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  • Comment from ANBUSELVAN gj

    Nice

    Good item.. ALL the best More …

  • Comment from Chandan Krishnamoorthy

    Publishing a single observation is remarkable!

    Thanks! "Matters team" for framing this which could encourage all the scientists especially growing research students. More …

  • Comment from Thomas Laes

    Outsourcing Software development

    Hi, It is nice that "technology creates [..]software development and programming jobs" .. in India, Vietnam, China .. but hardly in Europe and USA. I wouldn't call this compensating. More like loosing twice .. or even worse. Regards, Thomas More …

  • Comment from Hariprasad Aswath

    Thanks

    This will be a great platform for all emerging young minds to achieve in their research work and their ideas will develop with the guidance of worlds leading scientists. Thanks a lot sir...!! More …

  • Comment from komal jain

    Getting to grips with the blood and immune system.

    Inspite of developing a humanized mice to study the human immune system, it would still be inadequate to understand the complexity of human immune disorders. the results cannot be confidently comparedto mice that are studied in isolated sterile environment. This undoubtedly is a huge challenge and limitation faced by all researchers. I think a better alternative would be to apply innovative ways to study the patient blood samples. Comparing and analyzing data generated from them would give clearer picture of the reality and benefit in understanding of crucial immune disorders More …

  • Comment from Terence Hale

    Getting to Grips with the Blood and Immune System

    I am of the opinion large doses of vitamin C could help. The problem is with a single dose most is excreted. We need a vitamin C pump so a continuous dose may be applied. More …

  • Comment from Shiyong Li

    How is the mechanism

    This is great work, a new sight in cancer immunotherapy. As essay said "Generally patients die from the cachexia rather than from the tumor itself". IL-1 has a bad role in tumor development, specially contributes in cachexia formation. Neutralizing of IL-1 by antibody is a good way to impair this progress and has a good clinic result. But I think this is not enough, it can be united with other anti-tumor treatment such as IL-2 and tumor specific antibody. This is why I care about the mechanism that anti-IL-1 can have effect on curing human cancer, the essay shows that the tumor of patient was still there. I was thinking is there a checkpoint that an inflammation can change the effect from anti-tumor cell to protect tumor cell? I used to make sure thatdrug induced inflammation truly can prevent tumor growth. How to make immune system not to be slaved by tumor is a crucial step for tumor inmmunotherapy. Maybe this work is a good start. More …

  • Comment from Prakhar Tripathi

    Perseverance and Patience

    It is admirable on these students' part to not just work through their hard and challenging science research but to also manage their time and giving it their full to understand something as complex and serious as early-childhood education among the developing parts of the world, including, of course, India from where I come. They're all dedicated and greatly conscious about the structural problems of different societies undergoing rapid and often uneven industrialization. Being a student myself, this gives me a great motivation to pursue my own designs in this and if I may add, to forever banish from my mind the inexcusable excuses I often end up making to kill time, esp. when such persevering individuals micro-manage their time to the final second, from research to society. My very best to them all. More …

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