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"Oslo University Hospital" Research - Google News

18.05.2017

Urinary test can detect bladder cancer, reduce discomfort and save money - Medical Xpress


Medical Xpress

Urinary test can detect bladder cancer, reduce discomfort and save money
Medical Xpress
Inven2 is the University of Oslo's and Oslo University Hospital's joint company for innovation, and the largest contributor in Norway within the field of commercialization of research. Inven2 has great faith in the project and foresees that a urine ...

12.05.2017

Research suggests link between imbalanced gut microbiome and systemic sclerosis - EurekAlert (press release)


Research suggests link between imbalanced gut microbiome and systemic sclerosis
EurekAlert (press release)
The researchers studied 17 adults with systemic sclerosis from UCLA, 17 from Oslo University Hospital, and 17 healthy adults as the control group. All participants provided stool specimens, which the researchers tested to determine the type and ...

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14.05.2017

Study suggests link between imbalanced gut microbiome and systemic sclerosis - UCLA Newsroom


Study suggests link between imbalanced gut microbiome and systemic sclerosis
UCLA Newsroom
Americans and Norwegians with systemic sclerosis had higher levels of bacteria that can cause inflammation and lower levels of bacteria that are believed to protect against inflammation compared with healthy people, according to a new study by ...

12.05.2017

Oncoinvent Strengthens Management and Research Teams - PR Newswire UK (press release)


Oncoinvent Strengthens Management and Research Teams
PR Newswire UK (press release)
Prior to working at IFE, she was Head of the Manufacturing Department at the Oslo University Hospital Pharmacy. Kristine Lofthus has a cand.pharm. from the University of Oslo and a post-graduate degree in radiopharmacy. Kristin Fure started the 2 May ...

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11.05.2017

Breast-feeding reduces type 1 diabetes risk in children - Healio


Breast-feeding reduces type 1 diabetes risk in children
Healio
Nicolai A. Lund-Blix, MSc, of the department of pediatric research, Oslo University Hospital, Rikshospitalet in Norway, and colleagues evaluated data from two population-based cohorts on 155,392 children followed from birth (1996-2009) to 2014 (Danish ...

19.05.2017

Could probiotics restore microbiome imbalance linked to autoimmune disorder? - NutraIngredients.com


NutraIngredients.com

Could probiotics restore microbiome imbalance linked to autoimmune disorder?
NutraIngredients.com
Probiotics might help restore gut bacterial imbalance in patients with systemic sclerosis, says a new study looking at gastrointestinal bacterial compositions in two geographically-distinct populations suffering from the autoimmune disorder.

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02.05.2017

NODAT Risk Similar After Switching From CNIs to Everolimus - Renal and Urology News


NODAT Risk Similar After Switching From CNIs to Everolimus
Renal and Urology News
At 10-14 weeks after transplantation, Hallvard Holdaas, MD, of the ELEVATE Study Group and Oslo University Hospital, Rikshospitalet in Oslo, Norway, and colleagues randomly assigned 717 kidney transplant recipients to convert from CNI therapy to ...

28.04.2017

This is what a poo transplant does to your body - Daily Star


Daily Star

This is what a poo transplant does to your body
Daily Star
Professor Tom Karlsen at the Department of Transplantation Medicine, Oslo University Hospital Rikshospitale and the The European Association for the Study of the Liver Vice-Secretary, added: "This is the first randomised trial to show that faecal ...

22.02.2017

Fingerprinting young brains: New leads for mental disorders - Science Daily


Science Daily

Fingerprinting young brains: New leads for mental disorders
Science Daily
The study is a collaboration between the Norwegian Centre for Mental Disorders Research (NORMENT) at the University of Oslo and Oslo University Hospital, and the Department of Psychology at the University of Oslo[CLB1] [JNK2] [JNK3] in Norway.

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22.03.2017

Drug-screening and genomic analyses of HER2-positive breast cancer cell lines reveal predictors for treatment response - Dove Medical Press


Drug-screening and genomic analyses of HER2-positive breast cancer cell lines reveal predictors for treatment response
Dove Medical Press
Background: Approximately 15%-20% of all diagnosed breast cancers are characterized by amplified and overexpressed HER2 (= ErbB2). These breast cancers are aggressive and have a poor prognosis. Although improvements in treatment have been ...

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