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For nearly 30 years, HIV (human immunodeficiency virus) and AIDS (acquired immunodeficiency syndrome) has been shrouded in myths and misconceptions. In some cases, these misconceptions have prompted the very behaviors that cause more people to become HIV-positive. Although various unanswered questions about HIV remain, researchers have learned a great deal that debunks the ever so prevalent myths surrounding … Continue reading Top 10 HIV Myths
What are Cathepsins? Cathepsins are proteases, which degrade proteins, found in all animals and other organisms. There are about a dozen members of this family distinguished by their structure, catalytic mechanism, and which proteins they cleave. When do most members become activated? They are activated at low pH found in lysosomes. Where does Cathepsin activity … Continue reading Cathepsin FAQs
HIV/AIDS continues to be an epidemic amongst high risk populations. Here are the top current research articles on HIV and AIDS. Potential Clinical and Economic Value of Long-Acting Preexposure Prophylaxis for South African Women at High-Risk for HIV Infection Preexposure prophylaxis (PrEP) is one of the few preventative options available for young South African women … Continue reading Top Recent HIV/AIDS Research Articles
Meet Chase, our Sales/Procurement Engineer at AG Scientific. He currently handles all aspects of material flow, including procurement, planning, scheduling, receiving and shipping to ensure that materials are available when needed. He also has savvily developed a system for forecasting sales and determining inventory needs and managed and developed individual sales with a portfolio of over 2500 customers, among many … Continue reading AG Employee Spotlight: Chase
Here are the top myths about Diabetes, the 7th leading cause of death. Listed below are a couple of them that people seem to repeat to each other as facts, but are far different than the truth of the matter. Myth: You have to be overweight to develop diabetes; thin people don’t get the disease. Fact: There’s … Continue reading 10 Myths about Diabetes
About Zika Originally found in Uganda in 1947, this type of flavivirus is related to dengue, yellow fever, and West Nile viruses. The Zika virus and its relatives are mainly transmitted to humans through the bite of infected Aedes aegypti mosquitoes. 20% or so of the infected tend to have mild symptoms that subside. These symptoms … Continue reading Zika Virus: The Spread & The Cure
What had originated in Kinshasa, in the Democratic Republic of Congo around 1920, HIV crossed species from chimpanzees to humans. Before long, cases of rare lung infections and severe cancers developed from extreme cases of immune deficiencies peaked among gay men in 1981. Originally, this deficiency of the immune system was believed to be sexually … Continue reading Top 10 U.S. Cities With Highest Rates of HIV Infections
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Continuing from our last segment on sugar facts, here are more lesser known facts about sugar. Eliminating Sugars from Your Diet Is Not Necessary in Order to Lose Weight Because sugars are ingredients in junk food, it may be natural to suspect that they have a role in contributing to over-consumption and increased body weight. … Continue reading Sugar Facts: Part 2
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Biosensors have gained enormous attention in recent years in medicine and nanotechnology, where there is a growing interest in its application in tissue engineering. Since the development of the first oxygen biosensor by Lel and Clark in 1962, researchers in diverse fields have developed numerous biosensors for applications in medicine, biotechnology, and defense against bioterrorism, … Continue reading The Ultimate Guide to the Biosensors Market