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Potential Cure for HIV Discovered

...fficult, among these is that the enzyme would need efficient and safe means of delivery and would have to be able to function without adverse side effects," wrote lead author Indrani Sarkar of the Max Planck Institute for Molecular Cell Biology and Genetics in Dresden. "Nevertheless the results we present of...

Kalam Urges for Using Tele-radiology to Help Rural Poor

...troduction of tele-radiology would not only enable efficient utilisation of this scarce expertise but also enable training and continuing education of radiologists throughout the country. "This can significantly improve access to imaging experts for needy patients living in remote or rural areas and also ena...

Alteon Initiates Phase 2 Trial of ALT-2074 in Diabetes and Haptoglobin 2-2

...g diabetes, Alteon believes that it can advance an efficient clinical development program in which a more appropriately targeted therapy is given to a more susceptible patient population....

"Decryption" of Enzyme's Functions Paves Way for Future Drug Discovery

...rom its structure, a breakthrough that may open an efficient route to drug discovery. Led by UCSF's Brian Shoichet, Steven Almo of the Albert Einstein College of Medicine, and Frank Raushel of Texas A and M, the study offers a solution to the puzzle that hinders drug discovery, as many of the most successfu...

Junior Doctors Facing More Misery Because of Contract Deadlock: BMA

... meet targets, reduce waiting lists and ensure the efficient delivery of good quality patient care and will feel betrayed by the government. For a government intent on modernising the NHS and driving up standards, creating thousands of disaffected demoralised doctors does not seem sensible. Dr Jo Hilborne, ...

Indoor Air Pollution Biggest Health Threat

...olid fuels needs to be replaced with much cleaner, efficient fuels. Biogas, LPG, Kerosene are some of the cleaner fuel that could be used to reduce the air pollution....

Three Steps To Better Health Care

...ding quality health services that are economically efficient often ends in the blame game between Federal and State Governments, and public and private health care systems, they say. In their editorial for the Medical Journal of Australia, Ms Laurann Yen, Visiting Fellow with the Menzies Centre for Health P...

Health Budget Must Focus On Access To Medical Services, Fitness And Nutrition

...ee a restructuring of Medicare items to allow more efficient use of the specialised services in geriatrics, general medicine, renal medicine, paediatrics, rheumatology, haematology, endocrinology, respiratory medicine, and cancer medicine - all of which are experiencing workforce shortages at a time of increas...

Cancer Cells Reprogram Energy Needs To Grow And Spread

... energy. Instead, the cancer cells use the less efficient process of fermentation, which generates less ener...g advantage to cancer cells to stop using a highly efficient process in favor of one that generates much less energy, says Gregg Semenza, M.D., Ph.D., professor...

DNA Repair Proteins Monitored at Double-strand Break

... "Prior to this work, there was no practical and efficient way to find and study the DNA repair proteins that organize themselves on and around a double-strand break in human cells," said Michael Kastan, M.D., Ph.D., St. Jude Cancer Center director. "Our approach solved that problem and allowed us to documen...

Deforestation Plays a Critical Role in Climate Change: Study

... the end of the century, although they became less efficient at higher temperatures. The new body of information shows considerable value in preserving tropical forests such as those in the Amazon and Indonesia as carbon sinks, that they do not release the carbon back into the atmosphere as has been suggeste...

Patients Affected by Parkinsons may Be Benefited from Treadmill Exercise

...ercise in Parkinson's Disease may be due to a more efficient use of dopamine," says first study author Dr. Giselle Petzinger, Assistant Professor of Neurology. "Surviving dopamine cells in our animal models- made to simulate what Parkinson's patients suffer with- subjected to intensive treadmill exercise ap...

Genome of Botulism Bacterium Revealed

...essor Minton explains. "We have developed a highly efficient system, the ClosTron, with which we have, in a few months, knocked out over 30 genes in four different clostridial species, including eight in C. botulinum. The availability of this tool should revolutionise functional genomic studies in clostridia."...

Scientists Identify Four Genes That Raise the Risk of Breast Cancer

... we have trawled the pool. This is not only a more efficient approach, it gets round the bias of previous studies in which scientists only examined genes they already knew something about," he added. Although the genes identified in the latest research present a comparatively small-added risk of cancer devel...

PM to Convene NDC Meet to Discuss Healthcare

...adequate attention to healthcare issues and ensure efficient functioning of public health services, according to an official release. The prime minister said there was need for greater investment in medical education, including nursing, especially in states where there is an acute shortage of seats in nursin...

Robotic Surgery A Cutting Edge in Medical Field

...g telesurgery, which holds the promise of many new efficient and cost-effective ways of providing advanced healthcare services, said project leader Reiza Rayman....

Prison Healthcare Under Strain as Overcrowding Crisis Worsens, Warns BMA

... to another without warning and that there are few efficient mechanisms in place to transfer health information or records. In the short term this bleak picture places vulnerable prisoners at risk from serious complications because their conditions are not being assessed immediately and treated adequately. I...

Export of Herbal Products to Reach Rs.120 Billion by 2012: Study

...e post harvesting of herbs and create agencies for efficient marketing of the herbal potential through scientific channels of communication....

New Balloon Catheter Available Worldwide for Carotid and Renal Angioplasty

...ed pushability and lower profile enabled rapid and efficient treatment of the lesion." The AVIATOR(TM) Plus draws on the innovative delivery technology of the AVIATOR(TM) Catheter, first launched by Cordis Endovascular in the United States in 2002. As with other Cordis Endovascular percutaneous transluminal ...

Why We Feel a Sense of Dj Vu

...chieve this, our nervous system must employ highly efficient ways of rapidly recognising and learning important changes in our environment, Dr Jones said. "This paper demonstrates that a particular protein signalling molecule (the NMDA receptor) in a particular network of brain neurons (the dentate granule c...

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