Daily Archives: February 16, 2017

Acute stroke in 3 brain territories suggests cancer

Over the past several decades cancer has increased to rival heart disease as the leading cause of death in the United States. Non-infectious endocarditis and cancer-associated hypercoagulation (C-AH) have both been suggested as a source of stroke

Artemisia annua leaves improved solubility of antimalarial drug, artemisinin

Artemisia annua L., also known as Sweet Annie, is a Chinese medicinal herb that produces the important antimalarial drug, artemisinin. Artemisinin is the most powerful antimalarial ever discovered and its derivatives are the main component of artemisinin

How can we observe the evolution of the species: an example of the New Zealand damselfly genus Xanthocnemis?

This article is part of a large research that investigates the taxonomy of the endemic to New Zealand damselfly genus Xanthocnemis. Prior to the beginning of this study, four species have been reported for the genus: X.

Steroid hormones regulated the cellular immune response of the crustacean

The endocrine system plays a crucial role in metabolism. Endocrine – secreted materials regulate the growth , development, reproduction, and immune response of organisms. In crustaceans , steroid hormones have been synthesized by feeding cholesterol as the