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Progress Reported Against Gene Involved in Hepatitis C

... (HealthDay News) -- Nearly 100 genes that support replication of the hepatitis C virus (HCV) in the human body ... that blocking several of the genes suppressed replication of the virus. "We may be a few years away from ... of cellular vesicles and plays a role in the replication of poliovirus, the researchers said. They also ...

Birdstep Technology Announces The Dual Upcoming Release Of Its Raima Database Manager Products

... will extend RDM's high availability by providing replication between RDM Embedded databases and RDM Server ... all the way up to Enterprise databases. The new replication feature provides support for multiple RDM Embedded database instances to perform one way replication into a RDM Server database. The RDM Server ...

Compounds that trigger beta cell replication identified by JDRF funded researchers

... one of the two appears to promote beta cell replication via a biological pathway known to be critical for ... molecules that induce functional beta cell replication using high throughput screening approaches. We ... as well as to show effects on human beta cell replication and function." JDRF's Regeneration research ...

Burnham researchers illuminate mechanisms that regulate DNA damage control and replication

... (Ddk) in monitoring damage control during DNA replication and reinitiating replication following DNA repair. Since Ddk is often ... 24 issue of Molecular Cell . Accurate DNA replication is essential for maintaining the stability of the ...

Study first to show that RNA interference can facilitate vaccine development

... small interfering RNA (siRNA) drug can reduce the replication of respiratory syncytial virus and reduce the ... in the mice. Tripp pointed out that RSV replication was reduced in a dose-dependent manner, meaning ... administered. He said it's possible to halt viral replication entirely with higher doses of the drug, but that ...

Selenium may slow march of AIDS

... that contain selenium negatively affects the replication of HIV," said K. Sandeep Prabhu, Penn State ... "Our results suggest a reduction in viral replication by at least 10-fold." Selenium is a ... that the addition of selenium inhibits the replication of HIV at least 10-fold, compared to cell ...

Existing anti-obesity drugs may be effective against flu, hepatitis and HIV

... A Thousand-fold Reduction in Viral replication In their experiments, Munger and colleagues ... enveloped viruses, the team measured influenza A replication in the presence of the same TOFA and FAS ... 96 hours. They found that the drugs blocked HCMV replication without causing cell toxicity or self-destruction ...

A potential approach to treatment of hepatitis B virus infection

... the activation of the DNA damage pathway by viral replication for the generation of antiviral drugs needs to be ... prevention of viral integration inhibits viral replication and promotes cellular apoptosis. Thus, the ATM-specific inhibitor ku55933 can inhibit HIV replication in primary T cells. Despite the availability ...

Scripps research team unravels new cellular repair mechanism

... which cells prepare to replicate DNA, to actual replication during the S phase. Now, in the new paper, the ... met. However, if a problem arises in the DNA replication process during the S phase, the entire process ... genes during S phase. Because those genes encode replication and repair enzymes, re-expression of the G1 genes ...

Tufts researchers discover link between DNA palindromes and disease

... scientists have discovered that slow or altered replication causes chromosomal breaking. But why does DNA replication stall? In a Tufts University study published ... peculiar DNA sequences named palindromes and replication delays. Sergei Mirkin, White Family Professor ...

New agent strikes at respiratory syncytial virus replication

... two, designated AUG-2, significantly reduced RSV replication in both cell culture and mouse experiments. Viral replication is one of the major pathogenetic processes of ... it replicates, Garofalo said. So stopping viral replication would be a very important part of any therapeutic ...

Scripps Florida scientists develop a process to disrupt hepatitis C virion production

... the assembly pathway. Total disruption of the replication process would be a cure for the disease, he adds, ... requires the normal cellular machinery for its replication and has developed strategies to utilize normal ... The requirement of domains I and II for RNA replication is well documented. NS5A domain III, however, is ...

EMC Extends Innovation for VMware environments

... virtual machines. -- Application-Integrated replication leveraging Exchange, SQL Server, Oracle, and ... supported in VMware environments using EMC replication Manager. -- Storage resource management that ... with EMC's broad portfolio of remote replication products including EMC SRDF(R), EMC ...

