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Enhancing CRISPR/Cas9 Targeting In Cancer Patients

Nowadays, CRISPR/Cas9 technology is the gold standard for knocking out alleles in any biological system through its capacity for inducing double strand breaks (DSB). In most cases, these DSBs provoke a cellular repair response triggering a kind of mutations called […]

Overweight – An Invisible Social Pattern That Promotes Obesity-Related Chronic Inflammatory Diseases Potentiated By “Immuno-Aging”

Overweight and obesity, to a greater degree, are conditions characterized by abnormal or excessive fat accumulation that impair health and bring about psychosocial and economic difficulties. They are considered risk factors for a number of diseases, such as cardiovascular, musculoskeletal, […]

Breaking The Vicious Cycle Of Stress With Magnesium And Vitamin B6 Supplementation

In today’s world, stress seems to be an inevitable part of modern life. However, for some people, stress can have a particularly negative effect on their lives, behavior, and relationships. Stress may also be a predecessor for physical and mental […]

Detecting Autism Through Machine Learning On Home Videos Of Children

Autism Spectrum Disorder is one of the fastest growing developmental delays and has risen by 700% since 1996, now impacting 1 in 40 children in the United States. This causes a significant financial burden on families, with individual costs going […]

HIAR: A Novel Angiogenesis Promoting Protein Induced By Hypoxia In Mammary CAFs

Breast cancer is the most frequent cancer type among women. According to the World Health Organization, it is estimated that in 2018, 627,000 women succumbed to the disease. The progression of breast cancer is orchestrated by a multitude of cell […]

Increased PPAR-γ Expression To Help Regulate Obesity And Overweight

Accordingly to the World Health Organization (WHO), almost 2 billion adults were overweight in 2016. Of these, over 650 million were obese. Clearly, overweight and obesity have become a global emergency with serious health concerns for affected individuals. Indeed, being […]

Exploring How Impaired Protein Homeostasis May Contribute To Neurodevelopmental And Neuropsychiatric Disorders

Neurodevelopmental and neuropsychiatric disorders such as autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and schizophrenia are known to affect about 1% of the general population. Genetic factors are believed to make a substantial contribution. However, though massive genome sequencing efforts in recent years […]

Who Invented Pizza?

How was pizza invented? Who invented pizza? Like so many questions regarding the invention of objects, this question is more difficult to answer then it would first appear. From what historians know, while people have been eating pizza-like foods for […]

From Aviation To Healthcare: How Crew Resource Management Translates To The Medical Domain

Even though commercial aviation dates back only about 100 years in history, today, an aircraft is one of the safest places to be, unlike hospitals, which are considered an environment where errors and threats are so imminent that the World […]

Pinpointing Parkinson’s Possible Origin In An Unexpected Place

For years, the appendix has been thought of as mostly useless, an insignificant piece of tissue tacked on to the end of the large intestine whose only claim to notoriety was becoming inflamed to the point of bursting. But now, […]