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A new century of Alzheimer's disease research

...reduce that risk. Our goal is to develop a similar kind of testing and treatment to keep the brain in bala...re Genetics that the “tau” mouse develops the same kind of neurofibrillary tangles seen in human dementia. In 2001, the Mayo Clinic team produced another ne...

Pharaoh Hatshepsut Died in Pain Due to Cancer

...one cancer, he believes it was more likely another kind of tumour that spread to the bone. "It could have been a tumour affecting the lung, breast or kidney. Whatever the tumour's origins, it is very likely that Queen Hatshepsut spent her last days in pain," Selim said. "A bone tumour is certainly pai...

Translating Structure into Function

...mising drugs do. The strategy works well for one kind of drug discovery -- finding molecules to fit in the active site and physically block enzyme action. But the research team sought to divine from an enzymes structure just what natural molecule triggers the enzyme into action -- fitting into the activ...

China Fears Show Food Export Quality Key: WHO Official

...od must ensure its quality or else risk facing the kind of fears afflicting China over the quality of some of the food it ships abroad, a UN health agency official said Tuesday. Shigeru Omi, the regional director for the Western Pacific for the World Health Organisation (WHO), warned that countries whi...

Chemical Injections for Fat Removal

...y weight and metabolism, she said. In humans, this kind of stress-mediated fat gain may have nothing to do with the brain, and is actually just a physiological response of their fat tissue. And perhaps the most rapid clinical application of these results will be in both cosmetic and reconstructive plast...

Cat Exposure Increases Bronchial Responsiveness

...ever, the interaction between sensitization of any kind and current exposure was unexpected. More than one in four of the individuals included in the ECRHS were sensitized to at least one of the allergens tested, indicating that avoidance of cat exposure would be beneficial to a much wider population th...

Will Seven Be the Lucky Number for Las Vegas Newlyweds?

...initely going to be special," Valdez said. "It's kind of neat, especially with all the hype about this date. When I go to work on Monday, everybody will make a big deal out of it." The couple plans a 7:45 a.m. wedding, then a drive back to California. "That way we can get out of the desert before th...

Insight Into Neural Stem Cells Has Implications For Designing Therapies

... the idea that these cells are good for making any kind of neuron. This is just not going to be the case unless we find ways to reprogram these cells genetically." The insight, says Merkle, is a key step toward understanding the molecular mechanisms of neural stem cell potential. "Now you could compare ...

Snack Foods Fortified With Fiber

...e used to make fiber-enriched flour taste like the kind used in most cookies and tortillas so that manufac...an increased level of soluble dietary fiber -- the kind the body can absorb readily. Alavi said researchers didn't necessarily get better properties with ...

Now, Fibre-enriched Tasty Snacks in the Making

...e used to make fibre-enriched flour taste like the kind used in most cookies and tortillas so that manufac...ve an increased level of soluble dietary fibre-the kind the body can absorb readily. Alavi said researchers didn't necessarily get better properties with ...

Traffic Control Boxes to Help Road Monitoring

...ged the neighboring detector stations to perform a kind of triangulation to locate the incident that was affecting traffic. The engineers found in all four test cases, the software didn't trigger a data signal to the control center until it had correctly determined that an incident had happened. On av...

777 Couples Married on 7.07.07

...ct all the years from 2001 to 2012 will have these kind of dates. So wait for 8.08.08, 9.09.09, 10.10.10, 11.11.11 and finally 12.12.12....

Africa's Men Urged to Step Up AIDS Fight

...ity to go for tests and live responsibly, and that kind of (behaviour) compromises the fight," Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka, South Africa's Deputy President, told the closing session of the International Women's Summit on HIV/AIDS here. She urged men to live responsibly, to go for tests and participate in pro...

Chromosone Disorders - Unrevealed Facts

... Over 0.3 per cent of children are born with some kind of chromosome disorder. Most develop Downs Syndrome, or obtain the wrong number of sex chromosomes and develop Turners or Klinefelters syndrome. Turners syndrome only occurs in females and is caused when one of the two X chromosomes is missing. Gir...

Parental Match-making Blossoms in a Beijing Park

...for their overworked and overqualified children, a kind of parental speed-dating. Despite their desire for a potential match, these proud parents are rigorous in their search for someone they think will be good enough for their children. Matchmaking rules in China generally mean that a wife must be yo...

New Understanding on Growth of Human Stem Cells

...standing about how human stem cells develop is the kind of scientific work which has already put this Institute on the map as the leader in this field, said John Kelton, dean and vice-president of McMasters Faculty of Health Sciences. Mick Bhatia said that he and his scientific team have been working fo...

Bak Protein Sets Stressed Cells on Suicide Path

... there to puncture holes." One has to break up, kind of soften, the mitochondria for injury, and the other one actually punches the holes to kill it," says Craig Brooks, MCG graduate student and the paper's first author.Bak and Bax have similar structures and scientists have long suspected they play...

Cancer Cures for Canines

...is Animal Foundation and is the first event of its kind to be held in this country. As well as addressing the cause of canine cancer, it will explore areas of translational cancer treatment research as cancer cures for dogs are now being successfully applied to humans, in particular children. Cancer is ...

Air Pollution Stats Filtered in Ontario

...tal economics at the University of Guelph. Its the kind of model that is susceptible to cherry-picking for finding results that suit a polemical purpose. Joel Schwartz, a visiting scholar at the American Enterprise Institute who examined the TPH figures for a 2004 article, went further: I think its more t...

Mayo Clinic Physicians Have Adapted Real-time 3-D Ultrasound Imaging Devices

...ause the nerve is inactivated, it doesnt mount the kind of systematic pain response that keeps patients medicated and in their beds, says anesthesiologist Steven Clendenen, M.D., who helped develop use of the technique with Neil Feinglass, M.D., and other anesthesiologists at Mayo Clinic in Jacksonville. ...

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