A group of researchers from Switzerland have visualised and catalogued "blueprints" that lead to defective proteins.
Applications of this dynamic immunological model from Ulm, Germany range from the development of new diabetes therapies to vaccine research.
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Chronic liver disease is responsible for about two million deaths worldwide each year, and there is currently no cure. Researchers have discovered a cell type that controls liver regeneration by contact.
The European Association for the Study of Diabetes (EASD) will meet again from 27 September to 01 October in the framework of its annual congress. In 2021, the EASD Congress will take place in virtual form.
From 29 September to 2 October 2021, international experts from the fields of dermatology and venereology will come together for the 30th time at the virtual EADV 2021 Congress to exchange the latest scientific findings.
Dr. Gary Price writes about burnout among physicians. He urges all colleagues to address the issue in the light of day, especially after what has happened over the past year due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
A male patient reported onset of symptoms on 25 July 2021, dying on 2 August. The case is located in the Guéckédou Prefecture, Nzérékoré Region, and is the first known case of MVD in Guinea and West Africa.
More people in Germany are suffering from heart failure and cardiac arrhythmias. Despite new treatment options, the care of these two diseases remains a major challenge.
The successful phase III CheckMate 577 trial used adjuvant immunotherapy; a promising treatment for patients with recurrent oesophageal or upper gastric cancer.
In this exclusively, Prof. Steen Dalby Kristensen, President of the Danish Society of Cardiology (DCS), shares his first impressions about the European Society of Cardiology's 2021 congress program.
Does it make a difference whether a COVID-19 infection was treated in hospital? Whether the patient was male or female ? Scientific centres in Austria and Belgium have analysed studies on long COVID.
The simultaneous presence of several rare genetic variants increases the risk of the disease. Twenty-six genes have been identified, sixteen of which are associated with the disease for the first time.
Researchers from the University of South Australia have found that high coffee consumption is associated with smaller total brain volume and an increased risk of dementia.
Wars can have a few advantages, one of which is the advancement of medical practice. From 1914 to the Korean War, blood transfusion made great strides.
The dosage of broadly neutralising antibodies determines the ability of the virus to replicate. Findings may help to permanently suppresses the virus.
The IHR National Focal Point for the USA notified PAHO/WHO of the imported case. As of 27 July 2021 the patient is hospitalized.
Thirty years after the first European directives that guided the EU Member States towards the adoption of a single telephone number for emergencies, the situation is still evolving, and uneven across countries.
As a child, Michael Reh was sexually abused by his aunt. In this interview, he talks about his experiences, the consequences and the role that medical care plays in the process.
Louis Serre defined the revolutionary concept of taking the physician out of the hospital to provide care at the site of an accident and accompany the victim to the place of optimal treatment.