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Recent progress in tracking the viability of transplanted stem cells in vivo
The viability of the transplanted stem cells is particularly crucial in determining the success of stem cell-based regenerative medicine. Therefore, the development of non-invasive imaging methods that can in situ monitor the viability of the transplanted stem cells is urgently needed. Now, researchers in Su'zhou summarize the recent progress in tracking the viability of the transplanted stem cells in vivo, including reporter-gene based methods, exogenous contrast label-based methods and multimodel imaging methods. (2016-05-24)

Elsevier partners with Tissue Viability Society
Elsevier, a world-leading publisher of scientific, technical and medical information products and services is pleased to announce the formation of a publishing partnership with the Tissue Viability Society, an organization representing more than 1000 wound care specialists in the UK. (2007-08-29)

Assessing the airborne survival of bacteria in aerosol droplets from coughs and sneezes
The airborne transmission of diseases including the common cold, influenza and tuberculosis is something that affects everyone with an average sneeze or cough sending around 100,000 contagious germs into the air at speeds of up to 100 miles per hour. (2019-01-22)

Study is first to show transgenerational effect of antibiotics
In a paper published in Nature's open access journal Scientific Reports, researchers at the University of Nevada, Reno, report that male pseudoscorpions treated with the antibiotic tetracycline suffer significantly reduced sperm viability and pass this toxic effect on to their untreated sons. They suggest a similar effect could occur in humans and other species. (2012-05-02)

Field-cricket study shows that when it comes to competition, sperm quality matters
By studying the relationship between sperm viability and reproductive success in a cricket species, researchers have come closer to understanding the contribution of sperm quality to reproductive success, at least in insects. (2005-02-07)

On-chip pumps achieve high-speed sorting of large cells
Nagoya University research developed a high-speed cell sorting method of large cells with high-viability using dual on-chip pumps. The microfluidic chip has three-branched microchannels. Target cells are sorted into one of two interest channels by the high-speed flow produced by the on-chip pumps, while non-target cells enter a waste channel without pump actuation. The technique overcomes the limitation of many on-chip cell sorting methods in achieving the sorting of large cells at a high throughput. (2017-07-28)

Americans more concerned with viability rather than electability in primary races
A recent study by ICA members and University of Missouri professors Mitchell S. McKinney and J. Brian Houston, found in multiple surveys that viewers are more likely to see a candidate's viability -- their position as the strongest representative of the party or champion of party principles -- from a primary debate as a key marker in making a decision in voter choice. (2012-03-05)

MIT forges greener path to iron production
MIT engineers have demonstrated an eco-friendly way to make iron that eliminates the greenhouse gases usually associated with its production. (2006-09-12)

Scientists propose a new model for the specialization of cells
Mathematicians at the Higher School of Economics have developed a model that explains how cell specialization arises in the context of resource constraints. The results are published in PLOS ONE journal. (2018-09-27)

Gene therapy and the regeneration of retinal ganglion cell axons
The retina and optic nerve are part of the CNS and this system is much used in experiments designed to test new ways of promoting regeneration after injury. (2014-07-07)

Elevated testosterone kills nerve cells
A Yale School of Medicine study shows for the first time that a high level of testosterone, such as that caused by the use of steroids to increase muscle mass or for replacement therapy, can lead to a catastrophic loss of brain cells. (2006-09-26)

The first hyperspectral scanner in Spain
The Infotech Unit at TECNALIA has recently acquired a hyperspectral scanner from the Finnish SPECIM company, the first of its kind in Spain and which will enable the study in depth of applications that require the analysis of images with wavelengths that are not visible. (2009-05-27)

Electronic cigarette flavorings alter lung function at the cellular level
Certain flavorings used in electronic cigarette liquid may alter important cellular functions in lung tissue, according to new research presented at the 2015 American Thoracic Society International Conference. These changes in cell viability, cell proliferation, and calcium signaling are flavor-dependent. Coupling these results with chemicals identified in each flavor could prove useful in identifying flavors or chemical constituents that produce adverse effects in users. (2015-05-17)

Early myocardial enhancement defects on multidetector CT predicts future myocardial viability
Early myocardial enhancement defects (dark spots) on multidetector CT are valuable predictors of myocardial viability in patients who have suffered a heart attack, reported doctors from the departments of cardiology and radiology at Rambam Medical Center in Haifa, Israel. (2006-05-03)

