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UMN researchers create new antidote for acetaminophen poisoning

More than 50,000 people visit the ER each year for acetaminophen poisoning.

UMN researchers in the Center for Drug Design have developed a new antidote for liver toxicity due to acetaminophen overdoses.

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UMN scientists identify two mutations critical for MERS transmission from bats to humans

Researchers have identified two critical mutations allowing the deadly Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) virus to transmit from bats to humans. The findings were published in the most recent edition of the Journal of Virology.

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In the News: A new idea for treating Alzheimer’s

Ling Li is taking Alzheimer’s disease research in a new direction.

Recently, Scientific American took a minute to feature her preliminary research into a novel approach to Alzheimer’s drug development.

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How pharmacy education differs from U.S. to Germany

Editor’s note: Ashley Artmann is a doctor of pharmacy student at the University of Minnesota College of Pharmacy. To document her five-week rotation in Germany, Artmann is blogging about her experiences learning about German pharmacy education and practice. Find this and additional posts from Artmann at aeartma.blogspot.com.

Last Tuesday we ventured via bus and train in the rain to Düsseldorf to visit their university and pharmacy school.

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HIV protein may impact neurocognitive impairment in infected patients

A protein shed by HIV-infected brain cells alters synaptic connections between networks of nerve cells, according to new research out of the University of Minnesota. The findings could explain why nearly half of all patients infected with the AIDS virus experience some level of neurocognitive impairment.

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