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HIV infection leaves a ‘memory’ in cells

Though antiretroviral therapy has made HIV a manageable disease, people living with HIV often suffer from chronic inflammation. This can put them at an increased risk of developing comorbidities such as cardiovascular disease and neurocognitive dysfunction, impacting the longevity and…

A key brain protein plays role in childhood movement disorder

Scientists at the UNC School of Medicine and UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy,  in collaboration with a team from Queen Mary University of London, have illuminated the molecular events underlying an inherited movement and neurodegenerative disorder known as ARSACS – Autosomal recessive…

TSR is Hiring Scientific Writers

Job description The Opportunity: We are hiring English Science News Writers (for Biotech and Lifesciences) who are looking to be immersed in a fast-paced news environment, writing articles across multiple verticals and global markets. Responsibilities: Writing and editing news stories…

Chronic Inflammation responsible for Vit-D Deficiency

Inflammation is an essential part of the body’s healing process. But when it persists, it can contribute to a wide range of complex diseases including type 2 diabetes, heart disease, and autoimmune diseases. Now, world-first genetic research from the University of South Australia shows a…

BioEra Life Sciences is looking for Business Development Executive, Marketing Managers & Marketing Co-ordinator in Pune, India

Business Development Executive A role to suit a meticulous, pleasant and enthusiastic person with passion and flair for sales, has hunger for cracking targets, great communication skills and an ability to multitask and work efficiently under busy, sometimes stressful conditions…

Engineered E. coli can Survive to Treat Diseases

Scientists have long tried to introduce genetically engineered bacteria into the gut to treat diseases. In the past, these attempts have focused on engineering common lab strains of E. coli, which cannot compete with the native gut bacteria that are well…

First Synthetic Mechanosensitive Potassium Channel is Here!

Intrigued by the properties of ion channel proteins commonly observed in cells, Tokyo Tech researchers have developed the first synthetic mechanosensitive potassium channel using a newly developed aromatic fluorinated amphiphilic cyclophane. Displaying both “stimuli responsiveness” and “selective ion transport” abilities,…

Springer Nature is looking for Medical Writer

Name of the Post – Scientific & Medical writer-Drugs Job Location – Pune, IN Location – Magarpatta, Pune Brief about the ADISInsight – ADISInsight is a database for drug research and development, disease treatment, and decision-making, based on trusted, scientifically sound data. Accurate and…

7 deaths, halts phase II clinical trial of MicroGenics

Recently, the death of seven patients in a Phase II trial of MicroGeniccs led to halt the testing. The trial was trying to assess the first line treatment drugs for patients with recurrent or metastatic squamous cell carcinoma of the…