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Zhang Qing

Member since: Oct 30, 2013
Published articles: 172

A Family of Proteins Block the Release of Hiv and Other Viruses

University of Missouri researchers have found that a family of proteins that promotes virus entry into cells also has the ability to block the release of HIV and other viruses. The study was published...

Articles > Health & Fitness > Diseases & Conditions Sep 04, 2014
A New Drug Change the Human Tumor Metabolite

Researchers from University of Texas MD Anderson cancer center have indicated that altering tumor suppressor gene p53 family members may induce rapid regression of tumors lack of p53. This study was...

Articles > Health & Fitness > Diseases & Conditions Dec 04, 2014
A New Ubiquitin-Conjugating Enzyme Found to Be Critical in the Breast Cancer Metastasis

Researchers from University of California, San Diego have identified an enzyme that controls the spread of breast cancer. This finding was reported in PNAS and offer new insights of understanding the...

Articles > Health & Fitness > Diseases & Conditions Sep 25, 2014
A Novel Murine Model for Neuron Disease

As the hot summer comes, many patients with diabetes find that, when the weather is becoming hotter, the blood sugar level will decrease, so now is the best time for treatment of diabetes mellitus...

Articles > Health & Fitness > Diseases & Conditions Sep 16, 2014
A Potential Drug Target for Alzheimer's Disease

Joshi and co-workers show in this research article data suggesting that Golgi is a potential drug target for AD. In this study, APPswe/PS1?E9, a widely used AD transgenic mouse model was utilized...

Articles > Health & Fitness > Medicine Aug 14, 2014
A Study Shows Brain Cancer Vaccine Doubles Life Expectancy

Recently, a study shows that Prophage, a new brain cancer vaccine, can double life expectancy for patients with glioblastoma multiforme (Gbm). The median life expectancy in 50% of patients newly...

Articles > Health & Fitness > Medical Tourism Jul 31, 2014
Aee788 Were Likewise Activated on Usual Prostatic Epithelial Pnt-2 Cells

Enlargement of p21 continues to be attributed to apoptosis and growth delay induction, although this technique was not hindered by reduction of p21. Therefore,it could be suspected that p21 plays a...

Articles > Health & Fitness > Cancer Apr 01, 2014
Alteration of Membrane Protein Glycosylation in Ovarian Cancer

Among all women cancers, epithelial ovarian cancer is the fifth most common cause of cancer in women worldwide causing the highest mortality rate. An overview of the glycosylation landscape on cancer...

Articles > Health & Fitness > Diseases & Conditions Nov 18, 2014
An Exceptional Tactic for Investigating Adjustments Connected Towards the Triggering of Unlimited Pr

exploits the B cell transcription program by binding to several different B cell transcription element sites to attain transformation. In vivo, the vigorous cellu lar immune response directed against...

Articles > Health & Fitness > Medicine May 26, 2014
An Open-Label, Randomised Phase 3 Trialshows That Dovitinib is No Better Than Sorafenib for Third-L

A recent publication on "The Lancet Oncology" by Dr. Robert J Motzer, Dr. Bernard Escudier and their group compared the effect of Dovitinibvs Sorafebib on the treatment of patients with metastatic...

Articles > Health & Fitness > Cancer Aug 05, 2014
Arming the Immune System to Fight Cancer

Cancerous tumors are formed when the immune system is unable to remove these diseased cells. Once immune cells capable of killing tumors are activated specifically, they can see tumors that were...

Articles > Health & Fitness > Medicine Jul 04, 2014
Axitinib Versus Sorafenib As First-Line Therapy in Patients with Metastatic Renal-Cell Carcinoma

Pfizer. Inc has conducted this randomised, open-label, phase 3 trial, patients with treatment-naive, measurable, clear-cell metastatic renal-cell carcinoma from 13 countries were stratified by Eastern...

Articles > Health & Fitness > Medicine Aug 23, 2014
Bacteria Therapy Could Be Effective in Killing Cancer

A study, published in Science Translational Medicine, reports that tissue-damaging bacteria have been successfully employed in individualized treatment of tumours in rats, dogs and humans. While final...

Articles > Health & Fitness > Cancer Aug 28, 2014
Bax Insert into the Mitochondrial Outer Membrane to Form Apoptotic Pore

Apoptosis is the process of programmed cell death (PCD) that may occur in multicellular organisms. Oligomerization of Bax or Bax disrupts mitochondrial outer membrane( MOM ) integrity is looked as the...

Articles > Health & Fitness > Diseases & Conditions Oct 14, 2014
Bortezomib (Ps-341) May Be a Potential Treatment for Grmd?

Golden retriever muscular dystrophy (GRMD) is a genetic myopathy corresponding to Duchenne muscular dystrophy (DMD) in humans. Muscle atrophy is known to be associated with degradation of the...

Articles > Health & Fitness > Medicine Aug 02, 2014
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Numerologist Warda is hooked on OG-L002 fishing, collecting. And lastly her encouragement comes from socializing along with her companions.