The China Post
· Dangerous blood clots pose a perplexing coronavirus threat →
Even tiny clots that can damage tissue throughout the body have been seen in hospitalized patients and in autopsies, confounding doctors’ understanding of what was once considered mainly a respiratory infection.
· The U.S. Is Spending Millions of Dollars Rearing Flesh-Eating Worms →
Scientists now knew, from the horrific consequences of atomic bombs dropped on Japan, that high doses of radiation damage human tissue and cells.
· Innovation Pharma's Brilacidin shows positive action against SARS-CoV-2 →
The company says that vaccines containing defensins, small proteins produced by circulating white blood cells and tissue cells that play a key role in host defense, have demonstrated an effect on primary innate antiviral immune response and other immunomodulatory activities.
· Threat to billions of ash trees by deadly beetle could be thwarted as scientists identify protective genes →
They lay their eggs into crevices in the bark, and the larvae then burrow through the bark after hatching, and begin feeding in the living tissues of the tree.
· Can coronavirus affect eyesight? Evidence is lacking, say experts →
But, they added, the college had previous noted coronavirus might cause conjunctivitis, an inflammation of the thin layer of tissue that covers the eye.
· Co-Diagnostics COVID-19 test IDs coronavirus in cancer tissue →
Co-Diagnostics (NASDAQ:CODX) announces the publication of a paper in the Journal of Clinical Pathology detailing a study conducted in Italy using its Logix Smart COVID-19 Test Kit to identify the SARS-CoV-2 virus in cancer tissue of an asymptomatic coronavirus patient.
· Tracing 'patient zero': why America's first coronavirus death may for ever go unmarked →
Large hospitals and academic medical centers routinely preserve and store tissue samples from autopsies for six months to a year.
· Deep learning accurately stains digital biopsy slides →
Tissue biopsy slides stained using hematoxylin and eosin (H&E) dyes are a cornerstone of histopathology, especially for pathologists needing to diagnose and determine the stage of cancers.
· Bristol scientists see through glass frogs’ translucent camouflage →
It is relatively common in aquatic species where animal tissue shares a similar refractive index to the surrounding water.
· Coronavirus UK map: the latest deaths and confirmed cases in each region →
Chief among them are regularly washing your hands for at least 20 seconds with soap and water, and catching coughs and sneezes in tissues.