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Identified main genetic variants involved in response to HIV

...alised medicine, where the most suitable drugs for each individual would be determined on the basis of their gene characteristics....

Art and music for the birds

... exhibit receive a schedule of songs emitting from each station, which will repeat approximately five songs each. Birds can tune in to classics like Vivaldi’s “Concert in D Major,” Miles Davis’s “Blue and Green,” and Led Zepplin’s “Kasmir.” They may also hear songs about the winged life like “Marching J...

Blood test may help signal tumor's remission, return in throat cancer patients

...t can simultaneously analyze the concentrations of each protein, only a small amount of blood was required for the test. The majority of the patients had a complete response to therapy. Patients whose blood levels of these cytokines and growth factors dropped and remained low following treatment were ...

Releasing fish for the future

...nd 50% of the total recreational catch is released each year in Australia. This amounts to more than 47 million fish being caught and released annually. New research is now seeking to maximise the post-release survival of other commonly-caught species including luderick, sand mullet, garfish, tailor, A...

Liver cancer patients with high serum levels of hepatitis B virus face poorer outcomes

... DNA levels and were included in the study. For each patient, the researchers measured the level of HBV...ubin and presence of cirrhosis. Over the course of each patient’s treatment, the researchers monitored blood counts, renal and liver function and clinical s...

Math that powers spam filters used to understand how brain learns to move our muscles

...idea as applied to the workings of a brain is that each brain uses what it already knows to “predict” or “believe” that something new will happen, then uses that information to help make it so. “We used the idea that prior experience and belief affect the probability of future outcomes, such as taking ...

The insect vector always bites twice

...ss specifically the degree of exposure to bites of each of these species. Starting from immunogenic salivary proteins, simple and effective prevention tools (immuno-tests) can be devised to assess the exposure of human subjects, or be used in endemic areas to evaluate the efficacy of existing vector co...

Research team identifies new Alzheimer's gene

...dy’s researchers rapidly produced a genetic map of each brain tissue sample and isolated the GAB2 gene rel...ying an unprecedented number of genetic markers in each person’s DNA, the researchers capitalized on extremely rigorous criteria to determine whether or not...

Dirty snow may warm Arctic as much as greenhouse gases

...would leave snow brighter, he says. New snow falls each year, and if it contained fewer impurities, the ground would brighten and temperatures would cool. Carbon dioxide lives in the atmosphere for a century, so cutting back on emissions can prevent further warming but does not produce immediate cooling....

Largest synthetic gene ever built offers insights into anti-malarial drug resistance

...deaths out of 300 million acute cases of infection each year. Most of these deaths occur in young children living in sub-Saharan Africa. Roepe and his collaborators at Georgetown University, in collaboration with investigators at the National Institutes of Health, described in 2000 that the PfCRT gene...

Loss of stem cells correlates with premature aging in animal study

..., a deterioration of pools of cells that reside in each tissue type,” says Brown. We accelerated the aging process by wiping out a large fraction of these cells prematurely, in one fell swoop. Essentially, these mice start their young adulthood with two strikes against them in terms of long-term tissue ma...

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

...henobarbital) that costs less than $3 (£1.5; €2.2) each year. The World Health Organisation recommends phenobarbital as the treatment of choice in resource restricted countries, but this policy has been questioned because of concerns about adverse behavioural effects, particularly in children. Yet a...

Longer treatment benefits sleep apnea patients

...nea to determine how long they routinely used CPAP each night. In addition, patients were evaluated for da...st patients should use CPAP for at least 7.5 hours each night to realize the greatest possible benefits of therapy. "Relationship Between Hours of CPAP ...

New collaborative research reveals chimpanzees can sustain multiple-tradition cultures

...atterns, indicating they have cultures specific to each community. In the wild, however, it is difficult t...e worked with two chimpanzee groups and introduced each to one of two alternative sequences of complex behaviors. The sequences included collecting, transpo...

Stroke study sheds light on left-right brain divide

...damage might face in everyday life.’ 23 people, each with frontal lobe damage, performed a ‘rule-switch... of several tasks at once and make sure we perform each one correctly and at the right time.’...

Rising skin cancer rates are more likely to affect wealthy people, says 12-year review

...omen, accounting for 357 of the 640 cases reported each year. Women were, however, 30 per cent more likely than men to suffer from malignant melanoma - the least common, but most serious skin cancer - which averages 186 cases a year. Being well-off was a disadvantage when it came to skin cancer. ...

'Lucky 13' as new gene discovery offers further hope for childhood blindness

...ng two copies of the gene to develop LCA, one from each parent. However, the disorder is more common within populations where marriage to first or second cousins is common, such as the Pakistani community. "If a parent is found to carry a mutation in the LCA5 gene, the risk of blindness in their childr...

Physicist cracks women's random but always lucky choice of X chromosome

...to gather around both of the XIST suicide genes on each X Chromosome. This starts a race between the two build ups of protein. Inevitably one of these two nascent protein plugs narrowly wins that race and reaches an energy state in which it can pull together all the material building up in both plugs into...

Massive herds of animals found to still exist in Southern Sudan

...estock, human activities and habitat. Observers on each side of the aircraft counted animals that they observed between two sets of rods placed on the wings of the plane. Using statistical techniques of extrapolation, they calculated estimates of how many animals there were on a landscape. To their surp...

Study shows lizard moms dress their children for success

...then performed experiments in breeding enclosures, each holding one male lizard and three females. The numbers of orange- and yellow-throated females in each enclosure were experimentally varied, and throat colors of the males varied randomly. Lancaster test...

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