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Naked DNA Vaccination May Conquer Arthritis and Multiple Sclerosis

...ne system sees these genes as outside invaders, it produces its own neutralizing antibodies capable of restraining the disease. Essentially, the process involves teaching the immune system how to correct its own mistakes, fooling the natural immune system into fighting itself by neutralizing the excessive cyt...

India takes on foot-and-mouth disease by vaccinating animals

... say thedisease spread from here," he says. India produces 25 million doses of the FMD vaccine annually, of which IVRIproduces 4 million doses. The rest is manufactured by two companies in theprivate sector, Indian Immunological, Hyderabad and Intervet Baiaf, Pune.But the vaccine production is insufficient k...

Heart disease threat starts early in life for Diabetics

...produce insulin. Result of this the body no longer produces insulin and and there is a raise in the blood sugar levels. Individuals with this type I Diabetes develop are at a higher risk to develop heart disease even at their teens. The team of researchers with the University of Southern California and Child...

Risk of heart disease begins in teens

...an autoimmune disorder in which the body no longer produces insulin, the hormone that clears the blood of glucose after a meal and deposits it into body cells to use as fuel. Patients must inject insulin several times a day to manage the disease. Complications of diabetes include heart disease, kidney failure...

Double impact vaccine

The virus strain which produces the measles vaccine is effective for another purpose - fighting lymphoma, a group of cancers that originate in the lymphatic system. The Scientists from Mayo clinic department of molecular medicine have found that the measles vaccine virus caused re...

Tea Tales

...rocess known as oxidative stress. Oxidation produces free radicals these are unstable molecules which occur naturally// in the body and an increased amount of them can damage cells resulting in heart diseases, cancer, cholestrol and BP.Polyphenols can stop the damage that free radicals do to cells, neu...

Iron supplements proves helpful in dry cough .

...pertension and heart failure.But however this drug produces dry cough as its most frequent side effect.// In most cases, patients with this troublesome complication discontinue the drug. Koreans have come out with a remedy for this complication.Iron supplementation may provide relief for patients suffering f...

Dentist's note for vegetarians

...ficiencies in vitamin D are rare, because the body produces it during sun exposure, but a diet lacking in calcium hampers its production. Dr Leibsohn recommended consuming fish, dairy products and green leafy vegetables, or taking cod liver oil, yeast tablets or multi-vitamins daily to prevent problems. "Th...

A non-stick danger

... from the University of Toronto. The heating also produces two other classes of environmentally-damaging chemicals: polyfluoro- and polychlorofluoro-carboxylic acids, which are being phased out of the US because of links with possible adverse health and environmental impacts, and CFCs, which are both greenho...

Gene therapy - Aim to improve blood flow

...mmands to several other genes, including one which produces a growth factor important in the formation of new blood vessels. However, other scientists are concerned that manipulation of HIF-1 might have undesirable side-effects of its own. While this is early research, there are a number of diseases which c...

Pharma majors gear to supply anti-anthrax drug

...re on December 9, 2003. // Ranbaxy Laboratories produces both the bulk and formulation forms of ciprofloxacin and according to a company spokesman, the U.S. Senator, Mr. Charles Schumer, has approached Ranbaxy's U.S. arm, Ranbaxy Laboratories Inc. regarding supply of Cipro in large numbers - Mr. Schumer ha...

Have sex and stay young

... factor in preserving youth. It makes us happy and produces chemicals telling us so," he claims.//Dr Weeks sai...e and that triggers certain chemicals. In women it produces a human growth hormone which helps the process." Regular, loving sex came second to physical and men...

Early Clue to Down Syndrome

...oughly one in every 800 live births. The condition produces varying degrees of mental retardation and a range ...drome. "The bone is white, whereas absence of bone produces a blackness," Nicolaides says. "In a place where you should be seeing a whiteness you are seeing a b...

Antioxidants used for longevity

...ondria, oxygen burns glucose to produce energy and produces free radicals as a necessary - but harmful - side product. Left unchecked by antioxidant defences, the free radicals will cause extensive cell damage, of the kind that may set the scene for neurodegenerative disease. The SOD-deficient mice do indeed...

Chlamydia toxin- a secret killer

... many years, it's been suspected that the pathogen produces a toxin that helps it invade cells and cause these chronic health problems.// Now, at last, the suspect toxin has been found by completing the Chlamydia genome. The toxin turns out to be similar to those that cause botulism, tetanus, and gangrene. ...

A need for new stem cell lines

...ucleus has been removed. When the cell divides, it produces stem cells that can be put in the patient without causing an immune response. But some lawmakers would like to see so-called therapeutic cloning -- which, unlike reproductive cloning, will never result in a birth -- outlawed. A proposed measure, wou...

Enzyme may be target for obesity drugs

...s. Alteration in the levels of this enzyme in mice produces not only obesity, but obesity especially of abdominal fat. Since this enzyme is known to be similarly elevated in the fat of obese people, it is very likely that the same pathway is involved in many cases of human obesity. Blocking the enzyme may b...

Early delivery can prevent cancer

...regnancy hormones influence a gene called P53 that produces a tumour suppressor protein. The same is thought to happen in people. In young women, whose breast tissue is still developing, this appears to have life-long effects. The effect is most marked in women who give birth before they are 20, said Professo...

Genetic disorder related with sleep patterns

...responsible.This could lead them to the protein it produces to cause the shortened time clock which, in turn, could be used to formulate new drugs to treat jet lag and other conditions. However, they admit that it will take some time to isolate the gene. David Earnest of Texas A&M University said: "This is ...

Target for obesity treatment

... cells into fat cells. The PPARgamma gene actually produces two forms of its protein, called PPARgamma1 and PPARgamma2. The forms are very similar, except that PPARgamma2 has an extra amino acid on one end. Taking these concepts into consideration, the researchers inhibited roughly 50 percent of the productio...

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