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  • hieutd
    hieutd 0 cheers 2017-10-20 11:12:11

    Preparing for the first million of USD coming to me in 2020

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  • trầnmỹlinh
    trầnmỹlinh 0 cheers 2017-10-20 11:05:49

    Make money

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  • suvinen
    suvinen 1 cheers 2017-10-20 08:33:54

    I'm going to be inspired, have fun, love a lot and hopefully make world a better place by being here.

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  • dianehult
    dianehult 0 cheers 2017-10-20 01:23:22

    Epilepsy Care Group Singapore Awareness Association: How Is Epilepsy Triggered?

    At present, around 37,000 people in Ireland are affected by epilepsy, now neuroscientists have identified a new gene involved in the disorder. The teams finding may help in the development of a new treatment option for the condition.

    The study, conducted by researchers at the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland (RCSO), is published in Nature Medicine.

    The team focused on a new class of gene called a microRNA. This class of gene controls protein production inside cells. The researchers found that patients with epilepsy have significantly higher levels of microRNA-134 in their brain. In addition, they found that they could prevent epileptic seizures from occurring by using a newly found drug called antagomir, which locks onto the microRNA-134 and removes it from the brain cell.

    Professor David Henshall, Department of Physiology & Medical Physics, RCSI and senior author of the paper explained:

    "We have been looking to find what goes wrong inside brain cells to trigger epilepsy. Our research has discovered a completely new gene linked to epilepsy and it shows how we can target these gene using drug-like molecules to reduce the brain's susceptibility to seizures and the frequency in which they occur."

    Dr Eva Jimenez-Mateos, Department of Physiology & Medical Physics, RCSI said: "Our research found that the antagomir drug protects the brain cells from toxic effects of prolonged seizures and the effects of the treatment can last up to one month."

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  • ashleyvelasquez2017
    ashleyvelasquez2017 0 cheers 2017-10-19 23:36:24

    Learning to take care of myself and my soul.

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  • inzommberz
    inzommberz 0 cheers 2017-10-19 18:39:23

    I ask myself the exact same question everyday

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  • kinggator7
    kinggator7 0 cheers 2017-10-19 16:47:05

    Surviving

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  • jajaja
    jajaja 0 cheers 2017-10-19 16:38:02

    I don't know who I am

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  • gonzalo
    gonzalo 1 cheers 2017-10-19 09:37:39

    Being Primary School Teacher

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  • alisonsimmons
    alisonsimmons 1 cheers 2017-10-19 04:13:38

    Surviving the best way I can.

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