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A new century of Alzheimer's disease research

...mer’s is potentially a reversible process: that if deposition of AB is not stopped in time, then it may be possi...id imaging, which can provide a picture of amyloid deposition in the brain. Dr. Jack’s research has formed the basis of a $60 million, five-year grant, funded by ...

Sexual Abuse Payout Re-opens Old Wounds

...ts receive plus reimbursement for expenses such as deposition costs and fees from expert witnesses such as psychiatrists who evaluate a victim's story. Overall, it will amount to hundreds of millions of dollars. In 2003, when lawyers learned the cases would go to mediation, some attorneys decided to make vid...

Desert Droughts Shorten Mountain Snow Cover, Reveals Study

...bout 30 days earlier in 2006 because of heavy dust deposition from the Colorado Plateau roughly 200 miles away. ...led that while just three or four significant dust deposition events occurred annually in the San Juan Mountains between 2003 and 2005, eight occurred in 2006. ...

Experimental Drug Ketasyn(TM) (AC-1202) Treats Alzheimer's as Diabetes of the Brain

... visible decades before there is extensive amyloid deposition and decades before clinical signs of dementia are evident. We hope that our early intervention in this process will have a significant impact on the disease." Accera recently completed Phase IIb clinical trial that confirmed Ketasyn's safety and ef...

Stress Protein Inactivation Cuts Alzheimer's Peptide in Mice

...olated conditions in smaller cages accelerated the deposition of brain plaques and declines in cognitive ability. Since brain plaques are mostly comprised of a peptide known as amyloid beta, the researchers suspected that stress was increasing its levels. In the present study, the scientists used a technique...

GAB2-A New Alzheimers Gene Identified

...esearch community. The researchers believe that deposition of this data set in the public domain will open a new era in Alzheimer research. When a scientist suspects a particular gene or pathway maybe implicated in Alzheimers disease, they will use these data to see if there is genetic evidence supporting th...

Researchers Find New Target to Treat Type 2 Diabetes

...m food as well as from liver resulting in more fat deposition in tissues that increase obesity. As part of the study, researchers conducted experiments on mice to find a direct link between insulin and fat metabolism control. Researchers found that the protein Akt2/PKB adds a phosphate group to its molecula...

Researchers Develop Material That Self Heals Like Human Skin

...h, the scientists built a scaffold using a robotic deposition process called direct-write assembly. The process employed a concentrated polymeric ink, dispensed as a continuous filament, to fabricate a three-dimensional structure, layer by layer. Once the scaffold was produced, it was surrounded with an epoxy...

Human Induced Nitrogen Deposition Increasing Carbon Sequestration in Forests

Human induced nitrogen deposition is indirectly "fertilizing" forests, increasing th... network of forest sites that represented nitrogen deposition in most of Western Europe and continental United States. Till now, it had been difficult to separa...

Hepatic Stellate Cells Found Capable of Tissue Repair

...lular interface to discover how tissues respond to deposition of the fibrous protein, fibrin. In studies of a mouse model with excessive fibrin deposition in the liver, the researchers found that p75NTR signaling promotes the initial activation of HSC, wh...

Cellulose Nanocrystal Research Paves the Way for Newer Vaccines, Computer Inks

.... The ink jet printing allows for a safe method of deposition of the nanocrystals. Source-Eurekalert SA...

Researchers Find Predictor of Mortality in Cardiac Patients

... lower levels of RANTES may simply reflect greater deposition of RANTES on atherosclerotic arteries with less circulating levels available for measurement by routine ELISA testing. Source-Eurekalert...

Shedding Pounds from Diet or Exercise—Take Your Pic

... as estrogen, progesterone and testosterone in fat deposition and loss are not yet understood, but research in this field is advancing rapidly.” The answers to those questions may hold the keys to a healthier life for everyone. Source-Newswise SRM...

New Inhaler is Child's Play

...company. ”In children it is even worse and lung deposition is less than 5 per cent.” In order to combat this dosage variance, Activaero, in collaboration with UK plastics manufacturer RPC Formatec, has developed a device that incorporates a silicone balloon within a transparent plastic chamber, which is u...

Statins Aid Survival in Lung Patients, Say Experts

...the levels of LDL or ‘bad’ cholesterol that induce deposition of fat, in arteries. The drugs have also been shown to help prevent diabetes sufferers and people at high risk of heart disease from having a heart attack or stroke. Pfizer's Lipitor, Merck's Zocor and AstraZeneca's Crestor are among the leading ...

Mercury Contamination (Hotspots) Identified

... methylmercury in some wildlife species. Greater deposition of mercury near areas that are highly sensitive to the element or that are already affected by it could raise the risk to people and wildlife that consume fish. There is reason to believe, however, that lowering emissions can reduce risk: an analy...

New Research Project Underway To Study Causes Of Heart Attack

...tacks is – atherosclerosis - a condition caused by deposition of fatty deposits called plaque on the walls of a coronary artery// until blood flow that supplies the heart is totally blocked. This is not always the cause for having a heart attack. The truth is that severe coronary artery blocks almost always r...

Early Onset of Atherosclerosis Reported in Obese Children

...ses clogging and narrowing of the arteries, due to deposition of substances like fat on their walls. //Over a period of time, the plaque build–up may block the blood flowing in. Such hardening of arteries usually happens in adults. But, Canadian researcher Dr. Sanaz Piran and her colleagues at McMaster Univer...

Rapid Aging of Arteries In People With Advanced Heart Disease

... arteries lose their ability to prevent fatty acid deposition leading to narrowing of arteries and heart attack. The researchers hoped that their findings would open up new avenues in research aimed at preventing heart attacks. Professor of Cardiovascular Sciences, Professor Martin Bennett of the British Hea...

Experiments In Outer Space To Determine single Cell Survival

...ely imaged, says Brinker. "Spin-coating" refers to deposition of the cell slurry on a spinning substrate until dry. From their comfortable "home," the empowered cells can also direct their own landscaping. They can organize metallic nanocrystals added at the cell surface. These may enhance the sensitivity of ...

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