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An Offbeat Suit With Electronic Monitor

...puter identifies, for example, that hanger 123 has coat 45 on it, which has stored heart monitoring data that needs to be downloaded and the hanger recharged, he said. Garments with communication technology only and a wireless connection enable users to access heart monitoring through a simple blue toot...

An Electronic Shirt That Monitors Your Hearts Health

...puter identifies, for example, that hanger 123 has coat 45 on it, which has stored heart monitoring data that needs to be downloaded and the hanger recharged, he said. According to him, garments with communication technology only and a wireless connection enables users to access heart monitoring through...

Neurological Disorder Gene Identified

...to offspring with a strange, wobbly gait and light coat color. The offspring quickly developed signs of severe central nervous system degeneration and peripheral neuropathy and died. The team named the strain pale tremor mice for their lack of normal pigment and the severe trembling they developed soon ...

Lets Care For Our Physicians A Salute to Them on Doctors Day!

...stands testimony to Indias brilliant team of white coat individuals. Today, July 1st, is celebrated in India as Doctors day. This is also the birth anniversary of the exemplary physician the world knows as Dr B.C Roy, who has left his footprints on the sands of time. His dedication to the poor is a bea...

Vaginal Lubricants can Reduce Cervical Cancer Risk

...ng an HPV 'pseudovirus' which had the same protein coat as HPV but a different genome, and could replicate in cell cultures. The pseudovirus was also marked with a fluorescent tag, which enabled scientists to follow the growth of infection. "The pseudovirus mimics the initial phases of infection well...

Scientists Discover Rare gene-for-gene Interaction That Helps Bacteria Kill Their Host

...kill bacteria and then encapsulate them in a dense coat of black pigment called melanin. The researchers found that Photorhabdus produces a special phenoloxidase inhibitor to protect itself against this particular defence. They identified the inhibitor as a small molecule called 1,3-dihydroxy-2-(isopr...

Brains White Matter: More Talkative Than Once Thought

...emselves around and insulate nerves with a whitish coat of protective myelin. The immature cells simply hang around and divide very slowly, waiting to be spurred into action. To learn more about OPCs that reside in the brains white matter, the Johns Hopkins researchers measured activity from individual ...

Japanese Flower Art Helps Calm a Frantic Moscow

...e of everyday objects: from nails to multicoloured coat buttons. With a curriculum controlled from Tokyo, the school today boasts 200 pupils in Moscow. Olga also travels across Russia, where followers of the discipline are relatively young, often decorators keen to improve their skills. Her colleague f...

Scientists Discover Rare ‘gene-for-gene’ Interaction That Helps Bacteria Kill Their Hot

...kill bacteria and then encapsulate them in a dense coat of black pigment called melanin. The researchers found that Photorhabdus produces a special phenoloxidase inhibitor to protect itself against this particular defence. They identified the inhibitor as a small molecule called 1,3-dihydroxy-2-(isopr...

Botox at Your Own Risk?

... set up shop in the local high street, don a white coat and start offering dermal fillers or arrange Botox parties. If we - the industry - don't step in, these procedures will be less regulated than ear piercing." Lord Hunt, the Health minister, did not budge an inch. He confirmed that self-regulation m...

Copper Alloys Surfaces Touted As Pathogen Killers

...ons when deciding on the mix of metals they use to coat the insides of their cooking surfaces, thus providing processors with a better means of eliminating E coli contamination in their products. E. Coli O157:H7 is a harmful bacterium primarily found in raw and undercooked ground beef or foods that come i...

Insulin Tablets-No More Injections

...itosan derived from shrimps, crabs or lobsters, to coat insulin. These were then made into very tiny nanoparticles. The chitosan -shelled insulin was found to escape attack by stomach acids and the particles were very tiny enough to be absorbed into the blood, by cells lining the small intestines. Redu...

Molecular Anatomy of Influenza Virus Detailed

...from other viruses; poliovirus, for example, has a coat that is identical in each virus particle, allowing it to be studied by crystallography. The research team used electron tomography (ET) to make its discovery. ET is a novel, three-dimensional imaging method based on the same principle as the well-...

Improved Wheats Could Reduce Magnesium Deficiencies: Research

...ins and the loss of the magnesium in grains' outer coat (bran) that's removed during processing reduce the amount available in the diet. Magnesium isn't usually added to refined flours, so breeding wheat varieties that could add magnesium to American diets would be a natural way to reinforce flours. ...

Durable Critters Provides Better Way to Human Egg Preservation

... A major problem is the protective, exterior jelly coat of an egg doesn’t freeze well. The jelly coat protects the egg from mechanical stress and serves as a receptor for sperm. Sperm must pass through ...

A Molecular Condom Against AIDS

...a, will spread and turn into a gel and effectively coat the tissue,” says Patrick Kiser, an assistant professor of bioengineering. “It’s a smart molecular condom because we designed this gel to release anti-HIV drugs when the gel comes into contact with semen during intercourse.” “The ultimate hope for ...

International Collaboration Takes Aim at Rabies

... that would recognize and bind to the rabies virus coat or glycoprotein. The team isolated a series of those antibodies, and tested them against live rabies virus strains in culture. That research found one MAB in particular, now called HuMAB 17 C7, which worked dramatically and broadly. It was tested aga...

U.S. Scientists Discover Better Vaccination Method

...etts Medical School have manipulated the bacterial coat of bacteria such as Y. pestis, which is comprised ...his colleagues developed a Y. pestis strain with a coat that stimulates immune cells in mice, which showed that mice could survive infection with the engine...

Virus Can Mutate lethally With Help Of Carbohydrates

...ating to get a more lethal grip on a cell's sugary coat of carbohydrates, or glycans, as they were studying the Minute Virus of Mice, or MVM. They found that that a single strain of the virus, MVMp is actually a harmless strain that causes no ill-effects even in mice that have no functional immune system,...

Consumers way off the mark in measuring calorie content in fast foods

When the coat of cheese on the pizza melts away in your mouth, you might just get misled about the number of calories that are packed in this delicious spread.// A novel study has served the idea of how people, irrespective of their size, misjudge the calorie cont...

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