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Adult Stem Cells Show Promise for Peripheral Vascular Disease

...n of bone marrow stem cells. The study is awaiting publication in a peer- reviewed journal. At 12 weeks, primary symptoms, including lower limb pain and coldness, were significantly improved in 137 (90.1%) of the patients; limb ulcers improved or healed in 46 (86.8%) of the 53 patients, while 25 of the 48 (47....

Gene Variation Increases the Risk of Lung Cancer

...modulating the damage caused by tobacco smoke. A publication of the American Association for Cancer Research, is the first to pinpoint the mechanism by which damage to the lung might trigger an overzealous inflammatory response by the immune system, leading to lung cancer. The variants, or polymorphisms, were ...

Variation in Genes Related to Inflammation Increase Lung Cancer Risk

... published in the July issue of Cancer Research, a publication of the American Association for Cancer Research....

Genetic Mutation That Makes Common Cancers Resistant to Drugs Identified

...tion in an article published in an advanced online publication of Nature magazine. The researchers have for the first time found evidence of direct mutation of AKT1 in clinical samples of human cancer tumours. "This discovery is a seminal finding in cancer biology that confirms AKT1 as an oncogene in breas...

Inaccuracies in Cardiac PET-CT Scanning

...felong pharmacologic and lifestyle management, the publication states. PET-CT is a valuable tool in the detection and management of coronary artery disease, Gould said, and he hopes other cardiologists and their patients will insist that scanner manufacturers resolve problems with the software to produce the m...

Nanospectrometer Aids in Identifying Nutrient Cycle

...cycle . Their study appears as an advanced online publication of The ISME Journal. A state of the art NanoSIMS instrument (short for nanometer-scale, secondary ion mass spectrometry) located at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory can image and measure minute amounts of chemical elements. Douglas Capone a...

Advancement in Gene Associated With Colon Cancer

...ceptibility to disease is moving rapidly since the publication of the complete sequence of the human genome in 2003. Says Gruber, The mystery of the relationship between our genetic code and disease is now starting to become clear, and many scientists are turning to the same chapter to find important clues to co...

Folicacid Fortification Very Beneficial

...btained from Canadian Cancer Statistics, an annual publication by the Canadian Cancer Society and the National Cancer Institute of Canada. In 1996 and 1998, there were abrupt reversals in the 15-year downward trends in colorectal cancer rates in the United States and Canada, respectively. Since peaking in 199...

Stem Cells Research in Parkinsons Disease

...hed in the magazine edition of PNAS, a prestigious publication with a global audience. PNAS has been a resource for multidisciplinary research since 1914. Its online edition, where Dr. Sanbergs commentary appears this week, receives nearly 6 million e-visitor hits per month. Content includes research reports, ...

Protein Interaction is a Drug Target for Blood Clot Prevention

... a study appearing online on July 12 in advance of publication in the August print issue of the Journal of Clinical Investigation, Mark Ginsberg and colleagues from the University of California San Diego show that the binding of the protein talin to alpha-IIb beta 3 is critical for integrin activation in mice, a...

Golf Courses Could Serve as Wildlife Sanctuaries If Managed Properly

...liminated," he said. The study is scheduled for publication later this year in the journal Conservation Biology....

White House Hid, Minimized Health Reports: Ex-surgeon General

... Senior administration officials also delayed the publication of a major study on passive smoking for several years and then tried to minimize its conclusions, Carmona said Tuesday according to a transcript of his testimony to a House committee. The former surgeon general admitted that when he had taken up hi...

Src Inhibitors in Breast Cancer Therapy

... a study appearing online on July 12 in advance of publication in the August print issue of the Journal of Clinical Investigation, Joyce Slingerland and colleagues from the University of Miami shed further light on the mechanisms regulating ER-alpha expression levels during breast cancer. In their study of 250 ...

Eap1 in the Brain Regulates the Female Reproductive Cycle

... a study appearing online on July 12 in advance of publication in the August print issue of the Journal of Clinical Investigation, Sergio Ojeda and colleagues from Oregon Health & Science University report that the gene enhanced at puberty 1 (EPA1) acts as a regulator of the neuronal signaling that controls fema...

Autoimmune Response in Multiple Sclerosis

... a study appearing online on July 12 in advance of publication in the August print issue of the Journal of Clinical Investigation, Eli Sercarz and colleagues from the Torrey Pines Institute for Molecular Studies immunized mice with an epitope of MBP known as Ac19, which resulted in a single episode of EAE in the...

Key Mechanism to Emergence of Strep Bacteria

...e research, reported in the July 15 advance online publication of the journal Nature Medicine, focuses on the major human pathogen group A Streptococcus (strep.) Among the most important of all human infectious disease agents, strep is responsible for a wide range of diseases, ranging from simple throat and sk...

Worms are Killing the Planet

...derickson told Materials Recycling Week, a leading publication for the recycling and waste-management industry. In Germany and other environmentally aware countries, governments have supported the composting of waste in efforts to reduce the land filling of biodegradable waste. This includes encouraging househo...

Smokers may Be Motivated to Quit During Interventions in Hospital Stays

...rs in the current issue of The Cochrane Library, a publication of The Cochrane Collaboration, an international organization that evaluates research in all aspects of health care. Systematic reviews draw evidence-based conclusions about medical practice after considering both the content and quality of existing...

School-based Sexual Abuse Prevention Programs

...ars in the latest issue of The Cochrane Library, a publication of The Cochrane Collaboration, an international organization that evaluates medical research. Systematic reviews draw evidence-based conclusions about medical practice after considering both the content and quality of existing medical trials on a top...

Avandia Improves Quality of Life in Diabetes Patients

...ars in the latest issue of The Cochrane Library, a publication of The Cochrane Collaboration, an international organization that evaluates medical research. Systematic reviews draw evidence-based conclusions about medical practice after considering both the content and quality of existing medical trials on a to...

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