Tag: "obliterated" at medical news
Successful Islet Cell Transplant in Mice With Type 1 Diabetes
... off. “In principle, tumors in these mice could be obliterated
by turning p53 back on,” says Thomas-Tikhonenko. “The problem was that a protein called MDM2 sent p53 into the teeth of the proteasome shredder.” The proteasome inhibitor bortezomib (Velcade?) causes this jamming process and restores p53 function. Ho...
How Healthy Is A Regular Dose Of Cod Liver Oil?
...the industrial processes, which are supposed to be obliterated
by the manufacturing outfits. Though there is no immediate reaction on the health, prolonged use can have deleterious effects linked to cancer. It is also believed that overdoses can harm the immune system. Loyal users of Cod Liver Oil capsules, w...
The heat is on: Warm up time for Malaria’s clim
...y of Sciences Though malaria has been completely obliterated
in several parts of the world, still many hundreds or millions of people world over get affected due to it. Infact, the highland regions and deserts are showing a greater propensity for malaria attacks. Scientists believe that the very microorganisms...
Cancer Stems From Stem Cells?
...he reason why a tumor resurfaces after it has been obliterated
by anti-cancer drugs. There could also lead to further research on anti-cancer drugs, that could be developed according to the severity of the anomaly of the diseased stem cells rather than indiscriminately kill cells and shrink tumors, which in all ...