Navigation Links
NYUCD awarded $2.2 million NIH grant to decode genome of caries-causing bacteria
Date:11/3/2011

iologist, demonstrated that these bacteria are transmitted from mother to infant during intimate contact.

"The findings from our new study, as well as the earlier research on Streptoccocus mutans, will help propel the development of a diagnostic test that dentists can administer chairside to identify those at risk," said Dr. Caufield.

"Severe early childhood caries is one of the most prevalent chronic diseases in underprivileged populations," added Dr. Li. "Much still needs to be learned about how the disease develops, and how it can be prevented. Our study will help to fill those gaps."

Co-investigators on the Lb study include Dr. Silvia Argimon, research scientist in cariology and comprehensive care; Dr. Charles Larsen, clinical assistant professor of pediatric dentistry, Dr. Untray T. Brown, clinical associate professor of pediatric dentistry; Dr. Robert Norman, research associate professor of epidemiology & health promotion; and Dr. Peter Catapano, Jr., clinical associate professor of pediatric dentistry, all of the NYU College of Dentistry. Dr. Catapano is also a clinical associate professor of pediatrics at the NYU School of Medicine and director of the pediatric dental clinic at Bellevue Hospital Center.

Additional co-investigators include Dr. Paul O'Toole, senior scientist at University College, Ireland; Dr. Julian Parkhill, senior scientist at the Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute; Dr. Rob Desalle, curator of the Sackler Institute for Comparative Genomics of the American Museum of Natural History; and Dr. Paul J. Planet, a research associate at the American Museum of Natural History and a fellow in the pediatric infectious disease division of the Columbia College of Physicians and Surgeons Children's Hospital of New York.

Drs. Caufield and Li are also focusing on how severe early childhood caries affects children living on American Indian reservations. They are participating in a series of outreaches to Indi
'/>"/>

Contact: Christopher James
christopher.james@nyu.edu
212-998-6876
New York University
Source:Eurekalert

Page: 1 2 3

Related medicine news :

