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Designer Rats Reveal Possible Heart Disease Genes

...rch (TIGR) is a not-for-profit center dedicated to deciphering and analyzing genomes. Since 1992, TIGR, based in Rockville, Md., has been a genomics leader, conducting research critical to medicine, agriculture, energy, the environment and biodefence....

Australian Snake Venom Can Arrest Bleeding During Surgery And Trauma

...f Technology. The main focus of the study was in deciphering the genetic constitution of Taipan's venom. Liam was involved in the analysis of venom of 8 of Australia's deadliest land snakes (tiger snake, Stephens banded snake, the rough-scaled snake, the mulga, the red bellied black, the common brown and coast...

Decision-Making Enabled By Neurons: Value Assigned To Available Choices.

...n able to pinpoint the neurons that are capable of deciphering the value that people attach// to different items. The activity of these neurons predicts the nature of decision making, when a person needs to choose from an array of items available. To quote the words of Camillo Padoa-Schioppa, PhD, HMS research...

Schizophrenia impairs body language comprehension

...owed that patients with schizophrenia have trouble deciphering emotion from human facial expressions. However, it...mation that is conveyed by the human face and with deciphering socially relevant stimuli that are not conveyed by facial expression," Paradiso said. Whether peop...

Personalized Genetics: Unraveling the Secret Code to Good Health.

...l make-up. //This will be possible by scanning and deciphering the genome, and list out an individual’s complete ...t in the next three years, his lab will enable the deciphering of a genome within one hour , for a cost $US100. 'Some of this information is going to be hard to he...

Computers Assist Breast Cancer Screening

...onal method that harnesses computer technology for deciphering mammograms is about to make the breast cancer screening process speedier//, reliable, and efficient, while also enabling the much needed breathing time for the radiologists. Cancer Research UK has expressed the immense potential of the proposed sys...

Potential Target for Leukemia Treatment

...ment. “We continue to make important progress in deciphering the molecular processes involved in the development and maintenance of the immune and blood system and how disruption of key proteins may contribute to leukemia,” said David A Williams, M.D., Director of Experimental Hematology, Cincinnati Children’s...

Low Health Literacy Interferes with Good Health Care

...using. And most of us can recall having difficulty deciphering health information at one time or another. Whether you have stopped taking a// prescription too soon because you didn’t understand the instructions or whether poor vision prevents you from accurately reading the label on the bottle, low health litera...

Johns Hopkins Computer Scientists Unravel 'Language Of Surgery'

...rgical tasks such as suturing, a key first step in deciphering the language of surgery. The lead author, Johns Hopkins graduate student Henry C. Lin, received the conference award for best student paper. "Now, we're acquiring enough data to go from ‘words' to ‘sentences,'" said Hager, who is deputy director of...

Robotic Model To Teach Surgical Skills

...rgical tasks such as suturing, a key first step in deciphering the language of surgery. The lead author, Johns Hopkins graduate student Henry C. Lin, received the conference award for best student paper. "Now, we're acquiring enough data to go from ‘words' to ‘sentences,'" said Hager, who is deputy director of...

Scientists Observed Live Cell Migration

...y, "Montell says. "Now with real-time movies, were deciphering the nuances behind organized cell movement that should offer opportunities for hopefully regulating the process." Among the nuances identified is that just like migrating geese or a pack of bicyclists, individual border cells in the cluster each ta...

Computerized Doctors Order Reduce Prescription Errors

...or or interview the patient because of problems in deciphering handwriting. Currently, only about 9 percent of hospitals have computerized prescription systems. Some hospitals have stand-alone systems, while others have computerized prescriptions as part of an electronic medical record system. Each year, mor...

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