AMAS Test Measures Lethal Replikin Gene Activity in Lung and Other Cancers

... Dec. 6 /PRNewswire/ -- A gene related to rapid replication and lethality has been found to be present in, ... been previously determined to be related to rapid replication and virulence. Using proprietary ... are evidently related to the rate of replication in the cancer. In short, the AMAS test measures ...

Health and Pension Benefits Provider Turns to Xiotech's TimeScale Replication Services to Protect Critical Data

... Cost-Effective, Highly Available and Secure Data replication for United Mine Workers of America Health and ... information by providing automated, long-distance replication of critical customer-specific data to a secure ... in the event of a natural disaster. "TimeScale replication Services is ideal for midsized organizations that ...

Chromatin remodeling complex connected to DNA damage control

... was blocked, the cells' response to replication stress was impaired, greatly slowing down replication in the absence of another replication checkpoint factor called Tof1. Shen discovered ...

Immune Response May Speed AIDS Progression in Women

... General Hospital. "Focusing on immune activation separately from viral replication might give us new therapeutic approaches to limiting HIV-1-induced ... resulting in lower levels of HIV-1 replication, persistent viral replication and stronger chronic immune activation can lead to the faster progression ...

Damon Runyon Cancer Research Foundation awards prestigious fellowships to 17 top young scientists

... the mechanism of a new drug called Triapine, which may prevent the replication of tumor cells and is currently being tested in Phase II and III clinical ... of the genome. Identifying genes involved in the regulation of DNA replication is critical for understanding how a normal cell can become a tumor cell. ...

Lethality of H1N1 Influenza Virus Increasing According to Latest Replikin Analysis of Virus Peptide Genomic Data

... discovery of Replikins, a new group of peptides related to the rapid replication function in viral and other diseases. The company has designed unique ... on the company's discovery of a new group of peptides related to rapid replication called Replikins, whose increase in concentration in virus or other ...

Children's Hospital Boston Deploys AutoVirt Solution to Increase Speed and Efficiency of Windows Data Replication

... in order to increase the speed and efficiency of its Windows data replication operations. Since its deployment, AutoClone has helped the Children's ... Handling: AutoClone records an accurate and detailed log entry while the replication process continues, uninterrupted. Destination Share Support: ...

iMedica Launches Transition™, a New, Streamlined EHR That Breaks Down the Barriers to Physician Adoption and Use

... paper records continue to disappear in favor of electronic records, data replication ensures accuracy and security. Low Costs: Transition costs about ... note documentation, a traditional barrier to EHR acceptance. iMedica's replication technology enables backup, recovery and accessibility, as well as ...

New HIV Drug May Help Those Resistant to Therapy

... Study in monkeys finds that it reduces replication of the virus,,,, WEDNESDAY, April 1 (HealthDay News) -- An ... disease can only progress if the virus is replicating, so if we can slow replication down, we can reduce the impact of the disease on the patient's life," ...

Penn Medicine presents HIV gene therapy trial data at CROI 2009

... in the gut with VRX496 modified cells, which is a major site of HIV replication and suggests that the modified cells are going where they need to go," ... for adverse events, viral load, CD4+ T cell count, vector-derived replication competent lentivirus (RCL) and immunogenicity, vector DNA integration ...

Penn study identifies how ebola virus avoids the immune system

... "Tetherin is the first example of a protein that affects the virus replication cycle after the virus is fully made and prevents the virus from being able ... allowing the cell's natural defense systems to slow down viral replication and give the animal or person a chance to mount an effective antiviral ...

Helicobacter pylori can multiply in autophagic vesicles

... and subsequent adoption of these autophagic vesicles by H. pylori for replication in macrophages. The fate of H. pylori is dependent on the strains ... of intracellular microorganism because it can invade host cells to undergo replication within the autophagosome. The bacterium's residence inside infected cells ...

High insulin levels raise risk of breast cancer in postmenopausal women

... now needs to focus on ways to reduce insulin's effects on cell growth and replication in the breast while preserving its positive metabolic effects. There ... on how the effects of insulin and insulin-like growth factors on cell replication and survival influence a variety of conditions. "Every cell in the body ...

5 Brown faculty elected to world's largest scientific body

... for her ongoing research. Her lab is studying the initiation of DNA replication (doubling of the hereditary information of the cell), and has devised a method to map the start site of DNA replication at the nucleotide level. Her research in progress suggests that a steroid ...

