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Researcher studies, treats military with 'silent disease'

... either dropped out of the study or died. "We are marching toward the end (of the study), and we have about a year and a half until we see the last of the visits," Sjogren said, adding that she's been pleased with the results so far. "We had a spectacular treatment success with this group of people, about 70...

Ancient DNA helps UF researchers unearth potential hemophilia therapy

...ansposon, silencing its ability to issue molecular marching orders. Fletcher and researchers Li Liu, M.D., Ph.D., an adjunct postdoctoral associate in the department of pharmacology and therapeutics, and Cathryn Mah, a UF assistant professor of pediatric cellular and molecular therapy, used the transposon to...

Superconducting magnet attracts molecular research

...lly line up and act in unison, like a battalion of marching soldiers, said Pochapsky. The electrons, neutrons and protons within the atom have an intrinsic property known as "spin" and within the electromagnetic field created by the magnet, the frequency of the spinning motion of the atoms reveals informati...

Vitamin A's paradoxical role in influencing symmetry during embryonic development revealed

...rough the doorway, embryonic stem cells have their marching orders: they "know" where to locate themselves in the developing organism and what to differentiate into. "Paradoxical," is the Salk scientists' description of retinoic acid signaling in the uniform ball of cells that is the early embryo, because it...

Discovery clarifies role of peptide in biological clock

...time and are normally synchronized as a well-oiled marching band coming onto the field at half time. Herzog and graduate student, Sara Aton, found that mice lacking the gene that makes VIP or lacking the receptor molecule for VIP suffer from internal de-synchrony. When they recorded the electrical activity of...

Experiments provide proof of how traveling in groups protects insects

...hing in their path that's edible. Some spectacular marching packs stretch several miles wide and extend 10 miles or so in length. And they can travel a mile or so a day. Why such groups of insects form has mystified humans for thousands of years. One firmly held belief was that God was punishing men and wome...

Experiments provide proof of how traveling in groups protects insects

...hing in their path that's edible. Some spectacular marching packs stretch several miles wide and extend 10 miles or so in length. And they can travel a mile or so a day. Why such groups of insects form has mystified humans for thousands of years. One firmly held belief was that God was punishing men and wome...

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