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Microbes can encourage the evolution of the host’s immune system in the gut and skin, and may aid to intercept pathogens from invading. The immune system is a host Protection system consisting of physiological, anatomical barriers and cellular responses, which shelter the host against unhealthy parasites while limiting inflammation by indulge non-poisonous symbiotic Humans are property to 1013 to 1014 bacteria. Microbes trigger enlargement of isolated lymphoid follicles in the small intestine, which are plot of mucosal immune Reaction. Microbes can intercept the development unfavourable pathogens by altering pH, consuming nutrients required for pathogen survival.

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Promotion of Your Scientific Event As Media Partner

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Our journals are available both in open access and subscription modes and follow the best publication bench marks and attract a cross section of academic, research and scholarly audience. We are keen in sharing the information related to your scholarly and academic events through our journal websites to dwindle the impact. We report the information related to your events absolutely free. However, we don’t entertain industry or corporate publicity with commercial interests. The main benefit of these two ways of partnership is to establish a close bond and networking among members having common interest, which might bring a win-win quality relationship. We expect our media partners to display our journals at your events in return.



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SciTechnol provides space to the advertisers to promote their products/services which lead to successful business.

Founded in 2012, SciTechnol has remained faithful to its commitment to publish world-class, peer-review scientific journals, highly respected by researchers and is organizer of conferences. SciTechnol accomplishes this goal through production and distribution of high caliber electronic and print publications for a broad range of researchers, concentrating on specialists, key opinion leaders and high prescribers. SciTechnol actively solicits advertising and sponsorships in relation to its online and print publications. It is in the best interests of SciTechnol, its advertisers and sponsors to ensure that the products remain a trusted, credible source of information for researchers and other information.

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Falls in the Elderly.

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Falls are a leading cause of death and disability in the elderly and  are the most common cause (85%) of injury-related hospital admissions among those aged 65 years or older. Studies has shown that the risk of falling increases in proportion to the severity of chronic musculoskeletal pain, the number of joint groups affected, and the amount of interference with daily activities. After age 50 years, the lifetime risk for hip fractures ranges from 6% to 17%. In the elderly, more than 95% of hip fractures are caused by falls. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, falls were the leading cause of traumatic brain injury-related deaths in persons aged 65 or older. Researchers have developed several variations of a “frailty index” in which clinicians use a scoring system to determine if an individual is frail.

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Premature Menopause, Restore Fertility.

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Premature ovarian failure when the ovaries of a woman younger than the age of forty stop working. A woman will no longer produce eggs or hormones from her ovaries. In recent study researchers were able to restore the ovarian function in rats that had premature ovarian failure. By using embryonic rat stem cells, researchers found they were able to bring back ovarian functioning in the rats. They hope that in the future we may be able to restore ovarian function in the many women who suffer from premature ovarian failure.

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Do #pregnant women with #Zika virus have a mere chance of having #congenital defects in #babies?

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A 7 percent chance that her child will be born with the birth of the virus, and that risk jumps to nearly 13 percent if she becomes ill during the first trimester, a new study conducted.

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Gene Therapy: Ethical Issue ..!!

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The new biotechnology is usually the useful thing for biomedical society. There are many new emerging biotechnologies that exist and widely available at present. The usefulness of the new technology can be expected. On the other hand, the possible adverse effect of the new technology should also be kept in mind. In regulation of the new biotechnology, there must be the good control of users and technologies. At present, gene therapy is a new biotechnology based on advance genetic knowledge. The advantage is medicine is expected and there is the need for control of this new technology. For control of the new technology, the new law is usually needed. Nevertheless, the better control should be the ethical control. If one has a good ethical practice, the problem should not occur. The ethical issue on gene therapy is very interesting. As noted by Fogleman et al., Read more https://www.scitechnol.com/abstract/gene-therapy-ethical-issue-for-developing-world-7240.html