UK docs to analysis extra extreme COVID-19 impression on Indians

Photo: PTI 3 min read . Updated: 09 Apr 2020, 05:55 PM IST Aditi Khanna , PTI A report by the UK's ICNARC this week revealed that the country’s ethnic minority population is more likely to require intensive care admissions, nearly triple the 13% proportion in the UK population as a whole LONDON : Indian-origin…

10 Covid-19 medicine underneath medical trial in US: Trump

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Autoimmunity could also be rising in USA

Washington: Autoimmunity, a condition in which the body’s immune system reacts with components of its own cells, appears to be increasing in the United States, according to a release of the US National Institutes of Health (NIH). In a study published in Arthritis and Rheumatology, the researchers found that the prevalence of antinuclear antibodies (ANA), the most…

Coronavirus: A map of Sars-CoV-2 activated proteins

Representation of the predicted SARS-CoV-2/Human interactome [26] (available for download at http://korkinlab.org/wuhanDataset), containing 200 unique interactions among 125 proteins (nodes). SARS-CoV-2 proteins are depicted as green circles, while human proteins are represented as squares. The color of human protein nodes reflects the integrated effect of MERS and SARS infections on the node network (see Supplementary…

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UK docs to analysis extra extreme COVID-19 impression on Indians

Photo: PTI 3 min read . Updated: 09 Apr 2020, 05:55 PM IST Aditi Khanna , PTI A report by the UK's ICNARC this week revealed that the country’s ethnic minority population is more likely to require intensive care admissions, nearly triple the 13% proportion in the UK population as a whole LONDON : Indian-origin…

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