Tag : Physiology

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Wearable devices estimate cardio-respiratory fitness during everyday activities

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Researchers have developed a method to estimate cardiorespiratory fitness levels that could be applied to data captured by wearable fitness trackers during activities of daily...
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Free radicals from immune cells linked to salt-sensitive hypertension

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In salt-sensitive hypertension, immune cells gather in the kidneys and shoot out free radicals, heightening blood pressure and damaging this pair of vital organs, scientists...
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Researchers move one step closer to understanding complex physiology of CKD patients

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Researchers have further analyzed a known signaling pathway they believe brings them one step closer to understanding the complex physiology of patients with chronic kidney...
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New human colon-on-a-chip enables in vitro study of mucus physiology

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We have a mutualistic but complicated relationship with the collection of microbes in our gut known as the intestinal microbiome. Source link...
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Malpighian tubules of caterpillars: blending RNAseq and physiology to reveal regional functional diversity and novel epithelial ion transport control mechanisms [RESEARCH ARTICLE]

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Dennis Kolosov and Michael J. O’Donnell The Malpighian tubules (MTs) and hindgut constitute the functional kidney of insects. MTs are outpouchings of the gut and...
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Researchers study the effects of hyperoxia on the lung development of germ-free newborn mice

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Charitharth Vivek Lal, M.D., and University of Alabama at Birmingham colleagues have used a novel and first-of-its-kind newborn mouse model to study the effect of...

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