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Natural Selection in Butterflies

... Charlat pointed out that, unlike mutations that govern such traits as wing color or antennae length, a genetic change that affects the sex ratio of a population has a very wide impact on the biology of the species. It is not yet clear whether the suppressor gene emerged from a chance mutation from with...

Beware Weight Loss Drugs, Say Canadian Experts

...t the concern is that there are few regulations to govern this booming industry in Canada and not enough people to enforce the ones that exist. Weight loss is a desperate battle for many of the 20 million overweight and obese Canadians. The struggle to drop pounds often pushes people toward the $40 billio...

Neural Basis of Anxiety: Newer Insights

... and assessing contingencies. Neural circuits that govern fundamental behaviours like fear are often often conserved between species and patient studies suggest a role for the hippocampus in anxiety also in humans. The new insights gained into serotonin signalling via the receptor 1A and the role of the h...

Hot Flashes: Studies Explore the Various Possibilities Involved

...the brain and to the thermoregulatory centers that govern hot flashes.” A third analysis, published in the journal Fertility and Sterility, examined the influence of alcohol consumption on hot flashes in midlife women. This study attempted to explain an earlier finding that moderate alcohol consumption...

A Novel Treatment for KSHV-infected Lymphomas

...roteins, which engage cellular signaling pathways, govern cell proliferation and modulate apoptosis. Majority of the PELs appear to have an intact TP53 gene suggesting that genetic alterations are not selected for during PEL tumorigenesis. The results of this study demonstrate binding of the KSHV latency ...

New Mechanism for Nutrient Uptake Discovered

...Biology have discovered a new way that plant cells govern nutrient// regulation—neighboring pore-like structures at the cell's surface physically interact to control the uptake of a vital nutrient, nitrogen. It is the first time scientists have found that the interaction of neighboring molecules is essentia...

Memory’s Link to Recovering from Addictio

...tion involves many of the same brain circuits that govern learning and memory. Long-term memories are formed by the activity of brain substances called transcription factors. All perceived rewards, including drugs, increase the concentration of transcription factors. So repeatedly taking drugs can change th...

UN Leader to Deliver Speech Against the Spread of HIV/AIDS

...lting from AIDS, brain drain, weakened capacity to govern and recurrent disasters in the region. These countries also suffer from other illnesses, poverty, inappropriate retirement policies, poor educational systems and infrastructure weaknesses. Dr. Msiska will discuss how SACI has come to understand th...

Montreal Researchers And US Develop Model Of Key Immune-System Component

...to better understand the complex interactions that govern the functioning of the phagosome. "We have taken a crucial step here," Prof. Desjardins explains. "We can now reach a better understanding of the molecular processes involved in infections by using a global approach based on proteomics and genomics...

A New Research Explores Connection Between Emotionality And Alcoholism

...may indicate a dysregulation in brain systems that govern emotion and motivation. "It is important to see how measures of personality and emotionality relate to alcohol dependence," said Elizabeth P. Hayden, assistant professor in clinical psychology at the University of Western Ontario and corresponding...

Safe Software A Must For Doctors

...a national regulatory framework to standardise and govern the use of clinical software in medical practice,' Dr Haikerwal said. 'We believe this is necessary to reduce potential risks and improve quality and safety related to the use of information technology by doctors. 'It is also essential that dat...

Mouse Gene With Gene Stutter Will Help Leukemia Research

...nd that it over-activates a second gene that helps govern blood cell development. The genetic change, kno...he mutation was affecting Hox genes, some of which govern the growth and development of the skeleton and of blood cells. Next, the researchers examined cell...

Study Says - Blocking 'aP2' Protein Prevents Airway Diseases

...pathways that regulate inflammation and those that govern metabolism. Finally, the study suggests that blocking aP2 function may be a novel approach for the treatment of asthma and other inflammatory lung diseases. (Eurekalert...

How to Hinder Gene Amplification? - Researchers Revealed

...wards achieving this is to discover the rules that govern whether an amplification event is a double minute or a homogenously-staining region. It’s known that regions of chromosomes that are prone to amplification have palindromic sequences of DNA, which are weak places where the chromosome can break. The...

Growth Factors Help Neurons to Reach Their Correct Destination

...sarily rely on an entirely new set of molecules to govern axon navigation, but instead uses growth factors already involved in embryonic development in clever and novel ways,’ Pfaff says. Skeletal muscle consists of thousands of muscle fibers, each controlled by one motor neuron whose cell body lies in the ...

Alzheimer's-linked apolipoprotein E produced by neurons, Gladstone study

...nctions of apoE and the regulatory mechanisms that govern its expression.’ Still to be determined is the exact mechanism by which apoE4 wreaks havoc on the brain, playing roles not only in Alzheimer's disease but also in a number of other neurological diseases. Studies in Huang's lab have revealed a possi...

A breather for worried parents: rules laid down for junk food child ads

Ofcom has made some rules to govern child ads for junk foods. This media regulator has ruled out a total TV advertising ban, but is launching// a 10-week consultation on guidelines restricting the adverts. This follows government’s White Paper on public health which said children sho...

Attempting Of Suicide In Children Of Men With Stressful Job Is High

...ol over everyday tasks and time constraints, which govern levels of stress. The results of the study showed that 250 of the approximately 20,000 children in the study attempted or committed suicide over the 15-year period from 1985 to 2001. Fathers' work conditions while their children were less than 16...

Cord Blood therapy for bone regeneration

...by the work and the Department of Philosophy is to govern the ethical issues of the project to make sure that the project follows strict human ethics....

Limb Regeneration In Humans: A Future Possibility

...nable scarless healing. By working out which genes govern wound healing in the fetus and which genes come into play in the adult, the team hopes to identify the genetic factors at work and develop drugs that would coerce the human body to heal itself when damaged. The work could mean that peopl...

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