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B.Tech (Genetic Engineering)

Anjali Aryamvally

Anjali is an undergraduate in Genetic Engineering from SRM University, Chennai. She is passionate about bringing changes in healthcare through a combination of genetics and social work. Anjali is an avid reader who enjoys writing. Her hobbies include gardening and traveling.

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Carbohydrate Capped Viral Proteins May Help Develop Malarial Vaccines

Carbohydrate Capped Viral Proteins May Help Develop Malarial Vaccines

Malarial parasites have ability to tag proteins with carbohydrates in order to infect human and mosquito hosts, reveals a study.

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Active Ingredient from Coralberry Leaves to Fight Asthma

Active Ingredient from Coralberry Leaves to Fight Asthma

A newly identified compound, FR900359 (FR), from coralberry leaves inhibit G protein and prevent broncho-constriction in asthmatic mouse.

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Mepolizumab Antibody Therapy to Help Treatment of Resistant COPD Patients

Mepolizumab Antibody Therapy to Help Treatment of Resistant COPD Patients

About 40% of COPD patients are resistant to standard treatment and continue to have flare ups; mepolizumab, an antibody therapy may help them, says study.

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Genetic Factors Found to Play Vital Role in Late Onset Type 1 Diabetes

Genetic Factors Found to Play Vital Role in Late Onset Type 1 Diabetes

A first study on diabetes and the underlying genetic cause confirms the role of certain genes that predispose one to type 1 diabetes.

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World Sepsis Day-2017

World Sepsis Day-2017

Sepsis is the leading cause of death all around the world; world sepsis day is held on 13th September of every year to unite in the fight against sepsis.

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