medical sciences

Professor Lili Milani, head of the Estonian Genome Centre at University of Tartu. Credit: Ekspress Meedia/Anni Õnneleid
Estonian Genome Centre team contributes to landmark stroke genetics paper
The unexpected discovery led to this unique wound dressing. Photo credit: Siim Lõvi
An Estonian startup is healing wounds with magic dust
Photo credit: Andero Kaju
Antibiotics are wearing out, but Estonians have a rescue plan 
Photo credit: Marian Männi
Estonian study gives hope of detecting cancer in blood samples
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Are people with overweight more assertive?
Photo credit: Linda Vilumets
Insights into the past of an almost eradicated childhood infection
Photo credit: Diana Polekhina / Unsplash
Doctoral thesis: In the future, treatment of wounds may be facilitated by nanotechnology
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Migrevention, clinical and academic partners, work to advance digital headache clinic
Photo credit: Renee Altrov
Small country with a great potential for microbiome studies
Estonian Genome Center at the University of Tartu. Photo credit: Renee Altrov
Landmark genetics studies serve up new resources for gene expression research
Antegenes team. Photo credit: Antegenes
Major investment helps University of Tartu spin-off take genetic tests for cancer prevention to UK market
Photo credit: Renee Altrov
Researchers have discovered new genetic risk factors in polycystic ovary syndrome
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A gene was found that prevents excessive weight gain and diabetes during high-fat diet
Photo credit: Unsplash, Charl Folscher
Doctoral Thesis: Long-Term Health Problems for Victims of Violence
Sanna, one of many cows who help to produce the anti-SARS-CoV-2 antibody nasal spray at the farm of Estonian University of Life Sciences. Photo credit: Marian Männi
Estonians are fighting the pandemic with cow’s milk
Photo credit: Unsplash, Eiliv-Sonas Aceron
Acidic pH enhances butyrate production from pectin by faecal microbiota
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University of Tartu researchers continue to study coronavirus strains circulating in Estonia
Lili Milani, head of the Estonian Genome Centre and a Professor at Institute of Genomics, University of Tartu. Photo credit: Anni Õnneleid, Ekspress Meedia
Estonian Genome Center Contributing to Multiple Nordic Research Projects
Professor of Clinical Genetics of the University of Tartu Katrin Õunap. Photo credit: University of Tartu
Examination of an Estonian patient helped discover a new form of muscular dystrophy
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Cannabis tends to affect the mental health of ever younger people
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A Nematode Transmitted from Dogs by Mosquitoes to Humans is Gaining a Foothold in the Baltic States
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Gas Plasma May Help Cure Cancer in the Future
Astronaut in space
Microbial Treatment applied to Soviet Astronauts May Also Be Useful Today
Photo credit: Unsplash, Diana Polekhina
Pharmaceutical researchers create new research-based food supplements

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