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HIV Patients May Be at Risk of Heart Problems When Taking Protease Inhibitor Drugs

...ncourage physicians to be especially thorough when performing medical exams, and in taking patient histories to be alert for signs of heart rhythm disturbances. Implications of the Findings "In no way does it mean patients shouldn't receive protease inhibitors," says Andrew Badley, M.D., associate director of...

Molecular machine may lead to new drugs to combat human diseases

...rst biomolecules, because they are capable of both performing work and carrying around their own genetic code," Golden said. She and her research team used an intron from a bacteriophage, a molecule that attacks bacteria, to obtain an intron crystal structure trapped in the middle of the cutting and pasting cy...

Nanogen Issued Patent for Electronic Microarray With Memory

...generation multi-purpose system for developing and performing molecular diagnostic tests. Using local memory circuits provides for precise control of the currents delivered to individual electrodes on the array, while minimizing the utilization of "off-chip" circuitry and overall system costs. The electric pot...

Gene Therapy For Parkinson's Disease Moves Forward In Animals

...y did the GDNF-treated monkeys show improvement in performing tasks, analysis of brain tissue showed the animals' dopamine systems were actually spared by the treatment. “The simplest question we're asking is, ‘Does any particular combination of proteins prevent or accelerate degeneration of the neurons?'?said...

PANTHER Protein Classification System Database 5.0

...an ongoing collaboration withFlyBase. “The task of performing functional annotation of genomes ischallenging. Too often we rely simply on transitive annotation based ona BLAST match. The PANTHER system offers a much more sophisticatedsystem for predicting gene function from sequence,?said MichaelAshburner, Ph.D...

NJIT Presidential Award winner takes stem cell research another step

...ate and repair the patients' damaged bones. She is performing tests on diabetic animals, after which she'll test patients at the clinical level. Arinzeh is collaborating on the research with Sheldon L. Lin, MD, an assistant professor of orthopaedics at the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey, Ne...

Boosting HIV screening can increase survival and is cost effective

...o estimate the health benefits and expenditures of performing voluntary HIV screening programs in health care settings. They also found that screening for HIV infection is cost-effective relative to other commonly accepted screening programs and medical treatments. Referring to the Yale/Harvard findings, Owens...

Gene therapy for Parkinson's disease moves forward in animals

...y did the GDNF-treated monkeys show improvement in performing tasks, analysis of brain tissue showed the animals' dopamine systems were actually spared by the treatment. "The simplest question we're asking is, 'Does any particular combination of proteins prevent or accelerate degeneration of the neurons?'" sai...

Artifical cornea lets woman blind 20 years see

... University Eye Center and one of the few surgeons performing the implantation of artificial corneas in the U.S. "We're able to care for some patients by putting in a prosthetic cornea so that they can see out again, and their doctors can see in." The development of opacity in the cornea is typically the resul...

Use of PET can reduce, may eliminate more strenuous drug development trials with animals

...e effect of cancer therapies on tumor function and performing cardiac studies that explore drugs that reverse the conditions of animals. The JNM articles on small animal imaging, with numerous SNM members as authors, are listed here. * Welch's co-author of "Preparation, Biodistribution and Small Animal PE...

Scientists journey to southern Africa to unravel the secret world of elephant communication

...ideo cameras, the research team spent a full month performing round-the-clock tests designed to see how elephant...or the waterhole and begin splashing, spraying and performing a variety of other aquatic antics. Suddenly, and for no apparent reason, the four males step away f...

After a time-shift, mixed signals from the circadian clock

...sition from the eastern U.S. to western Europe. By performing electrophysiological analysis of cells that constitute the central circadian clock, the researchers made a surprising discovery: one part of the clock mechanism, represented by a dorsal (upper) group of cells, exhibited oscillations in activity that ...

The lopsided brain: Attention bias is shared by humans and birds

...ries may offer benefits in spatial learning and in performing simultaneous spatial tasks, such as looking for food while being vigilant for predators. The researchers include Bettina Diekamp and Onur Güntürkün of the Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Germany; Lucia Regolin of University of Padova, Italy; and Giorgio Va...

Two chemicals boost immune cells' ability to fight HIV without gene therapy

...le HIV must constantly divide in order to continue performing their protective functions. The massive amount of division prematurely shortens these cells' ends, or telomeres, ultimately exhausting the immune system. UCLA's previous research shows that telomerase rejuvenates the telomeres and allows the immune ...

Gambling monkeys give insight into neural machinery of risk

...studies using mice. Neuroimaging studies in humans performing such tasks can identify brain regions involved in making decisions based on risk, he said. "And then, using these animals, we can do electrophysiological studies that allow us to understand how the fundamental processing units of the brain -- single...

Gap-climbing fruit flies reveal components of goal-driven behaviors

...eciding whether to cross, another group of mutants performing the correct motor program at a wrong position, and still another group of mutants performing climbing actions at the correct position but without one of the three motor components. This goal-di...

Engineered molecule amplifies body's immune response

...ies, Dr. Holtzman and his colleagues are currently performing gene transfer experiments, using both recombinant viruses and transgenic mice, to establish the benefits of hyper-responsive Stat1 in vivo for treating viral infection and cancer. They are also screening for drugs that might increase Stat1 responsive...

Drug resistance testing in treatment-naive HIV patients is cost-effective

...ed by a group of Boston researchers indicates that performing genotype resistance testing at initial HIV diagnos...ctable by standard resistance tests. The cost of performing the one-time test--now about $400--has decreased from when it was first approved, and will likely co...

Primate virus jumps species barrier to humans for first time in Asia

...uding animal markets, primate pet ownership, urban performing primates, and zoos. In addition, monkeys are signi... the temple every day. They confirmed the tests by performing a DNA analysis of the man's blood, and found that the SFV strain he carried was the same strain foun...

Researchers discover how tumor suppressor gene works

...that attaches to the enzymes, preventing them from performing their function. When the researchers added the p16 protein to colonies of cancer cells in culture, it diminished the size of many colonies, wiping out some of them. It also decreased the total number of cancer cells. The researchers have designed a ...

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