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HIVMA opposes The Gambia's unproven AIDS remedy

... order to qualify to receive his "cure." HIVMA joins its colleagues in the International AIDS Society and the Society for AIDS in Africa in expressing great concern regarding this practice. "There currently is no cure for HIV/AIDS," said HIVMA Chair Daniel R. Kuritzkes, MD. "President Jammeh is giving ...

Super-fermenting fungus genome sequenced

...rge-scale biofuels production processes. Pichia joins white rot fungus in the growing portfolio of bioenergy-relevant fungus genomes sequenced by DOE JGI through its user programs and contributed freely to the worldwide scientific community. ...

Microbes start immune response by sneaking inside cells

...drilling a hole in a ship hull. The team’s work joins a growing body of research revealing the importance of recently discovered receptors such as cryopyrin inside cells, known collectively as NOD-like receptors. Knowledge about NOD-like receptors is moving forward rapidly and will contribute to a fulle...

RNA enzyme structure offers a glimpse into the origins of life

...ertson determined the structure of a ribozyme that joins two RNA subunits together in the same reaction that is carried out in biological systems by the protein known as RNA polymerase. Their findings are published in the March 16 issue of the journal Science. "An RNA-dependent RNA polymerase ribozyme...

MIT biologists solve vitamin puzzle

... formation of the B12 fragment known as DMB, which joins with another fragment, produced by a separate pathway, to form the vitamin. One of several possible reasons why it took so long to identify BluB is that some bacteria lacking the enzyme can form DMB through an alternate pathway, Walker said. One ...

Faster, low cost sequencing technologies needed to drive era of personalized medicine

...hieve the $1,000 genome goal. Zhang's effort also joins two other ASU research teams, led by Stuart Lindsay and Peter Williams, who have more than $2 million in other DNA sequencing projects funded at ASU. "There are currently only 36 grants in the entire NHGRI sequencing program, so it's quite remark...

Novel pathway regulates timing of brain cell development

...ides inside the cell--a protein called E4ICD--then joins with other proteins in the cell and travels to the cell nucleus. "Once in the nucleus, E4ICD represses genes that trigger astrocyte production, and thereby inhibits astrocyte formation," explains S. Pablo Sardi, PhD, a postdoctoral fellow at Children...

Malaria vaccine prompts victims' immune system to eliminate parasite from mosquitoes

...ine was developed with conjugate technology, which joins or "conjugates" molecules the immune system has great difficulty recognizing to molecules the immune system can recognize easily. Primed by the conjugate vaccine, the immune system begins making antibodies—immune proteins that target specific molecu...

Research updates 65-year-old genetic discovery

...ins. With this week's "Nature" cover story, Stone joins a growing list of researchers from ASU's College o...sociate professors. Stone, an associate professor, joins Gro Amdam, an assistant professor, and Kevin McGraw, an assistant professor, on the list. Both Amdam...

Next good dinosaur news likely to come from small packages

...hat they ate and who they are related to." Ostrom joins six other scientists engaged in various versions of CSI: Jurassic Park. The symposium, "New Approaches to Paleontological Investigation," at the American Association for the Advancement of Science annual meeting Friday explores cutting edge technolog...

Swiss researchers develop all-in-one remote control gene expression tool

...?the genetic material aboard the lentiviral vector joins the genetic material in the nucleus of the cell, causing the cell to express the protein encoded by the new gene. This versatile package can also carry bits of RNA that stop the cell from expressing one of its own genes, by way of RNA interference. B...

Genes involved in biofilms

...are communities of microorganisms in a matrix that joins them together and to living or inert substrates, points out Alejandro Toledo. Although they are widely found in nature, and in many cases have beneficial effects, their study has been boosted on discovering their relation to chronic infections associ...

Envisat and ERS-2 reveal hidden side of Hurricane Rita

...oast during the morning of 24 September. ERS-2 joins in Rita observations The same day Envisat acquired its ASAR image of Rita, its sister spacecraft ERS-2 also made complementary observations of the hurricane's underlying wind fields using its radar scatterometer. This instrument works by firing a...

Scientists discover stem cell origin of neck and shoulders

...cells make both the muscles and the point where it joins the skeleton. The researchers believe their results show that the skeleton and muscles of vertebrates should not be seen as separate but instead are composites, with the boundaries between cell groups blurred around the body. For example, the stem c...

Searching the depths of the straits of Florida for disease cures

...ida and the swiftly flowing Florida Current, which joins with the Antilles Current to form the Gulf Stream off Central Florida. Besides the Cay Sal Bank, the expedition will also include several days of submersible exploration on the Miami Terrace, a 60-mile long, ancient deep-water reef just east of Fort ...

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