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Bioartificial kidney under study at MCG

...e liquid is run through the cell-lined fibers of a second cartridge, while the blood is run on the outside of the fibers. "(These cells) reabsorb substances from the ultrafiltrate ?and put them back into the blood on the outside of the fiber, which is pumped back into the body. The stuff that isn't pumped ...

W.M. Keck Foundation funds study of friendly microbes

...mation about the gut ecosystem for researchers. A second aspect of the project aims to directly identify the products of bacterial metabolism in the intestine. The goal is to characterize previously unknown chemical compounds that play important roles in regulating the properties of the microbial community...

Fox Chase Cancer Center scientists identify immune-system mutation

...r-deficient mice his team discovered represent the second time that a naturally occurring mutant strain has been found and bred at Fox Chase. In 1981, the laboratory group of Melvin Bosma, Ph.D., discovered mice with severe combined immune deficiency (SCID), a condition that also affects humans. In addition...

Termites feed through good vibrations

...responses by the termites: one to block size and a second to signal source. The artificial signal mimicked the characteristic frequency of the wooden block, so the termites were tricked into believing that a small block with the artificial signal was the same size as a large block; thus no preference was ob...

Genome of deadly amoeba shows surprising complexity, evidence of lateral gene transfer

...ple and causes as many as 100,000 deaths a year -- second only to malaria as a cause of morbidity and mortality from a protist. The disease caused by E. histolytica is called amebiasis. The sequencing of E. histolytica was a collaborative effort led by The Institute for Genomic Research (TIGR) in Rockville...

Another Look Finds Promising Proteomics Test is Not Biologically Plausible

...to be spread across the entire m/z spectrum in the second data set, but “changes in protein expression associated with cancer should affect only a few specific peaks, not the entire spectrum.?/p> Furthermore, the researchers say some of the protein peaks were found in regions of the spectra where, for t...

New species from old data

...to be spread across the entire m/z spectrum in the second data set, but “changes in protein expression associated with cancer should affect only a few specific peaks, not the entire spectrum.?/p> Furthermore, the researchers say some of the protein peaks were found in regions of the spectra where, for t...

Cracking the olfactory code in bees

...to be spread across the entire m/z spectrum in the second data set, but “changes in protein expression associated with cancer should affect only a few specific peaks, not the entire spectrum.?/p> Furthermore, the researchers say some of the protein peaks were found in regions of the spectra where, for t...

Signaling protein builds bigger, better bones in mice

...to be spread across the entire m/z spectrum in the second data set, but “changes in protein expression associated with cancer should affect only a few specific peaks, not the entire spectrum.?/p> Furthermore, the researchers say some of the protein peaks were found in regions of the spectra where, for t...

Newly discovered virus linked to childhood lung disorders and Kawasaki disease

...virus was suggested by findings in the Yalegroup's second study, which was initiated when they found evidence ofthe virus's genetic structure in respiratory secretions from an infantwith classic signs of Kawasaki disease. In addition to heart disease,the signs can include conjunctivitis, redness of the mout...

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

...gram for heart effects in vulnerable patients. The second is to be alert for multiple drug therapy situations, because certain drug-drug combinations could trigger the adverse heart side effects. Background of the Discovery Dr. Badley's research group earlier discovered that protease inhibitors affect "po...

Antibiotic Resistant Bacterium Uses Sonar-like Strategy to “See?Enemies or Prey

...ronment. One substance sticks to foreign cells.The second substance reports back and tells the Enterococcus to makethe toxin. If no cells are in the area, the first substance sticks tothe second, preventing it from reporting back to the Enterococcus, andas a result, no toxin is made. According to Gilmore, “...

Researchers reveal the infectious impact of salmon farms on wild salmon

...almon with each louse producing 300-800 eggs. This second round of lice larvae can re-infect the fish in the school and can spread to other previously unexposed populations coming from geographically disparate regions. "At about the 30 km mark from the farm, those lice become reproductive," says Volpe. "In...

Female sex hormones play a vital role in defense against sexually transmitted diseases

...but only if the virus doses were weakened. In the second study, just like in the first study, mice were treated with hormones but, before being exposed to the real herpes virus, they received a vaccine Surprisingly, unlike in the first study, the progesterone-treated mice and the mice that received no hor...

Gene variations explain drug dose required to control seizures

... patients with epilepsy. Moreover, a variant of a second gene, called SCN1A, with activity in the brain, was found significantly more often in patients on the highest doses of both carbamazepine and phenytoin. SCN1A has been implicated in many inherited forms of epilepsy and is the drug target for phenytoi...

Muscle-targeted gene therapy reverses rare muscular dystrophy in mice

...for 24 weeks post-injection, the team reported. A second gene therapy strategy, in which the enzyme involved in Pompe disease is inserted into the liver, is also under investigation at Duke, said Koeberl. In the January 2005 issue of Molecular Therapy, the researchers reported that the liver-targeted metho...

Scientists decipher genome of fungus that can cause life-threatening infections

...eTechnology Center in Palo Alto, CA, sequenced the second strain. Theproject was funded by the National Institute of Allergy and InfectiousDiseases (NIAID), part of the National Institutes of Health. Numerouscollaborators helped to interpret and analyze the genome sequence data.C. neoformans, an oval-shaped...

Nanogen Issued Patent for Electronic Microarray With Memory

...noChip(R) 400 electronic microarray, the company's second 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 "...

NYC's First Rapid HIV Drug-resistant AIDS Case Prompts Call to Step Up HIV Prevention

... however, doctors and providers can usually find a second or third line drug therapy regimen for effective treatment. This man's strain of infection appears to be much more pathogenic, much more able to wreak havoc with his immune system, and medical providers and public health officials are being well-advi...

The Shapes Of Life: NIGMS Project Yields More Than 1,000 Protein Structures

...no acid sequences. Although the main focus of the second phase of the PSI will be on solving protein struct...e of the PSI will end in mid-2005. Centers for the second phase will be announced in July 2005. In addition to NIGMS, the PSI currently receives funding from...

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