What happens to our dopamine system when we experience an averse event
Time of Update: 2022-11-26
Article Nucleus-accumbens dopamine tracks aversive-stimulus duration and prediction but not value or prediction error A new study from the Netherlands Institute of Neuroscience examines how the dopamine system handles disgusting unpleasant events.
Miniature "bone marrow in a petri dish" improves anti-cancer treatment
Time of Update: 2022-11-26
"Article Human bone marrow organoids for disease modelling, discovery and validation of therapeutic targets in hematological malignancies Image: Cross-section of a miniature bone marrow organoid showing platelet-producing cells in a vascular network.
Infiltration energy: an abundant new clean resource from the river
Time of Update: 2022-11-22
， Infiltration energy: an abundant new clean resource from the river After scientists develop effective systems for salt water power generation, the world's estuaries may soon be able to provide an abundant new clean resource, namely osmosis energy.
China will continue to have the highest voice in international Internet of Things standards
Time of Update: 2022-11-18
Liu Haitao, President of Wuxi Internet of Things Industry Research Institute, proposed the concept of building "Sensing China" on August 7, 2009, which was highly affirmed by the state and gave instructions to quickly establish a "Sensing China" center.
Progress has been made in the production of long-chain α-olefins from syngas with high carbon efficiency
Time of Update: 2022-10-25
Recently, the team of researchers Zhong Liangshu and Sun Yuhan of the Shanghai Advanced Research Institute of the Chinese Academy of Sciences prepared a new modified ruthenium-based Fischer-Tropsch synthesis route (FTO) catalyst, which realized the direct conversion of syngas with high carbon efficiency to produce long-chain α-olefins.
New progress has been made in the "Research on the Conservation Genetics of Fish in the Tarim River" of the Heilongjiang Institute of Fishery Sciences
Time of Update: 2022-10-13
Some scholars have speculated that the Schizothorax esocinus distributed in the Tarim River may be a hybrid of the flat-nosed fish and the Tarim split-bellied fish, but there is no direct genetic evidence.
Institute of Chemistry develops new optical probe and analytical method to eliminate false-positive interference from albumin
Time of Update: 2022-09-01
Elimination of albumin interference by combining albumin-insensitive fluorophores and their variable π-conjugation systems Proteases are associated with many diseases, and the use of optical probes for their high-sensitivity and high-selectivity fluorescence imaging and detection is of great significance in human health research .
South Korea to implement incentives to promote PET bottle recycling
Time of Update: 2022-08-21
At the beginning, the Ministry of Environment will only build a recycling system suitable for high-quality "colorless plastic bottles and drinking water bottles", and after discussions with the local government and related companies, it will determine the pilot project area in December this year, and promote it from January to June next year.
Research team discovers gene linked to suicide
Time of Update: 2022-01-25
Mirko Manchia, MD, assistant professor of psychiatry at the University of Cagliari in Italy and one of the study's senior authors, said: "Stratification of patients according to validated gene expression signatures will aid future risk assessment of suicidal behaviors.
Clin Gastroenterology H: Correlation between risk of inflammatory bowel disease and disease phenotype
Time of Update: 2022-01-23
Disease phenotypes carry important prognostic information, such as risk of surgery and other complications, and are used clinically to guide inflammatory Treatment of patients with bowel disease (IBD) .
Therefore, in this study, researchers sought to investigate whether known environmental risk factors for CD and UC contribute to the development of the disease.
The immune system has a "memory" of the coronavirus
Time of Update: 2021-12-01
The immune system has a "memory" of the coronavirus If you have been infected with other coronaviruses, it will help speed up the body's elimination of the new coronavirus The immune
Treatment of anal cancer precursor lesions can reduce cancer risk in HIV-infected people
Time of Update: 2021-10-09
Joel Palefsky, MD, professor of medicine and lead researcher at the University of California, San Francisco, said that it also provides important information for the development of standard care guidelines for people at high risk of anal cancer, including screening and treatment of anal HSIL .
US Centers for Disease Control: People who have not been vaccinated are 11 times more likely to die from the new crown than those who are fully vaccinated
Time of Update: 2021-10-01
On September 10, 2021, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released a study comparing SARS-CoV-2 infection rates, hospitalization rates, and death rates between vaccinated and unvaccinated people .
Chemical marketing in Jiangsu with multiple measures to promote a good start in the first quarter
Time of Update: 2021-09-15
The quality of unified sales trade operations was significantly improved, achieving a "good start" for the first quarter.
NEJM: Large-scale research subverts people's perceptions of the side effects of COVID-19 vaccine
Time of Update: 2021-09-13
In short, the largest real-world research data on the side effects of the new coronavirus vaccine shows that the BNT162b2 mRNA vaccine has nothing to do with the increased risk of most adverse events, and serious risks such as myocarditis are actually higher in unvaccinated infected people .