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Study identifies gene that could help fight lethal infection Candidiasis

Named CSA6, the gene has been identified in Candida albicans, a fungus notorious for causing high morbidity and mortality rates under certain immuno-compromised conditions

Immunization a key prevention strategy to mitigate Japanese Encephalitis: Experts

Japanese encephalitis (JE), a vector-borne disease - spread by infected mosquitoes - results in a viral brain infection and can lead to non-repairable neuron damage if severe or left untreated. Across India, 1,500 to 4,000 cases are reported annually.

How did COVID-19 spread during short conversations?

The simulations from a recent research showed that the risk of getting infected was higher when one person acted as a passive listener than when they engaged in a two-way conversation

India’s first free-of-cost multilingual online education platform on AMR for nurses...

Courses will focus on Infection Prevention Control and Antimicrobial stewardship practices. While Medvarsity is the technical and certification partner, Americares India Foundation joins as execution partner

India to soon introduce Made in India TB infection skin test

Dr. Mansukh Mandaviya addresses 35th Stop TB Partnership Board Meeting

Mathematical model to predict COVID-19 vaccine efficacy

The researchers began by analysing over 80 different neutralising antibodies reported to be generated after vaccination against the surface spike protein of SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19

New study by BHU scientists raises prospect of Zika virus therapy

A team of researchers has found that the virus interacts with a set of cells called microglial cells, which protect the brain from infections and that a protein in the virus called ZIKV-NS1 plays an important role in its replication and immune evasion

#WorldBrainTumorDay: Timely access to advanced care critical to cure brain tumor

Due to the pandemic, the patients with brain tumors too are suffering due to lack of timely intervention, writes Dr Anandh Balasubramaniam..............................

Explained: Why does blood clotting happen in Covid patients? How is...

Blood clots because of Covid-19 can prompt complications like stroke and coronary failure and this can happen across all age groups....................

RBI’s INR 50,000 crore liquidity window to boost healthcare infrastructure: ICRA

Loan tenor being capped at three years could be an impediment in availing the facility given that most industry players have a relatively longer asset pay-back period..........................