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Sensors developed that can detect the electrical activity of a single cardiac cell

The first-of-its-kind nanotechnology is capable of measuring signals within individual cells, as well as between cells. The device even found that signals moving within individual cardiac cells move nearly five

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Antidepressant fluvoxamine shown to significantly reduce hospitalizations due to COVID-19

A new randomized-controlled trial has shown fluvoxamine, an antidepressant, significantly reduces hospitalizations due to COVID-19 (79 [11%] of 741 in the fluvoxamine group .vs. 119 [16%] of 756 in the

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Newly developed exosome spray promotes myocardial tissue regeneration

In the post-injury heart, a newly developed exosome spray (EXOS) improved cardiac function, reduced fibrosis, and boosted endogenous myocardial tissue regeneration. Cardiac regenerative medicine has the ability to heal damaged

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Researchers develop first-of-its-kind sensor that allows prosthetic hands to ‘feel’

Researchers from Florida Atlantic University’s College of Engineering and Computer Science created photolithographically manufactured, highly robust liquid metal tactile sensors (LMS) and successfully incorporated them into a prosthetic hand’s fingertips,

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Artificial intelligence developed that finds disease targets and predicts a drug’s chances of FDA approval

Researchers have developed a new method of looking for disease targets using artificial intelligence, which then forecasts whether or not a treatment will be authorized by the FDA. In its

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Researchers develop implant that restores tactile sensation to damaged nerves

The novel device is an implant that turns touch into voltage, which is transmitted to healthy sensory nerves in accordance to the amount of pressure given to the device. (Photo