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Less Energy, Better Quality Photoacoustic Microscopy Images With Machine Learning

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Photoacoustic microscopy (PAM) allows researchers to see the smallest vessels inside a body, but it can generate some unwanted signals or noise. A team of researchers at the McKelvey School of Engineering at Washington University in St. Louis found a way to significantly reduce the noise and maintain image quality while reducing the laser energy needed to generate images by 80%.

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A Bioresorbable Membrane for Healing Internal and External Wounds

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Fraunhofer researchers have succeeded in using the bioresorbable silica gel Renacer to produce an electrospun membrane that is neither cytotoxic to cells nor genotoxic. This model mimics fibrous structures found in connective tissue and is therefore particularly suitable for regenerative applications, such as for improved wound healing.

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Study Identifies an Antibody Candidate for Treating Serious Liver Disease

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There is currently no drug for treating non-alcoholic fatty liver disease, which affects many people with type 2 diabetes and which can result in other serious liver diseases. A study led by researchers from Karolinska Institutet has now identified a drug candidate for the treatment of fatty liver. The preclinical study, published in the Journal of Hepatology, indicates that an antibody that blocks the protein VEGF-B presents a possible therapeutic option for fatty liver disease.

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‘They Should Be Filing the Defences Now’: Lawsuit by Former Students of Legacy Christian Academy Moves Forward

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Following the announcement that charges were laid against a former teacher at Legacy Christian Academy, the proposed class-action lawsuit filed by former students against former teachers and staff at the school and adjoining Mile Two Church is slowly moving ahead.

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