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Editor’s Pick: Simple, Low-Cost, and Timely Optical Biosensors for the Detection of Epigenetic Biomarkers: The Future of Cancer Diagnosis

Editor’s Pick: Simple, Low-Cost, and Timely Optical Biosensors for the Detection of Epigenetic Biomarkers: The Future of Cancer Diagnosis

Oncology October 24, 2017 at 8:29 AM 0 comments

This issue’s Editor’s Pick is a relevant discussion paper from Lechuga et al. on the potential of simple, low-cost, and timely optical biosensors for the detection of epigenetic biomarkers in cancer diagnosis. The development of new methods for the detection and monitoring of cancer has been the subject of intenseRead More

The ‘Nucleolus’ Hypothesis of Autoimmune Diseases and Its Implications

The ‘Nucleolus’ Hypothesis of Autoimmune Diseases and Its Implications

*Wesley H. Brooks,1 Yves Renaudineau2,3 1. Department of Chemistry, University of South Florida, Tampa, Florida, USA 2. INSERM ESPRI, ERI29/EA2216, LabEx IGO “Immunotherapy Graft Oncology”, Réseau épigénétique et réseau canaux ioniques du Cancéropole Grand Ouest, European University of Brittany, Brest, France 3. Laboratory of Immunology and Immunotherapy, Brest University Medical SchoolRead More

Epigenetic Mechanisms in Sjögren’s Syndrome

Epigenetic Mechanisms in Sjögren’s Syndrome

European Medical Journal, Rheumatology December 19, 2016 at 4:10 PM 0 comments

Christelle Le Dantec,1 Amandine Charras,1 Anne Bordron,1 Wesley H. Brooks,2 *Yves Renaudineau1,3 1. INSERM ESPRI, ERI29/EA2216, LabEx IGO “Immunotherapy Graft Oncology”, Innovative Medicines Initiative PRECISESADS, Réseau épigénétique et réseau canaux ioniques du Cancéropole Grand Ouest, European University of Brittany, Brest, France 2. Department of Chemistry, University of South Florida, Tampa, Florida, USARead More

Review: Genetics of Urolithiasis

Review: Genetics of Urolithiasis

Urology September 29, 2014 at 9:32 AM 0 comments

*Thomas Eggermann Institute of Human Genetics, University Hospital Aachen, Aachen, Germany *Correspondence to teggermann@ukaachen.de Disclosure: No potential conflict of interest. Abstract Urolithiasis constitutes a worldwide health problem with a frequency of up to 15% in the general population. The causes are diverse; exogenous influences and genetic factors act in complexRead More