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Occupational exposure to whole‐body vibration is associated with the development of musculoskeletal, neurological, and other ailments. Low back pain and other spine disorders are prevalent among those exposed to whole‐body vibration in occupational and military settings. Although standards for...
Cancer is a major stress for public well‐being and is the most dreadful disease. The models used in the discovery of cancer treatment are continuously changing and extending toward advanced preclinical studies. Cancer models are either naturally existing or artificially prepared experimental...
Despite the impressive efficacies demonstrated in preclinical research, hundreds of potentially neuroprotective drugs have failed to provide effective neuroprotection for ischemic stroke in human clinical trials. Lack of a powerful animal model for human ischemic stroke could be a major reason...
Programmed cell death protein 1 (PD‐1) /programmed cell death ligand 1 (PD‐L1) blockade is an important therapeutic strategy for melanoma, despite its low clinical response. It is important to identify genes and pathways that may reflect the clinical outcomes of this therapy in patients. We...
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