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WBC Selective About Sugar

...fungi by spotting and wiping out any intruder that invades the body. A new study shows that neutrophils may in fact differentiate between their targets. This new indication can prove useful in the research for new drugs to battle lethal pathogens. A scientist in the lab of Whitehead Member Gerald Fink has d...

Afghanistan Hopes to Eradicate Polio in Two Years

...h the mouth, multiplies in the intestine, and then invades the nervous system, causing permanent paralysis. Amin added that the country was not only intensifying efforts to address this, but also other health problems like malnutrition among children, poor sanitation and access to clean water. "We are gi...

Super Bug - A Tough Bug to Plug

...ility. Some hospitals are a hot favorite, where it invades with six times the potency. Blame this on the hospitals. We all know that prevention is better than damage control. Poor hygiene in the hospitals is a breeding ground for these germs. Improper use of antibiotics has added fuel to this fire and the...

Molecular ‘On/Off Switch’ Controls Immune Defenses Against Viruss

...nse to hepatitis C. It’s known that when a virus invades a cell, the RIG-I protein triggers the body to generate an immune response. Once the virus has been cleared out, the LGP2 protein turns off the RIG-I signals. This interaction between RIG-I and LGP2 is vital for properly regulating immunity, but vi...

Young Women Beware Of LAM

...ormal smooth muscle-like cell proliferation, which invades and destroys the tissues of the lung by forming cysts, eventually obstructing the flow of air and leading to lung collapse and failure. Solving the puzzle…Globally, researchers tackled the first step, finding out what caused the cell proliferation ...

Salmonella Bacteria Are Deceptive

...nds of deaths worldwide. // However this bacterium invades by stealth and hides from macrophages before entering them and multiplying inside them. This is ironical since macrophages are the cells meant to detect such bacteria. Just how Salmonella escapes detection by macrophages, turning predator cells to ...

Remarkable Progress In Development Of Vaccines

... by Neisseria meningitides a common bacterium that invades the body to infect the lining of the brain or the bloodstream said, This is a vaccine that will prevent a bacteria that creates both bloodstream infections and meningitis in about 3,000 people a year, most of them children, and 300 deaths a year. He ...

Anemia from Malaria Linked to a Protein MIF

...rly childhood. Once in the bloodstream, plasmodium invades liver and red blood cells and makes more copies of itself. Eventually, as red cells break and free plasmodium to infect other cells, and as the body's immune system works to kill infected cells, the total number of red blood cells drops, causing anem...

Osteopontin: a useful biomarker in asbestos-related cancer

...al mesothelioma is an asbestos-related cancer that invades the chest cavity and the lining of the lungs. Workers at risk for high levels of exposure are miners, factory workers, carpenters, electricians//, ship fitters, ships' electricians, boilermakers, insulation manufacturers, railroad workers, gas-mask m...

Sex Played A Vital Role For Evolution Of Infectious Diseases

...tentially life-threatening Cryptococcus neoformans invades the central nervous system to cause disease. It most commonly affects immune-compromised patients such as organ transplant recipients and cancer patients -- whose immune systems are crippled by immunosuppressive drugs or chemotherapy -- and people wi...

Inflammation Linked to Colon Cancer

...the specific cells that are damaged, or whether it invades the cell's DNA as well and thus is passed on to new cells. Study author Lawrence J. Mamett, Ph.D., explains, "When the body experiences oxidative stress, molecules called free radicals are produced, and these free radicals can damage cells -- the ce...

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