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Brupbacher prize to Nubia Munoz and Sir Richard Peto

... the high costs which still apply at present, the prophylactic, pre-pubic inoculation of girls is taking place almost exclusively in wealthy countries in which, ... cancer has already been sharply reduced. It is therefore urgent that inoculation is extended to less developed nations in which there is still a very high ...

New study indicates smallpox vaccination effective for decades

... of smallpox exposure. This may be a critical question because the availability of smallpox vaccines is limited and currently inadequate for a mass inoculation program. We found that vaccinated subjects maintain what appear to be protective levels of neutralizing antibodies to vaccinia indefinitely and do ...

First comprehensive genomic study of common cold reveals new treatment targets

... researchers infected 17 volunteers with rhinovirus-16 and an additional 18 volunteers (who served as the study control group) were given a sham inoculation in the form of a nasal saline spray. The volunteers were all healthy college students who signed informed consent forms. The rhinovirus-16 used in ...

Laurel wilt of redbay and sassafras: Will avocados be next?

... of other trees in the laurel family, and the Raffaelea sp. has been isolated from wilted sassafras, pondberry and pondspice, says Fraedrich. Our inoculation studies have shown that the fungus is deadly to these species as well as to spicebush, and avocado, but not to red maple. The researchers ...

Tips from the Journals of the American Society for Microbiology

... infects bacteria. In the study researchers identified the phage, MSa, and tested its activity against S. aureus in mice. Following simultaneous inoculation with both MSa and lethal and non-lethal doses of S. aureus results showed MSa rescued ninety-seven percent of mice from death and fully cleared mice ...

Scientists use gene transfer technology and common virus to block neuropathic pain

... a sustained, continuous pain-suppressing effect that began one week after inoculation with the vector and lasted for six weeks," says Marina Mata, M.D., staff ... after inoculation, the pain-blocking effect disappeared, but a second inoculation into the same paw re-established the effect." In previous research, ...

Scientists use gene transfer technology and common virus to block neuropathic pain in animals

... a sustained, continuous pain-suppressing effect that began one week after inoculation with the vector and lasted for six weeks,?says Marina Mata, M.D., staff ... after inoculation, the pain-blocking effect disappeared, but a second inoculation into the same paw re-established the effect.?/p> In previous research, ...

H9N2 avian flu vaccine paired with adjuvant provokes strong human immune response at low doses

... the higher the level of antibodies made in response to a vaccine, the more protective the vaccine is, Dr. Atmar notes. "In our trial, a single inoculation of adjuvant-containing H9N2 vaccine, even at the lowest dosage, generated a good antibody response," says Dr. Atmar. By comparison, the seasonal flu ...

Cell wall of pneumonia bacteria can cause brain and heart damage

... blocked PAFr, preventing the cell wall from binding to it. In fact, mice pretreated for 16 hours with CV-6209 survived, while mice treated after inoculation of cell wall did not. "Our success in preserving cardiomyocyte function even in the presence of cell wall suggests that it might be possible to ...

Researchers discover which organs in Antarctic fish produce antifreeze

... all life stages," the researchers conclude. "Because the notothenioids are confined to chronically icy Antarctic waters, and face high risks of ice inoculation from frequent seawater drinking, the evolution of AFGPs in these fishes was probably driven first and foremost by the need to prevent the hyposmotic ...
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