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NIH funds $9.5 million for research on HIV and the human innate immune system

... defense humans have against infections, such as hBDs and other innate immune molecules, found in the epithelial linings of the mouth, skin and urogenital track, which are constantly challenged by bacteria, fungi and viruses. In two projects, researchers will design, produce and share altered forms ...

6th ESOU Meeting

... a revolution in the field of oncology in general. These therapies appear to evolve into the mainstay of medical treatment of malignancies of the urogenital tract and are likely to convert the disease from a progressive and lethal one into a chronic, controllable process in many cases. ...

Scientists launch first comprehensive database of human oral microbiome

... the genes, or genomes, of 600 representative microorganisms sampled from microbial communities in the mouth, skin, digestive tract, nose, and female urogenital tract. Additional studies are either under way or under development. Among those already well under way is a NIDCR-supported project to compile a ...

Scientists launch human oral microbiome database

... the genes, or genomes, of 600 representative microorganisms sampled from microbial communities in the mouth, skin, digestive tract, nose, and female urogenital tract. Additional studies are either under way or under development. Among those already well under way is a NIDCR-supported project to compile a ...

Stroke victims may benefit from stem cell transplants

... to infarcted areas In a study carried out by Korean researchers, labeled hMSCs (early precursor cells to musculoskeletal, blood, vascular and urogenital systems) were transplanted into animal stroke models with cerebral artery occlusion and tracked by magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) at two days, one ...

NIH launches Human Microbiome Project

... collected from five body regions known to be inhabited by microbial communities: the digestive tract, the mouth, the skin, the nose, and the female urogenital tract. Demonstration projects will subsequently be funded to sample the microbiomes from volunteers with specific diseases. This will allow ...

Marine mammals are on the frontline of failing ocean health

... of dead and stranded sea lions in California have been diagnosed with a urogenital cancer, similar to cancers we see in humans. Researchers found high ... think organochlorines (a class of POPs) play a role either directly in the urogenital tract or in suppression of the immune system," says Frances Gulland of The ...

Master regulatory gene of epithelial stem cells identified

... identifies a "master regulator" of this regeneration process not only for skin, but for many epithelial tissues including breast, prostate, and urogenital tract. This master regulator of epithelial stem cells turns out to be the p63 gene, a close relative to the well-known tumor-suppressing p53 gene. ...

Scientists sequence genome of parasite responsible for common sexually transmitted infection

... is so large and repetitive, researchers theorize that the parasite evolved over time, previously inhabiting the intestine and later moving to the urogenital tract, which resulted in increased cell size and, subsequently, a considerably expanded genome. The researchers also discovered more than 150 ...

Scientists perform 'tricky' operation

... Trichomonas vaginalis colonises the urogenital tract and causes the infection also known as "trick", the most common non-viral STI. University of Queensland PhD scholar Rebecca Dunne was one of ...

Solvent exposure linked to birth defects in babies of male painters

... were on average six times more likely than the carpenters to father congenitally malformed babies (e.g. defects of cardiovascular, gastrointestinal, urogenital and central nervous systems.) In addition, the painters exposed to the chemicals were 50 to 100 per cent more likely to produce low birth-weight ...

A splice of the action: Translational role for WT1 isoform

... 1 tumor suppressor. The Wilms' Tumor 1 (WT1) protein is important to both normal and pathological human development, with known roles in kidney and urogenital formation as well as several human cancers. Dr. Hammarskjold and colleagues reveal that WT1 works not only at the transcriptional level, but also ...
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