University of Zaragoza

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A Miniature 'Open Source' Mobile Clinic For The Developing World

Ben Schiller | Co.Exist | October 16, 2013

Basic medical tests once required a trip to a clinic. These days, anyone can measure their pulse, heart rate, and blood pressure using cheap digital equipment. Read More »

Gut Microorganisms Affect Our Physiology

Press Release | University of Exeter | December 29, 2016

Scientists at the University of Exeter Medical School and University of Zaragoza in Spain studied a protein known as TLR2, a critical detector of the microbiota found in the intestine. They found that it regulates levels of serotonin – a neurotransmitter which carries messages to the brain, and is also found in the gut, where it regulates our bowel routines. The research, carried out in cell cultures and verified in mice, provides strong evidence that microbiota can interfere with human physiology by modulating the serotonin transporter activity...

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