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Insights into Acute Promyelocytic Leukemia

...ocytic leukemia (APL) and identifies promising new avenues to develop treatments for some of its variant form...s not only identify the key elements and potential avenues for therapeutic targeting of RARA-mediated leukemia but also shed light on oligomeric transformation...

Understanding HIV Interference With Infected Cell Division

...ism by which it affects cell division may open new avenues for therapeutic intervention against HIV....

Haneefs Visa Revoked by Australia

...il the finalization of his trial. Haneef has two avenues of appeal against these migration decisions. First...gal grounds. But his chances under both of those avenues are made harder because Andrews has invoked a special "national interest" element of the section 501...

Boffins a Step Closer to Solving Puzzle of Lou Gehrig's Disease

...g work against these and other diseases" These are avenues for further investigation by researchers. When Valentine first began working on copper-zinc superoxide dismutase, she was not a biochemist but a biological inorganic chemist and hardly knew what ALS was. She was interested in the enzyme, which is u...

One-third of US Teen Netizens are Victims of Cyber-bullying

...lso found that the websites themselves offered new avenues for bullies. "There's this boy in my anatomy class who everybody hates and some girl started up this I Hate [Name] MySpace thing. So everybody in school goes on it to say bad things about this boy," the BBC quoted a 16-year-old girl as saying. ...

Slowing the Racing Heart

... mechanism for slowing the heartbeat may offer new avenues of diagnosis, drug design and treatment of many common heart diseases," said Solaro. "Further, now that we know something of how this enzyme works in the pacemaker cell, we may discover it is involved in the regulation of other processes, particula...

New Cancer Therapy That can Be Less Painful

...en around for a while and there are many different avenues that have been tested. "This one looks like an interesting and promising one. "I particularly like the fact that these mini-cells, as they call them, seem to be swallowed up by the cancer cells and taken inside the cancer cells, because that is i...

Slowing the Racing Heart

... mechanism for slowing the heartbeat may offer new avenues of diagnosis, drug design and treatment of many common heart diseases," said Solaro. "Further, now that we know something of how this enzyme works in the pacemaker cell, we may discover it is involved in the regulation of other processes, particul...

Medical Marijuana Activist Drops Lawsuit

... and one of her attorneys, said Thursday the legal avenues left to them "did not look fruitful. It's a sorry commentary that right now we simply cannot depend on the courts to uphold fundamental rights, even the right to life." Rob Kampia, executive director of the Marijuana Policy Project in Washington, D...

Researchers Identify the Gene Mutation That Raises Breast Cancer Risk

...group of researchers. "This finding opens up new avenues of research into the causes and prevention of breast cancer by identifying a new biological pathway relevant to risk of the disease," says David Hunter of the Harvard School of Public Health in Boston, Massachusetts, US, who contributed to both new s...

Neural Basis of Anxiety: Newer Insights

... neural basis of anxiety disorders and open up new avenues for therapies....

Scientists Discover How HIV Escapes Cells

...ng of normal human biology as well as identify new avenues in the fight against human disease, Gould says....

Developing Antimetastasis Therapy- An Early Stage of Tumor Control.

...tional lymphatics. This research could open new avenues for combating metastasis, says Swartz. 'It implies that if a lymphatic was blocked, tumor cells would be less attracted to it. This means that tumor cells 'know' which lymphatic vessels will be more effective routes for dissemination,' she explains. ...

Stress- Harms Now And Later

...esearchers. "It (the research) could open up new avenues for strategies to delay the symptoms of this disease," says Wilson....

Women More Vulnerable to Multiple Sclerosis, Research Shows

...release. "At this point we are just speculating on avenues of research that could be pursued." MS rates are highest among people living farthest from the equator, leading to speculation that vitamin D deficiency due to low sun exposure contributes to the disease. Gary Birnbaum, director of the Multiple ...

Cancer Time Bomb Threatening Economic Infrastructure

...the disease, it would be better to look into other avenues to prevent such diseases. Anti tobacco campaigns, methods to decrease obesity among the population, campaigns to increase exercise and eat more healthy food like fruits and vegetables. “These seem simple things, but they would eradicate a vast propor...

Indian Healthcare Sector Will Grow Faster, Says Federal Minister

...faster than what has been the case so far//. New avenues of opportunity within healthcare itself could open up as the sector emerges as a significant growth driver, the minister said while addressing medical and public health students and researchers at the Boston University in the US. During 2002, India...

Immunotherapy Does Not Prolong Life When Skin Cancer Spreads

...ogy and the carcinogenesis of melanoma as possible avenues for new treatment in the future. SRM...

Bring on the ‘Santa Clauses

...ich the author believes can be used to open up new avenues in the prevention and treatment of depression. At the same time, Mukamal has cautioned that his study findings do not extend to women. Apart from differences in the way hormones play based on gender, the female sex he says, will be subjected to ...

Diminishing Differences and Empowering Eves

...ferences on a global scale. There are many more avenues that need to be addressed in an earnest fashion. Screening for various cancers such as those of the breast and cervix, should be universally made mandatory . Protecting the girl-child from societal evils should be another primary concern. Preven...

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(Date:4/15/2014)... Biologists at UC San Diego have succeeded in ... hormone responsible for growth and resistance to drought. ... studies to determine how the hormone helps plants ... by the continuing increase in the atmosphere,s carbon ... achievement appears in the April 15 issue of ...
(Date:4/15/2014)... Looking at the question of how social behavior has ... universities in Mainz and Basel have gained new insights ... simply compete for food. Rather the siblings share what ... absent," explained Dr. Jol Meunier of the Evolutionary Biology ... University of Mainz (JGU). The team of biologists from ...
(Date:4/15/2014)... (April 15, 2014) The American Association of Anatomists ... All awards will be presented during the Closing ... Hotel on Tuesday, April 29th at 7:30 p.m. during ... , The 2014 award winners are: , ... PhD, of the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount ...
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