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Functional protein measurement technology can accelerate drug discovery |

A new biomedical research tool that allows scientists to measure hundreds of functional proteins in a single cell may offer new insights into cellular machinery. Led by Jun Wang, an associate professor of biomedical engineering at Stony Brook University, this microchip analysis – called single-cell cyclic multiplex technology in situ (CycMIST) – could help advance …

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Functional protein measurement technology can accelerate drug discovery

A new biomedical research tool that allows scientists to measure hundreds of functional proteins in a single cell may offer new insights into cellular machines. Led by Jun Wang, an associate professor of biomedical engineering at Stony Brook University, this microchip analysis – called single-cell cyclic multiplex technology in situ (CycMIST) – could help advance …

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New functional protein measurement technology can improve drug detection research

STONE BROOK, New York, June 29, 2022 – A new biomedical research tool that allows scientists to measure hundreds of functional proteins in a cell may offer new insights into cellular machines. Led by Jun Wang, an associate professor of biomedical engineering at Stony Brook University, this microchip analysis – called single-cell cyclic multiplex technology …

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Survey: Teenagers use cannabis rose, mental health declines in states with fewer legal restrictions | national

(The Center Square) – Countries that have legalized marijuana are seeing stronger THC products and an increase in mental health problems among teenagers, according to a recent national study. The America Without Drugs Foundation is the author of a study first published by The Center Square that reported a “link between adolescent cannabis use, high-performance …

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The new technique offers more accurate scRNA-seq data than current technologies

The advent of single-cell RNA sequencing (scRNA-seq) has revolutionized the fields of medicine and biology, providing the opportunity to study the internal workings of thousands of cells at once. However, scRNA-seq methods are limited by potential inaccuracies in determining cell composition and ineffective amplification of complementary DNA (cDNA), a process that generates and replicates millions …

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Quality of care, outcomes for stroke patients in VA’s health system did not decline during the COVID-19 pandemic

In one of the first studies to investigate the overall quality of care and outcomes of stroke care for non-COVID-19 hospitalized patients during the pandemic from a national US perspective, researchers from the US Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), Regenstrief Institute and Monash University assessed patients with strokes and transient ischemic attacks (often called mini-strokes …

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New technology can revive bactericidal effects of conventional antibiotics in E. coli MDR infections

A research team led by Professor Kelvin Yeung Wai-kwok of the Department of Orthopedics and Traumatology, Faculty of Clinical Medicine, LKS School of Medicine, Hong Kong University (HKUMed) has designed a non-invasive technology to revitalize bactericidal anti-bacterial antidote. ) Escherichia coli (E. coli)-related deep tissue infections, such as urinary tract and peritoneal infections. The study …

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Alaskan natives explore scientific careers during a visit to Cannapolis Local news

From the National Plant Institute for Human Health CANAPOLIS – In 2019, Dontae Jimmie attended a “children’s science camp” at the Yukon Fish Camp in Alaska, led by Dr. Mary Ann Lila, a professor at North Carolina State University, and Dr. Kriya Dunlap, an associate professor at University of Alaska-Fairbanks. Jimmy, who now grows up …

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Oswalt: Exciting Progress to Reduce Virginia Mental Health Shortages | Columnists

Deborah Oswalt Sometimes the predominance of a large complex problem prevents it from being solved. This may certainly be true of the mental health crisis that Virginia is currently experiencing. The COVID-19 pandemic and social stressors have caused depression, anxiety, panic disorder and other mental states across the state in extremely large numbers of Virginians …

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