Stanford University has designed a new technique that will be capable to restore the heart after a heart attack in the short term. According to BBC, scientists suggest to introduce bacteria that produce oxygen as a result of photosynthesis. Currently, the method was tested in rats. So, if a thrombus blocks a vessel, the heart experiences the oxygen starvation due to disturbed blood flow. But when a single-celled cyanobacterium Synechococcus elongatus capable of photosynthesis was implanted, it is possible to remove carbon dioxide and saturate the muscle cells in the heart with oxygen and sugar simultaneously.

As it turned out, unusual bacteria are the source of powerful antibiotic

Scientists have discovered a natural antibiotic that can cope with resistant tuberculosis. According to News, for example, in Russia by 2040, more than a third of all cases of tuberculosis will be sustainable. Therefore, a research for new drugs is necessary.

Scientists on the verge of victory against Parkinson's disease

Scientists from the University of California have created a molecular compound for the control of Parkinson's disease - CLR01. It has been already tested on mice suffering from this neurodegenerative disease. CLR01 reduces the level of the toxic protein (alpha-synuclein) in the brain. This protein is associated with the development of Parkinson's disease, reports.

Scientists promise that daily insulin injections would have become a thing of the past

Millions of people in the world suffer from diabetes. According to New Atlas, diabetics have to constantly monitor blood sugar concentrations and do insulin injections. Glucagon-like peptide-1 (GLP-1) is usually used for type 2 diabetes. It makes the pancreas to release insulin, but this compound does not live long in the body.

Scientists have discovered a gene that helps to live to 100 years

Japanese scientists have analyzed the data of 4312 volunteers under 80 years and 530 people aged 95 and over (most people in this group were more than 100 years old). The experts have established that CLEC3B gene in long-livers had certain characteristics. CLEC3B gene encodes tetranectin protein that prevents the spread of cancer and promotes the formation of bone tissue, The Daily Mail reports.

Scientists have proven the effectiveness of a new remedy for psoriasis

Experts have summed the results of Phase III of two clinical trials of the medicinal product tildrakizumab - antibody having a specific purpose. The medicinal product belongs to a class of biological agents that make the body to fight against a disease. The experts consider the results are promising, reports.

Trials have proven that the most aggressive breast cancer can be cured.

One of the most terrible oncological diseases – triple negative breast cancer was finally overcome. According to IA Regnum, the University of New York has presented an anti-cancer drug against the most aggressive form of breast cancer. Antibodies that cause the immune system to attack cancer cells are at the core of the drug.

Scientists have figured out how to quickly stop a viral infection

Scientists from Darty Institute of Infections and Immunity at the University of Melbourne are sure that it is possible to stop the spread of influenza virus into the lungs. According to 9 News it is necessary to attack the virus in the nose. It turns out that the nasal cavity is the "home" for white blood cells fighting the virus. If these cells are activated, then the further spread of the inhaled particles of the virus can be stopped.

Doctors hope that embryonic stem cells will overcome serious diseases

Physicians from China are planning to find out whether Parkinson's disease and blindness can be cured with embryonic stem cells. Let us recall that these are pluripotent stem cells capable to create any type of adult body cells. According to the Science World Report, if the test results are positive, the treatment standards will be changed around the world.

Experts have identified new genetic risk factors for psoriasis

It has long been known about genes associated with psoriasis. Each of them plays a relatively small role. Scientists from the University of Michigan have found new genetic ways and potential targets for medicines for psoriasis. They have found 16 genetic markers of the disease, reports.