID-19 vaccinations in Elk Grove Village, Ill. Ten states are filing a lawsuit over the administration’s rule requiring health care workers to be vaccinated. Susan Walsh/AP hide caption toggle caption Susan Walsh/AP President Biden speaks about COVID-19 vaccinations in Elk Grove Village, Ill. Ten states are filing a lawsuit over
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https://worldweeklynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/World-Weekly-News-Thumbnail-500.jpg Full list of games can be found on the official website. It concerns more than one hundred and forty games that are played as quickly as possible. Both classic and modern games are covered, from various Crash Bandicoot games and Deathloop to Returnal and CD-i game Zelda’s Adventure.Awesome Games Done Quick will be held
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https://s3-prod.modernhealthcare.com/s3fs-public/styles/800×600/public/older_man_alone_in_home_istock.jpg In the middle of a rainy Michigan night, 88-year-old Dian Wurdock walked out the front door of her son’s home in Grand Rapids, barefoot and coatless. Her destination was unknown even to herself. Wurdock was several years into a dementia diagnosis that turned out to be Alzheimer’s disease. By luck, her son woke up
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https://www.hhs.gov/sites/default/files/styles/og_image_style/public/hhs-mark-og_0.png?h=457da100&itok=MkTYfN-x I remember working alongside my father during my youth paving and repairing Sacramento roads. My father was a strong man who woke up in the early morning hours every day, went to work, and returned home to do more work around the house. As he grew older, his body might have aged, but his
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https://medcitynews.com/uploads/2021/11/GettyImages-465110834.jpg There’s no denying that America’s healthcare system is broken. The United States spends three times more per person on medical expenses than the average developed country does, and yet our life expectancy is lower and costs for the patients are higher. What’s more, we have no cost transparency, poor access to care, glaring inequity
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https://img.webmd.com/dtmcms/live/webmd/consumer_assets/site_images/article_thumbnails/blog_posts/public-health/1800x1200_vaccine.jpg Nov. 23, 2021 — More than 90% of federal employees received at least one COVID-19 vaccine dose by the Nov. 22 deadline that President Joe Biden announced this fall. The majority of those employees are fully vaccinated, and another 5% are seeking or already have an exception or an extension. That means 95% of
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http://els-jbs-prod-cdn.jbs.elsevierhealth.com/cms/asset/99648f99-bb06-41a3-8701-0aee63ad6c21/fx1.jpg Background Allergy regroups numerous complex and various diseases classified as IgE-dependent or non–IgE-dependent hypersensitivities. IgEs are expressed as membrane and secreted forms by B cells and plasma cells, respectively. In IgE-mediated hypersensitivity, IgE secretion and binding to the high-affinity IgE receptor FcεRI on effector cells are responsible for the onset of allergic symptoms; in
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https://selfimmune.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/09/image-from-rawpixel-id-381911-jpeg.jpg We often hear people say that women during pregnancies are really moody and laugh it off. But is it really funny? What can a to-be-mother do to be in more control of her emotional and mental state? While gestating, a woman undergoes multiple physical transformations over a short period of time. One day she
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https://www.jimmunol.org/sites/default/files/highwire/jimmunol/207/11.cover-source.jpg Yamana, T., T. Okamoto, M. Ishizuka, S. Hanzawa, M. Ejima, S. Shibata, and Y. Miyazaki. 2021. IL-17A–secreting memory γδ T cells play a pivotal role in sensitization and development of hypersensitivity pneumonitis. J. Immunol. 206: 355–365. Fig. 5D was incorrect as originally published. Although the means should have been presented as horizontal bars as
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https://images.labroots.com/content_article_profile_image_e8dc335b054fa8eeea6c87b3b07a4f9f88f7c394_8668.jpg Antibody therapies harness the immune system’s power to fight a broad spectrum of diseases, from cancer to infectious disease. However, until now, neurologists have yet to reap the benefits of antibody-based drugs for their patients—antibodies can’t cross the blood-brain barrier (BBB). This is an endothelial cell boundary between the blood circulation and the brain’s
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https://1.bp.blogspot.com/-vhYVmMX3BW8/XeLiM4IGk_I/AAAAAAAAEXg/9CSUZlZKATMMXWiUHjNc–VTFc6rKDmoQCEwYBhgL/w1200-h630-p-k-no-nu/Screenshot%2B%25281878%2529.png So far 3 different outcomes have been identified for developing T cells in the thymus: to develop into naive T cells, get deleted or become Foxp3+ Treg. Both deletion and Treg path require the presence of specific epitopes. However, how a given T cell decides between these pathways is not well understood.  Here is
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http://immunoglitch.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/12/savi-1024×576.png Reference: Bijker, E.M., Rösler, B., Hoppenreijs, E. et al. Functional Asplenia and Specific Polysaccharide Antibody Deficiency in a Girl with SAVI. J Clin Immunol (2020).  The post A case of SAVI with Splenic dysfunction and Specific Polysaccharide Antibody Deficiency appeared first on Immunoglitch. Source link
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https://voices.uchicago.edu/dfiwellnews/files/2020/10/iStock-599121962-crop.jpg by Elise Wachspress For those mesmerized by the early days of tech culture—with characters like Bill Gates, Steve Jobs, Sergey Brin, and Larry Page—one amazing facet of the story was how quickly the movement became democratized. It took little so capital to get into the game—just a lot of free time and access to
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