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News on the transplant front

There are not many organ donors, for one reason or another it is often impossible to perform the transplant. In the specific case of lung transplantation, the situation can get complicated. The lungs are delicate organs, the only way to conserve them is to place them in an environment that is several degrees below zero,… Continua a leggere News on the transplant front

28/12/2022Bio Blog

Reduce cholesterol with fermented milk

Fermented milks with added phytosterols are able to reduce the level of bad cholesterol by about 10% in subjects with moderate hypercholesterolemia. This is demonstrated by the first meta-analysis carried out on about 400 people which analyzed the results of 3 studies already published in the literature on the effect of a fermented milk with… Continua a leggere Reduce cholesterol with fermented milk

28/12/2022Bio Blog
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Molecule regenerates the heart

A new molecule (HBR) has been synthesized capable of regenerating the heart immediately after a heart attack and increasing the efficacy of subsequent stem cell transplantation. The revolutionary molecule is capable of immediately reducing the cardiac cell mortality produced by the infarction and inducing the formation of new coronary vessels together with the recruitment of… Continua a leggere Molecule regenerates the heart

28/12/2022Bio Blog

Artificial cells: the new frontier of therapy

Research destined to revolutionize the future of medicine has been published in the well-known journal Science: the birth of artificial life, i.e. artificial cells. The architect of this was Craig Verter, renowned scientist, protagonist in 2000 of the Human Genome Project, pioneer of long-term experiments but also a character criticized by ethics commissions for his… Continua a leggere Artificial cells: the new frontier of therapy

28/12/2022Bio Blog

20 years of Botox

It is a glorious story that of botox, discovered way back in 1820 and approved for the first time in 1989 by the American drug authority (FDA) with the indication for ocular dystonias. Since that year, the possible clinical applications have only multiplied up to the current over 20. But after its applications in ophthalmology,… Continua a leggere 20 years of Botox

28/12/2022Bio Blog

Youth elixir

Another surprise to come regarding the enormous abilities of skin cells. Fibroblasts , which we had already mentioned because they are capable, united with an oocyte, of generating a stem cell, now ensure a long life for young and perfect skin. Goodbye to the old scalpel and annoying botulinum injections, it is now possible to… Continua a leggere Youth elixir

28/12/2022Bio Blog

Non-metallic total ankle prosthesis

A study successfully completed and published in the Journal of Foot & Ankle Surgery describing a new technique for ankle repair. the technique developed by Daniel K. Lee, director of foot and ankle surgery at UCSD Medical Center, consists in applying a material very similar to collagen instead of the current titanium or steel prostheses.… Continua a leggere Non-metallic total ankle prosthesis

28/12/2022Bio Blog

Applied technology for aesthetic and medical use

Technology, somewhat in all sectors, is undergoing continuous developments. This is also the case in the sector of equipment for medical and aesthetic use. In order to fully exploit the potential that these evolutions offer, however, it is necessary to be trained and fully understand the use of the machinery. This is why General Project,… Continua a leggere Applied technology for aesthetic and medical use

28/12/2022Bio Blog
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MyLabTM Twice and O-scan: the new frontier of diagnostic imaging

The latest news in the field of diagnostic imaging comes from Vienna, where the European Society of Radiology has set the annual appointment for industry experts, the European Congress of Radiology. The imperative? Combining practicality with a high level of performance, as demonstrated by the proposals of Esaote, a leading group in the biomedical equipment… Continua a leggere MyLabTM Twice and O-scan: the new frontier of diagnostic imaging

28/12/2022Bio Blog