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Human Antibody That Can Block SARS

...cells. An antibody is a special blood protein that defends against bacteria, viruses, and other substances that enter the body. Researchers say the 80R antibody potently blocked live SARS viruses from entering cultured human cells. Researchers say the 80R antibody could be tested in humans and may lead to th...

Low-fat dairy products may lower the risk of type 2 diabetes in men

...tion of Dairyproducts, especially the low fat type defends againsttype 2 diabetes....

Dairy products Defends Diabetes

...ion of Dairy products, especially the low fat type defends against type II diabetes....

French and wine: inseparable and just perfect?

...even benefits." The government on the other hand defends its stand citing the health of the general public at hand. Whatever the outcome of the issue it certainly has created lot of fizz. ...

Self-defense Mechanism of food borne bugs found

...found a mechanism by which the pathogenic bacteria defends itself from the defense mechanism of the host. //The researchers have reported the results of their research in the Journal Nature. Pathogenic bacteria cause food borne illness by producing toxins in the food and these toxins, which enters with th...

Virus Implicated In Prostate Cancer Using "Virus Chip"

...st gene to be implicated in this was RNASEL, which defends against viruses. Scientists have often thought that some sort of mutation in this gene could render the body vulnerable to prostate cancer. "The power of the virus chip resides in its ability to simultaneously screen for all viruses, without preconce...

Online recruitment criticised by doctors

...ter, angry and demoralised. Department of Health defends the system saying that it "reduces waste and bureaucracy". In this system students are required to apply online for a two-year foundation training course in hospitals after completing five years of medical training. They have to fill up six section...

Too Much PC Gaming Makes Children Lonely and Sick

...s the issue, but avoid accusations. If the child defends the computer at all costs, then that should serve as another warning bell, says Martin Zobel. The parents should nevertheless not simply take away the games or the computer. 'General bans achieve nothing,' Grosch says. He advises parents to take a ...

Weird Protein Puzzles Researchers

... of the peptides. The immune system essentially defends the body from invading cells, as soon as it senses the alien peptides on the surface of the cells. Similarly, the peptides present on the surface of a developing cancer alert the immune system, which permits the production of antigens from one singl...

President of an African Nation Claims Herbal Cure for AIDS, Experts Skeptical

...ed physician with multiple medical degrees. But he defends the president’s herbal cure. "I can swear, 100 percent, that this herbal medication His Excellency is using is working. It has the potency to treat and cure patients infected with the HIV-virus," he has said. But so far Gambia has refused to all...

Alcoholics by All Means Should Avoid Stress During Early Abstinence

...itary-adrenal (HPA) axis is a hormonal system that defends against stress, starvation and illnesses//. New findings of alterations in adrenocorticotropic hormone (ACTH) and cortisol secretion in alcoholic patients, which reflect changes in the HPA axis, prompt recommendations that alcoholics avoid excessive ...

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(Date:7/11/2014)... 2014---A team of researchers from The Chinese University of ... gene of wild soybean linked to salt tolerance, with ... saline soil. This study published online in Nature ... genomic information for crop improvement. , Soybean is an ... human selection, cultivated soybeans have less genetic diversities than ...
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