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Axolotl — Mexico's Amphibian with Unique Regenerating Abilities

Axolotls are known to be attractive model organisms among scientists and studies on their genome are being carried out to unravel the reasons behind their regenerating abilities.

Sidra Kazmi
IISER Bhopal scientist Proposes the Biochemical Link between COVID-19, Diabetes, and Ageing, and Proposes Therapeutic Solutions Using Existing Drugs

The published review shows that at the molecular level, there are intersecting pathways that are common to diabetes, ageing, and COVID-19.

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New Hybrid 3D Printing Technique will add a Fourth Dimension to Additive Manufacturing

A new chemical process for additive manufacturing suggests exciting possibilities for 4D printed components – such as properties that change over time.

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Effects of COVID-19 on Sensory Perception, Appetite and Food Eating Behaviour

When patients suffering from COVID lose their ability to sense or smell food, they may perceive the food intake as unsatisfactory.

Sidra Kazmi
Researchers Develop Machine Learning Algorithm to Diagnose Deep Vein Thrombosis

Researchers are developing the use of an artificial intelligence (AI) algorithm with the aim of diagnosing deep vein thrombosis (DVT) more quickly and as effectively as traditional radiologist-interpreted diagnostic scans.

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Unveiling Celiac Disease

Celiac Disease (CD) is an autoimmune disease wherein the body fights its own tissue when it encounters gluten.

Pankaj Vohra
Industrial Trans Fatty Acids and Regulations in India

Creating infrastructure for sampling, testing and reporting of industrial Trans Fatty Acids in foods will play a major role in making India compliant to the World Health Organization’s Global Elimination of Trans Fats goal by the year 2023.

Birendra Kumar Paliwal & Meher Wan
Indian Researchers Attempt to Understand the Working of Proteins, Causing Multi-drug Resistance

Researchers have attempted to elucidate the working of the transporter proteins, causing multi-drug resistance in the bacteria.

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Superfoods: How ‘Super’ Are They?

The food industry bestows the superfood label generally on nutritionally dense foods with a ‘supposed’ capacity to beneficially influence human health.

K. Srinivasan

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