Clinical research

The Role of Digital Biomarker Data in Preventive Epidemiology

Digital biomarker data is deepening the knowledge of a wide spectrum of diseases. The data is useful in preventive epidemiology as it revolutionizes the way scientists assess the link between an individual and the environment. Also, it influences the determination of effective treatment options. Patients can be monitored remotely, which is a more pragmatic solution

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Latest researches on peptides and their usage

Some scientists claim that peptides may become the drug of the future. Numerous studies demonstrate cell recovering qualities of peptides that affect the overall health of animals and humans. So what is the science behind peptides? What is a peptide bioregulator? Most people consider peptides as a smaller version of the protein. Although peptides and

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Preclinical CRO: What is ION Channel Screening?

Preclinical CRO, short for Preclinical Contract Research Organizations, are companies that provide the necessary logistics such as research, personnel, skills, and equipment for drug discovery. Drug discovery is a significant part of Preclinical health research, and technological advancements have made it possible for health researchers to increase productivity and breakthroughs. Today, a lot of CRO

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7 Amazing Benefits of Stem Cell Research

You’ve probably heard about the controversy surrounding stem cells, but before passing judgement, read here for 7 amazing benefits of stem cell research. The term “stem cell research” is very divisive in America. Some people see stem cell research as wonderful, but others see it as immoral and want it to stop. Yet, many people

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Is Penicillin Allergy Skin Testing on your Radar?

Evidence tells us patients labeled with a penicillin allergy often experience longer inpatient lengths of stay and higher costs. In addition, they’re often at higher risk for developing serious infections including Clostridium difficile, methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA), and vancomycin-resistant enterococci. We also know that minimizing unnecessary exposure to antimicrobials — particularly those that are penicillin-alternatives

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Lab Security: How Automation Can Keep Humans Safe

Automation is Becoming More Popular Automation in the workplace is becoming increasingly prevalent. Laboratories are no exception to this push towards technological solutions for age old problems. There are many advantages to investing in a robotic laboratory aid, the foremost of which is the health and safety of the human staff. Automated assistants can help

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