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Penn researchers link cell's protein recycling systems

...egenerative disease and showed that they, too, are rescued by over-expression of HDAC6. Therefore, the researchers suggest that the level of the HDAC6 in a cell regulates its sensitivity to accumulation of misfolded proteins, and that increasing the activity of HDAC6 can prevent the degeneration normally ...

Blood sugar's manufacture limited by building blocks' supply

...servation, injection of pyruvate, but not alanine, rescued the mice from their fasting hypoglycemia. The findings point to a novel form of control over glucose levels, the researchers said. Ultimately, this "window into glucose control" might also have implications for diabetes treatment—a condition chara...

Insulin receptor stops progression of Alzheimer's disease

...f the PPAR agonists either partially or completely rescued the brains from neurodegeneration," the authors write. Alzheimer's appears to be caused by parallel abnormalities ?impaired insulin signaling and oxidative stress, which is regulated by the genes NOS and NOX. The PPAR agonists treatments target both...

New antimicrobial compound adheres to skin to promote healing

...o heal skin ulcers on a whale named Gasper who was rescued from a Mexico City amusement park and is now a popular resident of the Georgia Aquarium. Petroleum-based ointments are commonly used in treating skin infections, but Capomacchia said that petroleum can be toxic and inhibit healing,"Using a petroleu...

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

... application, dying cells (such as neurons) can be rescued by introducing a gene that expresses a growth factor. Thanks to the remote control carried in the lentivirus the expression of this growth factor can now be turned off when the desired effect is achieved, thus preventing unharnessed growth ?otherwise...

U-M team recovers ancient whale in Egyptian desert

...mple: * In May 1999, a female Norwegian skier was rescued after submersion in icy water for more than an hour. When rescued she was clinically dead with no heartbeat, no respiration, and her body temperature had fallen to 57...

Buying Time Through Hibernation on Demand

...mple: * In May 1999, a female Norwegian skier was rescued after submersion in icy water for more than an hour. When rescued she was clinically dead with no heartbeat, no respiration, and her body temperature had fallen to 57...

A new study examines how shared pathogens affect host populations

...is frequency-dependent transmission, a host can be rescued from pathogen-mediated extinction by the presence of a second host with which it shares a pathogen. Sharing a pathogen among one or more alternative species may actually be limiting the spread of the pathogen in any one particular host population. Th...

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