Fungicides for crops: Worrying link to fungal drug resistance in UK, warns scientists
Aspergillus -- a common fungus that attacks the lungs and is found in soil and other organic matter -- has become resistant to life-saving drugs in parts of rural Yorkshire, researchers report. Although the link has been made before in the Netherlands, it’s the first time its been made in the UK between drug resistance in Aspergillus and fungicides used on crops. Experts warn their findings, now published, are significant and raise serious implications for transplant patients, those with leukemia and people who suffer from severe asthma.
As the nation’s opioid epidemic rages on, the federal agency charged with leading the government’s response to substance abuse is changing the way it helps local communities. But critics say the move risks leaving programs with fewer resources until the new plan is in place. The controversy began in January with a low-key announcement by the […]Related:E. coli outbreak spreads as source of tainted lettuce remains a mysteryFirst marijuana-derived drug poised for FDA approval after winning support from advisersHave you or someone you know waited too long for an organ transplant?
Mauro Di Ianni, Stefano Baldoni, Beatrice Del Papa, Patrizia Aureli, Erica Dorillo, Filomena De Falco, Elisa Albi, Emanuela Varasano, Ambra Di Tommaso, Raffaella Giancola, Patrizia Accorsi, Gianluca Rotta, Chiara Rompietti, Estev ão Carlos Silva Barcelos, Antonio Francesco Campese, Paolo Di Bartolomeo, Isabella Screpanti, Emanuela Rosati, Franca Falzetti, Paolo Sportoletti
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Conclusion: This study reported the CXCL12 neutraligand chalcone 4 to affect DC infiltration into the airways and airway ganglia as well as to decrease airway eosinophilic inflammation and, therefore, validated CXCL12 as a new target in allergic disease models of asthma.Neuroimmunomodulation
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Publication date: Available online 19 April 2018 Source:Cancer Cell Author(s): Michelle L. Churchman, Maoxiang Qian, Geertruy te Kronnie, Ranran Zhang, Wenjian Yang, Hui Zhang, Tobia Lana, Paige Tedrick, Rebekah Baskin, Katherine Verbist, Jennifer L. Peters, Meenakshi Devidas, Eric Larsen, Ian M. Moore, Zhaohui Gu, Chunxu Qu, Hiroki Yoshihara, Shaina N. Porter, Shondra M. Pruett-Miller, Gang Wu, Elizabeth Raetz, Paul L. Martin, W. Paul Bowman, Naomi Winick, Elaine Mardis, Robert Fulton, Martin Stanulla, William E. Evans, Mary V. Relling, Ching-Hon Pui, Stephen P. Hunger, Mignon L. Loh, Rupert Handgretinger, Kim E. Nichols...
ALLERGY AND ASTHMA PROCEEDINGS, Volume 39, Number 3, May/June 2018. Loaded on 2018-04-19
Diagnostic thresholds for free light chains in multiple myeloma depend on the assay used, Published online: 20 April 2018; doi:10.1038/s41375-018-0041-0Diagnostic thresholds for free light chains in multiple myeloma depend on the assay used
Grzegorz S. Nowakowski, M.D., Mayo Clinic, explains Transplantation is an Option for Aggressive Lymphoma Patients w DLBL or High-Grade Lymphoma can benefit at Imedex Great Debates 2018. Author: hematologydebates Added: 04/19/2018
On March 7, 2018, four cases in human beings of encephalitis associated with Borna disease virus 1 infection were reported in Germany, including three deaths. Of the four patients, three had received organs from the same donor who had no clinical signs of the illness, two of these recipients died from their illness. An additional case of encephalitis caused by Borna disease virus 1 was identified in southern Germany, this patient also died from their illness. No epidemiological link was identified between this case and the organ transplant recipients.