Virus and celiac disease | Ebola-related viruses | Torn rotator cuffs

By Newsroom America Feeds at 18 Apr 2017

A virus linked to food sensitivity; animals cured of Ebola-related viruses; and repairing torn rotator cuffs

April 18, 2017 Edition

Reovirus core structure Virus linked to food sensitivity

Research in mice showed that a seemingly innocuous virus can provoke immune responses to a dietary protein. The findings suggest how patients with celiac disease may develop a response to gluten.


Marburg virus [ xxx ]Antibody cures animals of Ebola-related viruses

Treatment with a monoclonal antibody cured guinea pigs and rhesus monkeys in late stages of infection with the Ebola-related viruses Marburg and Ravn. Researchers are now working to advance the treatment to clinical studies.


Scaffold on tendon Repairing torn rotator cuffs

Stem cells grown on a polymer scaffold helped repair torn rotator cuff tendons in rats. The findings could lead to improved methods of repairing rotator cuff tears in people.


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