Always thought toe-tapping was a nuisance? New research from the University of Leeds says it may actually be good for your health.
To more effectively recover large molecular weight proteins, such as blood factors and conjugated proteins or viruses and virus-like particles, Sartorius Stedim Biotech (SSB) has reconfigured its Sartobind membrane chromatography capsules.
Hidden tumors that cause potentially fatal high blood pressure but lurk undetected in the body until pregnancy have been discovered by a Cambridge medical team.
Scientists successfully defeated a dangerous intestinal pathogen, Clostridium difficile, with a drug targeting its toxins rather than its life.
In the hunt for new ways to kill harmful bacteria, scientists have turned to a natural predator: viruses that infect bacteria. By tweaking the genomes of these viruses, known as bacteriophages, researchers hope to customize them to target any type of pathogenic bacteria.
When you remember a particular experience, that memory has three critical elements — what, when, and where. Neuroscientists have now identified a brain circuit that processes the “when” and “where” components of memory.
Giant Sequoias growing in California's Sierra Nevada are among the largest and oldest living things on earth, but scientists climbing high up into their green canopies say they are seeing symptoms of stress caused by the state's historic drought.
People who experience dizziness after standing up may be at an increased risk of developing a more serious condition and increased risk of death, according to a new study published Wednesday, in Neurology.
Storing health data in the cloud is predicted to be an industry worth $1 billion by 2018.
Primer design is a crucial, but time-consuming and laborious first step for gene expression analysis with real-time PCR. Guaranteed to perform, Bio-Rad’s PrimePCR Assays remove this bottleneck.
Two drugs that affect the structure and function of DNA have been found to block the growth of pancreatic tumor cells in mice. Researchers hope the drugs can soon be tested in humans with the disease.
Researchers have discovered a non-invasive method to measure vascular compliance, or how stiff an artery is, in the human brain, a finding that may have ramifications for preventing stroke and the early diagnoses of Alzheimer’s disease.
Are they our evil overlords, or our personal servants? Another possibility altogether is that they’re our dependable co-workers, helping us put together that new Ikea bookcase.
Txt msgs may b gud 4U. That's the message in a study that suggests just four monthly text messages might spur health improvements for heart patients.
Most people will experience at least one wrong or delayed diagnosis at some point in their lives, a blind spot in modern medicine that can have devastating consequences, says a new report that calls for urgent changes across health care.