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Test-tube Babies: Mood Swings are Key to Fertility Choice

... better understanding of the risks and benefits of transferring more or fewer embryos, and the acceptability of SET (single-embryo transfer) were to increase, there could be huge benefits, not just emotionally and physically to mothers and children, but also in terms of costs to healthcare systems,' he said....

Womens Mood Plays a Key Role in Infertility Treatment

... better understanding or the risks and benefits of transferring more or fewer embryos, and the acceptability of SET were to increase, there could be huge benefits, not just emotional and physically to mothers and children, but also in terms of costs to healthcare systems, he said....

The Importance of Junk DNA

...e area of gene therapy. Scientists may find that transferring encoding genes into a patient, without also transferring the surrounding genomic sequences which give structure or meaning to these genes, would render gene ...

Preimplanted Genetic Screening Should Be Interpreted With Caution

...at fulfil these conditions, we nevertheless prefer transferring more embryos back to the uterus rather than carrying out PGS biopsies for them on day 3, assuming that natural selection will usually favour the normal embryos for implantation, she says. Our results can explain why PGS would not be able to increas...

Novel Treatment Beneficial for Colon and Liver Cancer

...gy used genetic therapy with non-viral vectors for transferring genetic material to the cancerous cells. With this technique, we can assure the therapeutic function of the drug in a wide variety of tissues. In addition, we can apply the treatment repeatedly, since it does not generate immunity, as occurs with vir...

New Cervical Cancer Test Increases the Detection Rate of Abnormal Cells

...n many countries. Conventional smears are made by transferring material, taken from the cervix by a collection instrument, directly onto a glass slide. LBC slides are made by rinsing the collection instrument in liquid to produce a suspension, which is processed in a laboratory to produce a single layer of cells...

New Mouse Model to Aid in Cancer-causing Genes Hunt

...tute. Conventional mouse models are developed by transferring a cancer-causing oncogene into a mouse embryo. "You plug it into the mouse, and lo and behold, it gets cancer. But that's rigging the game -- it's not identical to the process by which tumors normally arise," Maser said. These tumors dont have ...

Prison Healthcare Under Strain as Overcrowding Crisis Worsens, Warns BMA

... Prison Healthcare Services Increasing delays in transferring prisoners to hospital facilities because there are not enough prison officers to act as escorts. There has been no communication from the Government to prison doctors about the overcrowding crisis. This has lead to a widespread feeling of professiona...

Wiping Out Memories Selectively, is Possible Now

...inful of memories. The brain secures memories by transferring them from short-term to long-term storage, through a process called reconsolidation. It has been shown before that this process can be interrupted by drugs. Researchers at the Centre for Neural Science at New York University tried to find out whet...

Clones On the Menu

... a copy of a sheep named Dolly. Clones are made by transferring genetic material from an adult cell into an egg whose nucleus has been removed. Scientists then stimulate cell division in a lab until the cloned embryo is ready to be implanted into a female host animal. As this is the case the public may have the...

Researchers Create Genetically-Matched Embryonic Stem Cells for Transplantation

...ly demanding and inefficient process that involves transferring the nucleus of a donor cell into an egg from which the nucleus has been removed. “We will not stop testing nuclear transfer, because it is the only means we know for generating embryonic stem cells that are genetically identical to a patient,” say...

National Neonatology Forum Plans to Celebrate Newborn Week

...born care at home and recognition of danger signs, transferring sick newborns from home to referral centres and caring for sick or low birth neonates. The NNF has evolved a project cooperation agreement with UNICEF to provide care packages in 10 districts in collaboration with the governments of Bihar, Jharkhan...

Journalist Alok Tomar arrested

...he magazine, had registered a case against him for transferring the company's money to his account. Without giving further details, the officer said the amount was "in lakhs of rupees". Asked why the anti-terrorism wing of Delhi Police had made the arrest, Kumar simply said: "The case was transferred to us re...

Are mature cells better than stem cells for cloning?

...hod of cloning in which, an embryo is generated by transferring the nucleus or the genetic material of the cell to an unfertilized egg whose own genetic material has been removed. The embryo generated is an exact replica of the donor of the genetic material. Scientists had pinned their hopes on stem cells as th...

600 Doctors Transferred in Punjab

...ale transfer of doctors. The association said that transferring doctors in the middle of the academic session would disturb most of their families as their children are in school or college. The association has decided to oppose the transfers. Source-IANS...

Elusive Step In DNA Mutation Uncovered By Researchers

...eighboring water molecules. The complex breaks up, transferring one of its protons (a positively charged hydrogen atom) to the neighboring water molecule, making a hydronium ion H3O+. This leaves the guanine neutral, with the rest of the first water molecule attached to it and prepares it for the rest of the alre...

Only A Few Differentiating Factors Between Adult And Stem Cells

...er parts of the body can also be "reprogrammed" by transferring their nuclear contents into egg cell precursors called oocytes or by fusion with embryonic stem cells, earlier studies showed. Those findings provided evidence that unfertilized eggs and embryonic stem cells contain factors that can confer pluripot...

"Serious Failings" Led To Spread Of Lethal Hospital Bug

...ommends that the hospital must review criteria for transferring patients between wards and ensure that wards are properly cleaned and infection control is prioritised. The hospital has 60 days to implement these measures. "We are determined to learn everything we can from the report, and fully accept the Health...

UK Government to Outlaw Sex Selection of Babies

... cystic fibrosis and Huntington's disease to avoid transferring the faulty gene on to their children. In addition it is possible to test embryos for some cancers caused by a "lower penetrance" gene - meaning not everyone who inherits the faulty gene will go on to develop the disease. Ms Flint has also rejecte...

Dolly Paves the Way for Exhaustive Stem Cell Research

...sful clone out of 270 embryos that were created by transferring a nucleus into an egg. But now with the latest technique it has improved by 2 to 5 %. Wilmut hopes to see a new break through in the new form of medicine based on stem-cell therapy. Wilmut said that some researchers were trying to find a direct wa...

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