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Naked DNA Vaccination May Conquer Arthritis and Multiple Sclerosis

...atory peptides. Recent clinical trials have proven successful at inhibiting rheumatoid arthritis by using antibodies to counter inflammation-causing cytokines. There are, however, two key problems associated with using the neutralizing antibodies tested in the trials. First, they require frequent administration...

Ebola Virus - 'Outbreak' Claims More Lives In Uganda.

...a although researchers in Paris last week reported successful vaccine tests on monkeys. Most victims die of shock after days of high fever, chest pains, vomiting and extensive internal bleeding. Doctors can do little except provide supportive rehydration therapy...

Sperm washing helps couples – Breakthrough in focu

... Though man hasn’t been successful in conquering the HIV with such breakthroughs at least we can prevent the virus from spreading and thereby score at least a small victory against i....

Miracle cure for Alzheimer’s around the corner

...human testing ,the first stages of which have been successful and the vaccine declared safe to be administered. If proven successful it would be an enormous breakthrough. Though being tried as a cure for mild to moderate illness, it...

Gay capital reeling with rising HIV infection

...ause for this sudden spurt? Hold your breath! The successful control of spread of HIV infection in the area has made the high risk gay men lower their guard and the virus has struck back with a vengeance. Aggressive prevention programmes, safe sex and sex education drives promoting condoms had all resulted in ...

Infant receives first bloodless liver transplant

...is the first of its kind in an infant but with the successful result obtained many more similar procedures will follow suit./p>...

Smoking a greater risk than HIV? Yes say health experts!!!!

... are forced to drop tariff barriers against highly successful international brands. Whatever be the reason one this is clear! Smoking is a sure killer. And in the years to come it will turn out to be the deadliest....

India to benefit from pharma companies' move

... Africa. Mandela is hailing the move as the second successful revolution. Several independent groups in Britain are now rising to support what is developing into a legal revolution against drug apartheid. Street power is giving way to Internet power to make opposition known. Close to a million signed an Intern...

Hundred million dollar gift for malaria institute

... is among the few institutions trying to develop a successful vaccine or new drug treatments. Dr. Diane Griffin, professor and chair of the Department of Molecular Microbiology and Immunology, will oversee the project. University officials ultimately expect the program to have 12 lead scientists and between 12...

Award for TTK Chitra heart valve prosthesis

...e and Technology have bagged theNational award for successful commercialization of indigenous technology 2001 for developing artificial heart valve prosthesis.It is a tilting disc valve design incorporating a metallic housing, which is integrally machined from a cobalt based wrought alloy. The circular disc ins...

Vedic vibration technology- the new cure for arthritis

...tive in arthritis treatment. How effective and how successful this treatment is, only time can tell....

Indian Doctor granted US patent on organ regeneration

...n humans have also been regenerated. Only limited successful human trials have been conducted, but the surgeon says the technique has been perfected in monkeys. Dr. Matapurkar discloses that he uses certain special cells called steam cells which are present in the body and have the capacity to transform into ...

Vitamin E, the latest warrior against diabetes

...arrior against the disease. Only time can say how successful this warrior is, in his mission....

New Laser Techniques cure degeneration of the eye

...requires trained skills. Doctors feel, the key to successful treatment is early self-diagnosis. This is effective, when doctors recommend patients to visit an optometrist or eye specialist if they notice any change in the clarity of their vision....

New snoring cure

...way of treating tissue at the back of the mouth is successful in relieving snoring. Around 40 per cent of men and 30 per cent of women have a problem with snoring - and it gets worse with age. The main problem is vibrations in the soft palate - the area of tissue at the back of the mouth including the uvula, th...

Miscarriage linked to late embryos

...te of Environmental Health Sciences found.But most successful pregnancies implant eight, nine or ten days after the egg's release from the ovary, with those implanting on day eight having the greatest chance of success.// The researchers speculate that late-implanting embryos may be weaker and that rejection ...

Radiofrequency catheter ablation safe for infants

... experienced physicians are more likely to perform successful procedures in infants than those with less experience."...

Stem cell research

...e grown human nerve cells in the lab, in the first successful attempt to control the development of embryonic stem cells. Their work is a major step towards the production of replacement tissues for treating neurodegenerative conditions like Parkinson's and Alzheimer's disease. Researchers worldwide have been ...

Hope For Stiff-Person Syndrome

...eated with Valium (diazepam), which is only mildly successful at controlling symptoms. While the cause of stiff-person syndrome is unknown, doctors had suspected that it may be an autoimmune disorder. About 1 in every million people has the disorder, though it is often misdiagnosed and may be more common than ...

Asprin aids in pregnancy

...a.// Taking low-dose aspirin may help women have a successful pregnancy, say the researchers. The researchers reviewed more than 23 previous studies of more than 22,000 women to assess the benefits of anti-platelet drugs, of which low-dose aspirin is the most common. They found that women who had taken anti-p...

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(Date:4/17/2014)... signs of chronic inflammation in non-cancerous prostate tissue may ... cancer than those with no inflammation, according to results ... Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center. , The link between ... with so-called high-grade prostate cancer those with a ... presence of the most aggressive and rapidly growing prostate ...
(Date:4/17/2014)... Biology and Medicine a multidisciplinary research team ... in the Institute of Genomic Biology (IGB) on ... describe their recent work on subcellular redox homeostasis. ... functions including energy metabolism, signaling, and transcriptional processes. ... cellular behavior, redox status has been recognized as ...
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Breaking Biology News(10 mins):East African honeybees are safe from invasive pests… for now 2East African honeybees are safe from invasive pests… for now 3Methane climate change risk suggested by proof of redox cycling of humic substances 2
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