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New test for a rare allergy
Those who have the allergy exhibit symptoms two to six hours after consuming red meat – which includes beef, pork, lamb or game. So far, it has been possible to detect the disposition to develop allergic symptoms using a method involving special antibodies against alpha-gal and skin testing. ...
Potential for regenerative medicine
Thanks to a newly developed computational method, Luxembourg researchers can accurately predict how one subpopulation of cells can be converted into another. “The method has great potential for regenerative medicine when it comes to replacing cell subpopulations that have been lost in the course ...
The LCSB and Ksilink are exploring new territory together
Representatives of the University of Luxembourg and the technology company Ksilink which is developing novel patient-based forms of therapy, signed a collaboration agreement last Friday. The agreement constitutes the framework for collaboration between Ksilink and the Luxembourg Centre for ...
Scientific sleuthing for reproducible results
Researchers found traces of foreign, non-human genetic material in human blood samples. It turned out that it was not a groundbreaking scientific discovery, but mostly the result of contaminated laboratory materials. Scientists led by Associate Prof. Paul Wilmes of the Luxembourg Centre for ...
The DNA of every organism holds the blueprints for building all the proteins it needs for its metabolic processes. While researchers already know what the blueprints look like for most proteins, they do not know what many of these proteins actually do in the body. An interdisciplinary team ...
Having a fish allergy does not mean you have to avoid eating fish
So far, the general recommendation for those with a fish allergy has been to completely abstain from eating fish. Now however, an international research team, including Dr Annette Kühn and Professor Markus Ollert from the Luxembourg Institute of Health (LIH) and Dr Martin Sørensen from the ...
Researchers from the University of Luxembourg, in cooperation with the University of Strasbourg, have developed a computational method that could be used to guide surgeons during brain surgery. Surgeons often operate in the dark. They have a limited view of the surface of the organ, and can ...
The most complex organ in humans is the brain. Due to its complexity and, of course, for ethical reasons, it is extremely difficult to do scientific experiments on it – ones that could help us to understand neurodegenerative diseases like Parkinson’s, for example. Scientists at the Luxembourg ...
Stem cells are unspecialised cells that can develop into any type of cell in the human body. So far, however, scientists only partially understand how the body controls the fate of these all-rounders, and what factors decide whether a stem cell will differentiate, for example, into a blood, liver ...
Expanding its leading footprint in biopharmaceutical products testing
Eurofins Scientific announces its entry into the biopharmaceutical products testing market in the Asia Pacific region with the acquisition of ams Laboratories Pty Ltd. ("ams Laboratories"), an independent analytical and cGMP Quality Control (QC) services provider for biopharmaceutical products ...