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Brain music

... The concept of Brain Music is to use the frequency, amplitude, and duration of musical sounds to move the brain from an anxious state to a more relaxed state. "Strain comes with an emergency response job, so we are interested in finding ways to help these workers remain at the top of their game ...

Male impotence drugs may deserve a second look in women

... see the impact. The arteries from male rats displayed a relatively standard concentration-dependent relaxation the more drug they got, the more they relaxed - while in females arteries, there was an initial relaxation then an odd oscillation between relaxation and contraction with subsequent dosing. ...

Survival in a Changing World: The Journal of Experimental Biology 2009 symposium

... in the adjoining Western Awaji Island Hotel. Within 90 minutes travel of Kansai International Airport or Kyoto, Awaji Yumebutai provides a relaxed atmosphere that lends itself to work, dialogue and recreation. The Symposium will comprise presentations by a list of 18 distinguished invited ...

NYU scientists discover dangerous new method for bacterial toxin transfer

... finding another one," he says. He and Dr. Chen found that the rules of the attachment process in both Staph aureus and L. monocytogenes have been relaxed to allow attachment at more DNA sites, thus removing a major barrier for integrating new genetic elements like the pathogenicity islands. Drs. Chen ...

Biologists learn structure, mechanism of powerful 'molecular motor' in virus

... between the motor and DNA," Rossmann said. The research data also showed that the motor is dynamic and apparently exists in two states: relaxed and tensed, the latter likely occurring when the top disk has attracted the lower disc. Researchers at Catholic University of America supplied the ...

AIUM to Host 2009 Annual Convention in New York

... toward becoming an advanced sonographic practitioner. Quick Take Sessions are designed for people who want to present ultrasound-related topics in a relaxed setting that offers ample opportunity for interaction with a small audienceperfect for early observation and puzzling case series. In addition, ...

Collegiate Inventors Competition recognizes top student inventors

... for the Preservation of Tissues and Organs A bandage that releases nitric oxidea gas that promotes vasodilation in blood vessels to keep them relaxed and flexiblein a controlled manner as it degrades. Timothy Lu, Harvard Medical School and Massachusetts Institute of Technology (Advisor: J.J. ...

A common aquatic animal's genome can capture foreign DNA

... mystery of bdelloids' sexless ways, and may shed light on their ability to adapt to new environments. "These fascinating animals not only have relaxed the barriers to incorporation of foreign genetic material, but, more surprisingly, they even managed to keep some of these alien genes functional," ...

Ancient protein offers clues to killer condition

... in smooth muscle by adhering to form a filament, which grabs hold of a neighbouring filament, and relaxes by letting go. When the muscle is in a relaxed state, myosin molecule folds itself up into a compact structure. This folded structure allows the smooth muscles to adjust to being different ...

AGU Journal Highlights -- March 19, 2008

... pollution controls in North America and Europe. The authors hypothesize that the elevated lead levels stem from the later industrialization and more relaxed pollution regulations in Asian countries compared to North America and Europe. Title: Ice core record of rising lead pollution in the North ...

In nature -- and maybe the corner office -- scientists find that generalists can thrive

... study, started with an established mathematical model in current biology literature that leads to complete division of labor. In their design, they relaxed two assumptions, making inefficiency less costly and allowing generalists to make mistakes. The researchers determined the worth of generalists to ...

Media highlights in the January issues of Biophysical Journal

... performed on rat kidney cells favor this view. The vesicle transport is accelerated when the network fibers relax. In simple words, a physically relaxed cell is doing much better in vesicle transport compared to a cell under tension. This finding indicates that intracellular vesicle trafficking has a ...

Professor's video series explains all facets of Earth

... daily studio session. I was nervous at first, he said. I was in a room with lights and cameras but no people, and I had to look like I was relaxed and conversing with people. We had to re-do the first six lectures, but then I found my stride. Its a real honor to do these for the ...

ASNTR 15th anniversary meeting to be held May 1-3 in Florida

... which allows for interaction among attendees, says Paul Sanberg, PhD, DSc, executive director and past president of the ASNTR. The venue is very relaxed and best known for 35 miles of spectacular beaches and record-breaking sunshine. Founded in 1993, ASNTR is dedicated to the development of ...

