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Now, a Tattoo That can Be Easily Removed
...rocess is widely used in manufacturing plant food, stain
remover, and even scratch-and-sniff perfume ads, where scent is released upon scratching a treated paper. Researchers at Brown University have made microencapsulated beads filled with dyes that do not have heavy metals and other toxins, making it ...
New Laser Offers Alternative to Surgery in Treating Voice Disorders
...aby's skin because it heated the blood causing the stain
without stiffening the delicate baby skin around it. "The most common treatment for voice disorders such as broken blood vessels and papillomas is surgical removal in the operating room," says Michael Johns, MD, director of the Emory Voice Center a...
New Technology Reveals Proteins Responsible for Diseases
...mply, if two proteins interact in iMYTH, they will stain
the yeast cell blue. "Like lock and key, if two proteins interact with one another, it is safe to assume they participate or regulate the same cellular process," explains Stagljar. "Identifying new interactors for ABC transporters may reveal unantici...
New Screening Process Helps Better Diagnose Oral Cancers
...onventional exam to the advanced, illumination and stain
exam. This study found that of the 84 patients ...biopsing lesions which retained the toluidine blue stain
reduced the false positive rate by nearly 59 percent while maintaining zero false negatives. Source...
Nanotechnology – to detect and treat ovarian cance
Manufacture of stain
resistant clothes to light and strong tennis rackets…. The way things are created is being transformed by nanotechnology. But, this technology will// have its greatest influence on the healthcare industry in future. Researchers at Rush University M...
Treating Tetracycline Stains Made More Affordable With New Treatment
...nd creates a permanent dark and deep gray or brown stain
over the entire tooth. Other stains appear in a pa...f a child had a high fever, just by looking at the stain
pattern on their patient's teeth. In the 1950s, tetracycline stains reached widespread levels becaus...
Safe Cigarettes Developed That Don’t Stain Your Teet
...n researcher has developed cigarettes, which don’t stain
the teeth, when injected with vitamin C.The new ci... the company claimed. VitaCig is less likely to stain
the teeth and create less of smell too, its creator claimed. It was more "beneficial" to health than...
Drug Combo Improves Performance Of Multiple Sclerosis Drug
...the same group of researchers had established that stain
drugs used for lowering of cholesterol could lower the development of full-blown form of multiple sclerosis. Although the following results have only been documented in animal models of the disease, so far, the researchers hope that the findings co...
PFCAs Detected in the Artic
...ix consumer and industrial products such as carpet stain
repellents and windshield washer fluid, they found levels of the fluorotelomer alcohols as high as 4 per cent. Hence the researchers said that the products themselves were the source of pollution and turning the residual tap will solve the pollutio...
Ways to whiter teeth!
...an destroy the part of the molecule that gives the stain
its color. Tooth veneer, a non-stain covering, made of porcelain, which the dentist bonds to the tooth enamel, is another alternative to keep teeth white and shining....
Changing stem cells to liver cells
... that they become liver cells.// These cells look, stain
and function like authentic liver cells. They produce albumin, the most abundant protein made by liver, urea, which is specific to kidney and liver, and P450, the liver's detoxifying enzyme. It's an exciting development, for liver cells have a rang...
New scalpel probes into cancer
...y way to tell if cancerous cells are present is to stain
tissue samples, which may take hours this scalpel will be able to tell the surgeon when to stop cutting. The brain is a particularly critical place to know when enough tissue has been removed, said project leader Paul Gourley. It works by incorpora...