Cell Sub-Journal: Intestinal symbiotic bacteria are involved in new mechanisms of intestinal homeostasis regulation
Time of Update: 2022-09-07
The researchers found that metabolites smaller than 3KD in the cultured supernatant of the bacterium had a direct induction dc immune tolerance effect, and demonstrated that one of the metabolites, choline, could induce DC's immune tolerance to Treg differentiation through upregulation of α7nAChR-mediated RA and TGF-β, thereby protecting mice from tolerable DSS-induced colitis.
Protection effect reaches 78
Time of Update: 2021-05-22
The materials released at the meeting showed that the effectiveness of BBIBP-CorV in the phase 3 clinical trial to prevent COVID-19 reached 78.
1%, and the effectiveness of preventing hospitalization due to COVID-19 reached 78.
A new product of the "Alzheimer's Clock" can be slowed down to appear at the fair
Time of Update: 2021-01-06
In the three-year study, researchers used a special nutritional intervention called Souvenaid Wisdom Agile to target early-stage Alzheimer's patients, which showed that the measure slowed the decline in clinical indicators associated with cognitive function, brain atrophy and disease development, and the longer they received the intervention, the more effective it beed, according to researchers at Danon Newdishia.
A breakthrough has been made in the freezing and preservation of human eggs
Time of Update: 2020-12-11
The reproductive medicine cryogenic team led by Cao Yunxia, a professor at Anhui Medical University, has found that melatonin can improve the freezing effect of human ovaries by inhibiting oxidative damage and maintaining the permeability of the egg cell membrane, marking a new breakthrough in the freezing and preservation of human eggs.
Australian studies point to a number of risk factors that lead to menopausal symptoms
Time of Update: 2020-12-02
SYDNEY, July 27 (Xinhua) -- A new study from the University of Queensland in Australia shows that some women are more likely to develop menopausal symptoms such as night sweats, which are associated with risk factors such as early menstrual surge and overweight.
Tea pesticide residues with on-site rapid detection of new methods
Time of Update: 2020-09-17
Reporters recently learned from Huahua Agricultural University, the university's tea department Professor Yan Dejiang team and National China Metrology University team, proposed a tea organochlorine posicide residues to carry out rapid and effective testing new method.
Experts from Fudan University found good medicine for prevention and treatment of cardiovascular disease from garlic
Time of Update: 2008-11-13
Yesterday, the reporter learned from the certification ceremony of Shanghai Unilever research and development fund that experts from Fudan University have extracted an active compound from garlic that