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Scientists Map Key Landmarks in Human Genome

...ese factors can't bind to a stretch of DNA that is bound by a nucleosome; they can, however, attach to DNA "linkers" between two nucleosomes. With their new method, Fisher's group found that transcription factor binding indeed typically occurs in the "linker" regions in between nucleosomes, rather than in ...

When Epilepsy Patients Play Soothsayers

...tients could accurately predict when a seizure was bound to occur. The findings were published in Neurology, the scientific journal of the American Academy of Neurology by lead author Sheryl Haut. Haut's team studied 71 adult patients with epilepsy who had at least one seizure in the last 12 months. The...

Kenya: Alert As Virus Leaps Over Buffer Zone

...he vaccine "because the problem occurs here and is bound to recur." Locally, the vaccine is developed at the Kenya Veterinary Vaccine Production Institute, Kabete, but the supplies cannot meet the current demand. "It is ironic that we have to import vaccines from countries that acquired the technology fr...

How Ion Channels are Organized to Control Nerve Cell Communication?

...und that the receptor and G protein are physically bound together in a complex, allowing the process to be finely tuned. When the receptor receives a chemical message from the neurotransmitter, it is already hooked up to the correct G protein. After being activated by the receptor, the G protein changes sh...

Anemia Drugs to Be Taken With Caution

...s drug if used within the specified indications is bound to be safe. Generally EPO drugs are meant for people undertaking chemotherapy or radiation. But as per Amgen, this drug has also been prescribed for patients who are not undergoing chemotherapy or radiation. Hence clear information on the condit...

Study Urges Doctors to Go Easy on Antibiotics

...thills Medical Centre in Calgary. This study is bound to provide much encouragement to infection control experts who have been campaigning for years to get doctors to cut back on antibiotic use, out of a fear that resistance is increasing at such a rate as to threaten the continued usefulness of these d...

Pregnancy Hormone Offers Hope to MS Patients

In a study bound to raise hope in Multiple Sclerosis (MS) patients, researchers have reported significant changes in MS symptoms of mice//, administered with pregnancy hormone prolactin. Multiple Sclerosis causes the body's immune system to attack the protective ...

Human Genetic Code for ALS Identified

...LS genes. “If you roll dice 555,352 times, you are bound to get lucky by chance alone on some of those throws,” he says. “The next step is to go back and figure out which of these ‘hits’ are real and which are false.” Thousands of other SNPs were more weakly associated with ALS, some of which could turn ...

Discovery Leads to Way to Curb Anthrax Effect

...r is safely stored, with a small amount in transit bound to a protein called transferrin. Pathogenic bacter...ed in anthrax by the UMC group. Petrobactin is not bound by host siderocalin so its iron gathering ability isn’t stopped by the body’s production of sideroca...

Pigs Arrive at Bio-secure Center

...ks, strokes and kidney failure." The project is bound to raise hopes for diabetics round the world. ANN ...

Natural Milk Protein Could Lead to Super Nutritious Foods

...sein. When vitamin D was added to the solution, it bound to the casein. And when calcium and phosphate – in the amounts normally found in milk – were added to the now vitamin D-enriched casein, the proteins reorganized into micelles very similar to those found naturally in milk. The difference: they were n...

Sops For Remote Area Dentists

...me and area. Hence this sort of extra allowance is bound to lure talents to achieve complete dental care to the backward areas. JYT...

Research Improves Kidney Transplant Chances for Sensitized Patients

...binant DNA technology. Different HLA molecules are bound onto different antigen beads. The beads are mixed with the recipient's blood and placed in a flow cytometer. A laser reads which antibodies, if any, are attached to the HLA molecules on the beads. A computer collects and organizes the results. Whi...

Nepal to Introduce Art of Living for Golfers

...inks with his bodyguards, the question everyone is bound to ask is: will he too enrol for the camp? Source-IANS...

Gene Hunters at Johns Hopkins Close In On Lou Gehrig's Disease

...LS genes. 'If you roll dice 555,352 times, you are bound to get lucky by chance alone on some of those throws,' he said. 'The next step is to go back and figure out which of these 'hits' are real and which are false.' Thousands of other SNPs were more weakly associated with ALS, some of which could turn ou...

Fired HIV-infected Soldiers to Get Back Their Jobs

Mexico City- Mexico's Defense Services will be bound by a Supreme Court order that will require them to re-instate HIV-infected// soldiers who were fired due to their health condition. Last week the Supreme Court enforced that the armed forces cannot discharge soldiers and naval officers with HIV or ...

Quality of Childcare Program Affects Language Development

... types of negative words used; number and types of bound morphemes (prefixes and suffixes such as –s, ing, -ed, -er, and pre-); average number of words used per utterance; and number and variety of words. Because frequent ear infections might impact language delay, children were examined weekly by a pedi...

Light-activated Compound May Be of Help for Epileptics in Future

...hether any of them can create the same effect when bound to the steroid. Source-Newswise SRM...

Light Could Detect Bacteria Faster

...cially designed molecules emit a light signal when bound to bacteria. The kit, which could be available in three years, could also be used to detect the deliberate release of bacteria, for example in an anthrax attack. Source-IANS...

NHS Leaner by 11000 Employees

...force.” According to him, the adopted measures are bound to negatively impact patients and services. While reiterating that the numbers, spanning the whole of UK are only an estimation, the Department of Health spokesman said "We must get this in context, there are 1.36 million staff working in the NHS, ...

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