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By: Sandy M.

Since its discovery in the 1980s, HIV (Human Immunodeficiency Virus) has had a significant impact on countless lives across the world. As of today, more than 37 million people worldwide are infected according to statistics generated by the World Health Organization.

By: Mark W.

Plant viruses cause the second highest losses to crop yields every year, surpassed only by fungi. A research team in Norway recently compared several in vitro virus elimination therapies on a variety of potato cultivars.

By: Mohamed M.

RNA isolation and quantification of miRNAs are gaining significance as promising methods in cancer biomarker discovery.

By: Regan B.

The National Institute of Health estimates that approximately 6 in 100 000 individuals develop brain or central nervous system-related cancers each year1. Current approaches in the diagnosis of brain cancer include CT scans, MRI and tissue biopsy.

By: Nour N.

Cell therapy using cardiosphere-derived cells (CDCs) is an increasingly promising treatment for acute and congenital heart muscle injuries, including myocardial infarction (MI).

By: Zakaria H.A.

Large-scale human microbiota studies have generated key insights into a variety of disease processes, including cardiovascular disease, carcinogenesis, diabetes, hypertension, and inflammatory bowel disease.

By: Iva L.

Currently, there is limited technology available for accurately predicting high-risk cancer biochemical recurrence (BCR).

By: Michelle S.

A group of researchers from the Institute of Health Carlos III (ISCIII) in Spain, presented a poster at the annual meeting for the International Society of Extracellular Vesi

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