New method enables more extensive preclinical testing of heart drugs and therapies
A new biomimetic culture system mimics the environment of a living organ through continuous electrical stimulation and oxygenation, maintaining viability and functionality of heart slices for six days. Previous culture systems maintained functional heart slices for no more than 24 hours. The extended viability time will enable improved preclinical testing of drugs and gene therapies for effectiveness and toxicity. (2019-07-25)

Certain CBD oils no better than pure CBD at inhibiting certain cancer cell lines
Cannabidiol (CBD) oils are equally or less effective at inhibiting the growth of certain cancer cells compared to pure CBD, according to Penn State College of Medicine researchers. The results of their recent study indicate that future research into the clinical applications of cannabinoids should include an analysis of whether the pure cannabinoid compound or intact plant material is more effective at achieving the therapeutic effect. (2020-11-17)

Dormancy relief, storage protocols for uhaloa seeds
A study determined physical dormancy and evaluated dormancy relief methods for uhaloa seeds. The greatest practical dormancy relief was achieved with a mechanical electric drum scarifier lined with 80-grit sandpaper for 15 or 30 seconds, producing 95 percent and 99 percent germination, respectively. Nonscarified seeds exhibited minimal loss of viability during 10 months of storage at 5 °C at 12 percent and 50 percent relative humidity, but a significant decline in viability of scarified seeds was detected. (2016-11-17)

Tree-of-heaven's prolific seed production adds to its invasive potential
Tree-of-heaven -- or Ailanthus -- is an invasive triple threat, according to a team of plant pathologists. The species produces seeds early in its lifespan, tends to make millions of viable seeds during its life, and continues to produce seeds for decades and, in some cases, for more than a century. (2017-08-02)

New method of assessing women's eggs could enhance IVF success, Stanford study shows
Barry Behr, Ph.D., H.C.L.D., associate professor of obstetrics and gynecology at the Stanford University School of Medicine and director of Stanford's IVF laboratory, recently published findings on a way to (2009-03-23)

Airway test reveals e-cigarette vapor produces similar result as air
E-cigarette vapor from two different types of e-cigarette had no cytotoxic impact on human airway tissue, according to new research published in Toxicology in Vitro. Scientists used a unique combination of tests to investigate the potential adverse effects of e-cigarette vapor on airway tissue compared with cigarette smoke. Despite hours of aggressive and continuous exposure, the impact of the e-cigarette vapor on the airway tissue is similar to that of air. (2015-07-14)

SUTD scientists developed a sorting technology that isolates cells with high purity and viability
SUTD researchers developed a sheathless acoustic fluorescence activated cell sorting (aFACS) system by combining elasto-inertial cell focusing and highly focused traveling surface acoustic wave to sort cells with high recovery rate, purity, and cell viability. This novel microfluidic system provides a promising solution for single-cell level detection and isolation in biomedical applications that require sorted cells to be viable and functional for follow-on analysis and handling. (2019-12-16)

University of Nevada, Reno first to show transgenerational effect of antibiotics
In a paper published today in Nature's open access journal Scientific Reports, researchers at the University of Nevada, Reno report that male pseudoscorpions treated with the antibiotic tetracycline suffer significantly reduced sperm viability and pass this toxic effect on to their untreated sons. They suggest that a similar effect could occur in humans and other species. (2012-04-26)

Evaporation critical to coronavirus transmission as weather changes
As COVID-19 cases continue to rise, it is increasingly urgent to understand how climate impacts the spread of the coronavirus, particularly as winter virus infections are more common and the northern hemisphere will soon see cooler temperatures. In Physics of Fluids, researchers studied the effects of relative humidity, environmental temperature, and wind speed on the respiratory cloud and virus viability. They found a critical factor for the transmission of the infectious particles is evaporation. (2020-09-22)

Could cap and trade for water solve problems facing the United States' largest rivers?
Lake Mead, on the Colorado River, is the largest reservoir in the United States, but users are consuming more water than flows down the river in an average year, which threatens the water supply for agriculture and households. To solve this imbalance scientists are proposing a Cap and Trade system of interstate water trading. The proposal, published in Journal of the American Water Resources Association, builds on the success of such an initiative in Australia. (2012-05-17)