Does HBV infection induce acute cellular DNA damage?

... (ATM) pathway and ATM-Rad3-related (ATR) pathway. Virus replication presents the host cells with large amounts of exogenous genetic material, ... DNA ends and unusual structures. Therefore, infected cells recognize viral replication as a DNA damage stress and elicit DNA damage signal transduction, which ...

deCODE Launches deCODE BreastCancer(TM), a Genetic Test to Screen for Risk of the Common Forms of Breast Cancer

... percent of all breast cancers. The test integrates data from discovery and replication studies published in major peer-reviewed journals and involving nearly ... of European descent. deCODE and other organizations are conducting replication studies to validate these markers in populations of other continental ...

Pitt research indicates new virus is culprit, not bystander, in deadly skin cancer

... propose two possible reasons why these mutations develop: If viral replication continues, the immune system could recognize the intruder to eliminate diseased cells, or the viral replication itself will lead to the death of the cancer cells. Both of these ...

New approach, old drug show promise against hepatitis C, Stanford research shows

... could hinder that protein, resulting in a tenfold decrease in virus replication with no apparent harm to infected liver-like cells. Because the drug has ... the virus' process of binding RNA. This is a necessary step in the virus' replication process and, through careful observation, the team determined where it ...

H5N1 Virus Replikin Gene Counts Indicate a New More Virulent Influenza Cycle Has Begun

... Health Organization. Replikins, Ltd then reported that the cycle of rapid replication for H5N1 which began in 1996 appeared to be over in 2006 ---"until the next rapid replication cycle of this or another influenza virus strain begins". In ...

Potential viral therapy weapon for difficult cancers is safe and effective in study

... wild-type HSV-1 virus. Over a 72-hour period, researchers noted a robust replication of the wild-type HSV-1 in these cells, but in cells injected with rRp450, the replication rate was inhibited 10,000 fold with no signs of productive virus ....

OSMA Launches EMR Standards of Excellence Program

... chart at the speed-of-thought, code, and bill immediately. Robust replication functionality enables access to information anytime anywhere regardless of ... recovery and preparedness functionality alleviates concerns via iMedica's replication and iMedivault(TM) Portal services. Our template free design allows ...

Human, animal vaccine development goal of hepatitis E virus research

... research. The first NIH grant, entitled Mechanism of hepatitis E virus replication and pathogenesis, conveys total funding of $1,561,797 and the ... enable researchers to learn more about the molecular mechanisms of HEV replication and pathogenesis by using pigs and chickens as animal model systems. ...

Mass. General Hospital receives Gates Foundation grant to expand HIV controllers study

... discovering information that can guide design of a vaccine to limit viral replication in HIV-infected individuals. A primary focus will be understanding ... latest technology to analyze which immune responses best suppress viral replication and investigate how the virus evolves to escape the immune system, ...

HIV persists in the gut despite long-term HIV therapy

... one reason the virus persists in the blood is because of ongoing cycles of replication in the GALT. The authors conclude that any possibility of further lowering ... more powerful drug regimens to stop the low levels of ongoing viral replication originating in the GALT. The development of such regimens is an important ...

Veterinary researchers study poultry virus as human cancer treatment

... system that activates upon infection with the virus, thereby preventing replication of the virus, explains Subbiah. Cancer cells, however, have defective ... these defects to replicate specifically in the diseased cells. The replication of the virus generates apoptosisalso known as programmed cell death or ...

Ninety-one Percent of BARACLUDE(R) (entecavir) Treated Patients in a Four-Year Cohort Demonstrated Virologic Suppression to Undetectable Levels

... B infection. HBeAg is a viral protein identified as a marker of active replication of the hepatitis B virus. Patients in this cohort were initially treated ... hepatitis B virus infection in adults with evidence of active viral replication with either evidence of persistent elevations in serum aminotransferases ...

Researchers Identify New Method to Selectively Kill Metastatic Melanoma Cells

... death specifically in melanoma cells. Fisher said that mda-5 is a key regulator of innate immunity that induces interferon beta production limiting replication of specific pathogenic viruses. This work was supported by grants from the National Institutes of Health, the Spanish Ministry of Science and ...
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