Newly discovered protein may help diagnose ulcerative colitis, researchers say
Time of Update: 2022-03-08
"We found that patients with inflammatory bowel disease, especially ulcerative colitis, have higher levels of antibodies against the endothelin C receptor," said first author Yoichi Kakuta, associate professor of gastroenterology at Tohoku University Hospital in Japan .
Neurology: The neuropsychiatric and cognitive symptoms of Alzheimer’s patients may be more common than we thought
Time of Update: 2021-10-09
In order to study the prevalence of neuropsychiatric symptoms (NPS) and the trajectory of the relationship with cognitive function in the β-amyloid positive (A+) population in the clinical spectrum of Alzheimer's disease (AD) .
Time of Update: 2021-03-24
Acta NeuropathologicaIn this study, the researchers identified a type of RNA that could serve as a potential therapeutic target for developing treatments for Huntington's disease; this sRNAs molecule does not encode proteins, but is very important for regulating gene expression; the researchers said SRNAs may be involved in the pathogenesis of Huntington's disease.
Xi'an Jansen released 4 years of clinical data on Tremfya psoriasis Skin removal rate remained high
Time of Update: 2020-08-20
the clinical endpoint of VOYAGE 2 also includes patient-reported outcome assessments, including the Skin Disease Quality of Life Index (DLQI) and Psoriasis Symptoms and Signs Diary (PSSD).
Inhalation of interferon significantly reduces the risk of deterioration of the new crown
Time of Update: 2020-08-03
Today, British biotech company Synairgen announced that its inhaled beta interferon formulation SNG001 significantly reduces the risk of deterioration in patients with early new crowns in a stage II clinical phase.
Subacute skin-type lupus misdiagnosed as common psoriasis 1 case
Time of Update: 2020-05-29
1 Clinical data patient woman, 53 years old, married, hubei county Red plaques, scaly re-emergences of the whole body for 15 years, and then more than half a year 15 years ago, patients without o