Mapping red nucleus connections in humans by using dMRI and tractography

Human brain is an enormous and complex network. Central to current scenario on brain networks is the concept of the connectome More »

Curiosity and flexibility help birds to master rapid environmental change

Birds are one of the most mobile organisms on earth due to their ability to fly. This allows them to use areas far apart for breeding and non-breeding More »

Virus chainmail: protective and porous metal-organic framework grown on a virus

Biomineralization describes a process of programmable accumulation, concentration, and construction of inorganic ions regulated by organisms to form both amorphous More »

Species are always important

This review is based on the premise that all species are important to life on earth even if the exact role or value of a species has not been formally documented More »


Improving Social Skills for adults with autism and co-occurring intellectual disabilities to promote workplace inclusion

Social behaviors are complex and differ in presentation across age groups and cultures. The development of social skills, are necessary to promote positive social interactions across a range of community environments, especially the workplace. The ability to

The choroid plexus: a new player in the (microbiome-)gut-brain axis

The healthy human gut microbiome contains 100 trillion bacteria, outnumbering the amount of human cells by a factor of 10. These bacteria are important in several crucial processes in our body. Hence, changes in the composition, caused

Mercury and cadmium rigidify eukaryotic lipid extracts but mercury also ruptures red blood cells

Although the serious adverse effects of Hg and Cd have been known for hundreds of years, the mechanisms of their toxicity are still poorly understood. The industrial revolution resulted in more toxic heavy metals in the environment

Using artificial intelligence to understand irritable bowel syndrome, chronic fatigue syndrome and fibromyalgia syndrome

Modern medicine is based on the concept of disease. Each disease has its own unique and specific pathophysiology – meaning that each disease has a biological fault that defines that disease and only that disease. Functional disorders

Don’t assume cause and effect is obvious: Why obesity isn’t to blame for errors in burn assessment

For several years, the medical community has been concerned that evaluations of burns are becoming less accurate.  This is a problem because burns leak, and burn victims must receive supplemental fluids to compensate for the loss.  If

Global Pharmaceutical and Pharma Industry Conference. Osaka, Japan. Febuary 28 – March 1, 2019

Conference Series Ltd welcomes you to attend the International Conference and Exhibition on “Global Pharmaceutical and Pharma Industry Conference” during Febuary 28th –March 1st 2019 Osaka, Japan. This Pharmaceutics Conference includes a wide range of Keynote presentations,

Low temperature behavior of propane confined in porous silica

Behavior of fluids is known to differ when they are confined in pores with typical diameters of a few nanometers. In nature this scenario plays out in a lot of examples. For example, water and hydrocarbon gases

Does getting sick make kids weaker? The effect of appendicitis on muscle mass

Appendicitis is a common illness that can often be treated with a laparoscopic appendectomy, which is a relatively routine surgery. If it is caught early, patients are often able to go home the same or next day.

Biophysical modulation of lipid model membranes by cobalt and nickel

Cobalt (Co) and Nickel (Ni) are important industrial metals used in the manufacture of a variety of everyday products. Additionally, Co is an essential trace element for humans, involved in the structure and function of vitamin B12.

RNA-mediated epigenetic inheritance

The central dogma of molecular biology, which is still largely considered one of the most core fundamental concepts in the field, states that DNA is transcribed to RNA, which is then translated into protein. Although this statement

How to write interesting and engaging essays

Just as you enjoy reading well written and great writing, other people will enjoy reading your essays if they are interesting and well written. If you know the art of writing engaging essays, you will notice that

Adrenaline and liver mitochondria proliferation

The aim of our work was to define a possible role of adrenaline in the process of “mitochondrial biogenesis”. Mitochondria, the powerhouse of the cells, use oxygen as the last acceptor of electrons in their electron chain

Clubbing in patients with fibrotic interstitial lung diseases

Many years ago Hippocrates already described clubbing. Clubbing is a deformation of the nail base resulting in a swollen and spongy convex. It is frequently seen in patients with interstitial lung diseases (ILDs). ILDs contain a variety

A new strategy to drug development for neuromuscular disorder

Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), also known as Lou Gehrig’s disease, is a neurodegenerative disease in which motor neuron (MN) loss in both the spinal cord and motor cortex causes progressive paralysis, muscle atrophy, and death. So far,

Physician-pharmacist collaboration: improving patient care through an interdisciplinary approach

General overview of physician-pharmacist collaborative management Within primary care settings, contemporary collaborative practices have aimed to embed the clinical pharmacist into a team-based-care model. Often referred to as the physician-pharmacist collaborative management (PPCM), it has recently been

Domain strain-engineering for epitaxial ferroelectric thin films by sputtering

The integration of multiferroic materials in the new generation of nanostructured electronic devices requires precise and orderly control of the thin films growth, taking into account the nature of such materials to develop domain structures, that is,

Infectious Leptospira cross-talk with host catecholamine’s during infection

Leptospira belongs to the family Leptospiraceae and the pathogenic species cause a zoonotic disease called leptospirosis. Leptospirosis is a worldwide zoonotic infection of human and veterinary concern, with approximately over one million cases reported annually. This disease

How can you tell that stem cells are good at math? You can watch them multiply and divide!

Blood production is an essential process in all vertebrate animals that needs to occur throughout an organism’s lifespan; red blood cells need to carry oxygen to distant tissues, platelets are required for stopping bleeding after injuries, and

Extracellular enzymes detecting heavy metal pollution in the Ganga River

India with more than 1.25 billion peoples is facing a significant challenge in meeting the growing water supply needs of burgeoning human population. Ganga, the most sacred river of India, that supplies water to over one fourth

Unlocking a cure from within for X-linked diseases

The mammalian X chromosome is home to many genes that are important for brain development and function, as well as genes associated with reproduction. More than 200 disease-causing mutations have been identified on the X-chromosome. Diseases caused