Aussie Scientists Discover Biomarkers of Hard-to-Diagnose Breast Tumor

Aussie Scientists Discover Biomarkers of Hard-to-Diagnose Breast Tumor

TEHRAN (ANA)- A team of Australian scientists has discovered novel biomarkers of phyllodes tumor, which could lead to better outcomes for patients suffering this rare and hard-to-diagnose lesion of the breast.
Deleting Key Gene Shields against Excess Weight Gain

Deleting Key Gene Shields against Excess Weight Gain

TEHRAN (ANA)- A study from UC San Diego reveals that obesity causes mitochondrial dysfunction in fat cells, driven by a specific gene and deactivating this gene in mice prevents obesity, suggesting new treatment approaches.
Iranian Scientists Develop Smart Tissue Decellularization Technology to Reduce Graft Rejection

Iranian Scientists Develop Smart Tissue Decellularization Technology to Reduce Graft Rejection

TEHRAN (ANA)- Iranian researchers succeeded in making a technological device that is capable to concurrently decellularize and cellularize the transplanted tissue, and prevents graft rejection and side effects of immunosuppressive drugs.
Scientists Restore Kids' Hearing with Gene Therapy

Scientists Restore Kids' Hearing with Gene Therapy

TEHRAN (ANA)- Using an experimental gene therapy, a team led by Chinese scientists has recovered the hearing of five children born with a genetic defect that had left them profoundly deaf.
Sugar in Brain May Increase Antifungal Drug Tolerance

Sugar in Brain May Increase Antifungal Drug Tolerance

TEHRAN (ANA)- Researchers at the Chinese Academy of Sciences have recently revealed that glucose in the brain may elicit antifungal tolerance in a certain fungus, contributing to the treatment of fungal meningitis.
Scientists Develop New Biodiesel Fuel Production Technology

Scientists Develop New Biodiesel Fuel Production Technology

TEHRAN (ANA)- Scientists at Nanjing Normal University have developed new technology allowing the manufacture of biodiesel fuel with higher biomass content, which could reach over 40 percent compared with the global average content of less than 10 percent.
Iran-Made Homeostasis Product Stops Heavy Bleeding Quickly

Iran-Made Homeostasis Product Stops Heavy Bleeding Quickly

TEHRAN (ANA)- Iranian specialists at a knowledge-based company which cooperates with ‘Faraz’ technology accelerator have succeeded in making special homeostasis products which stop bleeding quickly.
Equipping 500 Laboratories of Iran FDA with Domestically-Made Devices

Equipping 500 Laboratories of Iran FDA with Domestically-Made Devices

TEHRAN (ANA)- The head of Iran Food and Drug Administration (IFDA) said that equipping hundreds of laboratories nationwide that operate under the auspicious of his organization is handed over to domestic knowledge-based companies.
Human Cells Transformed into Tiny Biological Robots

Human Cells Transformed into Tiny Biological Robots

TEHRAN (ANA)- Researchers at Tufts University and Harvard University’s Wyss Institute have created tiny biological robots that they call Anthrobots from human tracheal cells that can move across a surface and have been found to encourage the growth of neurons across a region of damage in a lab dish.
Tiny Traps Can Provide New Knowledge about Difficult-to-Treat Diseases

Tiny Traps Can Provide New Knowledge about Difficult-to-Treat Diseases

TEHRAN (ANA)- The mechanisms behind how the proteins interact with each other are difficult to study, but now researchers at Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden, have discovered a new method for capturing many proteins in nano-sized traps.
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