CHANGING LIFESTYLES TO STOKE MORE GROWTH IN PHARMACEUTICALS
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Blood typing is an indispensable technique for identifying an individual's blood characteristics to ensure the safety of blood donation and transfusion procedures. Blood group determination helps in understating a person's blood group and determining the presence of Rh factor in red blood cells.
Rep Id : TMRGL32999 | Published | Pharmaceutical | February 2024
Biological imaging reagents help detect biological processes at molecular level and enable medical physicians/practitioners to obtain diagnostic information to detect and treat diseases, especially in neurology, cardiology, and oncology fields.
Rep Id : TMRGL48474 | Published | Pharmaceutical | February 2024
Hypopigmentation disorders are skin conditions caused due to pigmentation or loss of skin color. These disorders include vitiligo, albinism, and tinea versicolor. Treatments for hypopigmentation disorders depend on the severity and specific condition.
Rep Id : TMRGL47592 | Published | Pharmaceutical | February 2024
Gastrointestinal bleeding or gastrointestinal hemorrhage is bleeding that occurs within the gastrointestinal tract, which includes the organs involved in digestion from the mouth to the anus. Gastrointestinal (GI) bleeding can occur in various parts of the digestive system, including stomach, small intestine, esophagus, large intestine, and rectum.
Rep Id : TMRGL47580 | Published | Pharmaceutical | February 2024
Osteoarthritis, better known as degenerative joint disease, majorly impacts the neck, knees, hips, lower back, and small joints of fingers. The disease progresses gradually, which results in moderate to severe pain in the body parts mentioned above, and low quality of life, especially in the population subject to low physical
Rep Id : TMRGL47571 | Published | Pharmaceutical | February 2024
Thrombosis is a blood clot within blood vessels that limits the flow of blood. Venous thrombosis and arterial thrombosis are two main types of thrombosis. Venous thrombosis is also known as Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT)
Rep Id : TMRGL46293 | Published | Pharmaceutical | February 2024
Oncolytic virus immunotherapy entails usage of viruses in cancer treatment in order to infect and destroy cancer-affected cells. The naturally occurring virus is thus engineered to deliver therapeutic payloads to tumors and render immune-boosting molecules after tumor cells are infected.
Rep Id : TMRGL44931 | Published | Pharmaceutical | February 2024
Horseradish peroxidase, also referred to as HRP enzyme is commonly used in molecular biology and biochemistry experiments due to its ability to catalyze various reactions involving hydrogen peroxide. It is derived from the roots of the horseradish plant.
Rep Id : TMRGL45045 | Published | Pharmaceutical | February 2024
Toxicology testing constitutes finding out the level at which a substance of interest can adversely affect regular biological functions of organisms. 3D cell culture is looked upon as one of the notable advancements, which facilitates safety testing of compounds in in-vitro environment mirroring host physiology.
Rep Id : TMRGL44459 | Published | Pharmaceutical | February 2024
Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV) is a type of respiratory virus that primarily affects infants and young children, and also the geriatric population. Those with weaker immune systems are also at higher risk of contracting RSV infection.
Rep Id : TMRGL42701 | Published | Pharmaceutical | February 2024
Gene delivery is a procedure that introduces foreign DNA into host cells. Gene delivery systems are used to deliver therapeutic drugs targeting a specific area. Gene therapy administers an appropriate material to replace a defective or missing gene.
Rep Id : TMRGL41636 | Published | Pharmaceutical | January 2024
Drug delivery systems are devices that facilitate controlled administration of drug in the body in terms of time, rate, and place of release. These devices include syringes, injectable drug delivery solutions, and auto-injectors.
Rep Id : TMRGL41543 | Published | Pharmaceutical | January 2024
Neuroprotection refers to a spectrum of strategies and interventions aimed to safeguard the structure and function of the nervous system, especially the brain, and preventing or slowing down the progression of neurodegenerative diseases.
Rep Id : TMRGL40553 | Published | Pharmaceutical | January 2024
Bone marrow aspirate concentrate (BMAC) is made from the fluid that is collected from bone marrow. Its components include granulocytes, red blood cells, immature myeloid precursors, platelets, and mononuclear cell concentration. These are obtained via minimally invasive procedures, thus averting open bone graft procedures.
Rep Id : TMRGL40451 | Published | Pharmaceutical | January 2024
Diabetes mellitus is a prevalent metabolic disorder affecting pets, including dogs and cats, necessitating meticulous management to enhance their quality of life. As the incidence of diabetes in pets continues to rise, researchers and veterinarians are actively exploring innovative strategies and pharmaceutical interventions to address this health concern.
Rep Id : TMRGL85929 | Published | Pharmaceutical | January 2024
Immunotherapy is a type of medical treatment that stimulates the body's immune system to fight diseases, including cancer. Immunotherapy drugs are designed to enhance or modify the immune system's response to target and eliminate abnormal cells.
Rep Id : TMRGL23771 | Published | Pharmaceutical | January 2024
Alzheimer's disease is the most common type of dementia. Dementia is a progressive disease beginning with mild memory loss and possibly leading to loss of control of memory, language, and thought. Lack of functioning of brain proteins, called neurons, is one of the major causes of Alzheimer’s-related dementia.
Rep Id : TMRGL39203 | Published | Pharmaceutical | January 2024
Protein therapeutics refer to the use of proteins as therapeutic agents to treat various medical conditions and diseases. Unlike traditional small-molecule drugs, protein therapeutics are larger, more complex molecules that often mimic or interfere with natural proteins in the body to modify or regulate biological processes. These therapeutic proteins can
Rep Id : TMRGL2035 | Published | Pharmaceutical | January 2024
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