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Telomerase Vital In Maintaining Ability of Stem Cell to Multiply

... The condition in these altered mice bears a close resemblance to dyskeratosis congenita in humans where stem cells in the bone marrow as well as in the intestine are unable to multiply as required and consequently die early. The details of the study are published in the December 16 issue of the journal Cell. ...

Complications During Delivery Related To Eating Disorders

...anorexia nervosa. These findings seem to show some resemblance to what has been found in schizophrenia and, with less evidence, in other severe psychiatric disorders. However, this observation should lead to a search for other more specific risk factors that interact with perinatal factors and are able to predic...

Bacteria Commonly Seen In Radioactive Waste, Hot Springs Found Inside Humans

...d to the genetic constitution and did not show any resemblance to previously identified bacteria. Researchers at Stanford University have conducted this interesting study. Surprisingly, a group of bacteria that resembled deinococcus radiodurans, most commonly observed in sites where there is excessive accumula...

Typhoid May Have Resulted In The Fall Of Athens

...of dental pulp for retrieving the bacteria. The resemblance between bacteria retrieved and the strain of today’s salmonella, which gives rise to typhoid appear to be very close. Sparta is reported to have taken advantage of the epidemic to subdue Athens, which was later taken over by Rome. Typhoid is still ...

Wider Addictive Choices – Now, Tanned Addicts

... This finding is extremely significant, due to its resemblance with other types of addictive/risky behaviors. The research is published in the Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology Source: Eureka...

Origin of HIV Traced To Wild Chimps

...cy virus which affects the chimpanzees had a close resemblance to HIV-1, one of the strains affecting humans. The study’s lead author Beatrice Hahn, a virologist at the University of Alabama at Birmingham said that it is important to confirm the origin to understand the virus's history and future. Anthony Fauc...

To Ape or Not To Ape? Bridging Missing Links in Medical Research

... it is ethical to use animals that are so close in resemblance to humans, for the purpose of medical testing. Scientific data shows the closeness in the DNA profile, 97.7 percent of the DNA in apes and humans is similar. Rick Bogle, a keen animal rights champion, has always praised the advanced cognitive abilit...

Transporter offers reliable clues for safer pain medicine

...t will block the transport function must have some resemblance to its natural substrate. Otherwise, it might not do the job,' Dr. Ganapathy says. He’s already testing naturally occurring amino acids and peptides and found one – lysine, an essential amino acid vital to good growth and found in high concentratio...

Online Drugs Could Prove Hazardous To health Warn Doctors in UK

...ould contain ingredients that would bearing little resemblance to the medicine named on the bottle, the Sunderland team told the Lancet, that even if the patients did get the right drug, there might be a risk of unchecked side effects and dangerous interactions. They warned through the article that the GP’s woul...

Fatherhood gets into the head

...mate world, based on the strength of their close// resemblance with humans. Tiny monkeys called marmosets, whose brains are pretty complex, have lent a valuable insight into how fatherhood can actually instigate changes in the brain. Researchers found that there were structural changes in the brain of the m...

Blood Transfusions To Control Bird Flu Pandemic

...amined the Spanish flu outbreak as it bore a close resemblance to bird flu. Dr John Treanor, an expert in infectious diseases at the University of Rochester said other viral diseases could also be treated in the same way. "Although many logistical hurdles exist, controlled clinical studies done now will probably...

Memory loss may portend onset of dementia

...egions of those who complained of memory loss bore resemblance to those who suffered early dementia. The researchers opine that complaints of memory loss may portend early signs of dementia, even though tests may be normal. In the circumstance it is important to monitor these people for any tell tale signs. T...

Childhood abuse may hamper sufferers’ adult relationship

...ng abused participants when the new person bore no resemblance to the parent (a control condition). Researchers additionally found that the abused participants reported a decrease in negative mood when the new person resembling the parent was also described as explicitly threatening (as compared to when there w...

Rare Gonorrhea Strain Makes Diagnosis Very Difficult

...nown strains of this disease. Infact, it bore some resemblance to the gonorrhea strain behind the English and Danish Outbreak. According to the researchers, the most important factor is to enhance the awareness of gonorrheal strains worldwide. This would also call for changes in the manner of detection of this...

New Mouse Model to Aid in Cancer-causing Genes Hunt

...cial for cancer growth. The mouse model's close resemblance to human T-ALL made it possible for the scientists to identify two genes, FBXW7 and PTEN, to be commonly deleted or mutated in this type of human cancer. "We found a rather striking overlap of genetic alterations in the mouse and human cancers, wh...

Common Pain Killer may Reduce the Risk of Brain Damage in Premature Babies

...findings with newborn rabbits, whose brains bear a resemblance to those of premature babies in some very significant ways. The medication would need to be tested thoroughly in pregnant women before being considered as a treatment for their babies. But the investigators indicate that celecoxib is already used wid...

Japanese Humanoid Happy to Work on in the Rain

...white robot, which wears a visor and has a passing resemblance to a "Star Wars" Imperial Stormtrooper, also used a screwdriver with its right hand while leaning forward on its left arm, balancing itself just like a human would. The robot weighs 68 kilograms (149 pounds) including the battery. "Our country is ...

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