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Chlamydia toxin- a secret killer

...enomic approach. As the pathogens generate genetic secrets in increasing numbers, researchers would find new measures to fight against them....

Drug for cancer may help restrict premature labor

...his prevents contractions before time. If the body secrets less amounts of hCG, the uterus can have contractions leading to premature labor. Women who have premature delivery of their babies often suffer from this fall in the levels of the hCG hormone. The research results said that the drug TSA could incre...

The Little Known Facts of Junk DNA

...und a new technology to analyze and understand the secrets of the junk DNA//. Junk DNA contains critical regions for controlling gene function. These genes that regulate various similar actions need not be the same in all species. The study will be published online at Science Express. The researchers us...

Gest Says Will Reveal Damning Secrets On Michael Jackson

...sband of entertainer Liza Minnelli, has some juicy secrets on Michael Jackson that he is planning// to incorporate in his autobiography. According to contactmusic.com, Gest has teamed up with writer Mark Bego to collaborate on the book, which will also include juicy stories about other celebrities. Bego ...

Painkiller Based on Sea Snail Venom Made Available in Britain

...ofessor Olivera believes that there are still more secrets to unravel from the sea snail. According to him there are 500 different types of these sea snails with each producing around 100 toxins in its venom. He hopes that drugs use to treat a wide range of conditions, from Parkinson's disease to depression ...

A Worm Turns: Banking on Blood From a Little Lugworm

... life of the patient. Nature seems to have many secrets in store, and a little worm which is popularly called the lug worm, and commonly used by fish folk as bait, stands a good chance of elevating its position to that of a life saver. This idea first struck the English and French scientists, who knew of ...

Malaria Truths Discovered By Einstein Researchers

...iva University have managed to delve deep into the secrets of the malaria disease by using their previous research on tuberculosis.// The findings, which are published in the August issue of Nature Methods, “should substantially speed up research efforts to bring malaria under control,” according to Dr. Da...

The Aids Programme In Zambia Reported As A Success

...than the urban areas. Stringer said, 'There are no secrets in these villages and everyone knows somebody is supposed to be taking the medicines. The idea of losing someone to follow-up in a village is unheard of.'...

Cancer-Killing Compound From A Fungus

...tic cancer. After six years, however, rasfonin's secrets remain a mystery because researchers can't make enough of it to carry out tests. To bring about a new drug, organic chemists must produce a new chemical in enough quantity to test it under many different circumstances to tease out its modus operand...

Researchers seek to demystify brain activity during mystical encounters

...esearchers intrigued, egging them on to unlock the secrets embedded in the brain’s nook and crannies//. In a bid to comprehend the link between profound experiences and their association with regions in the brain, a research team studied the activity of the brain of Christian Nuns, while they recalled divine...

Spanish flu virus – secrets uncovere

The scientists in the U.S. uncovered the secrets of the deadly Spanish flu that in 1918 took the lives of nearly 50 million people across the world.// The pandemic took lives of more people than the World war I. The reason for the severity of the virus was not understood then. Dr John Kash, of t...

Scientists Make World Breakthrough

...ding that of synchrotron radiation, to unravel the secrets of the toxin.” Source-Newswis SRM...

Supercentenarian Center to study longevity

...d more than 110 years. //The aim is to unearth the secrets of their long life and to develop tactics to conquer the aging effects and have an improved quality of life for these people. "The longer we wait, the more they're going to die and we will lose that information," said Dr. Stephen Coles, the foundat...

Splenda, Nutrasweet, Fda – Secrets Reveale

...ebsite, http://www.mercola.com, has revealed the// secrets of some artificial sweeteners. In his book, "Sweet...cola.com/ sweet-deception-aspartame. 'The hidden secrets I've uncovered in the book about the food and drug companies, and about the FDA as well, has great p...

Secrets of the Heart's Signals

...tists alike for millennia, yet the heart's deepest secrets remain tightly locked. Tulane biomechanical engineer Natalia Trayanova and her team may have the most incisive insight into the heart's electrical signals, with a three-dimensional virtual model that demonstrates cardiac activity from cellular to org...

Scientists Unravel Superbug That Kills in 24 Hours

Scientists have unlocked the secrets of a deadly superbug that attacks healthy young people and can kill within 24 hours.// The news is a vital first step in attempts to find a cure for the virulent disease, PVL-MRSA, that is highly resistant to current antibiotic treatments. Alre...

Natural Antibiotics Yield Secrets to Atom-level Imaging Technique

Frog skin and human lungs hold secrets to developing new antibiotics, and a technique called solid-state NMR spectroscopy// is a key to unlocking those secrets. That's the view of University of Michigan researcher Ayyalusamy Ramamoorthy, who will discuss his group's progress toward tha...

Penn Scientists Engineer Small Molecules to Probe Proteins Deep Inside Cell Membrane

...rane-embedded portions of proteins. To probe the secrets of these seemingly inaccessible proteins, researchers at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine have designed peptides that are able to bind to specific regions of transmembrane proteins, using computer algorithms, and information from exi...

UF Launches Project to Bridge the Regeneration Gap

...human brain and other diseases by plundering// the secrets of regeneration from creatures with remarkable powers of self-renewal, such as salamanders, newts, starfish and flatworms. Fueled by about $6 million in private donations, university support and state matching funds, "The Regeneration Project" will ...

Japanese Flower Art Helps Calm a Frantic Moscow

...da is one of dozens of masters sharing the ancient secrets of Ikebana with students seeking refuge from the frantic pace of the booming capital. "The city drains your energy and this creativity revives you. It allows you to defend yourself, to become a normal person again," said Dina Gorodetskaya, 47, a s...

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