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Strawberry daiquiris -- the extra-healthy cocktail?

...rries, meaning that a blackberry-crowned champagne cocktail might achieve the same effect. ...

Do you hear what i see?

...e the lips of the speaker—for example at a crowded cocktail party," he says. "However, currently it is not clear whether and how audio-visual interactions are specialized for the processing of communication signals. "The present study clearly shows where in the auditory system researchers have to focus." ...

New drug blocks influenza, including bird flu virus

...w agent could be used as part of an anti-influenza cocktail of drugs, much like those used to treat HIV infection. The team hopes to move the research into preclinical phase as quickly as possible. Currently, there are a few effective antiviral medications on the market for influenza, but they are beginnin...

Nanosecond-scale release of stinging jellyfish nematocysts

...efense. These miniature cellular weapons contain a cocktail of hemolytic and neurotoxic poisons, making some cnidarians the most venomous animals known. Injection of the toxins requires an effective release mechanism that breaks the physical barrier of the prey's outer-surface tissue. It was known already tha...

A sweet solution for Alzheimer's disease?

...mer's disease is probably going to be treated by a cocktail of drugs," he predicted. "Some of them might be this compound, or one like it, that blocks the toxicity and aggregation of amyloid." ...

Neurons grown from embryonic stem cells restore function in paralyzed rats

...ervous system. The rats that had received the full cocktail of treatments ?transplanted motor neurons, rolipram, dbcAMP, and GDNF-secreting neural stem cells in the sciatic nerve ?had several hundred transplant-derived axons extending into the peripheral nervous system, more than in any other group. The axons...

Rehydrate -- your RNA needs it

...ork. The network acts like a jostling crowd at a cocktail party, where hydrogen bonds---weak, electrostatic attractions between molecules or parts of molecules---take the place of handshakes. Water molecules trapped in ribozymes can form hydrogen bonds with other water molecules or with parts of the ribozym...

Evolution mystery: Spider venom and bacteria share same toxin

...Arizona. The toxin is uniquely found in the venom cocktail of brown or violin spiders, including the brown recluse, and in some Corynebacteria. The toxin from the spider's venom can kill flesh at the bite site; the bacterium causes various illnesses in farm animals. "Our research was inspired by the fact th...

New possibilities to fight pests with biological means

Corn plants emit a cocktail of scents when they are attacked by certain pests, such as a caterpillar known as the Egyptian cotton leaf worm. Parasitic wasps use these plant scents to localize the caterpillar and deposit their eggs on it, so that their offspring can feed on the...

Key To Stem Cell Transplant Success Is Tricking Immune System

...researchers said. The study finds that a hormonal cocktail routinely used in the lab induces a key genetic switch in the transition from fat-cell precursors to full-blown fat, researchers at University of Michigan Life Sciences Institute report in the September Cell Metabolism. "The body needs fat cells, bo...

Short-term Bio Sensors Monitor From Afar

...researchers said. The study finds that a hormonal cocktail routinely used in the lab induces a key genetic switch in the transition from fat-cell precursors to full-blown fat, researchers at University of Michigan Life Sciences Institute report in the September Cell Metabolism. "The body needs fat cells, bo...

System Drastically Cuts Down Botulism Detection Time

...researchers said. The study finds that a hormonal cocktail routinely used in the lab induces a key genetic switch in the transition from fat-cell precursors to full-blown fat, researchers at University of Michigan Life Sciences Institute report in the September Cell Metabolism. "The body needs fat cells, bo...

The making of a fat cell

...researchers said. The study finds that a hormonal cocktail routinely used in the lab induces a key genetic switch in the transition from fat-cell precursors to full-blown fat, researchers at University of Michigan Life Sciences Institute report in the September Cell Metabolism. "The body needs fat cells, bo...

Scavenger cells could be key to treating HIV-related dementia

...d dementia and others who did not. The well-known cocktail of antiretroviral drugs prescribed to most HIV patients has cut the number of HIV-associated dementia cases reported each year, Gonzalez-Scarano said. However, this is because the drugs slow the progression of the disease, he said. Patients still hav...

Opiate cocktail may spare cells from morphine's dark side

...ew study showing that the administration of a drug cocktail containing morphine along with small doses of two ... at the cell surface, the authors developed a drug cocktail containing morphine along with two chemical versions of the opioid methadone, which is tolerated, wi...

Huntington's cure in flies lays groundwork for broader treatment approaches

...ng alternative might be to simultaneously target a cocktail of gene-induced activities - all of which are set in motion, for example, by a single faulty gene. Yin has long worked in the area of "triplet expansion" diseases such as Huntington's and Fragile X, in which genes go haywire due to a coding defect. ...

Quantum dots provide a faster, more sensitive method for detecting respiratory viral infections

...rchers' next step will be to develop a quantum dot cocktail capable of simultaneously detecting the presence of at least five major respiratory viruses: influenza A and B, parainfluenza and metapneumovirus, in addition to RSV. This should be fairly straightforward, Wright says. In the current paper, Wright an...

Molecular miners find pain relief drugs from the sea

...r 500 species of cone snail, each with a different cocktail of venom peptides. Fortunately, most cone snails h... snail venom has to offer. In fact, the venom is a cocktail of thousands of biologically active compounds of which only a few hundred have been identified. Ass...

Scientists discover that three overlapping signals in embryo help get the backbone right

...ominant signaling center actually is a source of a cocktail of inhibitors," he said, "so inhibition is just as specific a signal in the embryo as is an activating signal." Since they discovered noggin, Harland and his colleagues have shown that in later stages of development, this protein factor is critical ...

Stem cells from brain transformed to produce insulin at Stanford

...ate professor at Kobe University in Japan, added a cocktail of chemicals in a sequence that they knew might prod the stem cells to mature into insulin-producing cells. After some trial and error, they found the right combination and sequence. The end result was a dish full of cells that could produce insulin ...

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