AZTI-Tecnalia is turning vegetable by-products destined for landfills into feedstuff
AZTI-Tecnalia has confirmed the nutritional and health viability of various vegetable by-products to be used as animal feed, by-products which are currently being managed as waste. (2013-02-22)

Shedding light on the secret reproductive lives of honey bees
Research at NC State and the University of British Columbia shows that there are trade-offs between sperm viability and the expression of a protein involved in the insect's immune response. (2021-01-13)

Iowa State University researcher's work on gender, temperature link in reptiles published in Nature
Research shows the temperatures at which jacky dragons were born was the best climate for each of the two genders. (2008-01-22)

Influence of location-dependent protuberance damage on cell viability
New research concerning femtosecond laser-induced damages on olfactory ensheathing cells is reported. It contains several cytokinetic processes such as cellular damage, recovery and death. The cell activity can be controlled by damaging the cellular protuberance using femtosecond laser. Calcium wave is observed in olfactory ensheathing cell after femtosecond laser surgery. Therefore, femtosecond laser surgery can be used as an important tool for the establishment of cell damage model and the study of cytokinetics. (2008-12-24)

Bloodroot alkaloid aids in exterminating sun-damaged skin cells in culture
A common antibacterial and antifungal ingredient used in mouthwashes and tooth paste may have another positive medicinal use: protection against skin cancer (2004-10-19)

Maternal fat has negative impact on embryo development
Exposing eggs to high levels of saturated fatty acids -- as commonly found in the ovaries of obese women and those with type 2 diabetes -- compromises the development of the embryo, according to new research published in PLoS ONE. (2011-08-17)

Mobile phones negatively affect male fertility, new study suggests
Men who keep a mobile phone in their trouser pocket could be inadvertently damaging their chances of becoming a father, according to a new study led by the University of Exeter. (2014-06-09)

Intracoronary infusion of progenitor cells after acute myocardial infarction
Researchers in Germany recently showed that PET and SPECT can be used to monitor the success of progenitor cell transplants in human heart attack victims. In experiments on animals, implantation of progenitor cells - specialized stem cells derived from the bone marrow or circulating blood and grown in culture - regenerated damaged tissue and improved cardiac function after AMI. (2003-06-23)

Cholesterol-lowering drugs and the effect on muscle repair and regeneration
Primary human cell study finds simvastatin at high doses may have a negative impact on the body's muscles. (2008-09-25)

Artificial womb technology breaks its 4 minute mile
A major advancement in pioneering technology based around the use of an artificial womb to save extremely premature babies is being hailed as a medical and biotechnological breakthrough. (2019-03-26)

New technique enables assessment of drought performance
Measurement of chlorophyll fluorescence is an effective way of determining how well plants can cope with low-water conditions. The technique described in the open access journal Plant Methods, published by BioMed Central, allows a quantitative and precise determination of viability in intact, drought-stressed plants. (2008-11-12)

New research indicates the importance of early season control of herbicide-resistant kochia
Researchers writing in the latest edition of the journal Weed Science are providing new insights into the control of herbicide-resistant kochia, a weed that competes with both dryland and irrigated crops across the Great Plains states. (2017-09-18)

Ministers work toward viable mining communities
Federal, provincial and territorial mines ministers from across the country gathered today for the 62nd Annual Mines Ministers' Conference in St. Andrews, New Brunswick. (2005-09-19)

Cardiac MRI detects thinned heart muscle previously deemed unsalvageable
Duke University Medical Center researchers have used cardiac magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) to demonstrate that heart muscle that had been (2003-11-12)

Ovarian transplantation: New technique gives greatly improved results in this delicate operation
Ultra-fast freezing of ovarian tissue from women who have lost their fertility as a result of cancer treatment can lead to it being used in transplants with the same success rate as fresh tissue. This technique has already produced pregnancies, and represents a considerable advance on existing methods of ovarian grafting. (2009-06-29)

Distribution model for digital content on the Internet
The general aim of this thesis is to provide a definition for a new distribution model on the Internet enabling the establishment of a new schema for carrying out transactions with digital content, respecting all the rights involved such as authors' copyright, clients' rights to privacy and anonymity regarding acquisitions, etc. (2006-01-09)

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