Navigation Links

Tag: "complement" at biology news

Corals -- More complex than you?

...any as 20 or 25,000 genes, compared with the human complement of 20-23,000." Why a simple creature should have such a huge genetic repertoire is a mystery, but scientists are excited by it because corals are near the root of the family tree of all living animals and can throw new light on the origin of such ...

Fat screen delivers plant-derived chemical with antidiabetic effects

...pproach for treating insulin resistance that might complement the use of preexisting drugs and, more generally, provides validation for fat cell screens as a promising strategy for identifying new metabolic drugs, according to the researchers. While harmine itself has effects on the central nervous system th...

Warts vaccine -- 1 of many in pipeline

... amongst the first to benefit." A vaccine would complement both the pap smear program and currently available vaccines to prevent infections. Genital warts are transmitted by skin contact and the 2003 Australian Study of Sex and Relationships of 20,000 adults revealed four percent of people had had visibl...

Spud origin controversy solved

...ue of plant evolutionary studies to understand and complement breeding programs? Spooner and other scientists now plan to further investigate the origin of the European potato from DNA extracted from herbarium specimens of cultivated potatoes collected in Europe before 1845. “The results of these studies...

Scientists seek useful traits in wild cottons

...ther scientists and the public. This database will complement the Texas A&M University System's cotton breeding program, Gannaway said. An overview of that program is online at http://lubbock.tamu.edu/news/2007/LScapesWinter06.pdf . Under Gannaway's guidance as lead researcher, Experiment Station...

Genetic pathways to curable and incurable forms of pancreatic cancer identified

...se studies suggest is that it's not just the total complement of mutations that determines the behavior of these cancers but also the sequence in which the mutations arise." About 5 percent of all primary tumors of the pancreas, out of 40,000 annual new cases in the United States, arise from cystic tumors. ...

Carnegie Mellon University research shows how sensory-deprived brain compensates

... with a whisker on one side of its head and a full complement of whiskers on the other side. "These findings show us that a fully functioning set of whiskers on one side of the body dramatically inhibits the ability of a single whisker to remodel the brain," said Barth. "This finding suggests that we could ...

Scientists map air pollution using corn grown in US fields

... has been mapped using plants. This new method may complement existing air sampling techniques because plants provide a cost-effective way to record average daytime conditions over several months. Plants take in carbon dioxide gas, from both background and fossil fuel sources, during photosynthesis, and it beco...

NIH neuroscience microarray consortium launches high-throughput genotyping services

... that the "Illumina platform provides an important complement to the other technologies currently available through the NIH Neuroscience Microarray Consortium and will significantly aid the research goals of the neuroscientist." ...

Novel laboratory technique nudges genes into activity

... team used strands of RNA that were tailor-made to complement the DNA sequence of a specific gene in isolated breast cancer cells. Once the RNA was introduced into the protein mix, the gene was activated, ultimately resulting in a reduced rate of growth in the cancer cells. Dr. Corey said that while it’s cl...

Discovery in the evolution of the immune system absorbing cells

...ity and power of the innate immune response of the complement system in lower vertebrates, whereas mammals have developed greater effectiveness and specialisation in the adaptive mechanism of antibodies....

Supercomputing equipment to advance the frontiers of computational biology

...ersity Research (SUR) program, this Blue Gene will complement the $100 million partnership between Rensselaer, IBM, and New York state to create one of the world's most powerful university-based supercomputing centers. The equipment will provide a resource for scientists to gain experience with the Blue Gene c...

Two central mysteries in genome inheritance solved at UCSD

...the resulting daughter cells will lack the correct complement of genomic information ? a situation that is dangerous as it can promote cancerous transformation," said Desai. Cells avoid such a fate by detecting errors in attachment to the spindle, breaking down these defective attachments and starting over. ...

Neural stem cells lend the brain a surprising capacity for self-repair

...brain in which the SVZ resides. Without the normal complement of genes, that wall "disintegrated," he said, leaving holes in the brain. Surprisingly, they reported, the ventricular damage was eventually repaired. SVZ reconstitution and remodeling of the ventricular wall was driven by progenitor cells that esc...

Innovative movies show real-time immune-cell activity within tumors

...chers then designed a second set of experiments to complement the first. In the first set of experiments, the T cells were varied in two groups of mice while the target tumor cells were uniform. In the second set, the T cells were uniform while the tumor cells varied in two groups of mice according to whether o...

Cardiologist's 'living chip' changes science of disease monitoring

...sulted in the hiring of two full-time employees to complement an existing multidisciplinary team of scientific, engineering and business experts. "We believe this technology will change the face of medical monitoring and, ultimately, device therapy for many types of patients," Rosero said. The company utili...

