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Oh Nurse! Anita Louisevia Film Noir Photos & sisterwolf


Oh Nurse! Anita Louise

via Film Noir Photos & sisterwolf

Ecrit le 10/08 14:59
“Taking patient from ambulance” at Boston City Hospital,...


“Taking patient from ambulance” at Boston City Hospital, November 11, 1928. Boston City Hospital collection (7020.001)

Via cityofbostonarchives.

For more digitized images from this collection, see here

Ecrit le 21/06 02:26
Kitchen staff at Boston City Hospital, November 13, 1912,...


Kitchen staff at Boston City Hospital, November 13, 1912,  Boston City Hospital collection (7020.001), Box 47, Boston  City Hospital.

Via cityofbostonarchives

Please attribute to Boston City Archives

Ecrit le 21/06 02:23
UCF Scientists Use Gene Editing Tech to Develop New Screening...


UCF Scientists Use Gene Editing Tech to Develop New Screening Tool for Parkinson's Disease

Via medresearch 

A team of researchers at the University of Central Florida is using CRISPR Cas9, the breakthrough gene-editing technology, to develop a new screening tool for Parkinson's disease. The technology allows scientists in the lab to “light up” and then monitor a brain protein called alpha-synuclein that has been associated with Parkinson's.

“Alpha-synuclein is a protein that is normally found in the brain. We all have it,” said Burnett School of Biomedical Sciences doctoral student Levi Adams, one of the lead researchers on the project. “But for some reason, when you have Parkinson's the levels become abnormal. So, if we can monitor this protein in the cell, we can start to measure what causes it to go up and also what treatments can cause it to go down.”

The team published its findings in the Scientific Reports journal.

Using the CRISPR technique, the Burnett team edited the alpha-synuclein gene and inserted a luminescent tag made from proteins that causes fireflies to light up. Every time the cell creates the alpha-synuclein protein, the tag gives off a light. That reaction “makes it much easier to measure,” Adams said. “More light means an increased level of alpha-synuclein, which would be considered a diseased state.”

“If we take one of these modified cells and treat it with a particular drug, if it doesn't produce light anymore, then this means the drug is a potential treatment for this disease,” doctoral student Sambuddha Basu said.

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Funding: The study is supported by the financial support from National Institute of Health vide grant number 5R21NS088923-02 awarded to Y.S.K. S.B. is supported from University of Central Florida's Graduate Dean's Dissertation Completion Fellowship. L.A. is recipient of University of Central Florida's Trustees Doctoral Fellowship.

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Ecrit le 15/06 00:21
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