Post List

All posts; Tags Include "Pharmacology"

(Modify Search »)

  • November 30, -1
  • 12:00 AM
  • 2,499 views

genetically engineered stem cell treatment, gen therapy for HIV virus infection, AIDS.

by B V Waghmare in HIV virus and antiretroviral drugs and antiAIDS vaccine research and developmets

Scientists have collected stem cells from patients own body , and engineered them , and induced in to them gens which expresses three RNA-based anti-HIV moieties as follows .
1.tat/rev short hairpin RNA,
2.TAR decoy,
3.CCR5 ribozyme.
Amongst these anti HIV moieties CCR5 ribozyme is capable of hampering production of CCR5 protein a essential protein which is responsible for HIV virus entry in to new host cell , there it can lower a viral load , in to patient and help anti retroviral drugs t........ Read more »

B V Waghmare. (2010) Information on genetically engineered stem cell treatment, gen therapy for HIV virus infection, AIDS. . bvwaghmare.blogspot.com. info:/

  • November 30, -1
  • 12:00 AM
  • 2,361 views

Many Vegetarians Consume Animal-Derived Products in Medicines

by United Academics in United Academics

What should vegetarians do when medicines contain animal products? The answer seems an easy one: to refuse them or to act according to their conscience. But what if the consumers are not appropriately informed about the medicine components, or the doctors not even know that it contains animal products?... Read more »

  • November 30, -1
  • 12:00 AM
  • 803 views

The Fatal Flaw in Trial of Continuous or Interrupted Chest Compressions during CPR

by Rogue Medic in Rogue Medic

This is not a study that has a valid control group to determine if there is any benefit from ventilation. There is no group that does not receive ventilations, so it is like a study of one type of blood-letting vs. another type of blood-letting with the researchers taking for granted that blood-letting does improve outcomes. That is not a problem if blood-letting actually improves outcomes.

Should we take it for granted that blood-letting improves outcomes and that the only hypothesis worth s........ Read more »

Nichol, G., Leroux, B., Wang, H., Callaway, C., Sopko, G., Weisfeldt, M., Stiell, I., Morrison, L., Aufderheide, T., Cheskes, S.... (2015) Trial of Continuous or Interrupted Chest Compressions during CPR. New England Journal of Medicine, 2147483647. DOI: 10.1056/NEJMoa1509139  

Alldredge BK,, Gelb AM,, Isaacs SM,, Corry MD,, Allen F,, Ulrich S,, Gottwald MD,, O’Neil N,, Neuhaus JM,, Segal MR,.... (2001) A Comparison of Lorazepam, Diazepam, and Placebo for the Treatment of Out-of-Hospital Status Epilepticus. New England Journal of Medicine, 345(25), 1860-1860. DOI: 10.1056/NEJM200112203452521  

join us!

Do you write about peer-reviewed research in your blog? Use ResearchBlogging.org to make it easy for your readers — and others from around the world — to find your serious posts about academic research.

If you don't have a blog, you can still use our site to learn about fascinating developments in cutting-edge research from around the world.

Register Now

Research Blogging is powered by SRI Technology.

To learn more, visit http://selfregulationinstitute.org/.