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Memories Linked To Their Packaging In The Brain

... details, used a particular part of the brain that bound the different details together as a package at the time the event occurred. When this brain region wasn't activated to bind together the details, only some aspects of an event were recalled. The findings appear in the current issue of Neuron. 'This ...

Alternative Splicing - Molecular Cloning

.... When purified Nova was added to the extracts, it bound to the mRNA clusters, altering the outcome of how the splicing machinery was able to assemble in a manner that again conformed to the predictions of the RNA map. In one case, Nova blocked specific components of the splicing machinery; in another it e...

The Anti-HIV Properties Of Green Tea Uncovered

...ism by which EGCG blocks HIV. They found that EGCG bound to the same site as the HIV on the cells it infects. gp 120, a surface protein of HIV , facilitates the release of the virus’ genetic material into the cells through a unique pocket on the cell surface. The study revealed that EGCG binds to the sa...

Kerala nurses for Maldives hospitals

...harge more than Rs.100,000 as charges from a nurse bound for the Middle East, ODEPC collects a very nominal fee. ODEPC is also to get busy recruiting nurses for Kuwait. 'We expect the papers to come from the Kuwaiti government and after that we will start conducting interviews for nurses to Kuwait,' sa...

Hundreds dying in northeast from AIDS

...eastern States of India". "The demand for ART is bound to be high and needs to be addressed." There are no official estimates or studies done to ascertain the number of HIV-positive people not having access to treatment. "In Manipur we provide free ART through our roll out centres to about 2,500 peop...

Are call centers turning a deaf ear to potential acoustic shocks?

...aculty of theirs, gravely. Employers are legally bound by the Control of Noise at Work Regulations Act 2005 that stipulates all call centre hubs to offer protection to their workers from unhealthy noise levels at the workplace. Clearly, there is no allusion to the acoustic shock aspect; as the present la...

Misuse Of Anti-Microbial Drugs Have Given Rise To Multidrug-resistant TB Strains

...uberculosis control programs. Otherwise, XDR-TB is bound to keep emerging as a fatal variant of TB, especially in high HIV-prevalence settings." PRI...

A New System To Regulate Use Of Chemicals

.../ manufacturers. The chemical companies would be bound by law to make use of only safe chemicals for safety of their business. This law aims to make chemicals used in all products ; from cars to clothes safe for users and the environs. The European Parliament has approved this legislation on the use ...

Healthy Potato Chips: A Trans Fat Oil With Health Benefits

...ds” refers to the manner in which carbon atoms are bound together in the oil molecules. Jain adds iodine as a catalyst to destabilize double bonds that connect the carbon atoms. Proctor said energy from the photo irradiation causes those double bonds to shift position, a chemical change that results in the...

Anti Allergy Drugs Reduce Tumor Growth

...ly did. Logsdon then discovered that the drug also bound to S100P. He applied cromolyn to laboratory pancreatic cancer cells, and found that tumor growth was slowed. A larger effect was seen when the chemotherapy agent gemcitabine was combined with cromolyn. Logsdon suspects that cromolyn may have other ...

Glucose Sensor That Controls Glucose Metabolism Identified

...aez and his colleagues discovered was that glucose bound directly to LXR. This was unexpected because the carbohydrate does not conform to the standard definition of a typical ligand that activates nuclear receptors, transcription factors that coordinate gene expression in response to hormonal and environm...

The Best Christmas Gift

... are both doing well as they celebrate Christmas , bound by closer ties. <B...

New Source of Stem Cells Discovered

...the developing embryo, or the baby in the womb, is bound to be followed with bated breath. A team of scientists from Wake Forest University School of Medicine and Harvard Medical School of Medicine has come up with this so-called AFS (amniotic fluid derived) cells. According to them it took seven years...

A Laboratory Filtration System Kills 100 Percent Of Dangerous Microbes In Water

... radicals on the polymer. The free radicals remain bound to the sheet, where they come in contact with bacteria and kill them. The researchers are working to lower the amount of copper in the treated water end product and improving the system's impact on chemical toxins. Shah believes it could be ready f...

Insulin Tablets-No More Injections

...ay be still far from reality, but the very idea is bound to gladden diabetics. Scientists have announced the possibility of administering insulin orally//, instead of the common injections.At, present insulin is given via injections or via inhalation like Exubera, a recent invention. Scientists from Taiwa...

Man Gets Compensation for Psittacosis

...ater died of infection. This illness has totally bound him to a wheel chair now. Initially he found it extremely difficult to walk for even 20 yards. Later this disease has incapacitated him to a larger extent when he could neither drive nor walk. His normal life has come to a standstill. His compensat...

A Shot at the Gun

...quation; more guns, more murders. In a statement bound to raise hackles, researchers// from the Harvard S...rms and homicide rates, proved by the research is bound to pose some tough questions to those who lobby for firearm posession. AN...

Pair Up-Prevent Melanoma

...o train together for skin examination sessions are bound to take the sessions more seriously and do the examination more often. This naturally translates to reduced risks of developing the dreaded melanoma or skin cancer. Persons who perform skin self-examination present for care at an earlier stage in ...

Swimming in Troubled Waters

...This when, inhaled or absorbed through the skin is bound to increase the risk of bladder cancer. The research bases its conclusion on the survey 1,219 men and women with bladder cancer and 1,271 control individuals who did not have the disease. They were quizzed regarding their exposure to chlorinated ...

Britishers Prefer Gambling to Greens

...er of health issues related to problem gamblers is bound to increase with the addition of slot machines everyday. If this trend continues it is sure to have ruinous effect on the society as a whole. JYT...

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