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Protein handlers should be effective treatment target for cancer and Alzheimer's

... from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs in the last 12 months to support studies of proteins and the molecular chaperones that manage them from cradle to grave. Understanding the exact role molecular chaperones play in cancer and Alzheimer's should lead to better ways to intervene in both, says ...

Lemurs' evolutionary history may shed light on our own

... about 20 percent of primate species and live on less than one percent of the earths surface. It further highlights the importance of Madagascar as a cradle for biodiversity. The study lays the groundwork for doing future studies of lemurs and other primates. The methods the group developed for this ...

U-M researchers release most detailed global study of genetic variation

... of an individual's ancestors with more and more precision," Rosenberg said. Human genetic diversity decreases as distance from Africa---the cradle of humanity---increases. People of African descent are more genetically diverse than Middle Easterners, who are more diverse than Asians and ...

New research discredits $100B global warming 'fix'

... prohibited under the law of the sea. There is no point trying to ameliorate the effects of climate change by destroying the oceans the very cradle of life on earth. Simply doing more and bigger of that which has already been demonstrated to be ineffective and potentially more harmful than good ...

Scientists discover new life in the Antarctic deep sea

... Angelika Brandt from the Zoological Institute and Zoological Museum, University Hamburg says, "The Antarctic deep sea is potentially the cradle of life of the global marine species. Our research results challenge suggestions that the deep sea diversity in the Southern Ocean is poor. We now ...

Stem cells engage in dialogue with the cells that regulate their futures

... Inside the fruit fly ovary are structures called germarium which contain tiny cradles made of cap cells that nurture stem cells. Each such cradle contains two to three stem cells preparing to become fly eggs that are cuddled in a niche composed of three to six cap cells. Cap cells adhere to ...

Proteins anchor memories in our brain

... fail to recognize just one of the body's thousands of proteins as "self." The research confirms an emerging view that autoimmunity can start in this cradle of the immune system, and not only at the sites where autoimmune diseases emerge, such as the pancreas in the case of type 1 diabetes, or the joints ...

Autoimmune disease triggered if T cells miss a single protein early on

... fail to recognize just one of the body's thousands of proteins as "self." The research confirms an emerging view that autoimmunity can start in this cradle of the immune system, and not only at the sites where autoimmune diseases emerge, such as the pancreas in the case of type 1 diabetes, or the joints ...

Census of Marine Life explorers surprised by diversity, density of Arctic creatures

... marine evolution Because they now understand the physical churn that goes on in the Southern Ocean, biologists want to investigate its role as a cradle of genetic diversity. The Antarctic Census will take extensive samples from the deep abyssal plain on the sea floor, 4,500 to 5,500 meters below ...

UCSB scientists probe sea floor venting to gain understanding of early life on Earth

... according to the National Science Foundation, a major funder of this work. The NSF explains that subseafloor ecosystems may represent both the cradle of life on Earth and a model for the exploration and discovery of life on other planets. "We are highly conscious of the importance of microbes in ...
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