Cabecera ciencia en ingles

Researchers from the University of Granada discover that colon cancer patients experience abnormalities in processing chronic pain that increase their sensitization to pain of any kind in the future Researchers from the University of Granada have discovered that colon cancer survivors are more likely to suffer future lesions related with pain in the back and lower abdomen than healthy individuals of the same gender and age. These patients present a series of abnormalities in the abdominal wall (...)
Scientists from the University of Granada are the first to develop magnetic bacteria that, as part of food intake, help to diagnose digestive diseases like stomach cancer  Researchers have incorporated magnetic particles into probiotic bacteria like those found in many foodstuffs. These “magnetic probiotics” behave like some natural magnetic bacteria but are difficult to obtain in large quantities and have never been used in humans. Scientists from the University of Granada have successfully created magnetic bacteria that (...)
Andalusian researchers, led by the University of Granada, highlight the “evolutionary paradox” caused by this phenomenon for more than 2.5 million years   Their work has just been published in the journal BioMed Research International  Andalusian researchers, led by the University of Granada, have discovered a curious characteristic of the members of the human lineage, classed as the genus Homo: they are the only primates where, throughout their 2.5-million year history, the size of their (...)
Researchers from the University of Granada publish the results of this new drug, tested on mice The drug receives the name of S1RA, a selective blocker of the sigma-1 receptor, which manages to multiply the beneficial effect of opioids, the painkiller, without increasing constipation Scientists from the University of Granada have taken part, alongside the Esteve laboratory, in the development of a new drug that multiplies the analgesic effect of opioids (drugs for treating intense pain), (...)
Researchers from the University of Granada have discovered, for the first time, an allosteric interaction (that is, a regulation mechanism whereby enzymes can be activated or de-activated) between this protein, which forms part of the sheath of the Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) and an antibody that neutralizes the virus The study has been published in The Journal (...)
Scientists from the University of Granada have developed a methodology that allows phosphate ions to be measured – in real time and none-invasively – in the interior of osteoblasts, the precursors of bone cells Thanks to this methodology, specialists can avoid techniques base don radioactive treatments, which were the only ones that measured the phosphate concentration inside osteoblasts, but which have many drawbacks Scientists from the University of Granada (UGR) have opened the (...)
These are the results of a study published in the journal Mayo Clinic Proceedings carried out by researchers from the University of Granada, Madrid Polytechnic University and the European University The exercise plan designed managed to prevent excessive weight gain during pregnancy in 40% of the women studied. The risk of having a baby with macrosomia (inordinate weight of over 4 Kg in newly-born) can be reduced by up to 86% in obese or overweight (...)
An experiment by scientists at the University of Granada, Spain, shows a high-protein diet increases the chance of developing kidney stones and other renal diseases They warn that this type of diet may have potentially serious negative effects and needs to be monitored High-protein diets, like the popular Dr. Dukan diet, increase the long-term risk of developing kidney disease and have a negative effect on renal urinary and morphological markers. What's more, they may (...)
An article published in the journal Nutrición Hospitalaria (Hospital Nutrition) reveals that the attitude of healthcare personnel, along with starting early breast-feeding, are another two factors that help in increasing the mothers’ level of satisfaction The research was carried out by scientists from the University of Granada Nursing Dept. and the “San Cecilio” University Hospital (Granada, Spain) Mothers that have a vaginal birth without epidural anesthesia and who are accompanied by a family (...)
Scientists from the GENYO Centre and the University of Granada (Spain) have discovered that these cells are an excellent clinical tool to determine the response of treatments administered to patients with cancer of the colon. Their work has been awarded in the 9th International Symposium on Minimal Residual Cancer, recently held in Paris (France) Scientists from Granada have demonstrated, for the first time, that detecting circulating tumour cells (CTCs) in blood and studying (...)
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