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Reddy Asks Stanford University to Open Hyderabad Campus

...o other parts of the world. "We are committed to transforming the lives of those in our communities - locally, nationally and globally," he said. After winding up a four-day visit to the US, Reddy, along with other officials, has left for Singapore....

U.S. Child Health System Needs Total Overhaul

... and developmental needs. The authors warn that transforming the child health care system is not only an ethical and social imperative but an economic one. “The outmoded operating system and obsolete logic employed by the U.S. child health system is analogous to a modern business ignoring the Internet, Wind...

U.S. Child Health System Needs Total Overhaul

...l and developmental needs. The authors warn that transforming the child health care system is not only an ethical and social imperative but an economic one. “The outmoded operating system and obsolete logic employed by the U.S. child health system is analogous to a modern business ignoring the Internet, Windo...

Stem Cells in Liposuctioned Fat can Heal Injuries

...NA methylation, for instance, boost the chances of transforming fat stem cells from one cell type into another. "Look at a cell’s epigenetic profile," says Collas, "and you may be able to predict what that cell is likely to turn into." These epigenetic signatures have grabbed everyone’s attention, acknowledges ...

New Treatment Offers Hope for Systemic Sclerosis

... of SSc suggest the central role of two cytokines, transforming growth factor ? (TGF?) and platelet-derived growth factor (PDGF), in the development of fibrosis through stimulating the synthesis of extracellular matrix (ECM) proteins. On the strength of these findings, researchers at the University of Erlangen-Nu...

Gene Variant associated with Schizophrenia identified

...ind more effective treatments and potential cures, transforming the future for the one in 100 who suffer from this devastating condition." GYT...

Protein Molecules in blood predict preeclampsia development

...mal blood pressure. Similarly, a molecule known as transforming growth factor beta (TGF beta) binds to endoglin, and this binding is also required to keep blood vessels healthy. Dr. Levine explained that the prevailing theory holds that, when the placenta isn't able to absorb sufficient oxygen from the mother's...

Scientists Review Loeys-Dietz Syndrome in the Largest Ever Study to date

...he DNA sequences that encode for two proteins, the transforming growth factor-beta protein receptors type 1 (TGF-betaR1) and type 2 (TGF-betaR2). All cases of Loeys-Dietz studied so far have mutations in either TGF-betaR1 or TGF-betaR2. The two TGF-beta receptors act together to bind TGF-beta, a family of signa...

PM Stresses Need for More Awareness on Human Sexuality

...f our population policy, must be one of positively transforming people into social and national assets," he said. Unfortunately, one of the biggest hurdles faced by the policy makers is he misplaced perceptions and ill-informed attitudes, the prime minister said underlining need for parliamentarians to spread ...

Deficient 'Scout Cells' Causes Cancer in Transplant Patients

... T cells about the virus. That substance is called transforming growth factor-beta (TGFb). .<br. The researchers discovered this by exposing healthy human scout cells to TGFb. Next, they combined the scout cells with T cells and PTLD-like cancer cells. ,br.The T cells that grew alongside the scout cells expos...

Researchers Enhance Safety and Effectiveness of Therapeutic Virus that Fights Cancer

...n cancer cells -- and are therefore vital to fully transforming viruses into safe therapeutic agents. Source: ewswise...

Safety of Cancer Therapeutic Viruses Enhanced

...n cancer cells -- and are therefore vital to fully transforming viruses into safe therapeutic agents. Source:Eurekalert...

Medical Education in Australia Embroiled in Scandals

...offer nearly 1.3 million consultations. Instead of transforming General practice into a coveted profession, the reputation stands marred by misadministration. Now, it is evident that many GP's prefer to work part time and there are very few who opt for a career in General Practice. In totality, Doctors are overw...

Placental Protein Leads To The Onset Of Preeclampsia - Researcher Finds

...tal for Sick Children, Toronto.) A co-receptor for transforming growth factor beta family proteins, endoglin is ex...rs – vascular endothelial growth factor [VEGF] and transforming growth factor beta,’ explains Karumanchi. ‘The diminished signaling of these growth factors in the v...

Mouse Model Beneficial to Study of Head and Neck Cancer

...ain of mice to specifically lack expression of the transforming growth factor beta receptor II (TGFbRII) in epithelial cells of the oral cavity. By then introducing activating mutations in either the H-ras or K-ras (two different isoforms of the Ras GTPase), the researchers were able to induce invasive HNSCC with...

Biocon To Shift Focus On Innovation To Accelerate Growth

...s future growth aggressively. // "We are rapidly transforming from a generics API (active pharmaceutical ingredients) manufacturer into an innovator for developing a robust pipeline of new molecules. "We believe this strategy will deliver strong and sustainable growth in the future," Biocon chairperson Kiran ...

AIDS Deaths On The Rise Due To Low Access To Antiretroviral Treatment

...atment. This fundamental change in expectations is transforming our hopes of tackling not just HIV/AIDS, but other diseases as well." Launched by WHO and UNAIDS on World AIDS Day - Dec 1 2003 - '3-by-5' aimed at providing treatment to three million people in low and middle-income countries by the end of 2005. ...

Designer Strawberries

... who has developed highly efficient techniques for transforming apple, remarked: "The commercial strawberry familiar to most consumers is octoploid, which means that it contains eight sets of chromosomes. By using a close relative that has two sets of chromosomes and a significantly smaller genome, the researcher...

Protein Complex prevents cancer

...tein complexes which is found to protect cell from transforming into aneuploidy state, which has an abnormal number of chromosomes leading to cell instability which leads to cancerous cells.// Professor Jan Van Deursen and his research team from Mayo Clinic have found that the two protein complex Rae1 – Nup98 hav...

Dr Reddy’s Strikes Deal With Rheoscience For Type 2 Diabetes Dru

...unity to commercialise NCEs in key markets thereby transforming Dr Reddy's into an innovation driven business," said G.V. Prasad, CEO of Dr Reddy's Laboratories. "This deal together with the announcement of Perlecan (Wednesday) reflects our commitment to accelerate the discovery efforts as well as clinical devel...

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