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Est ce qu’il y a du Viagra dans l’air?

08 décembre, 2017 – “Y’a du Viagra dans l’air…”. Cette ’article était publié par FranceInfo et ici, légèrement modifié, reproduit. Alors que l’histoire semble à première vue plutôt amusant, pourrait être un grain de vérité derrière elle. Mais s’il vous plaît continuez à lire:

Les habitants du village irlandais de Ringaskiddy qui produit le fameux traitement contre la dysfonction érectile,

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Prothèses mammaires PIP: la condamnation à 4 ans de prison ferme de Jean-Claude Mas confirmée

02 mai 2016 – Ces nouvelles sont de peu de confort pour les femmes qui souffrent les produits fraudulentes de ce fabricant, ou qui ont souffert. Après tout, la cause de cette souffrance ne peut se débarasser en toute impunité. Comme je l’ai dit, une petite consolation seulement. 

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  • Artificial RNA editing with ADAR for gene therapy juillet 9, 2020
    Many of the diseases caused by point mutations have no established therapeutic approaches. Prof. Tsukahara and colleagues (Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology) are studying a therapeutic method using artificial RNA editing. Artificial site-directed RNA editing is an important technique for modifying genes and ultimately regulating protein function. We are trying to modify the […]
  • Amygdala changes in male patients with schizophrenia and bipolar disorder juillet 9, 2020
    Researchers at Kumamoto University, Japan have revealed that DNA methylation occurs in the gene that codes serotonin transporter (SERT), a protein that regulates neurotransmitter transmission, in schizophrenia and bipolar patients. Particularly prominent in males and patients with certain genetic polymorphisms, this methylation is inversely correlated with volume of the amygdala in the brain. This work […]
  • Surprisingly many peculiar long introns found in brain genes juillet 9, 2020
    In a recent study of genes involved in brain functioning, their previously unknown features have been uncovered by bioinformaticians from the Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology and the Institute of Mathematical Problems of Biology, RAS. The findings are reported in PLOS One.
  • Major cause of rare genetic mitochondrial disease identified juillet 9, 2020
    A cutting-edge study from the Murdoch Children's Research Institute (MCRI) has given hope to families of children born with a fatal heart muscle disease caused by faulty cell machinery.
  • Spatial mapping method pinpoints potential new therapeutic targets in lupus juillet 8, 2020
    A team of researchers from Children's Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) used a new method of pinpointing potential disease-causing changes in the genome to identify two new potential therapeutic targets for lupus, while also paving the way for more accurately identifying disease-causing variations in other autoimmune disorders. The findings were published online in Nature Communications.
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