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Specific Protein is Instrumental in Myelination

...hildrens National Medical Center have demonstrated conclusively that a specific protein and its signaling activity are instrumental in myelination and remyelination, processes essential to the creation and repair of the brains white matter. This groundbreaking discovery in mouse models points the way to devel...

Study Confirms No HRT Benefit for Older Women

...authors say that more research is needed to assess conclusively the long term benefits and risks among these women. Those helping women make choices about treatment should consider both the results and limitations of the WHI and WISDOM trials, particularly those women who may be influenced by the timing of init...

Research in the Origin of Microtubules

... function as an MTOC, explained Kaverina. However, conclusively demonstrating this was impossible before the advent of live-cell imaging techniques that could reveal the true origins of these structures. "The Golgi apparatus is very close to the centrosome," said Kaverina. "So if you're not looking at it precisel...

Jury Still Out on Cardiovascular Risk of Using HRT

...fects of HRT on women in early menopause to assess conclusively the cardiovascular risks and benefits of HRT....

Largest Ever Study of Genetics Behind Common Diseases Published

...k collaboration of scientists in Britain has shown conclusively that the new approach of analysing a large subset of genetic variants in large samples of patients and healthy individuals works," says Professor Donnelly. "We are now able to effectively scan most of the common variation in the human genome to lo...

Boffins Identify Fifth Gene Behind Joubert Syndrome

...hat cause JS and cellular structures called cilia, conclusively placing JS in a class of recently identified cilio...s the way for definitive DNA testing that can more conclusively diagnose JS in some patients, and also identify asymptomatic carriers who might unknowingly pass the...

West Wants Developing Countries to Cut Down on Greenhouse Gas Emissions

...ustralia's Great Barrier Reef, and a new study has conclusively linked disease severity to ocean temperature and climate change. It was the European Union that called on developing countries on Tuesday to take immediate steps to reduce greenhouse gases, saying they must stop blaming richer nations for their ow...

Cricket Science and Medicine Congress in Barbados

...een reported * It is not possible for umpires to conclusively detect an illegal delivery with the naked eye. * Umpires would need to be positioned in three places at the same instant to view the full range of elbow extension from arm horizontal to ball release action, to cite if the delivery was incorrect an...

Spirituality Increases as Alcoholics Recover

... belief system. One program that has been shown conclusively to aid alcoholics in achieving and maintaining sobriety is AA, which has spiritual components including invocation of a higher power. The new study, however, shows that the relationship between spirituality and likelihood of recovery was unrelated to...

Pure Gold can Cause Allergy

... cases," Fuchs says. "But they are enough to prove conclusively that there is such a thing as an allergy to gold." The degree of allergy varies. Some people develop dermatitis, also called eczema, from even brief contact with gold items, while others break out only after many years of skin contact with gold. ...

Role of Appetite Hormone MCH in Insulin Production Revealed

A new Joslin Diabetes Center-led study has shown conclusively that a neuropeptide, melanin concentrating hormone (MCH), found in the brain and known for its role in// increasing appetite in people, plays a role in the growth of insulin-producing beta cells and the secretion of insulin. This finding has the pote...

Cure for Most Heart Attacks Is Free, but It's Important to Start Young

...rosclerosis in their arteries. The results show conclusively that the risk factors for adult coronary heart disease are associated with the progression of atherosclerosis beginning in the teen years. The association is so strong and consistent that a causal relationship appears highly likely. These results ind...

Chromium May Help Diabetes, Cholesterol, and Heart Disease

...nt, benefit from chromium supplements has not been conclusively demonstrated.” It’s an invitation for more scienti...nt, benefit from chromium supplements has not been conclusively demonstrated.” It’s an invitation for more scientific study. ? Chromium and weight loss. Despite th...

When the Cup of Wine (alcohol) Revives the Spirit to Live…

...tal injury." Additional research is necessary to conclusively prove that alcohol could be used as a life reviving potion....

Zinc – A New Key Player In Brain Circuitr

...f experiment researchers had not been able to show conclusively that the metal plays a role in normal nerve cell t...lished by Cell Press, Heinrich Betz and colleagues conclusively demonstrate just such a role for zinc. In their experiments, the researchers produced mice harbori...

Whole Wheat, Wholesome for Pregnant Women and Their Offspring

...y fiber and breast cancer, in humans, is yet to be conclusively confirmed. To understand the link better, the researchers fed pregnant rats, a diet containing 6 percent fiber from whole wheat flour, oat flour, defatted flax flour, or cellulose. The offspring of these rats were administered a breast cancer-inducin...

Gene Transfer Using Mutant Form of Good Cholesterol Cuts Vascular Plaque and Inflammation

... do a head-to-head comparison, which allowed us to conclusively ascertain the differences between the two genes. Our study demonstrated that A-I Milano gene transfer is much more effective in reducing plaque and vascular inflammation than the normal (wild type) form of apo A-I,” said Shah, the article’s senior au...

Eye-opener for Stroke Victims Suffering Partial Vision Loss

...to engage in additional rounds of testing to prove conclusively that the device is capable of reviving vision loss in stroke victims....

Orissa to Send Coke, Pepsi Samples for Testing

...irm the presence of pesticides. If the tests prove conclusively that the drinks contain harmful pesticides, the state government may ban products from the two soft drink giants. The New Delhi based Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) had recently announced that dangerous levels of pesticide were found in a...

Gene variants hold clues about vulnerability to cardiovascular disease

...diovascular disease." The profile would not say conclusively whether or not a person would develop coronary heart disease, but could tell individuals whether they are more or less at risk for developing the disease, Gregory said. Source : Eureka Alrt...

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