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Asthma gene clusters identified

...he genetic profile may be useful in identifying an imminent asthma attack. Researchers examined 54,675 genes. They discovered eight gene clusters in all, consisting of 161 genes. At least one cluster was identified that was comprised of genes active in acute asthma, but not stable asthma. They also identifie...

Mayan stingless bee keeping: Going, going, gone?

...ian Tropical Research Institute (STRI) warn of the imminent demise of stingless bee keeping on the Yucatan ?a result of ongoing cultural change and habitat loss. "In our initial surveys of bee keepers working with native bees in the eighties, we estimated that they maintained more than a thousand active hive...

Students discover 11,000 year old remains of Irish Elk

... to be an antler." As the block was in danger of imminent collapse, which would have crushed the antler, Dr Davey arranged for a team to remove it almost immediately. The antler is now being cleaned, examined and re-constructed by Dr Philippa Tomlinson from the Centre for Manx Studies who is a specialist in...

New study pinpoints epicenters of Earth's imminent extinctions

...595 sites around the world would help stave off an imminent global extinction crisis, according to new researc..., the study identifies 794 species threatened with imminent extinction, each of which is in need of urgent conservation action at a single remaining site on Ear...

Pretreating rogue cancer cells with aspirin cripples their resistance to targeted therapy

...595 sites around the world would help stave off an imminent global extinction crisis, according to new researc..., the study identifies 794 species threatened with imminent extinction, each of which is in need of urgent conservation action at a single remaining site on Ear...

Researchers appeal for new regulations to save coral reefs from live fish trade

... no immediate prospects of recovery, 24% are under imminent risk of collapse and 26% are under longer term threat of collapse. The scientists argue in their letters that multilevel action, from local to international, is needed to establish institutions that are able to learn from experiences with roving ba...

Therapeutic role found for carbon monoxide

...sures and heart weights (indicative of reversal of imminent heart failure). The scientists next identified how this was happening. "We determined that CO was exerting these effects by both arresting growth of the vessels' smooth muscle cells and inducing apoptosis, or cell death," he adds. Consequently, as ...

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