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Computerized Doctors Order Reduce Prescription Errors

...ake life easier for pharmacists. They dont have to decipher the chicken scratch, said Karl Gumpper, director of the pharmacy informatics and technology section of the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists, based in Bethesda, Md. Pharmacists frequently have to call the prescribing doctor or interview t...

Investigating Coral Reefs to Help Understand Past and Future Climate Change

...e about the natural cycles. This will enable us to decipher between natural changes and whats out of the ordinary, explained Gilbert Camoin, Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS), at the European Geosciences Union (EGU) General Assembly in Vienna in April 2007. The last deglaciation (23,000 6...

Vanishing Honey Bees

...bees. This has made the scientist work overtime to decipher the reason for this. Normal healthy adult bees abandon the hive, queen bee, food and the young. Many years ago it was seen that a mass exodus would leave the hive to be ransacked by honey bees from neighboring colonies. But in the new phenomenon i...

Scientists Explore ‘muscle’ in a New Drug to Assuage Muscular Dystrophy Symptos

...sets about the repair process by enabling cells to decipher anomalies in the genetic code pertaining to a specific protein called dystrophin. This protein is absent in 15% of patients suffering Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy. In mice, the drug assisted in superseding the mutation in the dystrophin gene, which ob...

Are Computer-aided Mammogram Reports Reliable?

...re taken, had adopted computer-aided technology to decipher the mammograms. The study revealed the enormous ...agnosis when computer aided technology was used to decipher mammograms. In the case of human-deciphered mammograms, 98 out of every 1,000 women were mis-diagnos...

Epigenetics to Shape Stem Cell Future

...ased tissue. Before then, it may be necessary// to decipher the epigenetic signals that give stem cells their unique ability to self-renew and transform them into different cell types. The hype over epigenetic research is because it opens up the possibility of reprograming cells. By manipulating epigenetic ...

Read This Now Not Later!

... five, Steel has put up a formula that attempts to decipher procrastination; Desire to Complete Task (U) = Expectation of Success (E) x Value of Completion (V) / Immediacy of Task (I) x Personal Sensitivity to Delay (D), or U=ExV/IxD Overall, more than a quarter of Americans say they procrastinate. Men are ...

Study Explains How NSAIDs Halt Cancer Growth

...rtook a comprehensive review of NSAIDs in order to decipher the precise molecular mechanisms that were at work.” Using whole genome microarray analysis, Libermann and first author Luiz Zerbini, PhD, a researcher in the BIDMC Genomics Center and Instructor of Medicine at HMS, examined more than 20,000 genes ...

Newly Identified Strains Of Chlamydia Trachomatis – A Gateway To New Disease

...in comparison with laboratory reference strains to decipher exactly how different strains cause disease and whether new diseases are emerging as a result of the emergence of new strains. 'Large-scale comparative genomics will be necessary to understand the precise mechanisms underlying Chlamydia trachomatis r...

Potential Target for Leukemia Treatment

... leukemia and lymphoma. Further work is ongoing to decipher the specific mechanism of regulation and the function of RhoH GTPase in the development of white blood cell populations. Source-Newswise SRM...

T-cells Developed from Human Embryonic Stem Cells

...e. These results indicate that it is possible to decipher the signals that control the development of embryonic stem cells into mature T-cells, said study co-author Jerome Zack, associate director of the UCLA AIDS Institute, and professor of medicine and of microbiology, immunology and molecular genetics at...

Protected Environment v/s Unprotected Affect Hygiene Health Immunity

...aid. He now is planning additional studies to help decipher the full role of genetics. Also, his group is planning further studies of the hygiene hypothesis, using the new rodent model to examine other factors that may be contributing to the higher rates of allergy and autoimmune diseases of humans in indu...

Schizophrenia impairs body language comprehension

...ndividuals with schizophrenia could not accurately decipher these emotions. Study participants also viewed still film clips of complex social scenes in which the actors' faces were erased. The participants then viewed the same clips with the faces reinstated. People with schizophrenia did not improve their ...

Cholesterol mystery solved through research mice

... of Medicine developed a breed of research mice to decipher the complexities of cholesterol//. It studies how "good" cholesterol is used by the body to protect against heart attacks and strokes. According to John S. Parks, Ph.D., from Wake Forest University School of Medicine, “Being able to develop drugs...

Gene Bias: Onomastics of Shared Surnames among Men Reveals Genetic links

What’s in a Surname? There’s a lot you can decipher from surnames, especially from those men who share similar surnames. Gender Bias, if you ask me! Or blame it on the Y chromosome that renders maleness // to a Man; researchers, have now unearthed a mysterious link, that traces the branches of a famil...

U.S. launching cancer gene-mapping pilot

...cancer were to form a a dictionary, scientists can decipher only part of the first page.// The U.S. government has set out to begin a $100 million US pilot project to unravel the genetic makeup of cancer, with the idea of speeding the discovery of gene culprits and treatments that are today more a matter o...

Recent Study On Rats May Lead To Future Robotics

...s twitch, a discovery researchers say //could help decipher how the brain controls movement. Eventually this could help scientists develop devices paralyzed people could control, such as robotic arms. Initially researchers say they thought that because the part of the brain that controls movement contains s...

Altitude sickness connected to genes

...t. The authors write, "We did this study to try to decipher the genetic cause of the nitric oxide deficit in patients with HAPE." The gene in question, the endothelial nitric oxide synthase (eNOS) gene, is key in the role of releasing nitric oxide in the blood. The researchers compared the genetic sequence o...

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