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A nasal spray derived from algae and a plant in the tobacco family could offer a preventive measure for COVID-19, per Pitt researchers.
University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine scientists announced a potential vaccine against SARS-CoV-2, the new coronavirus causing the COVID-19 pandemic . When tested in mice, the vaccine, delivered through a fingertip-sized patch, produces antibodies specific to SARS-CoV-2 at quantities thought to be sufficient for neutralizing the virus.
A team at the University of Pittsburgh has creates an engineered, scaffold-based heart valve replacement that relies on internal tissue growth.
University of Pittsburgh researchers have developed the CyteSolutions Lens, a silicone-hydrogel-based contact lens coated with natural biopolymers — organic molecular structures — containing a drug that targets inflammatory dry eye pathways not targeted by any other current treatments.
A multidisciplinary research team at the University of Pittsburgh is developing a testing platform, HIV Detective, to determine in one minute whether patients have HIV, compared to the 24 hours it takes for conventional testing.
Researchers in a growing field known as human performance optimization want to know how we can function at our best even when our circumstances aren’t.
Pitt researchers found that one way to help "break the spell of craving" may be as simple as sniffing a pleasant aroma.
Undergrad Gabrielle Gentile was a part of history, working in the Pitt Hatfull Lab on the first known attempt to use phages to treat a mycobacterial infection in a human being, as well as the first therapeutic use of engineered phages.
A new study from researchers at the University of Pittsburgh and the U.S. Department of Energy could help speed up carbon-capturing devices for coal power plants, which could reduce the release of harmful quantities of carbon dioxide into the air and have the added benefit of bringing down energy costs.
Researchers studying drug prices found that new drugs entering the market do drive up prices, but drug companies are also hiking prices on older drugs.