A Moveable Feast: Antibiotics Give C. diff a Nutrient-Rich Environment, No Competition
Antibiotic use creates a “banquet” for Clostridium difficile (C. diff), by altering the native gut bacteria that would normally compete with C. diff for nutrients.
Electromagnetic Field Therapy For Dogs With Spinal Injuries
Noninvasive pulsed electromagnetic field treatment could improve pain, reduce inflammation in dogs with spinal injury.
Computers Discover Compounds That Could Reduce Listeria’s Virulence
Researchers use computer modeling to find compounds that could limit Listeria's virulence.
New Ethics Committee Aims to Help Veterinarians Navigate Complex Care Situations
A first-of-its-kind veterinary medical ethics committee will aid care providers navigating care goals and quality of life issues.
‘Decorated’ Stem Cells Could Offer Targeted Heart Repair
Cardiac stem cells 'decorated' with nanovesicles find heart attack injury sites and stay there, enhancing treatment's effectiveness.
Tiny Bilirubin-filled Capsules Could Improve Survival of Transplanted Pancreatic Cells
Type 1 diabetes patients could benefit from bilirubin-filled nanocapsules.
Stuck on You: Nanogel Capsule Helps Cardiac Stem Cells Stay Put
Nanogel capsule helps cardiac stem cells stay put.
Pass It On: Bacteria Can Spread Antibiotic Resistance Through Soil
Antibiotic resistance can be passed between bacteria in the environment, including in the soil.
Stranded Cetacean? There’s an App for That
Introducing WhaleScale, the cetacean weight calculating app for iPhone.
Signal Flare – How Heart Muscle Cells Protect Themselves From Viral Invaders
The heart has a unique way to protect itself from viral invasion – a chemical first alert system that warns cells to arm themselves.