Nager, MD, MHA and coauthors from Children's Hospital Los Angeles and the Keck School of Medication of the University of Southern California assessed subjective discomfort among pediatric individuals immediately before and 20 moments after treatment by a licensed acupuncturist. The researchers measured two biomarkers of irritation in blood samples used before also, during, and thirty minutes after needle positioning. In this article ‘Effects of Acupuncture on Discomfort and Irritation in Pediatric Emergency Section Individuals with Acute Appendicitis: A Pilot Research,’ the authors statement that the patients' subjective pain decreased, most likely because of the acupuncture treatment. Furthermore, among the inflammatory biomarkers ‘demonstrated a modest and obvious drop,’ suggesting ‘that the effectiveness of acupuncture may have a biophysiological basis.’..Yuling Luo, Founder, President and CEO of ACD. For further information please visit About RNAscope ACD's RNAscope represents a major technological progress in in situ RNA recognition. This patented, breakthrough system is the first to enable robust one RNA molecule detection in routine formalin-set, paraffin-embedded clinical specimens. RNAscope provides rich morphological and molecular information in one assay to increase the scientific utility of RNA biomarkers.