Results For: "therapy"

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  • Novel adjunct therapy to eliminate opioid tolerance and mitigate side effects

    Researchers at the University of Dundee have identified an adjunct to opioid therapy that suppresses the development of tolerance and may mitigate other severe side effects associated with opioid use.

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  • Biomarker assay to enable safe corticosteroid withdrawal

    Using hypothesis-free metabolomics screening, a list of seven biomarkers has been identified that, when combined, are highly sensitive in predicting corticosteroid dose and, thus, the risk of adrenal insufficiency on corticosteroid withdrawal. Quantitative assays for these metabolites will create a ...

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  • Therapeutic target for treating vascular pathologies

    A long non-coding RNA target that regulates the proliferation of vascular smooth muscle cells, is present in the plasma of cardiovascular disease patients, and found at increased levels in unstable regions of atherosclerotic plaques. Therapeutic targeting of this molecule could inhibit vascular remo...

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  • Combination Treatment for MRSA Nasal Carriage and MRSA-infected Wounds

    The new treatment is a combination of a peptide (ranalexin) with bacteria cell wall-digesting protein (lysostaphin), which specifically targets and kills Staphylococcus aureus, including MRSA.

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  • Synergistic antifungal combination

    Candida species are a major cause of catheter-related nosocomial bloodstream infections. We have identified that the combination of an echinocandin antifungal with certain antimicrobial peptides results in potent, synergistic inhibition of yeast pathogens in vitro, so offering a potential combinatio...

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  • Telomerase Promoter - Cancer Therapies

    The University of Glasgow has developed a (Ad-hTR-NTR) which has been extensively tested on Ovarian cancer cells.

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  • Macrophage-based cell therapy to treat acute liver injury

    A novel cell-based therapeutic intervention to treat patients suffering from acute episodes of liver injury. When injected into patients showing acute or drug-induced liver injury, alternatively-activated macrophages could promote liver repair, by reducing cell death, stimulating hepatocyte prolifer...

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