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Indian Government Keen On JE Vaccine Supply And Patenting Of Indian Medicine Formulations

...Library has already been set up in addition to the translation services involving diverse languages such as Persian, English, French, Spanish, German and Sanskrit. Furthermore, he sated that efforts are being taken up in full swing to bring in an amendment to the Medical Council of India Act to make MCI more t...

Christmas, Carols And Unique Indian Christianity

...for instance, is still the first reference for any translation needed. And German missionary Herman Gündert is still appreciated for his foresight in bringing out the first Malayalam-English dictionary. The Catholic Church in India comprises three individual Churches - Latin, Malabar and Malankara. Among the ot...

Understanding the RNA binding protein and its functions inside the cell

...ting RNA from one site to another inside the cell, translation of RNA into proteins and degrading the used RNA. ... those involved in the targeting, degradation, and translation of RNAs into proteins. This will help them to identify those RNAs which play a role in the disease p...

Sperms not silent in the Female reproductive Tract

...ty, have differed in this, expressing that protein translation takes place in the sperm of mammals, before fertilization. According to the findings, sperms stay in the female reproductive tract for a good many hours after they are ejaculated, and during this time they experience a lot of bio-chemical changes , t...

Epstein-Barr Virus May Be May Be A Cause For Multiple Sclerosis

...mportant because it will provide the basis for the translation of this epidemiologic finding into new ways to treat and prevent MS." ...

Effect Of Alcohol On Motor Skills

...specific network that underlies the processing and translation of visual and motor commands. The poor coordination one feels after a couple of drinks is due to the poor feedback processing in brain areas critical for updating the mental models for motor action. While this idea is not entirely new, our demonstrat...

Gene Defects Determine Susceptibility to Cancer and Bone Marrow Failure

...ol of ribosome activity and how disruptions in RNA translation predispose people to cancer. His new study shows that specific defects in RNA translation underlie a progressive disease called dyskeratosis congenita. It involves multiple organ systems and...

Restriction of Carbohydrates to Prevent Alzheimer's Disease

...omedical researchers with an emphasis on the rapid translation of discoveries of basic research into new techniques for fighting disease. One indication of Mount Sinai’s leadership in scientific investigation is its receipt during fiscal year 2005 of $174.1 million in research support from the NIH. Mount Sinai S...

Getting Serious About Suicide Prevention

...reate new scientific knowledge and to catalyze its translation into improved health, more effective health services and products, and a strengthened Canadian health care system. Composed of 13 Institutes, CIHR provides leadership and support to more than 10,000 health researchers and trainees across Canada. So...

Protein Splicing Upsets the DNA Colinearity Paradigm

...mbled in a linear fashion to form the template for translation from RNA to protein. “Until now it was thought that colinearity of DNA and protein sequences was only interrupted by RNA splicing,” says LICR's Dr. Benoit Van den Eynde, the study's senior author. "This new study shows that protein splicing also oc...

‘Evil’ Gene causing ‘glue ear’ in ids

...lication. This gene codes for protein that aids in translation of other DNA code into instructions for the body. In the study, it was found to affect the cells lining the middle ear at the spot of inflammation in the Junbo mouse. Professor Brown said: "Because the Junbo mouse provides a model of how otitis me...

Biomarkers Found Harmful For Human Lupus

... suppressing genes (RNA serves as the template for translation of genes into proteins). The research is part of Mishra's broader focus on histones, the tiny spools in the nuclei of cells around which DNA winds and compacts when it is not in the process of copying in cell division. Changes in these histones, ca...

Pair of MicroRNA Molecules Controls Major Oncogene in Most Common Leukemia

...g them from producing messenger RNA or can inhibit translation of the genes by blocking production of proteins from messenger RNA, according to Pekarsky. Earlier this year the investigators provided the first direct evidence that over-expression of an miRNA molecule could result in development of cancer have sin...

Alzheimer’s Disease: Let’s Weigh-In on the Riss

...ntia), an initiative which seeks to accelerate the translation of research about AD and dementia by linking researchers with communities.” “Almost 25 per cent of Canadians have someone with AD in their family. Research into the causes of, or solutions to AD is significant as research may hold the key to unlock...

New Lung Cancer Vaccine Headed for Bigger Trial

... widely available to lung cancer patients. "The translation of basic research into patient benefit is the major focus of our work and we hope that new ventures will lead to many more such drugs entering trials in the future," said Harpal Kumar, chief operating officer of Cancer Research UK. Source-IANS...

The Pill Comes Under the Spotlight

...her measures of product acceptability to the user, translation of clinical trial findings of efficacy and safety into "real world" effectiveness and safety, extended dosing regimens, phase 4 commitments by applicants for further investigation, generally of uncommon but serious safety issues and role and impact o...

A Patented Device for Rapid Diagnosis of Diseases

... with the malfunctioning of the mechanisms for the translation of our genetic code such as, possibly, the degenerative pathologies of Parkinsons and Alzheimer, amongst others, or of metabolic disorders. Another field of application of great interest is in the forensic field, medical tests for paternity or even p...

Drug Strategy Makes Cancer Genes Get Lost in Translation

...ts such weak mRNA, preferentially interrupting its translation into active proteins. As a result, the molecule, c...r of Harvard Medical School. Therapies targeted at translation might have general use in tackling many forms of cancer, regardless of its genetic origin, given tha...

Brain Tissue Reveals Possible Genetic Trigger for Schizophrenia

...es of the protein coding mRNA, thus preventing the translation of mRNA to protein. When a cell needs certain proteins, the microRNAs may disconnect, thus allowing protein expression to resume. Using postmortem prefrontal cortical brain tissue of people with schizophrenia and persons who had no psychiatric ill...

Most Pediatricians Do Not Hire Professional Interpreters for Bilingual Patients

... A medical term in one language may have no direct translation in another language," adding, "We know that proper language services are linked with better health care outcomes; we need to reduce the burden on health care providers" Source-Kaiser Family Foundation/L...

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