Most widely used organic pesticide requires help to kill

...whether or not the insect gut contained its normal complement of microbes. However, if the engineered E. coli was killed before administration, it only killed those caterpillars whose microbial gut flora were intact. "The significance of the microbial community has been overlooked," Broderick asserts. "Ultima...

Parental genes do what's best for baby

...ow an adaptive fit with their mother’s genes; they complement each other and so work better together to produce the placenta.? ...

Genetic 'roadmap' charts links between drugs and human disease

...language of "genomic signatures," meaning the full complement of genes that the drugs turn on and off. To create a first-generation Connectivity Map, the scientists measured the genomic signatures of more than 160 drugs and other biologically active compounds. They next developed a computer program to compar...

High-tech research shows cocaine changes proteins and brain function

... The researchers compared the proteome (the entire complement of proteins expressed at a given time) between the two groups by separating all of the proteins and then using high-throughput mass spectrometry which allowed the accurate identifcation of thousands of proteins simultaneously, Hemby said. The unbia...

1 2 3

Other Tags
(Date:6/29/2015)... , June 24, 2015 ... addition of the "Latin America Biomedical Sensors Market ... their offering. The Latin America Biomedical Sensors ... a CAGR of 2.04% over the period 2014-2020 ... are adaptable to the genetic formulation of each individual. ...
(Date:6/25/2015)... According to a new ... Area), Technology, Material (Optical Prism, Piezoelectric, Capacitive & ... Others) & Geography - Global Forecast to 2014 ... is expected to reach $14,500.07 Million by 2020, ... Browse 76 market Tables and 109 Figures spread ...
(Date:6/25/2015)... N.J. , June 25, 2015  TAKE Solutions ... a patent by the United States Patent and Trademark ... Standardization". This process leverages TAKE Solutions, Clinical Accelerators to ... over 50% (when compared to standardization without the accelerators), ... At the heart of ...
Breaking Biology News(10 mins):Latin America Biomedical Sensors Market Report 2015-2020 2Fingerprint Sensors Market Worth $14,500.07 Million by 2020 2Fingerprint Sensors Market Worth $14,500.07 Million by 2020 3Fingerprint Sensors Market Worth $14,500.07 Million by 2020 4TAKE Solutions Awarded Patent By USPTO 2
(Date:7/6/2015)... ... July 07, 2015 , ... Currently, mobile ... incidence of AIDS, advances in the molecular diagnostic technologies, wide availability of immunosuppressive ... in detection technologies and genetic engineering also open lucrative opportunities for the market ...
(Date:7/6/2015)... ... July 06, 2015 , ... University of Pittsburgh ... guidelines for thyroid cancer testing to reflect newly available tests that better incorporate personalized ... and how to interpret thyroid cancer tests is published in the July issue of ...
(Date:7/6/2015)... ... July 06, 2015 , ... Invitation to Cover: , Most ... a large gap between the unmet health priorities in the region and the ... reduce unnecessary or ineffective treatments or procedures. , This milestone conference, sponsored by ...
(Date:7/6/2015)... , ... July 06, 2015 , ... doTERRA, the leading ... its executive management team. Most recently, Jowers held the position as Director of the ... , After spending a decade building the institute, Jowers states that he was ready ...
(Date:7/6/2015)... ... July 06, 2015 , ... With a new ... again teamed up with Family Emergency Shelter Coalition (FESCO) and announced a new ... was created especially to provide emergency services and support for homeless families, all ...
Breaking Medicine News(10 mins):Health News:World Infectious Disease Testing Market Examined by VPGMarketResearch.com in In-Demand Report Available at MarketPublishers.com 2Health News:World Infectious Disease Testing Market Examined by VPGMarketResearch.com in In-Demand Report Available at MarketPublishers.com 3Health News:Pitt Scientists Lead Consensus Guidelines for Thyroid Cancer Molecular Tests 2Health News:Pitt Scientists Lead Consensus Guidelines for Thyroid Cancer Molecular Tests 3Health News:Pitt Scientists Lead Consensus Guidelines for Thyroid Cancer Molecular Tests 4Health News:Pitt Scientists Lead Consensus Guidelines for Thyroid Cancer Molecular Tests 5Health News:Columbia Nursing Nairobi Summit: Setting a Clinical Research Agenda for Africa 2Health News:doTERRA Welcomes Kirk Jowers to Its Executive Team 2Health News:doTERRA Welcomes Kirk Jowers to Its Executive Team 3Health News:doTERRA Welcomes Kirk Jowers to Its Executive Team 4Health News:Carlson & Associates Insurance Agency and Nonprofit Family Emergency Shelter Coalition (FESCO) Initiate New Charity Campaign in Alameda County, CA to Provide for Homeless 2Health News:Carlson & Associates Insurance Agency and Nonprofit Family Emergency Shelter Coalition (FESCO) Initiate New Charity Campaign in Alameda County, CA to Provide for Homeless 3
Other Contents