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Researchers from the University of Granada have developed a new, quick and economic method that allows to determine if a child aged 2-4 suffers from silent celiac disease (the disease that goes unnoticed for the doctor because it presents minor symptoms, imperceptible even for the patient) Researchers from the University of (...)
Researchers from the universities of Granada, Barcelona and Jaen prove that maslinic acid, a natural triterpene found in high concentrations in the waxy skin of olives, is effective, in Caco-2 p53-deficient colon adenocarcinoma cells, in just a few hours Researchers from the University of Granada (UGR), in collaboration with the universities of Barcelona and Jaen, have (...)
An international team of researchers, with the participation of the University of Granada, reveals new data on why breast cancer has a higher incidence and is more aggressive in obese people The results were published in the last issue of the renowned Cancer Research magazine An international team of (...)
An international team of researchers lead by the University of Granada has scientifically proven, for the first time, that depression is associated with important alterations of the oxidative stress, so it should be considered a systemic disease This work could explain the significant association that depression has with cardiovascular diseases and cancer, and why people with depression die younger An international team of researchers lead by the University of Granada (UGR) has scientifically proven, for the first (...)
Researchers from the Hospital Inmaculada ONCOSUR-Granada hospital and the University of Granada (UGR) prove that sleep problems are very significant among patients with cancer prior to undergoing radiotherapy. A study carried out by researchers from the Hospital Inmaculada ONCOSUR-Granada hospital and the UGR department of Personality, Assessment and Psychological Treatment shows the sleep disturbances suffered by patients with cancer before receiving (...)
A research carried out by scientists from the University of Granada and King's College London shows that maternal DHA supplementation could help preventing or reducing the risk of the newborn suffering from anemia. A research has proven, for the first time, that maternal supplementation with docosahexaenoic acid (DHA), an omega-3 essential polyunsaturated fatty acid, enhances fetal iron metabolism thanks to a (...)
Scientists from the University of Granada have developed a new fluorescent dye capable of detecting, in a single test lasting 20 minutes, the presence of phosphate and biothiol inside living cells. This scientific breakthrough could contribute significantly to the early diagnosis of diseases such as osteoporosis, Alzheimer's, type 2 diabetes, and prostate cancer, since abnormal levels of both substances are associated with these diseases.In a paper published in the academic journal Chemistry - A European (...)
A research team, with the participation of the University of Granada, has proven that two small structural elements, called decorin and lumican, could be decisive in the development of a resistance to the drugs currently used for treating glioblastoma multiforme, such as temozolamide. It's the most frequent and aggressive tumor that affects the central nervous (...)
This significant scientific breakthrough, published this week in the prestigious academic journal Nature Genetics, paves the way for the development of new, more effective, and personalized medical treatments for this autoimmune disease. Their work provides us with the tools needed to classify patients in accordance with their genetic profiles and the risks associated with these profiles.It is the most comprehensive genetic study carried out to date of systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE or lupus), a disease (...)
An international team, made up of researchers from the University of Granada, Washington University in St. Louis, and the University of South Florida, has linked the symptoms of schizophrenia with the anatomical characteristics of the brain, by employing magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). Their research, published in the academic journal NeuroImage, could herald a significant step forward in the diagnosis and treatment of schizophrenia. In a major breakthrough, scientists have successfully linked the symptoms of the (...)
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