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Row over study puts Korea's scientific community under scrutiny again

This week's BMJ investigates a bitter row over a scientific paper that is putting Korea's scientific community under scrutiny once again. The dispute has pitted a young Korean doctor, Jeong Hwan Kim, against Kwang Yul Cha, a fertility specialist and one of the most powerful pla...

A first glimpse of the influenza replication machine

... issue of Nature Structural and Molecular Biology, investigates the structure and function of the protein and sheds light on how polymerase mutations contribute to transmission of avian flu to humans. Upon infection the influenza virus starts multiplying in the cells of an infected host. The polymerase is crucia...

American scientist's research of life's first cells

...ontribute to the field of molecular biology, which investigates biological processes in terms of the physical and chemical properties of molecules in a cell. A judging panel selects the GE & Science Prize for Young Life Scientists grand prize winner and may present regional awards in four geographic region...

Pest control research leads to pain control discovery

...arthritis and other inflammatory diseases. His lab investigates the mechanisms leading to immunological alterations and autoimmunity. As of 2004, physicians prescribed anti-inflammatory medication for more than 73 million patients. But many of the people suffer from pharmacological properties or side effects of...

A new focus for the mechanism of nerve growth

...motile cells," said Forscher. "Instead, this paper investigates turnover or recycling of the actin networks. As the complement to actin network assembly, recycling is necessary to prevent actin buildup that could actually impede neuronal advance." Forscher likened actin networks in the growth cone to a molecular...

Carnegie Mellon develops non-invasive technique to detect transplant rejection at cellular level

...the first signs of rejection. Ho's novel approach investigates transplant rejection non-invasively by observing macrophage accumulation in heart tissues using MRI. "We were able to use MRI to visualize individual macrophages. By tracking individual cells, we also were able to observe, for the first time, that ...

A new link between stem cells and tumors

... as they moved to the IRBB-PCB. "The current study investigates what happens when the process of localizing these molecules is disturbed." Whether Prospero and its partners get to the right place depends on the activity of specific genes in the stem cell. EMBL PhD student Emmanuel Caussinus from Gonz�lez's group...

Bacteria in Household Dust May Trigger Asthma Symptoms

... clinical, and translational medical research, and investigates the causes, treatments, and cures for both common and rare diseases. For more information about NIH and its programs, visit http://www.nih.gov. ...

Sleeping Sickness Epidemic Spreading in Uganda

... clinical, and translational medical research, and investigates the causes, treatments, and cures for both common and rare diseases. For more information about NIH and its programs, visit http://www.nih.gov. ...

Drug Offers Alternative to Surgical Treatment After Miscarriage

... clinical, and translational medical research, and investigates the causes, treatments, and cures for both common and rare diseases. For more information about NIH and its programs, visit http://www.nih.gov. ...

Physiological effects of reduced gravity on bacteria

An article in Journal of Applied Microbiology investigates how bacteria respond when they are subjected to environmental alterations, such as those of space stations, which feature lowered effects of gravity. "Intra-specific differences in bacterial responses to modeled reduced gravity" by Paul W. Baker and...

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