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Hamdard Laboratories plans clinical trial for immunity booster medicine to fight...

The company has submitted a proposal for required permission from the concerned authorities and the clinical trial will be conducted at Hamdard Institute of Medical Sciences and Research in New Delhi...............

Food and Immunity: Correlation to combat against COVID-19

During the lockdown period, our existing underlying diseases may also trigger in the absence of adequate physical activities and fear of the pandemic, write Jyoti Sharma and S.K. Varshney.................

Scientists figure out how plants make use of good microbes for...

A team of researchers at the Department of Biotechnology’s New Delhi-based National Institute of Plant Genome Research (DBT-NIPGR) has found that an ion channel called CNGC19 (cyclic nucleotide gated channel 19) in the plants could be playing a decisive role in helping the plants to benefit from a good microbe...................

COVID-19: Immune profiling for development of therapies could be a game...

With recent advances in genome sequencing and data availability, it is high time that the Indian drug majors focus on tapping the vast potential of the innovative immune profiling field for the development of novel therapies.......................

Scientists figure out molecular mechanism behind latent TB

A team of researchers from Kolkata-based CSIR-Indian Institute of Chemical Biology, Bose Institute and Jadavpur University have figured out how tuberculosis bacterium is released from its reservoir inside the human body......................

Selenium nanoparticles may act like antibacterial agents

The antibacterial effect of selenium may be due to the fact that at a particular concentration nano-selenium interacts with the bacterial cell surface and penetrates into the cell, thus causing damage.............

Measles-Rubella vaccination drive widens its reach, 2nd phase rolled out 

The campaign aims to rapidly build up immunity for both measles and rubella diseases in the community so as to knock out the disease.....

Govt spent Rs 5.2 crore on Dengue vaccine research in 2016

As per the union minister of state for science and technology, Mr Y S Chowdary, the government is supporting Dengue vaccine research in a major way.....

Civil Society Conclave highlights the need to combat TB

CSOs to play a strong role to reach vulnerable and high-risk Tuberculosis populations in the country besides..