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How does it sound when we say that the US experienced COVID-19 last December itself?

A new study stated that the COVID-19 was prevalent in the US much before the first case reported in China. The shocking particulars from...

Inflammasome activation by fungus gets attraction among researchers

Scientists discovered a pathway by which the Aspergillus fungi stimulates the body's innate immune system. For instance, there were many questions regarding inflammasome activation,...

Escaped Danish mink from fur farms has the potential to infect wild animals with SARS-CoV-2

The SARS-CoV-2 virus invariably affected almost half of the human population in the world despite leaving the wild animals untouched. It always has a...

BICRA gene is responsible for undiagnosed neurodevelopmental disorders, scientists find

We know there are quite a lot of idiopathic cases in the medical and veterinary profession. Scientists are on a search to look after...

Radical testing of COVID-19 patients could solve the epidemic in weeks, new study says

It has been a year since the emergence of the pandemic, yet we still don't have a single shot of a public vaccine. Though...

Unraveling the molecular mechanism for Alzheimer’s disease

Alzheimer's disease, the most common neurodegenerative disorder of adults since it creates a problem with memory, thinking, and behavior. It remains unbeknownst and requires...

Gold nanoparticles to aid in determining drug effectiveness

One of the critical steps in drug development is tracking how it gets into target cells and observing their action inside the cells. Therefore,...

Macrophage produce novel molecules to repair damaged tissues from inflammation

Macrophages are the most complex part of the immune system. It helps to detect foreign bodies and able to eliminate it from the system...

It may be alright to wear masks while exercising, a new study suggests

It was widespread knowledge during the early days of the pandemic that it was not healthy to perform rigorous exercises when wearing a face...

The Hangover IV: Ready for COVID-19 Vaccine? Testing volunteers say not so fast

Pfizer announced on Monday that they had a COVID-19 vaccine with a 90 percent success rate. Unfortunately for some trial testing volunteers, the side-effects...

The US reported more than 200,000 new COVID-19 cases in just 24 hours

More people in the US are still facing their worst kind for about six months. On Tuesday, the cases crossed the previous daily records...

A protein does protect people from Lyme disease, experts say

Lyme disease, a most common vector-borne disease, caused by the bacterium Borrelia burgdoferi. It transmits to humans through the bite of infected black-legged ticks....

How cool is to detect superbugs in just an hour?

"Superbug" is the most growing topic all over the world for a decade. They are the germs, which could be bacteria, parasites, or fungi...

Novel nasal sprays assists in preventing SARS-CoV2 transmission

Scientists from Columbia University Vagelos College of Physicians and Surgeons develop a nasal antiviral, which could hamper the transmission of SARS-CoV-2. They have experimented...