Mobile bedside bioprinter can heal wounds

Scientists have created such a mobile skin bioprinting system — the first of its kind — that allows bi-layered skin to be printed directly into a wound. With Immense pleasure, Wound Care 2019 along with the Organizing Committee Members invites all the participants from all across the globe to attend 2nd International Conference on Wound Care, Tissue Repair and Regenerative Medicine which is slated…

Organic farming can drive transition to sustainable food systems

Organic farming can play an important role in triggering a shift towards more sustainable food systems, according to an article published in the scientific journal “Nature Sustainability”. A team of international experts argues that there is broad consensus that we urgently need to change the way we produce and consume food. Only then will we…

Study finds test of protein levels in the eye a potential predictor of (future) Alzheimer’s disease

Low levels of amyloid-beta and tau proteins, biomarkers of Alzheimer‘s disease, in eye fluid were significantly associated with low cognitive scores, according to a new study. These findings indicate that proteins in the eye may be a potential source for an accessible, cost-effective test to predict future Alzheimer‘s disease. With Immense pleasure, Alzheimers Disease 2019 along with…

Gum bacteria implicated in Alzheimer’s and other diseases

Researchers are reporting new findings on how bacteria involved in gum disease can travel throughout the body, exuding toxins connected with Alzheimer’s disease, rheumatoid arthritis and aspiration pneumonia. They detected evidence of the bacteria in brain samples from people with Alzheimer’s and used mice to show that the bacterium can find its way from the…

A new culprit in cognitive decline in Alzheimer’s disease

Scientists have shown for the first time that a blood-clotting protein called fibrinogen is responsible for a series of molecular and cellular events that can destroy connections between neurons in the brain and result in cognitive decline. With Immense pleasure, Alzheimers Disease 2019 along with the Organizing Committee Members invites all the participants from all across the…

Hidden differences between pathology of CTE and Alzheimer’s disease

An international team of scientists at Indiana University School of Medicine, University of Kansas and the U.K. Medical Research Council has dismantled the belief that Alzheimer’s disease and Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy have identical pathology. Their discovery offers options for improved diagnosis and potential targeted treatments. With Immense pleasure, Alzheimers Disease 2019 along with the Organizing Committee Members…

How ‘sleeper cell’ cancer stem cells are maintained in chronic myelogenous leukemia

Even when chronic myelogenous leukemia is in remission, ‘sleeper cell,’ quiescent leukemic stem cells are maintained in microenvironments in the bone marrow. This maintenance is poorly understood. Researchers now describe how niche-specific expression of a particular chemokine by a particular type of bone marrow cell controls quiescence of these treatment-resistant leukemic stem cells. The chemokine…

Guardians of the synapse: Scientists identify a new role for nerve-supporting cells

Researchers have found, for the first time, that a blood-clotting protein can, unexpectedly, degrade nerves–and how nerve-supporting glial cells, including Schwann cells, provide protection. The findings show that Schwann cells protect nerves by blocking this blood-clotting protein as well as other potentially destructive enzymes released by muscle cells. The work could have implications for diseases…

It’s not a shock: Better bandage promotes powerful healing

A new, low-cost wound dressing could dramatically speed up healing in a surprising way. The method leverages energy generated from a patient’s own body motions to apply gentle electrical pulses at the site of an injury. With Immense pleasure, Wound Care 2019 along with the Organizing Committee Members invites all the participants from all across the globe to…

A nutty solution for improving brain health

Long-term, high nut consumption could be the key to better cognitive health in older people according to new research from the University of South Australia. With Immense pleasure, Alzheimers Disease 2019 along with the Organizing Committee Members invites all the participants from all across the globe to attend 3rd International Conference on Alzheimers Disease and Dementia which is slated…