Computational Modeling Studies of the LRRK2 Protein in the Mechanism of Parkins...

Published: September, 2017

Pages: 10

Parkinson’s disease is a disorder of the nervous system, affecting movement. The most common gene mutation is said to be in the Leucine- rich repeat kinase 2 (LRRK2) gene, which...

Not Just Folk Medicine: Myofascial Cupping in the Tech Age!

Published: September, 2017

Pages: 6

You saw it on the Olympian swimmers in the 2016 Games, on Michael Phelps, on the backs of actresses sashaying down the red carpet, including Gwyneth Paltrow, Jessica Simpson, Victo...

Tumor Liberated Protein (TLP)

Published: August, 2017

Pages: 6

A tumor Associated Antigen (TAA) was isolated from Non Small Cell Lung (NSCL) cancer and named TLP, by Tarro [1]. The immune is to chemical analysis reveale...

The Importance of Dose-Time-Response Relationships for Hazard Identification and...

Published: August, 2017

Pages: 8

Historian Heiko Stoff has recently sketched a fascinating controversy in the 1950’s on chemical risk assessment [1]. Two renowned scientists in the Farbstoffkommission (Dye Commi...

The Participation of Diverse Faculty and Graduate Students in U.S. Engineering P...

Published: August, 2017

Pages: 8

Graduate programs in Engineering have immediate applications for the fields of Agricultural Engineering and Technology, but they also are relevant to Rural Development, Agricultura...

Quorum Sensing by Super Bugs and their Resistance to Antibiotics, a Short Review

Published: August, 2017

Pages: 10

Bacteria’s are the primitive form of the organisms that evolved millions of years ago and still, exist in our society. Like other animals, bacteria’s have the power of sensing ...

Cancer and the Science of Denial –with Breast Cancer/Long Island Breast Cancer

Published: July, 2017

Pages: 26

The word ‘cancer’ is of Latin derivation and means crab. By the turn of the 20th Century organized medicine had come to the conclusion that it was not a matter of whether infec...

Combined Action of Low-Intensity Physical Factors (Including Biologically Active...

Published: June, 2017

Pages: 8

A possibility of effective therapeutic action on biological objects of intensive physical and chemical factors jointly with biologically active substances in ultra-low doses and wi...

Processing Escapes: A New Perspective on Immune Escape Mechanisms

Published: June, 2017

Pages: 10

Novel approaches in cancer therapy have emerged in recent years. It is well-established that tumors tend to have a different antigenicity than normal cells, thereby triggering an i...

A Perspective on the Comorbidities of Chronic Migraine

Published: May, 2017

Pages: 9

In contrast to episodic migraine, chronic migraine tends to be associated with a multitude of medical and psychiatric comorbidities. If they are taken into consideration, it is gen...

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