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Translating Structure into Function

...les those that exist only briefly as the catalyst turns the substrate into a new molecule. Because these intermediates are unstable, scientists have until now been unable to test their fit to the enzymes active site. Once the scientists had predicted the substrate, Raushel, a professor of chemistry at...

Nanospectrometer Aids in Identifying Nutrient Cycle

...tion. The drop in nitrogen starts a process that turns the cell into a heterocyst.Nealson described the study as a technology demonstration in one of the toughest systems to study in the world. He predicted that NanoSIMS would find general applications in biology and medical research. The technology pr...

Americans Grow Shorter, Blame It on Weak Healthcare

...s suffered a disastrous decline in stature .It now turns out that literally too Americans have been growing shorter these days, falling behind the Europeans. The title of the study published by Benjamin Lauderdale at Princeton University and John Komlos at the University of Munich in the Social Science Q...

FDA Approve S Robotic Device to Help Stroke Patients

...ugh with the aid of the robot. This experience, it turns out, may be a crucial part of the relearning process. Robotic devices are also well suited to repetitive movement therapy because they can do the same thing two million times with perfect consistency, said Dr. Steven C. Cramer, a neurologist at the...

Food Fortification With Folic Acid Does The Trick

...cts, which occur when the neural tube, which later turns into the brain and spine, fails to form properly in the womb. This takes place within the first weeks of a pregnancy, often before a woman knows she is pregnant.Spina bifida and anencephaly are the two most common neural tube defects. The provinces...

Determining the Sex of the Baby in Wild West Way

...ve bonded with the fetus thinking its a boy and it turns out to be girl there could be negativity in the mind set. It's sort of a Wild West out there," says medical geneticist Diana Bianchi of the Tufts-New England Medical Center in Boston. "We've been tracking their websites to see what they're selling,...

Singapore's Dr. Love Brings Good Sex to Indonesia

... find out what communities really want to know and turns the idea of preaching to students at school about sex on its head. Dr. Love is upbeat about the prospect of Indonesians getting involved, saying they are more relaxed about such things than their reputedly straitlaced Singaporean neighbours. "The...

Sensible Diet, Exercise and Weight Control Increases Longevity

...he brain is exposed to less insulin. Since insulin turns on Irs2 in the brain, that means lower Irs2 activity, which weve linked to longer lifespan in the mouse. The study was co-authored by Akiko Taguchi and Lynn Wartschow in Whites laboratory in the Division of Endocrinology at Childrens Hospital Bost...

Penis Loses Its Most Sensitive Parts During Circumcision Process

...that what boys lose in the process of circumcision turns out to be the most sensitive parts of the penis. The long-term-health impact of neo-natal circumcision has received little study, while the consequences of circumcision on sexual function in the adult male have received even less attention. But ...

Michael Moore's 'Sicko' Freely Available on the Internet

...the US Government tried to confiscate it. "As it turns out, the hard part won't be getting the film released, but getting audiences to pay to see it now that it is available for free," the New York Post quoted AdAge as writing....

Lindsay Lohan Gets Another Vodka Deal!

... At the urging of her therapist, the actress, who turns 21 on July 2, earlier spent 30 days at the Wonderland Center, another addiction treatment place in Laurel Canyon, in January and February. "It's a tough time for her right now. Everyone is hoping that this is a learning lesson to all," another close ...

Weizmann Researchers Developed Control Switch for Protein Activity

...e surprised by the effectiveness of the method it turns out that a small set of engineered proteins is needed to find the ones that respond to the drug. With their greater resources, biotechnology companies will be able to create much larger sets of engineered proteins in order to find one that best meets...

Two, Not One Networks Rule Brain's Voluntary Chain-of-command

...ignal. "When you start doing a task, this signal turns on," Petersen explains. "It stays constant while y...ou're doing the task, and then when you're done it turns off." On the contrary, the front parietal network was constantly active at the start of mental tas...

'Lights Out' as London Does Its Bit for Climate Change

...s its bit for the fight against global warming and turns off its lights. The Houses of Parliament, luxury hotels like the Ritz and key businesses have confirmed they will take part in the "Lights Out" campaign from 9:00 pm to 10:00 pm (2000-2100 GMT) Thursday. The initiative, spearheaded by a local ra...

Research Studies on Molecular Switches of Gene

... of The EMBO Journal. CREB is like a plumber who turns on the water flow in a pipe system by using a certain tool, Brindle said. What we discovered is that the CREB plumber requires different tools to turn on different genes; and that each gene determines which set of co-factor tools from CREBs toolbox i...

Indian Projects Win Top Ashden Awards

...nts for cooking and a specially designed unit that turns the slurry from the biogas plant into high quality Sarah Butler-Sloss, Executive Chair and chair of the judging panel said: "Our winners show how sustainable energy can improve health, education and livelihoods and at the same time reduce carbon em...

New Innovation in Clubfoot Treatment

...he Ponseti method must wear a nighttime brace that turns their feet away from the body for three to four years following the initial casting treatment. The brace has open-toed, high-top shoes attached to a shoulder-width fixed metal bar. Because of skin blistering and the brace's restriction of leg motio...

Canadian Mountain Bikers Hit by Bacterial Infection

...into a puddle. It gets churned up with dirt, which turns into mud, which covers everybody," said Miller. Suspect No. 2? The ground- water, he said. "There's been a couple of reports of people stopping and filling up the camelpacks and water bottles at some of the creeks along the way, too," he said, ad...

Tech Heads Go Gaga Waiting for Apple's IPhone

...cal charity organization "Keep A Child Alive" took turns holding the first spot in line. They arrived at 7 a.m. Tuesday set on buying an iPhone and selling it at auction to help buy medicine for needy children in Africa. "We're hoping to be the first in the world," said Johnny Vulkan, who rotates his spo...

Lets Care For Our Physicians A Salute to Them on Doctors Day!

...ose altruism brings them back to home ground. This turns out to be a turbulent period for many who are at the receiving end of illogical government policies, corruption and politics. These self-motivated individuals are left sorting out parochial issues instead of sharing their expertise in home territory....

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