Island monkeys do not recognize big cat calls

... do, however, flee in a hurry from the sound of human voices. "This contributes to a growing literature on how animal behavior changes under relaxed selection pressures," said Jessica Yorzinski, a graduate student in animal behavior at UC Davis, who authored the study with Thomas Ziegler of the ...

Bioclocks work by controlling chromosome coiling

... the simplest organism known to possess a biological clock. The chromosomes in cyanobacteria are organized in circular molecules of DNA. In their relaxed state, they form a single loop. But, within the cell, they are usually supercoiled into a series of small helical loops. There are even two families ...

UC-San Diego Engineering Honor Society wins most outstanding chapter award

... I think our department mixers are really great. They are open to any student and you get to interact with professors and other students in a relaxed environment, said Chiu, who encouraged all engineering students at UCSD to participate in chapter events. Were here for all Jacobs School ....

Tolerance to inhalants may be caused by changes in gene expression

... more negative, "relaxing the grip" of the DNA to the histones in a part of the slo gene that controls its expression. When the chromatin is in a relaxed state, gene transcription occurs more frequently. The researchers predict that increased expression of the slo channels, through epigenetic ...

Expecting an afternoon nap can reduce blood pressure

... of sleep. The session in which the volunteer was allowed to fall asleep was delineated into three phases: Phase 1: A five-minute period of relaxed wakefulness before lights were turned off (volunteers had been lying on the bed for a minimum of 15 minutes before this phase) Phase 2: The ...

Monkeys use 'baby talk' to interact with infants

... and facilitating the interactions between females with babies in general. Thus, the attraction to other females infants results in a relatively relaxed context of interaction where the main focus of attention is the baby, Maestripieri and his colleagues write in the article, Intended Receivers and ...

Down syndrome: It's not just the age factor

... give birth to children with Down Syndrome, have a relaxed stringency of quality control of embryos (or relaxed filtering stringency), which increases the ... defects to full term. They believe that this relaxed filtering stringency is an adaptive maternal ...

Spiders help scientists discover how muscles relax

... to preserve the thick muscle filaments in their relaxed state. Even then, the researchers faced ... permitted the researchers to explain how, in relaxed muscle, the heads of each myosin molecule are ... muscle contraction. "We have focused on the relaxed muscle to understand the structure of the thick ...

Rapid response was crucial to containing the 1918 flu pandemic

... an effective vaccine, the virus continued to spread or recurred as cities relaxed their restrictions. The second study also shows that the timing of when control measures were lifted played a major part. Cities that relaxed their restrictions after the peak of the pandemic passed often saw the ...

Rare soft-shell turtle, nesting ground found in Cambodia

... last strongholds of the former Khmer Rouge regime in Cambodia. The survey was the first detailed study of the area since security restrictions were relaxed in the late 1990s. “Our survey work to date has documented some of the highest freshwater biodiversity values in the entire Lower Mekong ...

Slow brain waves play key role in coordinating complex activity

... brain a way to connect low-level perceptions and actions to high-level goals and intentions." Brain waves - such as the slow alpha waves of the relaxed or idling brain or the fast, seemingly random pulses accompanying dream sleep - are generated by coordinated firing of neurons in the brain triggered ...

Brain regions do not communicate efficiently in adults with autism

... which measure the activity of hundreds of millions of brain cells, were collected with an array of 124 electrodes while the people were seated and relaxed with their eyes closed for two minutes. The researchers found patterns of higher than normal neural connectivity in the left hemisphere, ...

Chernobyl: The true scale of the accident

... in areas classified in the past by government authorities as areas of "strict control". The existing "zoning" definitions need to be revisited and relaxed in light of the new findings. * About 4,000 cases of thyroid cancer, mainly in children and adolescents at the time of the accident, have ...

Life's origins were easier than was thought

... It is worth remembering that tRNAs (essential molecules for the synthesis of proteins) are approximately 70 bases long. The discovery has greatly relaxed the conditions necessary for the first living organisms to develop. "This quantity of genes would be enough for a simple organism to have enough ...
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