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Cell Computing: “Rationale Gate” Paves Way for Nanoscale Computers

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The formation of nanoscale PCs for use in accuracy medical care has for some time been a fantasy of numerous researchers and medical services suppliers. Presently, interestingly, analysts at Penn State have created a nanocomputing specialist that can handle the capacity of a specific protein that is associated with cell development and disease metastasis. The examination makes ready for the development of complex nanoscale PCs for the anticipation and therapy of malignant growth and different infections. Nikolay Dokholyan, G. Thomas Passananti Professor, Penn State College of Medicine, and his associates — including Yashavantha Vishweshwaraiah, postdoctoral researcher in pharmacology, Penn State — made a semiconductor like 'rationale entryway,' which is a kind of computational activity where different sources of info control a result. Hanya di barefootfoundation.com tempat main judi secara online…
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A Balanced Intake of Antioxidants Could Prevent Alzheimer’s Disease

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Research conducted by the Ph.D student Mohamed Raâfet Ben Khedher and the postdoctoral researcher Mohamed Haddad of the Institut national de la recherche scientifique (INRS) has shown that an oxidation-antioxidant imbalance in the blood is an early indicator of Alzheimer’s disease, rather than a consequence. This breakthrough made by researchers under the supervision of the Professor Charles Ramassamy provides an avenue for preventive intervention: the antioxidants intake. The research team showed that oxidative markers, known to be involved in Alzheimer’s disease, show an increase up to five years before the onset of the disease. The results of this study, published in the Alzheimer’s & Dementia: Diagnosis, Assessment & Disease Monitoring (DADM) journal, suggest that oxidation may be an early marker of this disease that affects more than 500,000 Canadians. “Given…
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New Clues to Why Human Brains Decreased in Size 3,000 Years Ago

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The brain is the most complex organ in the human body. Now, a new study has brought us closer to understanding some of its evolution. It shows that human brains decreased in size approximately 3,000 years ago. By studying ants as models to illustrate why brains may increase or decrease in size, the researchers hypothesize that brain shrinkage parallels the expansion of collective intelligence in human societies. Studying and understanding the causes and consequences of brain evolution helps us understand the nature of humanity. It is well documented that human brains have increased in size over the course of our evolutionary history. Less appreciated is the fact that human brains have decreased in size since the Pleistocene. When exactly these changes happened, or why, was not well known. “A surprising…
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