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Global Warming: Lessons of History Help the Future

...of these disasters can be brought together into an analytical tool to help predict if an agricultural system -- the complex web that includes food growing, trade, storage and distribution, inputs and finance -- is at risk. "Is the agro-ecosystem resilient? Can farmers adapt? Does the community have assets? Ar...

New Technique to Measure Xanthone in Mangosteen

...liquid chromatography (HPLC) analysis to create an analytical method that accurately identifies xanthones from t...he same solvent system and UV detection as for the analytical method, said Walker. Each compound has unique UV absorption spectra that allows for easy identificat...

Decoding Protein Structures Helps Illuminate Cause of Diabetes

...sity of Wisconsin-Madison have designed a powerful analytical tool capable of measuring molecular structures qui...automated 2-D IR spectroscopy will become a common analytical technique, widely available in university and industrial research laboratories around the world.'...

New Analytical Tool to Unravel the Cause of Diabetes

...sity of Wisconsin-Madison have designed a powerful analytical tool capable of measuring molecular structures quickly and accurately enough to catch moving proteins in mid-fold and see the shapes of intermediate steps. And what has the chemists really excited, is that the first applications of the technique o...

New Electro-chemical Biosensor to Check Food Contamination

... out measurements in the field, the biosensors are analytical tools which have numerous applications in the agro food industry, and can be used as an alarm for the rapid detection of 'risk' of contamination in practices based on Risk and Critical Control Point Analysis, Pividori said. The findings of the stud...

IDRI and Chembio to Develop Tests for Leishmaniasis and Leprosy

...rst quarter of 2007, Chembio demonstrated superior analytical sensitivity on certain well-characterized samples from patients with these diseases. These studies resulted in the decision by Chembio and IDRI to enter into two Cooperative Research and Development Agreements to further their joint efforts. IDRI, ...

A Sweet Step Toward New Cancer Therapies

...s, a technique developed by University of Michigan analytical chemist Kristina Hakansson sets the stage// for ne...een to characterize these glycans, but traditional analytical methods have not been sufficient.Now, Hakansson's research group has demonstrated that their techniq...

Time to Overhaul Australia's Medicines Safety Surveillance System

...ug studies, and commissioned Australian controlled analytical studies using the linked databases,” Assoc Prof Kelman said. “Provisional approval could be upgraded once significant market experience is gained; for example, a medicine could be given a ‘gold’ safety rating after achieving an agreedbenchmark.” ...

Epigenetics to Shape Stem Cell Future

...ed that new high-throughput approaches and refined analytical techniques promise to fill in some big gaps in understanding how epigenetic tags define a stem cell and how they can be manipulated. With this knowledge on board, researchers will be boosting the odds that one day stem cell therapies will reach the c...

A New Two-gene Test to Discern Similar Gastrointestinal Cancers

...rsity of Texas M. D. Anderson Cancer Center. The analytical technique employed to tell gastrointestinal stroma...sion in 68 GIST or LMS tumors, but then applied an analytical twist. Rather than identifying multiple genes that might distinguish each type of cancer, the resear...

How Bacteria Generate Energy to Live?

...methods — to modify the enzyme structure — with an analytical technique known as Electron Paramagnetic Resonance Spectroscopy, which observes electron spin, she and her co-worker Mark Nilges at the University of Illinois analyzed the properties of the flavin molecules, and mapped these functional properties to ...

Potential Key to Brain Blood-Flow Disorders Explored by Scientists

...f the brain are engaged by every activity, such as analytical thought, piano playing, seeing, hearing, walking, and these regions then require a rapid elevation of blood flow to meet the increased metabolic needs of the relevant brain cells (neurons). Though this cellular activity can be visualized in modern-da...

Research on to Find Link Between Airborne Pollutants and Respiratory Illness

...nd Analytical Cores. Much of the computational and analytical work will be conducted in the CARES laboratories o...r group will be the development and application of analytical methods to identify the reactive oxygen compounds associated with particles," Hopke explains. These ...

Detection of Neurological Disorder is Just a Sniff Away!!

... which is the portion of the brain responsible for analytical skill and the persons emotions. Professor Pantelis said, "What we're finding is that individuals before the onset of psychotic illness show a loss of brain matter in that very region that is relevant to smell." "So with that knowledge, when we com...

Tougher Fiber Dental ‘bridges’ for a Brighter Smie

...tion, crown, or bridge, and this study provides an analytical standard with which all composites should be evaluated in the future.' The three products tested were a 3-millimeter-wide ribbon of unidirectional glass fibers, a 3-millimeter-wide ribbon of polyethylene fibers woven in a figure-8 stop-stitch len...

An Infectious Agent of Deception, Exposed Through Proteomics

... functions. Applying the high-volume sorting and analytical power of proteomics—a detailed survey of microbial proteins present in the 24 hours that follow mouse-macrophage infection—a team led by Liang Shi of the Department of Energy’s Pacific Northwest National Laboratory in Richland, Wash., has turned up a...

Salmonella Bacteria Are Deceptive

... functions. Applying the high-volume sorting and analytical power of proteomics--a detailed survey of microbial proteins present in the 24 hours that follow mouse-macrophage infection--a team led by Liang Shi of the Department of Energy's Pacific Northwest National Laboratory has turned up a suspect protein. ...

Biomarkers Predicting Mortality Found Using Statistical Technique

... interacting predictors of an outcome, as a useful analytical tool for addressing research questions in the biomedical sciences. Using recursive partitioning, they found that combinations of neuroendocrine and immune markers frequently appeared in high-risk male pathways, while systolic blood pressure was prese...

Researchers Find Mix of Biomarkers Predicting Mortality

... interacting predictors of an outcome, as a useful analytical tool for addressing research questions in the biomedical sciences. Using recursive partitioning, they found that combinations of neuroendocrine and immune markers frequently appeared in high-risk male pathways, while systolic blood pressure was prese...

High -tech Mitochondrial DNA Sequencing Tool Updated

With the increase of analytical capabilities of high-tech laboratory tools, like computers, their updating is often conducted publicly . NIH grantees report they have// developed a second generation "lab on a silicon chip" called the MitoChip v2.0 that for the first time rapidly an...

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