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India to soon introduce Made in India TB infection skin test

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

Getting under the skin of an autoimmune disorder

Israel’s Weizmann Institute of Science researchers, in collaboration with Hadassah and Rambam physicians, present a new roadmap for exploring poorly understood diseases

Vaccination simplified: Ceramic patches to replace painful jabs!

The technology developed by Dutch company, MyLife Technologies addresses the challenges of vaccine availability, cold chain distribution and, last but not least, needle anxiety...........................

CSIR scientists develop sensor to monitor health status on the go

The microfluidic sensor can be used for on-the-spot monitoring of several biomarkers such as lactate, Sodium, and Potassium simultaneously from sweat samples.........................

Genomics study warns Diphtheria could become a major global threat

The researchers used genomics to map the infections, including a subset from India, where over half of the globally reported cases occurred in 2018........................

Sabsina launches Lactosporin, a novel probiotic metabolite for skin & hair

A per Sabsina, the LactoSporin has been developed through a patented process and it protects against UV induced damage to skin cells by preventing DNA damage and cell death....................

In a first, DCGI approves clinical trials for plastic surgery and...

The government for the first time has given approval to a chain of dermatology and plastic surgery centres for conducting clinical trials and drug development for skin, hair and other plastic surgery medications, cosmetology and cosmetic surgery devices in India...…………...

Accuracy of non-invasive blood tests depends on skin type: study

Researchers worked on optimizing the placement of sensors in reflection photoplethysmographic system to estimate the best position of the photodiode pair in the sensor, by analysing the roughness of the surfaces of skin layers...…………..

Govt gives go ahead to revised non-animal tests to check pesticide...

This decision comes after more than two years of campaigning by Humane Society International, India and negotiations between it and the members of the pesticide industry as well as PETA India...........

A low-cost method for detection of early skin cancer

The researchers at Indian Institute of Technology, Ropar are developing a personalized and cost-effective method for detection of early stage skin cancer...........