Monthly Archives: November 2019

International Conference on Stem Cell & Gene Therapy. Rome, Italy. September 16-18, 2020

International Conference on Stem Cell & Gene Therapy 2020. AoS

Pleasure and honour in extending you a warmly invitation to all the participants on behalf of “Magnus corpus” from all over the world to attend International Conference on  Stem Cell & Gene Therapy during September 16th-18th, 2020 at Rome,

Tracking the building material sources of ancient Romans in north-eastern Italy

Tracking the building material sources of ancient Romans in north-eastern Italy. Atlas of Science

One of the many facets of cultural heritage studies is the identification of the possible sources of raw materials in ancient times. Samples from Roman buildings dating back to I century B.C. – II century A.D. and

Building an artificial kidney from human stem cells

Building an Artificial Kidney from Human Stem Cells. AoS

Many diseases and drugs affect kidney function by damaging the glomeruli — the major site of blood filtration and a target for many diseases. An in vitro model of the human glomerulus could facilitate therapeutic discovery and

Hospital, infections and the Matthew effect

Hospital, Infections and the Matthew Effect. AoS

Berlin’s Charité hospital, the city’s largest, has an illustrious past. Founded some 300 years ago, it became part of what is presently Humboldt University in 1810, and between1901-1908 three Nobel laureates in Physiology or Medicine were on

Keeping an “eye” on the structure and role of visual cycle proteins

The structure and role of visual cycle proteins. AoS

Opsins are ocular proteins in photoreceptors that transform light energy to initiate signals for vision. Each opsin contains an 11-cis-retinal chromophore which is converted into all-trans-retinal when activated by a photon. The all-trans-retinal must be recycled back

First report describing the spatial-temporal circulation and the genetic diversity of Parapoxvirus species in Mexico

Parapoxvirus species in Mexico. AoS

The Mexican-USA Commission for the Prevention and Diagnosis of Foot and Mouth Disease laboratory (CPA) plays a critical role for the diagnosis and surveillance of animal diseases in Mexico. In this level 3 biosecurity facility foreign viral

Be careful of podocyte B7-1

Chronic kidney disease . Atlas of Science

Chronic kidney disease (CKD) is a huge global health burden. If not treated promptly, CKD can progress to end-stage renal disease, meaning that kidney function is at below 10% of normal capacity. Under physiological conditions the kidneys

Superradient and subradient emission of molecules coupled via plasmons

A physical dipole consists of two equal and opposite point charges. Atoms and molecules can be viewed like oscillating dipoles, picturing each atom as a tiny antenna emitting electromagnetic waves. The excited atomic states are relaxing to

Taking medicines the right way: what do people with Parkinson’s do?

Many people with Parkinson’s have problems swallowing, but they need to take many medicines to lead an independent life. It is more important for people with Parkinson’s to take their medicines on time compared with other patient

Abbreviations students use in their everyday language

Abbreviations students use in their everyday language. AoS

Being a student is a time full of new revelations and experiences where individuals get to know the world and themselves better. Communication for students is a way to explore and understand each other, so every student

Consciousness hidden in the brain fissure

Consciousness, informally stated as the subjective feeling of being, comprises of two basic components—arousal (wakefulness) and awareness (awareness of environment and self). Although the posteromedial cortex (PMC), an area hidden in the posterior interhemispheric fissure, has been

Ovarian torsion or something else

Ovarian Torsion or Something Else. AoS

Ovarian torsion, also termed as adnexal torsion, is the total or partial twisting of the ovary and almost always involves part of the fallopian tube. The incidence of adnexal tumors increases with age and one of the