Daily Archives: March 6, 2017

An oblique approach to the lumbar spine: what we know so far

As people get older, lower back and leg pain is a common and often debilitating problem, preventing simple tasks including walking. Unfortunately it is unavoidable because of simple wear-and-tear of the discs and joints that make up

Non-invasive brain stimulation: how reliably can we change your mind?

Non-invasive brain stimulation is becoming increasingly popular within scientific research. This is because it has the ability to painlessly influence targeted regions of the brain, without the side effects associated with many medications. At first glance, the

Activation tagged mutant resource of rice – a gold mine for agronomic applications

Insertional mutagenesis is a technology in which a segment of DNA, about which the investigator has complete information for its tracking, is introduced into the plant genome. These known DNA fragments can be elements such as transposons