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Association of herpesvirus with lung disorder questioned

...fection and a potentially life-threatening form of high blood pressure, as reported in the March 1 issue of The Journal of Infectious Diseases, now available online. The researchers reported that they were not able to detect human herpesvirus 8 (HHV-8), also known as the Kaposi's sarcoma virus, in the lu...

Scientists ID molecular 'switch' in liver that triggers harmful effects of saturated and trans fats

...n blood cholesterol and triglycerides, while diets high in unsaturated and polyunsaturated fats did not. Evidence pointed to the liver, which is responsible for the body's synthesis of triglycerides and cholesterol, but the molecular chain of events from eating fats to the buildup of cholesterol and trigl...

Lack of enzyme turns fat cells into fat burners

...as on mice. Mice bred to lack the enzyme can eat a high fat, highcarbohydrate diet without gaining weight,...when compared to normal mice. When they were fed a high fat, highcarbohydrate diet for four to five months, the ACC2-deficient mice hada 25 percent higher r...

Poor prenatal nutrition permanently damages function of insulin-producing cells in the pancreas

...ne reason why infants with low birth weight have a high potential of developing type 2 diabetes later in l...elopment of the placenta and its blood vessels, or high blood pressure, which damages vessels." In addition, many other factors can result in intrauterine g...

Antarctic ice shelf retreats happened before

...y warm current, Circumpolar Deep Water, is causing high melt rates on the underside of an ice shelf in Pine Island Bay*. The gradual removal of this ice shelf may be causing the glaciers inland to flow faster, which could lead to enhanced drainage of part of the West Antarctic Ice Sheet, and a consequent ...

Scientists Replicate Hepatitis C Virus in Laboratory

...he culture. Electron microscopy showed evidence of high levels of viral particles resembling fully-formed HCV outside of the human liver cells in the culture medium. The researchers believe that the HCV construct contained within the human liver cells behaved like a true HCV infection by producing fully f...

Male circumcision reduces risk of HIV transmission from women to men

...on, another significant resultof the study was the high overall rate of per-contact infection. Inpast studies that attempted to calculate the probability offemale-to-male infection through heterosexual sex, the cohortsconsisted only of monogamous couples in which the female partners wereHIV-positive. Howe...

Study Demonstrates Gene Expression Microarrays are Comparable and Reproducible

...experiments performed in different labs "have a high degree of reproducibility , as long as standardize...tion.“This study indicates that microarrays have a high degree ofreproducibility, as long as standardized protocols are carefullyfollowed,?said Jacobson. Th...

Ancient olfaction protein is shared by many bugs, offering new pest control target

...proteins appear to be species specific, there is a high degree of evolutionary conservation of the Or83b coding sequence among the fruit fly, the medfly (a citrus pest), the corn earworm moth (which damages corn and tobacco), and Anopheles gambiae, the malaria mosquito. When the medfly, moth, and mosquito...

Inflammatory molecules released by pollen trigger allergies

...ng why allergies are more prevalent in places with high levels of car exhaust emissions. Traidl-Hoffmann and colleagues showed that extracts from birch pollen and other common allergens block the production of a soluble protein by immune cells that normally inhibits allergic reactions. They went on to id...

Breakthrough Microarray-based Technology for the Study of Cancer

...A analysisapplications. This new platform provides high sensitivity, enabling CGHresearchers to reliably identify the single copy deletions inchromosomes that have been the most difficult to detect.Additionally, the technology allows for the use of total genomic DNA todetect chromosomal changes across the...

Learning to fight an adversary that won't stay down

...stance. Techniques such as genomic sequencing and high throughput screening were expected to make the development of new antibiotic compounds easier and more productive. But in most cases the microbes continue to hold the upper hand ?and if three billion years of bacterial history is any kind of track re...

Improved Outcomes Releases GeneLinker(TM) Gold and Platinum Version 4.6

...n importing and analyzingprotein biomarker data, a high priority for many of our customers. Forexample, we have integrated the Protein Biomarker Package into thelatest versions of the products (previously the Protein BiomarkerPackage required a separate installation). We have also providedimproved Proteom...

Live Recombinant Adenovirus Vaccine Technique Explored

...gene expression machinery. L1 is expressed at very high levels in some recombinants. Dr. Ketner believes that the replicating live recombinant adenovirus model shows promise as a means of developing economical and long-lasting vaccines for many illnesses. Ongoing research is aimed at determining the effe...

The secret lives of whales

...share their latest discoveries emerging from these high tech ventures, using DNA sequences, deep-sea video...quency sounds into images just as dolphins do with high frequency sounds, and they must have remarkable acoustic memories just as we have visual memories,?s...

Dinosaur DNA? New Patent Covers Degraded DNA recovery

... human tissues and uses the information to produce high performance wound healing and tissue regeneration products, and the CEO of DermaPlus, a science-based skin care company. Dr. Ensley is a Fellow of the American Academy of Microbiology and holds an Adjunct Professorship at the University of Arizona. ...

Researchers reveal the infectious impact of salmon farms on wild salmon

...n its salt-water balance. When infection rates are high enough, the parasites feed on the fish at rates greater than the fish can feed itself, literally eating the fish alive. Adult salmon can survive sea lice infection, but young salmon are much more vulnerable due to their small size. Under natural con...

Female sex hormones play a vital role in defense against sexually transmitted diseases

... based injectable contraceptive, have particularly high susceptibility to sexually transmitted infections, including HIV-1 and HSV-2. We do not understand why, and our hope is that by doing these kind of mouse studies, we can understand the mechanisms." In the first study, female mice received either the...

Enzyme allows B cells to resist death, leading to leukemia

... University School of Medicine nowdemonstrate that high levels of expression and altered cellularlocation ... activity ?suggesting a direct correlation between high Lynactivity and the ability of these B cells to resist apoptosis. Theauthors suggest that Lyn is inv...

New imaging method gives early indication if brain cancer therapy is effective, U-M study shows

...emy of Sciences. Most primary brain tumors have a high mortality rate, with people surviving only 10 months after diagnosis. Typically, patients receive seven weeks of treatment, followed by a traditional MRI scan six weeks after completing therapy to determine if the tumor shrank. If the cancer did not ...

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