News file for: University of Queensland
Spinifex Pharmaceuticals will use the investment to run clinical trials for EMA401, an oral treatment for pain that has been shown not to have central nervous system side effects.
Scientists are now able to determine the age of mosquitoes with transcriptional profiling, and have shown that disease transmission is by mosquitoes older than twelve days.
A new form of pain relief derived from snail venom is 100 times more potent than existing drugs and avoids addiction, scientists say.
Scientists say that their new molecular approach will enhance the ability to track and contain the spread of drug-resistant gonorrhea.
A meta-analysis of papers published on diabetes shows that diabetic women are more susceptible to stroke than diabetic men, possibly because of obesity.
By linking Queensland records of HPV vaccinations with the pap smear register, scientists have been able to show that vaccinations have been effective in protecting against cervical cancer.
Scientists find that budgies’ inbuilt bias to the left or right, analogous to human handedness, helps them avoid mid-air collisions.
The rapid measurement of blood antibiotic levels would allow doctors to tailor the dosage to each individual, according to a study.
Immune cells undergo ‘spontaneous’ changes on a daily basis that could lead to cancers if they were not destroyed by our immune system.
Researchers have proposed new guidelines for safer prescription of a common acne drug linked with suicide and depression.