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  • NIH Lifts Ban on Federally Funded Research of Deadly Viruses

     NIH Lifts Ban on Federally Funded Research of Deadly Viruses ,

    Author:
    Jan
    18
    , DSS

    The National Institutes of Health (NIH) has lifted a ban on federal funding for precarious research that might develop more contagious and deadly viruses. The move comes just more than three years after U.S. officials issued a pause on such research funding. Alongside the lifted ban, however, the NIH announced a more tedious review process that research proposals must undergo prior to receiving federal grants.
  • A Proper Biosafety Training Program is a Must

    A Proper Biosafety Training Program is a Must ,

    Author:
    Dec
    07
    , DSS

    A biosafety cabinet can be an essential tool for effective laboratory work. However, it is also essential that a complete biosafety program be implemented in any laboratory that uses a biosafety cabinet. A biosafety cabinet program can help ensure that users of the cabinet and those around it stay safe and uncontaminated while work is being done.
  • Neural Treatment May Restore Breathing in Patients With Spinal Cord Injuries

    Neural Treatment May Restore Breathing in Patients With Spinal Cord Injuries ,

    Author:
    Nov
    06
    , DSS

    Spinal cord injuries (SCIs) are very painful and have a high risk for causing paralysis. One of the most severe side effects is the inability to breathe without assistance. Using laboratory models, however, neuroscientists have discovered that two sets of neural signals control diaphragm movement. Through rodent testing, they may have found a drug that can restore diaphragm movement so that humans with SCIs can breathe without ventilation.
  • The CLARIOstar® With ACU Exposes Cells to Ischemia- Reperfusion Conditions and Monitors Their Oxygenation

    The CLARIOstar® With ACU Exposes Cells to Ischemia- Reperfusion Conditions and Monitors Their Oxygenation ,

    Author:
    Oct
    26
    , DSS

    The lack of oxygen supply is associated with a number of life-threatening diseases such as stroke, myocardial infarction or renal failure whereby cells are temporarily deprived of O2 and nutrient (ischemia). Significant cell damage can also occur during the reperfusion phase through oxidative stress and inflammatory responses. Investigating these pathologies in vitro requires an experimental set-up capable of rapid deoxygenation, rapid reperfusion, and parallel monitoring of critical biological parameters including cellular oxygenation and ROS.
 

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