1. BUSM researcher awarded 2 NIH grants totaling over $11 million
2. National Jewish Health researchers awarded $13 million to evaluate treatments for toxic gases
3. OU professors awarded $2.8 million for 4-year study on biodiversity in warmer climates
4. UIC awarded $14 million to study tobacco pricing and media
5. Scripps Florida scientist awarded $2.2 million grant to study hepatitis C
6. LSUHSC awarded NIH grant to develop pneumonia vaccine
7. Cothenius Medal awarded to Arizona State University social insect scientist for lifes work
8. Penn veterinarian Ralph Brinster awarded National Medal of Science
9. Lung cancer research team awarded $1.43 million to study cancer in Eastern Kentucky
10. UT awarded NIH grants to study prevention and treatment of neurodegenerative and vascular diseases
11. Major grant awarded for HIV prevention study in Africa
Post Your Comments:
*Name:
*Comment:
*Email:
(Date:12/25/2014)... The report “TS-1 (Colorectal Cancer) – Forecast and ... landscape, unmet needs, current pipeline and commercial opportunities in ... which is typically used for treating colorectal cancer. It ... gastric cancer and pancreatic cancer. TS-1 is composed of ... approved in 1999 in Japan for the treatment of ...
(Date:12/25/2014)... Recently, iFitDress.com, the popular online supplier of wedding ... new selection of black one-shoulder cocktail dresses . In ... are available at discounted prices, up to 70% off. ... for three weeks only. You know, we have thousands of ... in our new items can visit our website for more ...
(Date:12/25/2014)... (PRWEB) December 25, 2014 Recently, ... discounts on all its wedding dresses. BellasDress has chosen ... more for gift choices for the holiday season. ... can pick suitable wedding gowns here at discount prices. ... shopping experience at its website. , “All ...
(Date:12/25/2014)... Miami, FL (PRWEB) December 25, 2014 When ... often find themselves in a frenzy to get rid of ... classroom. But families in Coral Gables now have the solution ... its second salon clinic location, Lice Troopers provides full spectrum ... in the Coral Gable area, including Sunset, Key Biscayne, Brickell, ...
(Date:12/25/2014)... The risk of burns from fires and cooking accidents ... extra cautious, an expert says. "Between Thanksgiving and ... patients coming in with burns," said Dr. Steven Sandoval, ... Center of Stony Brook University Hospital in New York. ... if not careful, could quickly turn tragic," Sandoval said ...
Breaking Medicine News(10 mins):Health News:TS-1 Colorectal Cancer Market Analysis and Forecast to 2023 Report at RnRMarketReserach.com 2Health News:TS-1 Colorectal Cancer Market Analysis and Forecast to 2023 Report at RnRMarketReserach.com 3Health News:iFitDress.com: Black One-Shoulder Cocktail Dresses for 2015 2Health News:BellasDress.com’s Christmas Sale: Trendy Wedding Dresses With Big Discounts 2Health News:Coral Gables Florida Gets Ready to Be Lice-Free with Lice Troopers 2Health News:Don't Let Burns Mar Your Holidays 2
... , , , ... levels of outdoor ground-level ozone, microscopic particle pollution like smoke ... anyone who is sensitive to these airborne contaminants to experience ... asthma attacks and cause lung irritation(1). According to AIRNow.gov(2), a ...
... from Columbia University Medical Center,s Herbert Irving Comprehensive Cancer Center ... make new neurons but that may be hijacked later ... called Huwe1 normally functions to eliminate other unnecessary proteins and ... cancer. These findings, published in the August 18 ...
... walk into a ..." sounds like the start of a ... has helped to decipher a critical, but so far largely ... can cause mutations that lead to cancer, and this study ... uncontrolled cell replication. The biologist in question is University ...
... Ill. --- Anyone with an MP3 device -- just about every man, ... notion of the majesty of music, of the primal place it holds ... seen simply as stuff of the soul -- a frill that has ... University study. The study shows that musicians -- trained to ...
... for your health, extreme exercise may be physically addicting. ... addicts went into withdrawal after running excessively in exercise ... hardest had the most severe withdrawal symptoms. ... excessive exercise is addicting, then maybe, to feel good, ...
... , EDINA, Minn., Aug. 17 Backpacks can ... children and adolescents. As students prepare for school, the Minnesota Chiropractic Association ... backpack safety. , , The MCA and ... , , Does the backpack have two wide, ...
Cached Medicine News:Health News:Bad Air Day Alert: Outdoor Air Pollutants at High Level 2Health News:Bad Air Day Alert: Outdoor Air Pollutants at High Level 3Health News:Gene vital to brain's stem cells implicated in deadly brain cancer 2Health News:Gene vital to brain's stem cells implicated in deadly brain cancer 3Health News:Newly discovered mechanism in cell division has implications for chromosome's role in cancer 2Health News:Newly discovered mechanism in cell division has implications for chromosome's role in cancer 3Health News:Taking up music so you can hear 2Health News:Taking up music so you can hear 3Health News:Excessive exercise can be addicting, new study says 2Health News:It's Backpack Safety Time 2
(Date:12/24/2014)... HILL, N.C. , Dec. 23, 2014  Medical ... success. As the key link between the medical device ... grow even more in the coming years as the ... According to research by benchmarking firm, ... MSLs can gain an important edge is by harnessing ...
(Date:12/22/2014)... NxStage Medical, Inc. (NASDAQ: NXTM ... announced today that the U.S. Food and Drug ... perform hemodialysis overnight while the patient is at ... System One is the first and only hemodialysis ... Home nocturnal hemodialysis is an ...
(Date:12/22/2014)... --Research and Markets ( http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/h3xm6q/us ) has ... Glucose Market" report to their offering. ... insight focuses on the developments in the self-monitoring blood ... . Reimbursement analysis and the effects of competitive bidding ... 73 SMBG meters have been performed, based on the ...
Breaking Medicine Technology:Role of Medical Science Liaisons Evolving in Medical Device Sector 2NxStage Receives FDA Clearance for Home Nocturnal Hemodialysis 2NxStage Receives FDA Clearance for Home Nocturnal Hemodialysis 3US Self-monitoring Blood Glucose Market 2
... Inc. (Nasdaq: BIOD ) will issue its third ...  Following the release of the company,s financial results, Biodel,s senior ... and provide an update on the company,s progress.August 4, 2011 ... be distributed4:15 pm EDT: , Conference call participants should dial:+1 ...
... Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research ... Insulin- Western Europe ... package contains 14 insulin market analyses from ... Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, the ...
Cached Medicine Technology:Insulin- Western Europe 2
Detection of Lupus Anticoagulants. Freeze-dried hexagonal phase phos-phatidylethanolamine; normal plasma with heparin inhibitor; PTT-LS reagent of cephalin and particulate siliceous activator;all fre...
... Assay for the Quantitative ... Protein S level based ... Va Inhibition by STA© ... free of Protein S; ...
Immuno-turbidimetric Assay for Antithrombin III Antigen. Suspension of microlatex particles coated with specific antibodies....
Enzyme Immunoassay of Protein C Antigenby ELISA Method, 96 tests...
Medicine Products: