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Indian scientists develop artificial enzyme to keep HIV virus in check

Made from vanadium pentoxide nanosheets, the new “nanozymes” work by mimicking the natural enzyme called glutathione peroxidase to help reduce oxidative stress levels in the host’s cells, which is required to keep the virus in check......................

IIT Madras researchers discover ways to boost efficacy of HIV-AIDS drugs

The pressing need for better drugs to combat drug-resistant HIV strains led researchers to delve into molecular structure of protease to identify weak sites that can offer a handle for better inhibitor development...............................

Scientists develop high-efficiency rapid test for Hepatitis B diagnosis

In a new study, teams of researchers from DBT-Translational Health Science and Technology Institute, DBT-International Centre For Genetic Engineering And Biotechnology, and University of Turku, Finland, have come together to develop an ultra-sensitive rapid diagnostic test that circumvents the sensitivity gap.....................

COVID-19 poses additional challenges for patients with Gaucher

Access to enzyme replacement therapy big challenge for Gaucher patients. Covid-19 has brought with it little to no access to hospitals for patients suffering from Gaucher......................

Scientists find a new way to fight TB

In a new study, a joint team of scientists has reported the identification of a panel of single-stranded DNA aptamers that are specific to Mycobacterium tuberculosis malate synthase..............

Experts laud Karnataka govt’s timely initiatives for rare diseases patients

Karnataka government has been providing treatment to adult-onset Pompe patients and Gaucher patients since 2016. Experts feel other governments must learn from this example..................

Rare disease patients waiting for an immediate interim support from govt

At an event held in Delhi, the rare disease patients and families raised their collective voice to seek hope for a better treatment from the central government................

Sabinsa claims its multi-enzyme complex, DigeZyme helps to control dyspeptic symptoms

A randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled study published in the peer reviewed Journal of Medicinal Foods provided clinical evidence supporting the safety and efficacy of Sabinsa's multi-enzyme complex DigeZyme, for management of dyspeptic symptoms in patients with functional dyspepsia...……………….

Liver function abnormalities more in north India men, finds SRL Diagnostics...

Analysis by SRL based on more than 4.24 lakh samples gathered over three years showed that main liver tests indicated higher abnormalities in men as compared to women..............

New study could pave the way for novel contraceptive

The study conducted on mice has found that the presence of an enzyme called IP6K1 played an important role in the formation of sperm cells in male mouse.....................