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'Missing culprit' in heart failure identified

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Photo: Presure compared [23/03/2015] Working with lab animals and human heart cells, scientists from Johns Hopkins and other institutions have identified what they describe as "the long-sought culprit" in the mystery behind a cell-signaling breakdown that triggers heart failure.'Missing culprit' in heart failure identified - Read more

Transplantation of adrenal cells encapsulated in a bioreactor

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Graphic: Kidneys in the body [18/02/2015] If the function of the adrenal gland is disturbed it does not produce enough stress-adjusting messengers. The results are serious and cause life-threatening diseases. Till now academic medicine provides only limited. Researchers developed an artificial adrenal system in an animal model. This makes future human transplantation of adrenal cells possible. Transplantation of adrenal cells encapsulated in a bioreactor - Read more

Taming the inflammatory response in kidney dialysis

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Graphic: Structure of a complex molecule [15/12/2014] Frequent kidney dialysis is essential for the approximately 350,000 end-stage renal disease (ESRD) patients in the United States. But it can also cause systemic inflammation, leading to complications such as cardiovascular disease and anemia, and patients who rely on the therapy have a five-year survival rate of only 35 percent.Taming the inflammatory response in kidney dialysis - Read more

Genetic marker may help predict success of kidney transplants

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Graphic: Kidneys [02/12/2014] Kidneys donated by people born with a small variation in the code of a key gene may be more likely, once in the transplant recipient, to accumulate scar tissue that contributes to kidney failure, according to a study led by researchers at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai and published in the Journal of Clinical Investigation. Genetic marker may help predict success of kidney transplants - Read more

MEDICA EDUCATION CONFERENCE: Preventing diabetes from affecting the kidneys

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[03/11/2014] November 14, 2014 is World Diabetes Day – and MEDICA is also concerned with this metabolic disorder: several lectures at the MEDICA EDUCATION CONFERENCE are dedicated to the so-called “sugar disease” that affects 382 million people worldwide. The Conference addresses the damages caused by the disease, its prevention and therapy.MEDICA EDUCATION CONFERENCE: Preventing diabetes from affecting the kidneys - Read more

 
 

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