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Pain relieved by ionized bracelets

...re hopeful that the problem could be relieved// by ionized bracelets. So the researchers divided the participants into two groups - one of which was given an ionized bracelet, while the other received a placebo bracelet that looked identical. The participants were...

Mass Spectrometry to Identify Viruses

...rometry is essentially a laser turns a sample into ionized particles, which are then accelerated in a vacuum toward a detector. The time lapsed prior to their being detected on a detector helps researchers determine the mass of the particles. By targeting characteristic particles, or peptides, belonging to t...

Cell Behavior Better Understood with Nano Probe

...concentrations by measuring the relative masses of ionized atoms and molecules) for identification. The probe does this dynamically (not statically), imaging the surface and mapping cellular activities and communication potentially in real time. In essence, in scanning mode, the SMS probe could create images...

Elusive Step In DNA Mutation Uncovered By Researchers

...ion about how water reacts with the guanine of the ionized DNA, a critical step in DNA mutation that has elud... researchers for decades - somehow the hole in the ionized DNA reacts with water. This critical step is the first in a series that brings about a change in the...

New Technique to Identify Bacteria for Food Safety

...lecules in the sample, turning them into ions. The ionized molecules are then vacuumed from the surface into the mass spectrometer, where the masses of the ions are measured and the material analyzed. Such a system could alert employees in the food and health-care industries to the presence of pathogens an...

Multiple Low-energy Plasma Skin Treatments Beneficial in Reducing Facial Wrinkles

...which electrons are stripped from atoms to form an ionized gas," the authors write as background information in the article. During plasma skin regeneration, energy from plasma is emitted in millisecond-long pulses to target skin tissues. The energy level is set manually on the device, which is, according to...

Maggots Rid Patients of MRSA

...ver dressings and the biogun treatment, which uses ionized air to create superoxide radicals and eradicate bacteria. Professor Boulton said: "This is very exciting. We have demonstrated for the first time the potential of larval therapy to eliminate MRSA infection of diabetic foot ulcers. If confirmed in a...

Maggots Rid Patients of MRSA

...ver dressings and the biogun treatment, which uses ionized air to create superoxide radicals and eradicate bacteria. Professor Boulton said: "This is very exciting. We have demonstrated for the first time the potential of larval therapy to eliminate MRSA infection of diabetic foot ulcers. If confirmed in a...

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