ASU, IBM Move Ultrafast, Low-Cost DNA Sequencing Technology A Step Closer To Reality – Health News – redOrbit
So in recognition of National Diabetes Month this November, Fresenius Medical Care North America (FMCNA), the nations leading network of dialysis facilities , asked celebrity Chef Aaron McCargo, Jr., along with its own staff dietitians, to select an assortment of healthy recipes to consider as part of the holiday menu. Dialysis patients do need to pay attention to their diets, and steer clear of dried fruit, pumpkin, potatoes, and some of the other traditional holiday treats, says Chef McCargo, star of Food Networks Big Daddys House. But if they follow these recipes, they can enjoy amazing holiday meals without compromising their health. The dishes described below are kidney and diabetes friendly, and should be safe for both groups of patients when consumed individually and in the suggested portions. Five Diabetes & Dialysis-Friendly Holiday Recipes 1) Appetizer: Buffalo Chicken Salad Stuffed Cucumber Cups . This recipe mixes shredded chicken breast with a tangy dressing of mayonnaise, blue cheese, lemon juice, garlic, chives and hot sauce.
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Try this recipe: Artichoke-Parmesan Stuffed Tilapia Popcorn Did you know popcorn is a whole grain? Yep. Four cups contain 3 grams of fiber and protein each.
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The team encountered considerable device-to-device variation, so calibration will be needed to make the technology more robust. And the final big step of reducing the diameter of the hole through the device to that of a single DNA molecule has yet to be taken. But overall, the research team has developed a scalable manufacturing process to make a device that can work reliably for hours at a time, identifying each of the DNA chemical bases while flowing through the two-nanometer gap.
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