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Non-coding RNAs play key role in maintaining proper balance between fighting infection and inflammationsaid. "In the near future, we would like to concentrate our efforts to develop
Non-coding RNAs play key role in maintaining proper balance between fighting infection and inflammation
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said. "In the near future, we would like to concentrate our efforts to develop strategies to modulate the function of MORRBID in human cells as an effective therapeutic tool against inflammatory disease." University of Pennsylvania School of Medic... Read more
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New chemical compound could potentially be used to treat Ebola virus infectioncompounds block this interaction without being toxic to human cells. Dr. Harty
New chemical compound could potentially be used to treat Ebola virus infection
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compounds block this interaction without being toxic to human cells. Dr. Harty, one of the authors of the study from the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine in the US, commented: "Positive results showing potent viral... Read more
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Penn researchers develop model to predict sudden cardiac death risklead to pinpointing specific communities with higher risk populations, ideally
Penn researchers develop model to predict sudden cardiac death risk
News-Medical-Net / Posted 2 days ago
lead to pinpointing specific communities with higher risk populations, ideally leading to increased training and awareness for emergency medical staff, volunteers and the general public in those regions." University of Pennsylvania School of Medic... Read more
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How to keep backyard chickens — and you — healthy and safechicken farmers know what they’re doing? There’s a wealth of free information a
How to keep backyard chickens — and you — healthy and safe
ajc.com / Posted 9 days ago
chicken farmers know what they’re doing? There’s a wealth of free information available on the website of Penn Vet — the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine in Philadelphia. The school has sent a news release with 12... Read more
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Penn study shows synchronized refill program enhances medication adherence"Nevertheless, prescription synchronization can be combined with other types of
Penn study shows synchronized refill program enhances medication adherence
News-Medical-Net / Posted 16 days ago
"Nevertheless, prescription synchronization can be combined with other types of interventions, based on a patient's specific adherence challenges to further enhance medication adherence," said Doshi. University of Pennsylvania School of... Read more
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Penn's ADCC receives $8.8 million grant to continue research on treatment for AD and related dementiascontinued support of the NIA allows us to keep our foot on the gas in the hopes
Penn's ADCC receives $8.8 million grant to continue research on treatment for AD and related dementias
News-Medical-Net / Posted 23 days ago
continued support of the NIA allows us to keep our foot on the gas in the hopes that scientific discovery will lead to clinical trials and treatments for this devastating set of diseases," he added. University of Pennsylvania School of... Read more
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Study verifies human gene therapy in MPS I animal modelplanning and design of first-in-human trials. REGENXBIO Inc., which has exclusi
Study verifies human gene therapy in MPS I animal model
News-Medical-Net / Posted 27 days ago
planning and design of first-in-human trials. REGENXBIO Inc., which has exclusively licensed certain key AAV-related technologies from Penn, is involved in planning studies to test treatments for MPS I. University of Pennsylvania School of Med... Read more
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Penn study sheds new light on biology of fatty liver diseaseof normal metabolism is important to be able to see what happens during abnorma
Penn study sheds new light on biology of fatty liver disease
News-Medical-Net / Posted 29 days ago
of normal metabolism is important to be able to see what happens during abnormal metabolism in order to know how to maintain healthy pathways and at the same time how to fix the ones that have gone awry. University of Pennsylvania School of Medi... Read more
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Q & A with Dr. Joel Fuhrman: Part 1his recovery, and it helped him continue competitive skating. His deep passion
Q & A with Dr. Joel Fuhrman: Part 1
Doctors Health Press / Posted 30 days ago
his recovery, and it helped him continue competitive skating. His deep passion for nutritional information led him to the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, where he graduated in 1988. Now at the age of 62, Dr. Fuhrman lives a busy... Read more
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Liberian Scientist, Inventor Dr. Dougbeh Nyan Is 'July 26' National OratorInter-Ministerial and Agencies' Steering Committee on Liberia's 169th Independe
Liberian Scientist, Inventor Dr. Dougbeh Nyan Is 'July 26' National Orator
AllAfrica.com / Posted 1 months ago
Inter-Ministerial and Agencies' Steering Committee on Liberia's 169th Independence Anniversary has released the Calendar of Events to mark the observance of the day on July 26. Liberia's renowned biomedical research scientist, inventor, and... Read more
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Hundreds sickened by Salmonella from pet chickens and ducksduck for the weekend or vacation. Dr. Sherrill Davison, director of the Labora
Hundreds sickened by Salmonella from pet chickens and ducks
13 WMAZ Macon / Posted 1 months ago
duck for the weekend or vacation. Dr. Sherrill Davison, director of the Laboratory of Avian Medicine and Pathology at the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine, told CBS News that people should only buy baby chicks and ducks... Read more
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Hundreds sickened by pet chickens and ducksduck for the weekend or vacation. Dr. Sherrill Davison, director of the Labora
Hundreds sickened by pet chickens and ducks
CBS News / Posted 1 months ago
duck for the weekend or vacation. Dr. Sherrill Davison, director of the Laboratory of Avian Medicine and Pathology at the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine, told CBS News that people should only buy baby chicks and ducks... Read more
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