Daily Archives: November 8, 2015

New biomimetic materials for muscle regeneration

Skeletal muscle formation derives from a coordinated sequence of molecular and cellular changes, ultimately leading to the expression of large, multinucleated contractile fibers, characterized by a highly ordered assembly of striated myofibrils. To form contractile fibers, developing

Understanding the evolution of protein dynamics can lead to more effective non-toxic drug therapies

Proteins are macromolecules that play important roles in all living organisms. They protect the body from viruses and bacteria, control chemical reactions, transmit signals between cells and organs, and transport other molecules to places in the body

Natural compound-drugs are trending

Doing scientific research on natural compounds isolated from herbs and other plants is a very exciting, and can have a direct influence on human health, since such compounds have the potential to be developed in very successful

Changing the image of Gout

Gout is the most common arthritis of patients over 40 years of age. Many phycians treat these gouty attacks but do not realize that they should also care for the underlying urate accumulation. It is not only