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Therapeutic Genes Transferred By Viral Vector Through T Cell Masking

... surveillance of the host immune system due to the masking of the genes by the T cells, it avoids detection a... or disease condition. The concept works by T cell masking and when it reaches the tumor the viral transporter successfully transfers a gene to both mouse and ...

New Technique For Science Experiments

...d interaction surface at the top while effectively masking the underlying substrate. The heart of the NIST technique is a combined microfluidic mixer and reaction chamber. The two components are injected into the mixer with gradually changing flow rates and mix thoroughly before filling a thin reaction cha...

Sensors placed at home capable of signaling onset of early signs of dementia in elderly

...ke them walk faster than their normal daily paces, masking changes that may be clinically relevant, researchers say. Hayes and her colleagues predict that as healthy elders begin to develop cognitive impairment, they become more variable day to day or even hour to hour, and that "this variability may provid...

Optimum Folate and Vitamin B12 Levels Essential for Cognitive Function in Seniors

...h folate status delays detection of vitamin B12 by masking one of its key signs: anemia. "When folate fortification was considered, opponents raised the possibility that because more folate might mask anemia, many cases of vitamin B12 deficiency would go undetected, causing people with the condition to suffe...

Low Pitch Therapy for ‘ringing in the Ears

...innitus with a high-pitched sound, a method called masking that is sometimes used in tinnitus therapy attempts. But he ruled out that option because of the severity of the patient’s tinnitus, so an opposite approach was explored, which provided unexpectedly effective results. After making many adjustments,...

Researchers Urge Regulators to Rethink Strategies for Soot Emission

...tter, the more we realize that complexity has been masking our ability to calculate how big a role greenhouse gases have played in inducing global warming," said Donahue. "Moreover, the new mechanism we found changes the chemical properties of particles, making them more likely to participate in cloud format...

Former Official Confesses He Had Sold Steroids to Leading Baseball Players

...clomiphene, a fertility drug that can be used as a masking agent, steroid Clenbuterol, to name some of them. Federal agents also seized shipping records, financial records, correspondences and contact lists that detailed the distribution of drugs to major league baseball players. Major League Baseball i...

Making Change: The Cost of Being Transgender

... confused or are trying to help victim's family by masking the person's identity." "It's very class related," she added. "When we look at who murder victims are, they're generally young low-income trans women of color and very often immigrants. If you're any of those things you are more susceptible to viol...

Tinnitus Patients can Lead a Normal Life

...ted in the ears for 8 hours a day, the noise never masking the tinnitus. Other patients with auditory loss need an adaptaiton to the headphones. The application of the therapy must always adapt to the circumstances and needs of each person. The time estimated in getting the patient accustomed to the tinnit...

Human Vaccine for Herpes Virus on the Anvil

...s the host immune system in two ways by hiding or masking the proteins that would normally provoke an immune response, or by fooling the immune system into mounting a response that doesnt work to eradicate the virus. We needed a way to make the host defense system sit up and take notice, said Christopher...

New Vaccine for CMV Infection

...s the host immune system in two ways by hiding or masking the proteins that would normally provoke an immune response, or by fooling the immune system into mounting a response that doesnt work to eradicate the virus. We needed a way to make the host defense system sit up and take notice, said Christopher S....

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