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Cancer Doctors Okays Controversial Prostate Therapy

... brachytherapy for prostate cancer still needed to mature before doctors were willing to consider it in the guidelines....

Common contraception

...rom Harvard Medical School. It is also specific to mature sperm and does not appear to be expressed in sperm precursor cells, or in immature sperm.The very specific role of the protein means that a contraceptive designed to disrupt it would have far fewer side effects than a hormone-based contraceptive. Hor...

A new contraceptive

...incipal piece of the tail." It is also specific to mature sperm and does not appear to be expressed in sperm precursor cells, or in immature sperm.The very specific role of the protein means that a contraceptive designed to disrupt it would have far fewer side effects than a hormone-based contraceptive. Hor...

Stem cell research

...ng early-stage nerve cells and nurturing them into mature nerve cells, is an important demonstration that the speculative potential of stem cells can actually be harnessed in practice....

Enzyme stimulates growth of adult stem cells

...se. In a developing embryo, stem cells are able to mature into all types of tissue. Such cells have traditi...ansplanted bone marrow stem cells have shown up in mature kidney, liver, skin and gastrointestinal tissue. A long-standing problem with adult stem cells is ...

Bacterial discovery may help CF patients

...e next 84 hours. The authors propose the matrix in mature biofilms may be strengthened by other substances or that mature biofilms may produce sufficient counter-enzymes to locally inactivate the DNaseI. Mattick's co-auth...

Help for Psoriasis

...n cells to grow too quickly. The skin cells do not mature normally, and the skin piles up, causing red, scaly lesions to form. About 5 million people in the United States are affected by psoriasis. There is currently no cure, but researchers say new treatments, including biologics, are helping to improve th...

Chickens Found To Have High Levels of Arsenic

... samples, 3,611 were young chickens and 1,582 were mature chickens. By 1997, 99 percent of chicken was consumed as a young chicken. Researchers calculated that a person consuming approximately two ounces of chicken daily might ingest 3.6 micrograms to 5.2 micrograms of inorganic arsenic. People who eat mor...

Stem Cell Solution for Infertility

...ic stem cells from nine patients and they had used mature eggs harvested from human females to create the cloned embryos from which the stem cells were derived. Almost 15% of couples suffer from infertility and the incidence is rising. Newer research in this field is likely to give further boost to the fie...

Antibiotics help combat dangerous tropical disease

...se individuals. Once in the blood circulation they mature into adult worm and settle in their lymph nodes an...underestimated," Professor H?rauf emphasizes. "The mature worms are after all responsible for such symptoms of the disease as the extreme swelling of the limb...

Hyaluronic Acid – A Boon To The Problem Of Premature Infant

...oligodendrocyte progenitors. These cells normally mature to become oligodendrocytes that make myelin (the i...hroughout life. In some cases, these cells fail to mature and cannot repair damage to the white matter of the brain. The white matter is made up of long ner...

Mechanical forces drive early heart development

...r says engineers are just now looking at growth in mature heart. His theory will be valuable in looking at these situations. Growth occurring in the mature heart is extremely important and plays a role in adaptation to high blood pressure (thicker heart wa...

Perfect babies boon or a bane?

...ng spermatogenesis, or in a female before the eggs mature at puberty.Another form would be to modify the sperm and egg cells themselves. Another technology currently under development would be to insert artificial chromosomes into eggs or sperm, or the cells from which they derive. Already, one technique i...

Stem cells form blood vessels

... the various types of cells that are precursors to mature tissue. From this colony, the researchers extracte...ls that were following a linage that would lead to mature endothelial cells. These were further cultured and some eventually formed primitive vascular struct...

Drugs Manufacturers Capitalizing On The Surge In Demand For Bone Health Care

...at bone health, calcium supplements are entering a mature category, and a new report warns that the suppleme...st, advises the report, while those marketing more mature products like the minerals could include other actives from the herbal segment to offer additional b...

SNUPPY – Woo Suk Hwang reveals World’s first dog cloe

...il now because it is difficult to get egg cells to mature in the lab. Hwang used naturally ovulated egg cells, those which have naturally been released from the ovaries into the fallopian tubes. Snuppy is the latest mammal to be cloned after sheep, mice, cats, rats, cows, goats, pigs, horses, rabbits and a ...

Platelets May Be The Source Of Gene Regulations

...g have thought the transformation of pre-mRNA into mature mRNA—called splicing—happens only in a cell’s nucl...o injury, the IL-1? pre-mRNA is processed into the mature mRNA and then directs production of the critical inflammatory protein. Finding that platelets can ...

New Infertility test to be offered by Reliance

... During, the process of Invitro fertilization, the mature eggs is aspirated from the stimulated ovaries. These ova are usually encapsulated in a follicle surrounded by some nutritive fluid. This follicular fluid can now be tested to detect any low grade genetic chromosomal abnormality that would decrease th...

New Blood Test To Detect Iron Level In Infants

...4 to 48 hours, as compared with several months for mature red blood cells, measuring the reticulocyte hemoglobin content (i.e., CHr) provides a more timely indication of iron status, the investigators say. In this study, 200 healthy infants 9 to 12 months of age underwent both tests, as well as a transferr...

“Provenge”, Dendritic cell vaccine for Prostate Cancr

...th which they should be administered. For example, mature dendritic cell vaccines seem to produce the best immune response when given either subcutaneously or intradermally, but not intravenously. Researchers are trying to determine whether vaccines will be need to be designed for specific cancers, or wheth...

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