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Genetic failure in cloned animals

...dvanced Cell Technology of Worcester, Mass., which conducts reproductive cloning in animals, also concurred. The new study is "further scientific grounds to ban all human reproductive cloning," he told UPI. "This definitely raises a red flag for anybody who would want to use cloning for reproducing humans." ...

US Kidney Failure Rates show Stabilization After 20-Year Climb

..., part of the National Institutes of Health (NIH), conducts and supports research and education programs on kidney disease and diabetes, among others. Learn more about NIDDK programs and diseases at www.niddk.nih.gov. ...

Embryonic Genetic Testing Is Boosting IVF Pregnancies

...irector of Genetic Health Services Victoria, which conducts pre-natal testing, said it was unlikely parents would be allowed to use PGD to choose their child's physical characteristics. She could not see infertility regulators allowing such social engineering. In theory, anything for which you could do a gene...

Malachite green adulteration in seafood exports

...g and surveillance of adulteration of seafood. EIA conducts monthly inspection of the aquaculture ponds and each batch of frozen seafood products before exporting to other countries. Malachite green and microbial contamination is tested by EIA laboratories before certifying the product for export. Malachite...

Global Seagrass Decline Affects Shallow-water Ecosystems

...n Atlantic, for more than 20 years. While he still conducts research at UNH’s Jackson Estuarine Laboratory on the Great Bay Estuary in Durham, he also collaborates with teams of researchers to monitor seagrass health at 45 sites in 17 countries worldwide. From the Hudson Bay, where the Cree Nation enlisted ...

Save Budhia - The Indian Wonder Kid

...mething different to say. 'A team of three doctors conducts regular check-ups on Budhia to find out if anything is wrong with him. I don't know why these people are so concerned.' The child is said to have been saved by the coach, after his mother sold him to another man for a sum of 800 rupees. Amazed by his...

Search for an Effective and Safe Hepatitis C Vaccine

...icine trains physicians and biomedical scientists, conducts medical research and provides health services on a local, national and international level. Source: Newswis...

Clue to Link Between Obesity and Long-Term Memory Discovered

...icine trains physicians and biomedical scientists, conducts medical research, and provides health services on a local, national and international level. Source: Newswise...

ICAR develops bird flu vaccine

... this is the only place in the whole of India that conducts tests for the H5N1 strain of bird flu. ICAR Director General Mangala Rai said, "Viral diseases, such as the Avian Influenza, do not recognize boundaries, and the development of the indigenous vaccine will go a long way in tackling bird flu effecti...

Researchers have Developed Anti-wrinkle Cream From Camel's Milk

...ts were obtained from the trials, he added. NRCC conducts basic and applied research for the improvement of the animal that is known as the "ship of the desert" and is the mainstay of the people in the state. Over the years, NRCC has developed excellent laboratory facilities and infrastructure. Elite bre...

NCFAD Nominated As Reference Laboratory for Bird Flu and BSE

...n Science Centre for Human and Animal Health which conducts experiments and research to diagnose diseases such as BSE and avian flu that can threaten both human and animal health. ...

Latest Enhancements to the Free Access Grid Toolkit Now Available

...t national laboratory, Argonne National Laboratory conducts basic and applied scientific research across a wide spectrum of disciplines, ranging from high-energy physics to climatology and biotechnology. Since 1990, Argonne has worked with more than 600 companies and numerous federal agencies and other organi...

Doctors Unaware If Pediatric Dosages Are Safe

... of competing generic drugs -- if the manufacturer conducts FDA-requested trials on its use in children. The researchers looked at how often the results of such studies were published in peer-reviewed scientific journals, often cited as among the most effective ways to communicate information to the medical...

Keralites Have a Weak Heart: Cardiologist

...cardiologist, who heads the SUT Hospital here that conducts around 20 by-pass surgeries a month. Studies have shown that in Kerala, the average age of a person likely to have a heart attack is 45, while it is 55 in the country, the cardiologist said. Keralites also risk heart attack more than other India...

Thalassemic patient is now HIV positive due to faulty Diagnostic kit…

...ients coming to the hematology department and also conducts HIV tests on them. "It is likely that she got infected blood at least two months before the test was conducted," said Sailen Ghosh, society's secretary. In no time Shampa's world fell apart. "I knew that I was a thalassemic but never could I imagin...

Joslin Diabetes Center Launches Veraxa Health

...treo-retinal procedures. The Beetham Eye Institute conducts a wide range of research programs to develop better means of identifying the causes of diabetic eye disease and to develop and test treatments to lessen the risks of visual loss. Founded in 1898 by a single physician, Elliott P. Joslin, M.D., Josli...

Blame Myelin for Many Neuropsychiatric Disorders

...fat that coats a neuron’s axon — a long fiber that conducts the neuron’s electrical impulses — is akin to the wrapping around an electrical wire, protecting and fostering efficient signaling. But the research of UCLA neurology professor George Bartzokis, M.D., has already shown that myelin problems are implic...

Is Workers’ Comp. Settlements for Back Pain Fair

...ool educates physicians and biomedical scientists, conducts medical research, and provides health care on a local, national and international level. Research at the school seeks new cures and treatments in five key areas: cancer, liver disease, heart/lung disease, aging and brain disease, and infectious disea...

New Strategy for the Treatment of CML

...rts. Working with all kinds of cancers, the Center conducts basic, translational and clinical cancer research, provides state-of-the-art treatments and clinical trials, and promotes cancer prevention and education. Since 1974, Massey has served as an internationally recognized center of excellence. It offer...

Scientists Map Key Landmarks in Human Genome

...professor of pediatrics at Harvard Medical School, conducts basic research on gene mutations involved in the deadly skin cancer. He said the work that led to the current paper began when his lab was studying the protein, MITF, made by one of these genes, which influences the expression of other genes. "We w...

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