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Millions of children denied drug that costs less than $3 a year

...en with epilepsy in developing countries are being denied an effective drug that costs less than $3 a year, according to an editorial in this week’s BMJ. Professor Emilio Perucca urges governments and non-governmental organisations in developing countries to ensure that effective treatment is available for...

ASU researchers test antibacterial effects of healing clays

...lts "impressive," yet, Williams notes, funding was denied for lack of scientific study. Williams, from a family of physicians, says that it was really the second message that finally drew her to the project. "He said, 'I guess that no American scientists are interested in helping poor people in Africa.'"...

Researchers find protein that silences genes

... were in place but somehow the silenced genes were denied access to them. Since that time, Pikaard and his colleagues have been on the hunt for the proteins responsible for keeping the silenced genes off. In their current paper, published on-line on April 28, 2006, in Genes and Development, and the cover...

RNA found in the cellular centrosome of surf clams

...ork, the presence of RNA had not been confirmed or denied until now," says Palazzo. "Our results show there are at least five specific forms of RNA in the clam cell centrosome which could be related to structure, encoding of proteins, or the regulation of organism development. The specific role or function ...

Researcher studies, treats military with 'silent disease'

...ployment delays," she said. "To date they have not denied us once." According to a 1999 Defense Department report to Congress, military personnel today are at a lower risk of hepatitis C infection because of the screening that's done before they enter the military and while they're serving. Routine, rando...

Weizmann Institute suggests that immune cells help to maintain cognition and brain cell renewal

... "a forbidden city", in which the immune system is denied entry as its activity is perceived as a possible threat to the complex and dynamic nerve cell networks. Furthermore, immune cells that recognize the brain's own components("autoimmune" cells) are viewed as a real danger as they can induce autoimmune ...

Primate virus jumps species barrier to humans for first time in Asia

...ame strain found in the temple's macaques. The man denied owning a monkey as a pet, or hunting monkeys for food. He had been bitten once and scratched more than once by the temple's macaques. Researchers still don't know the long-term effects of SFV on humans ?there are about 40 known cases of people being...

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