The PSMC6 gene may cause inflammation in the initial stage of Sjögren’s: a study The gene is also linked to the infiltration of immune cells into glands

called gene PSMC6 It may be involved in driving inflammation and infiltration of immune cells into glands affected by primary Sjogren’s syndrome (pSS), a study finds. PSMC6which was more expressed, or active, in the blood of PSS patients than in the blood of healthy people, and has also been linked to fewer T regulatory cells … Read more

Where does Utah pollution come from? The study looks at magnesium in the united states

Magnesium Magnesium, the largest producer of magnesium in the United States, next to the Great Salt Lake in Utah, contributes up to 25% of the chemicals that help create fine particle pollution, or PM2. Northern Utah, Health. problems of vulnerable populations. The data was gathered from the first study of its kind in 2017 in … Read more

EdTech study game approach Aces Med school test curve

Advancements in educational technology, or EdTech, come from changes in approach in the wake of shortcomings. Innovative education technology can adapt existing tools or create new ones to help people overcome learning obstacles. King of the Curve (KOTC) is an edtech startup with a focus on helping alleviate a looming shortage of physicians. KOTC combines … Read more

The study investigates coherent manipulation of electron spin in silicon

Electrons in silicon experience coupling between their spin (up and down arrows) and valley states (blue and red orbitals). In the presence of a DC voltage (blue glow) the electron can undergo coherent spin-valley oscillation. Image credit: Mike Osadcio. In recent years, many physicists and computer scientists have been working on quantum computing technologies. These … Read more

Lobe Sciences, Ltd. Enters into a Clinical Research Collaborative Agreement with Integrative Headache Medicine of New York to study the effects of L-130 in the treatment of chronic cluster headache

Dr. Lauren R. Natbony to be the principal investigator VANCOUVER, BC – (Newsfile Corp. – January 26, 2023) – Lobe Sciences Ltd. (CSE: LOBE) (OTCQB: LOBEF) (“Lobe” or the “Company”), a North American biopharmaceutical company committed to the discovery and development of patient-centered psychedelic-derived medicines for neurological and brain diseases, announced today that it has … Read more

The study demonstrates a new method for searching for meV dark photons

(Left) A dilution refrigerator used to achieve a background-free quantum one-electron cyclotron. (Top right) The silver pen trap within which the single electron will be suspended. (Bottom right) Demonstration of the analysis of quantum cyclotron states. A microwave drive is applied to induce transition. Credit: Xing Fan. About 85% of the mass of our galaxy … Read more

The study found calorie restriction to be more effective than intermittent fasting

Post on PinterestIntermittent fasting may not be as effective for some people as it was once thought. Valentina Pareto/Stocksy Extensive research has been done here on different weight loss methods and their effectiveness. Intermittent fasting (IF) is a common component of weight loss diets, but researchers are still working to understand its benefits and drawbacks. … Read more

$2.9 million National Institutes of Health grant to study the genetics of IBD in the Hispanic population

Newswise — After studying the genetic sequences of more than 100,000 people, researchers across the country are setting out to uncover the root causes of inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), Crohn’s disease, and ulcerative colitis. But those studies have a stark flaw: They are based mostly on genetic data almost exclusively from individuals of European ancestry. … Read more

The study shows the effect of vitamin D and thyroid hormones on a child’s development

Huntington, W.; Prenatal exposure to altered levels of vitamin D and/or thyroid hormones has the potential to affect a baby’s development long after birth, according to a new study led by researchers at Marshall University’s Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine. A retrospective study analyzed the presence 20 different items, thyroid hormones and vitamin D … Read more