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UNC computer, marine scientists collaborate to predict flow of toxic waters from Katrina

... Chapel Hill will provide to North Carolina, as we deploy our own large-scale computing infrastructure and continue to build disaster-response collaborations with North Carolina experts," Reed said. "With state support, we are now building world-class capability for interdisciplinary research, technology tr...

Grid bridges 4,800 miles for molecular repositories

...o accept the BioSimGrid Consortium's invitation to deploy the network infrastructure and software framework that comprise the grid. ...

Discovering the first steps in transcription-coupled repair

...ions and the production of altered proteins, cells deploy an arsenal of repair mechanisms to excise and replace defective nucleotides, reconnect broken strands, and patch up other kinds of damage. Transcription-coupled repair is unique: it targets repair to genes that are actively being transcribed into me...

Potential vaccine developed for deadly leishmaniasis disease

... as antigens, which stimulate the immune system to deploy a protective shield against disease. "Right now there is a major push to utilize synthetic carbohydrates as antigens in order to control the purity and composition and avoid possible contamination," Seeberger explained. His own group, together with ...

Virginia Tech helping to develop higher quality, disease-resistant wheat varieties

...rovide thousands of molecular analyses required to deploy the targeted genes into breeding lines. The genetic information will be stored in national databases and seed stocks deposited in USDA's Small Grain Collection, providing long-term public access to genetic information and resources for wheat breeder...

Molecular force field helps cancer cells defend against attack

Much as the famed starship Enterprise would deploy a deflector shield to evade enemy attack, tumor cells are capable of switching on a molecular force field of their own to fend off treatments aimed at killing them. Now University of Florida researchers have found a chink in their armor. The cells c...

Research tracks whales by listening to sounds

...ceanography. This spring, the researchers plan to deploy three more hydrophones in the Bering Sea next to a series of long-duration NOAA moorings. They will analyze possible connections between the appearance of the whales and ocean conditions. "We'll look at water temperature, salinity and even chlorophyl...

Johns Hopkins lab scientists tame overactive CF protein

...at to get rid of the defective CFTR protein, cells deploy VCP/p97 protein, which latches onto the damaged CFTR and sends it to the proteasome for destruction," Zeitlin says. "Using RNA interference, which basically works by silencing the expression of genes or proteins, we homed in on VCP and blocked its pr...

Viagra improves high altitude exercise performance up to 45% for some

...tize to high altitude. For instance, when soldiers deploy to Afghanistan, they must quickly undertake physically taxing work at 12,000-14,000 feet, conditions that can severely affect performance under potentially life-threatening conditions. In a study Friedlander and colleagues conducted at 14,000 feet o...

'Hidden-hero' microbes in soil, water may help naturally clean toxic sites

...roject will provide the basic science necessary to deploy bioremediation technologies at the scales necessary for them to be effective at U.S. DOE sites." In addition, the ORFRC has funded Kostka's FSU lab to develop and maintain a genetic database of genes of organisms that are present in the Oak Ridge ...

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