Finding Raises Hope for Treating ALS
... be beneficial."
The finding suggests that there may be significant time to treat ALS before the clumping and symptoms appear, signaling the quickening
pace of progression. But this would require development of an accurate way to diagnose ALS before symptoms emerge.
"Blocking aggregation of ...
Neuronal regulators offer potential targets for cancer
... one could potentially keep embryonic stem cells from turning into neurons. Alternatively, one might be able to make neurons more efficiently by quickening
Ontario Health Minister Censured Over Excess Radiation
... adult dosage, commented Auditor General Jim Carter.
Opposition leaders in the province have criticized the health minister of Ontario for not quickening
his steps to take concrete action to stop this excess exposure of children to radiation. Health Minister George Smitherman has however countered, ...
Quickening in Medical Dictionary
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Quickening in Biological News
'Perception' gene tracked humanity's evolution, scientists say
... consensus among evolutionary anthropologists that hominid divergence from the other great apes was fueled not by the origin of new genes, but by the quickening
(or slowing) of the expression of existing genes.
Hahn and his colleagues at Duke University, University College London and Medical University of ...
Quickening in Biological Technology
UW's Waisman Center seeing strong demand for biomanufacturing facility time
... situations, the two researchers said.
Murphy said the existence of the Waisman facility in Wisconsin can be attributed to reducing the costs and quickening
the advancement of the project. And, he added, the presence on the UW Hospitals and Clinics grounds was also very convenient -- within walking ...