Review Article

Evaluation of the Potential Genotoxicity of Quantum Dots. A Review

The Quantum Dots (QDs) are widely used in different biological and biomedical applications due to their unique optical, electronic, physicochemical pr... Read more


Review Article

Tinnitus as a Fragment of Consciousness

Subjective, chronic tinnitus that is tonal is a human condition that results in the perception of a continuous sound of a particular frequency, in the... Read more


Case Report

Noninfectious Subcutaneous Emphysema of the Upper Extremity-Case Report and Review of the Literature

Subcutaneous emphysema, defined as gas or air within the subcutaneous tissues is a rare diagnosis which may be attributed to trauma or surgery, perfor... Read more


Research Article

Challenges of Treating Methamphetamine-Positive Patients

Methamphetamines are addictive stimulants that induce dopamine release, a sense of euphoria, and increased libido. The effects of methamphetamine in i... Read more


Research Article

Is There an Increased Risk of Lung Cancer among the Chinese Silica Cohort? - The Influence of Occupational Confounders

To evaluate a possible influence of confounding in risk estimation for lung cancer in relation to silica dust exposure, we re-analyze a recently publi... Read more


Review Article

Secondary Prevention of Cancer in the Older Individual

The incidence and the mortality of cancer increase with age. This article explores the possibility of decreasing cancer-related mortality in the aged ... Read more


Research Article

Is a Minimal Invasive Autologous Chondrocyte Implantation (ACI) in the Hip Possible? A Feasibility and Safety Study of Arthroscopic Treatment of Full Thickness Acetabular Cartilage Defects with an Injectable ACI

Injectable autologous chondrocyte implantation (ACI) offers a new method for the minimal invasive treatment of acetabular cartilage defects. The feasi... Read more



A New Pharmacologic Approach for the Potential Reduction of Autism and Multiple Sclerosis

Multiple sclerosis and autism bear significant neuropathologic similarities such as reduced myelination and elevated anti-myelin basic protein (anti-M... Read more


Review Article

Who Owns Hematopoietic Stem Cells? Some Fundamental Legal Stakes for the Manufacture of Cultured Red Blood Cells

Significant R&D investment is currently being made in the design of cost-effective devices for the manufacture of red blood cells (RBCs) from hematopo... Read more


Research Article

Lessons from the Discovery of the "Calcium Paradox" due to Ca2+/Camp Interaction

The notion of stimulus-secretion initially resulted from the experiments performed by Douglas and Rubin in the sixties. Using adrenal chromaffin cells... Read more