DRDO, JNU scientists develop more potent Anthrax vaccine

New Delhi, 17 June,2019 (India Science Wire):A group of Indian scientists have developed a new vaccine against anthrax.

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This amino acid can help mung bean plants withstand heat stress

Chennai, 14 June, 2019 (India Science Wire):India is in the grip of severe heat wave with several places across the country recording temperatures more than 45 degree Celsius.

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Scientists unravel the fungus responsible for Sheath Blight disease in rice

New Delhi, 13 June,2019 (India Science Wire): A team of scientists at Delhi-based National Institute of Plant Genome Research has unraveled the genomic diversity associated with aggressiveness of two Indian strains of Rhizoctonia solani

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वैज्ञानिकों ने उजागर की शीथ ब्लाइट के रोगजनक फफूंद की अनुवांशिक विविधता

नई दिल्ली, 13 जून, 2019 (इंडिया साइंस वायर):भारतीय वैज्ञानिकों ने चावल की फसल के एक प्रमुख रोगजनक फफूंद राइजोक्टोनिया सोलानी की आक्रामकता से जुड़ी अनुवांशिक विविधता को उजागर किया है।

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Antibiotic resistance rising in Helicobacter strains from Karnataka

New Delhi, 12 June,2019 (India Science Wire): A new study has found that Helicobacter pylori, a bacterium that resides in human stomach and causes ulcers, gastritis and stomach cancers, has gained so much resistance to two commonly used antibiotics

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Better education links to good heart health

New Delhi, 12 June,2019 (India Science Wire):A new study has emphasized the role of better education than wealth in tackling cardiovascular diseases. The study explored the association between education and wealth, on the one hand, and cardiovascular diseases and mortality due to them

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Scientists develop curd-based wound healing gel

New Delhi, 11 June (India Science Wire): Usually small cuts, bruises or wounds are harmless as the body has a system for repairing them.

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Scientists pave the way for a new therapy for type 2 diabetes

New Delhi, 11 June,2019 (India Science Wire):Researchers at the Bengaluru-based National Centre for Biological Sciences have come up with a finding that could pave the way for developing a new treatment for type 2 diabetes.

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वैज्ञानिकों ने घाव भरने के लिए विकसित किया दही आधारित जैल

नई दिल्ली, 11 जून, 2019 (इंडिया साइंस वायर): दवाओं के खिलाफ बैक्टीरिया की बढ़ती प्रतिरोधक क्षमता के कारण कई बार घावों को भरने के लिए उपयोग होने वाले मरहम बेअसर हो जाते हैं

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How this bacterial strain from mosquito gut may help combat dengue

Jammu, 07 June,2019 (India Science Wire):One of the novel ways being experimented to control dengue and chikungunya is to release mosquitoes infected with a bacteria, Wolbachia,

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New injectable hydrogel may improve stem cell uptake

Bengaluru, 07 June, 2019 (India Science Wire): The use of stem cells in regenerative medicine remains a challenging task because of problems associated with the survival of transplanted cells.

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Both financial and non-financial factors matter for ASHAs: study

New Delhi, 06 June,2019 (India Science Wire):A major challenge faced by the Indian health system is to keep Accredited Social Health Activists (ASHAs) motivated and retain them in service.

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Orange cucumber from NE is storehouse of Vitamin A: study

New Delhi, 06 June, 2019 (India Science Wire): A team of agricultural scientists has found that orange-fleshed cucumber varieties from north-eastern region of the country are four to five times richer in carotenoid content (pro-vitamin A)

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Scientists explore medicinal properties of white turmeric

New Delhi, 04 June,2019 (India Science Wire): Turmeric is known to possess many medicinal properties and is being studied by several research groups.

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AstroSat peers into the heart of Jellyfish galaxy

Thiruvananthapuram, 04 June, 2019 (India Science Wire): The Ultraviolet Imaging Telescope onboard India’s space observatory, AstroSat, has provided an insight into processes at work in the heart of a jellyfish galaxy.

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Why some women are more prone to develop cervical cancer

New Delhi, 03 June,2019 (India Science Wire): Cervical cancer or cancer of the uterine cervix is caused by abnormal growth of cells at cervix, which can spread to other parts of the body.

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