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    13.10.2017 Scientists have created new compounds to combat inflammation

    For 10 years scientists from the University of Manchester have been worked on the development of powerful inflammatory inhibitors. They have managed to create compounds that suppress the activity of inflammasomes - protein complexes that trigger an inflammatory reaction in many types of cancer, Alzheimer's disease and cardiovascular diseases, The Deccan Chronicle reports.

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    12.10.2017 New vaccine saves adults and children from dangerous viruses

    As Zee News notes, scientists have revealed an antibody that prevents Dengue and Zika viruses. As we know the first virus causes headaches, fever and muscle pains. The second virus is dangerous for children. In case of infection of a pregnant woman the virus causes birth defects.

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    11.10.2017 New remedy adjusts the immune system to fight cancer

    A lot of tumors protect themselves from the body's immune system by creating a barrier from tangled blood vessels. Those vessels feed the tumor and prevent the immune cells to attack the tumor. As Medical Xpress notes, scientists of the University of Western Australia and Harry Perkins Medical Research Institute have developed a new remedy that can solve this problem.

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    09.10.2017 Virologists have found a protein that improves the course of influenza and reduces the risk of death

    According to scientists from the University of Maryland, the protein is called retrocyclin-101 (RC-101). As The Times of India notes, the protein is unique. It not only affects the influenza virus, but also affects the inflammation occurred.

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    06.10.2017 New test will predict the recurrence of breast cancer

    A lot of women with breast cancer have to undergo unnecessary chemotherapy. Scientists have developed a new test for women with ER +/HER2-breast cancer called Oncotype DX. It shows the likelihood of a recurrence of cancer. As Zee News notes, the tumor samples removed during the surgery are needed for the test.

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    05.10.2017 Researchers understood how to defeat cancer

    Scientists of the University of Pennsylvania have approached the creation of a new method against cancer. The target of the scientists was the lysosomal enzyme PPT1. As Zee News notes the experts have already developed a drug that effectively fights melanoma, pancreatic cancer and colorectal cancer in mice.

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    03.10.2017 Scientists have found eight mutations associated with autism in one gene

    Scientists of the University of Southern California have analyzed the data of 4,890 people with autism spectrum disorders (ASD). The experts have revealed eight mutations in TRIO gene, which play an important role in the development of autism. These mutations cause a chain reaction. They break the connection between the brain cells as well as the ability to store and process information.

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    02.10.2017 Researchers have presented the first vaccine against dental caries

    As Med News notes, scientists of the Wuhan Institute of Virology have successfully tested a vaccine, which fights dangerous microflora and prevents dental caries. As previous studies have shown, Streptococcus mutans bacteria living in the oral cavity may cause caries.

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    29.09.2017 Scientists approached the creation of a vaccine against gonorrhea

    Scientists from the University of Oregon have revealed two proteins that may help to create a vaccine against gonorrhea. Gonococcus (gonorrhea causative agent) is a super-bacterium that is resistant to all existing antibiotics. Therefore, the appearance of the vaccine will be a real breakthrough, Medical Xpress reports.

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    27.09.2017 Researchers have found out how to restore muscle after an injury as soon as possible

    A study conducted by Northwestern University has shown that weekly administration of glucocorticoid steroids, such as prednisone, helps to accelerate recovery in muscle injuries. As Xinhua notes, this conclusion is based on the results of experiments in rodents. But, according to the scientists, the discovery will be useful for the therapy of people with muscular dystrophy.