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New scalpel probes into cancer

...moment, and provides surgeons with easily readable peaks and valleys that clearly depict when blood pumped from the incision has been cleared of cancerous cells. In a surgical scalpel situation, an aspirator would vacuum fluid from the incision to the microcavity laser enclosed in the scalpel's handle. In...

Prototype Detector detects Anthrax Quickly

... called elution - with already categorized elution peaks indicative of anthrax or other diseases. ...

Intermittent Exercising The Best Way To Burn Fat

...tions stimulate a fat-clearing enzyme. That enzyme peaks about 12 hours after an exercise session. Thus, researchers say it’s best to exercise 12 hours before eating a large or high-fat meal....

For West Nile Virus: Prevention Is The Watchword

...to contain the epidemic. West Nile virus activity peaks in August and September, according to the U.S.// Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and floodwaters and rain from Hurricane Katrina has heightened concern in many states. The CDC last year reported of 2,749 human cases of WNV, with 900 the s...

Crohn's Patient Robert Hill’s greatest achievemen

...dition. It is his fifth quest to scale the tallest peaks on the seven continents. He wants to send across to the world the message that people like him should not quit living their life. Crohn’s disease is a chronic inflammatory disease affecting both the small and large intestines (bowel) and is otherwi...

Teenagers Get Hooked To Ecstasy

...can also be injected with a syringe. The substance peaks between 60 –90 minutes after taking it and generally lasts for 3-6 hours. Effects from the drug can linger up to 14 days. MDMA’s low street price from $15-$40 per pill, further adds to its appeal. Its use among children has increased especially it ...

Protein Expression to Serve as Marker for Head and Neck Cancer

...expression to be plotted on graphs that illustrate peaks and valleys. ‘Sometimes the underexpression of a protein may be significant,’ Dr. Gourin says. The unique patterns surfacing may one day provide more than screening. Study findings indicate the protein fingerprint also is highly successful at clas...

Growth Hormone Stimulants help to Combat Aging Symptoms

...in childhood growth, and production of the hormone peaks during puberty. However, it continues to affect physical function throughout our lives, and it regulates metabolism and body composition. As adults move into middle age, growth hormone production begins to taper off. Many of the effects of aging – in...

Regulatory T-cells – Protector or Cause of Diseases

...toimmune disease. T cell schooling in the thymus peaks in the first six weeks of life in the mouse, which roughly translates to the first 15 years of human life. Those early lessons seem to last a lifetime and the few regulatory cells that develop later will be like the early cells, says Dr. Rafal Pachol...

The connection between strokes and the internal clock

... or a subarachnoid hemorrhage. The presence of two peaks were prominent, the 6 a.m. to 8 a.m peak, and the 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. peak. There was an obvious plunge during sleep. When researchers probed further, cerebral infarction showed a bimodal pattern with a higher peak in the morning, a slight fall at noon...

Ignorance - the main reason behind deaths on Mount Everest

...n.' Even though many climbers have experience on peaks above 8,000 meters, 'things start getting signific...tly harder over 8,300 meters and there aren't many peaks at that height that are as easy to climb as Everest,' Sutherland said. Climbing Everest is very di...

Model of Internal Clocks Reveals How Jet Lag Disrupts the System

...rmone production and brain activity exhibit cyclic peaks and valleys, says Siegelmann. “The circadian system is really fundamental, it affects our behavior, our physiology and emotions,” she says. “The clock organizes the whole body into a very nice dance, and it organizes people together into a larger ...

Sexual Attitudes Help Explain Narcissists’ Relationship Problem

...on people ages 8 to 80, they found that narcissism peaks at about 15 or 16 and then steadily declines as people get older, Shrira said. He attributed this partly to the “reality principle.” “When you’re in high school or college, you’re at the peak of your physical condition and the world is your oyster,...

Alternative Splicing - Molecular Cloning

... Unexpectedly, this search revealed four discrete peaks where the binding clusters locate. Furthermore, the location of the peaks correlated with Nova’s action on regulating whether the alternative exon is spliced in or out. The...

Male Chimpanzees find Older Females Sexy

..., where a woman's "sexual attractiveness generally peaks before motherhood and declines with age", according to a synopsis of the article. Human males prefer the younger mate because of the biological limitations on fertility triggered by menopause, while female chimps do not have such limits, remaining ...

Fresh Water, HIV Biggest of India's Six Challenges: Chidambaram

...India running out of freshwater services? * Oil peaks - How vulnerable is India to an oil price shock? What oil price level would risk derailing India's growth? * Economic impact of demographics - India is facing a demographic dividend. Might it turn into a demographic liability? * Globalisation v...

Researchers Find Two Biomarkers With Potential to Predict Breast Cancer Spread

... paired positive and negative nodes. Two protein peaks associated with lymph node metastasis were identified. Specifically, over-expression of protein peaks at 4,871 Da (which represents the molecular weight of the protein) and under-expression of a protein...

Vitamin D or Anti-osteoporosis Drug Reduces Bone Loss from Binge Drinking

...od, Ill. The underlying reason is that bone mass peaks when people are in their mid-20s and is progressively reduced as they age. “Before that, in the teen and young adult years, the skeleton is developing and requires exercise, calcium, vitamin D and good nutrition to achieve optimal health,” said Wezem...

Allergic Reactions to Insulin Have Declined

...ected in sudden doses. This gives unnaturally high peaks and troughs of the hormone. To avoid this variation, pumps have been developed that slowly infuse the hormone throughout the day. Early results on these pumps are promising. "Our review shows just how much progress has been made in reducing allergic...

Scientists Map Key Landmarks in Human Genome

...s. On a graph, the data displayed as a series of peaks and troughs corresponding to positioned nucleosomes and nucleosome-free regions, respectively. Analysis revealed that promoters of genes that had similar expression status (they were all "off" or "on") had related nucleosome locations. The technique ...

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