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Deep treasure to be found in Oculina Bank

...ater Oculina reefs are not known to exist anywhere else on the planet besides off Florida. Fishing for shrimp and scallops has damaged a large portion of the concentrated coral areas of these reefs over the past three decades. However, the remaining healthy reefs still support dense and diverse populat...

UF study first to quantify validity of DNA I.D. tool using marine snails

...f they are from a dangerous fruit fly or something else to be concerned about," he said. For that matter, this ability to detect species in earlier stages of development could benefit ecologists in their work as well, Meyer said. "Scientists studying butterflies are able to link caterpillars to adults i...

Software 'agents' could help unmask reality of disease clusters

...earchers need to get the information they need, or else actually obscure the results. "This degrades the ability of public health researchers to identify, for example, the risk of exposure to lead associated with urban highways or clusters of cancer cases. "Such widespread concerns can only be addressed...

A radical solution for environmental pollution

...s that catalyze these reactions work, for everyone else it could mean less pollution." ...

Evolution of life on Earth may hold key to finding life in outer space

... Earth is important in obtaining clues as to where else in the universe one might find life and what it might be like, said George E. Fox, a UH professor of biology and biochemistry. Fox is finishing work on a three-year research grant from NASA's Exobiology Program that seeks to understand life's origin....

Once given 'no respect,' cells' tiny RNAS take driver's seat

...lled microRNAs, other genes they regulate, and how else they might be involved in Myc-mediated initiation of cancer," says O'Donnell, who conducted her graduate work in Dang's laboratory. ...

Why do aneurysms form? New studies suggest leading role for white blood cells

...itself to keep aneurysms from forming. "Something else must be at work," says Upchurch, "and we're trying to find out what that is." In the second study, the researchers looked at L-selectin, a protein on the surface of neutrophils that allow them to attach to tissue. They studied L-selectin production ...

Secrets of the deep may hold key to life on other planets

...veal an evolutionary history different to anything else on earth and even give us clues to how life could exist onother planets. The creatures live around hydrothermal vents - incredibly hot environments in the deep sea - and are unique because they depend on bacteria living inside them for their own su...

Scientists focus on 'dwarf eye'

...d MFRP, located exclusively in the RPE and nowhere else in the body, is likely involved in that signaling process." Sundin plans to further investigate MFRP and ultimately develop drugs to regulate the gene's function. He hopes the information gained from his study will open doors to correcting other ty...

Stem cell training program to make its Stanford debut

...e able to do reactions that you can find somewhere else in nature, but where people have not been able yet to isolate the proteins,?said Stéphane Richard. “So it’s kind of a short-cut ?it’s a way to bypass what is done already in nature, but for which we don’t have the tools yet that nature has.?/p> T...

Promiscuous Catalytic Activity Possessed by Novel Enzyme Structure

...e able to do reactions that you can find somewhere else in nature, but where people have not been able yet to isolate the proteins,?said Stéphane Richard. “So it’s kind of a short-cut ?it’s a way to bypass what is done already in nature, but for which we don’t have the tools yet that nature has.?/p> T...

Scientists discover stem cell origin of neck and shoulders

...researchers at UCL, said, "Anatomists and everyone else would look at the skeleton and assume that the bone structures are uniform and are the basic components of vertebrate organisation. Our research suggests this is wrong and actually groups of stem cells create not only the muscles of the neck and shou...

Pinpointing the cause of a neurodegenerative disorder

...i. "But we also concluded that there was something else beyond the glutamine that's really mediating the toxicity of the protein." Those conclusions were based, in part, on experiments in mice that showed that increased levels of normal Ataxin-1 can cause the pathology of SCA1. Turning to the fruit fly, ...

Breakthrough: Scientists create world's tiniest organic particles

...luding display technologies."Prior to this, no one else has fused the highly uniform and precise methods for fabricating transistors with the organic nanoparticle world," said Bruce Boucher, president of Liquidia. "It is truly a revolutionary discovery." ...

Bees, Brains and Addiction

...tion and lessons for students, teachers and anyone else interested in neuroscience topics. Among the participants at last week's lecture were 20 students from San Diego's High Tech High, seeking to learn more about the neurobiology of drugs and addiction for their science class. The next lecture in the s...

Morphine for Chest Pain Increases Death Risk

...analysis, morphine should be the last resort after else has been tried." While patients with acute STEMI are at higher risk of dying within 30 days of their hospital stay, patients with non-STEMI actually have a higher risk of dying six months and one year after initial hospital presentation. It is estim...

U.N. mulls the protection of Earth's forests

... say, 'This resource is mine. I don't want someone else telling me how to manage it.' Nevertheless, there are regional and global services provided by otherwise local forests, including carbon storage and life-giving oxygen." The U.N. Forum on Forests was created by the U.N. Economic and Social Council i...

Engineers improve plastic's potential for use in implants by linking it to biological material

... of 12 amino acids. To make certain that something else on the outer surface of the bacteriophage virus wasn't responsible for its perceived stickiness, the researchers demonstrated that T59 by itself could attach to immobilized polypyrrole, using synthetic copies of it made at the university's Institute ...

Primates on the brink

...er. More than half its lemurs, none found anywhere else in the world, are threatened with extinction. Without immediate steps to protect these unique creatures and their habitat, we will lose more of our planet's natural heritage forever." The World's 25 Most Endangered Primates list, compiled at the 20t...

Bee mites suppress bee immunity, open door for viruses and bacteria

..., does not lead to sudden hive collapse. Something else is involved that makes bee mites so harmful to bee colonies. The Penn State researchers report their findings in today's (May 17) online version of the Proceedings of the National Academy of Science. Yang and Cox-Foster looked at how bee mites affe...

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