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Imaging Lymph Nodes with Nanoparticles

...procedure.The authors developed the algorithm in a training group of 36 patientsand then validated it in a group of 34 patients. The results areencouraging: the analysis showed a sensitivity of 98% (95% confidenceinterval, 88%?9%) and a specificity of 92% (95% confidence interval,87%?6%). The advantages of au...

Marburg virus disease in Angola - update

...g assistance in infection control in Luanda, where training will be provided for health care staff from all provinces in the country. The Canadian National Microbiology Laboratory will be setting up a mobile laboratory in Uige and CDC will be providing laboratory support in Luanda. UNICEF is carrying out soci...

First real-time view of developing neurons reveals surprises, say Stanford researchers

...that neurons need a long period of fine-tuning and training with other neurons before they take on their adult role. But after using new technology for the first time to watch these cells develop, a team of researchers at the Stanford University School of Medicine found that neurons come into this world with ...

Plants defy Mendel's inheritance laws, may prompt textbook changes

...he normal grandparents," Pruitt said. "Our genetic training tells us that's just not possible. This challenges everything we believe. "We've done a lot of experiments, described in this paper, that show none of the simple explanations account for this skipping of generations by an inherited trait." The scie...

Bird Brains Show How Trial and Error May Contribute to Learning

...ral fellow, is in the final months of her doctoral training in the laboratory of co-author Allison Doupe at the University of California, San Francisco's Keck Center for Integrative Neuroscience. A similar brain pathway in humans may explain how children learn to talk by listening to themselves and others, a...

World-first Living Donor Islet Cell Transplant A Success; Procedure Offers Promise For Diabetics

...re he originally did living donor liver transplant training with Dr. Tanaka. Dr. Masumoto was previously based in Seattle and had been involved in Dr. Shapiro's international trial of the Edmonton Protocol before returning to Japan. Dr. Shapiro first suggested the idea of starting a living donor islet transpl...

WHO Warns Of Increased Risk Of Vector-borne Diseases In Tsunami-affected Areas

...agnostic kits, medical supplies and equipment, and training of local health workers. WHO, with national authorities, are increasing awareness among national and international personnel regarding risk of dengue infection. "Proper management of dengue hemorrhage fever can reduce fatality rates and save many li...

Glow-in-the-dark zebrafish at UH hold keys to biological clocks

...enter in Kansas City and received his postdoctoral training at Emory University. He received his doctorate in biology and neuroscience from the University of Oregon in Eugene, where he studied the mechanisms of circadian responses to light. He graduated with his bachelor of science from the College of Biologi...

Marburg haemorrhagic fever in Angola update

...ities for outbreak response to national staff, and training efforts are under way with this goal in mind. ...

Emergence of cancer as major cause of childhood death in developing countries is not being adequately addressed

...es of pediatric oncology units and coordinators of training for essential cancer care providers.?/p> The a...ionship. A program that concentrates on education, training and the treatment of the most responsive cancers could be effective. For example, in parts of Africa...

Leprosy microbes lead scientists to immune discovery

...an 300 faculty members are engaged in teaching and training the 900-plus student body in a broad spectrum of disciplines crucial to the health and well being of individuals and populations around the world. Programs and projects range from the molecular biology of AIDS vaccines to the epidemiology of cancer; ...

Brain-injury rehabilitation depends on acetylcholine circuitry

...t the former region did not require rehabilitative training to reorganize itself. "Identifying neuronal mechanisms underlying the reorganization of cortical representations will likely be an important precursor for designing therapeutic strategies to enhance functional recovery following nervous system injur...

Too much water may be as dangerous as too little during long-distance athletic events

...f different body types and with varying degrees of training and heat acclimatization. ...

Bush, Cheney and Rumsfeld are now species of slime-mold beetles -- but strictly in homage

...f different body types and with varying degrees of training and heat acclimatization. ...

New design : complete

...f different body types and with varying degrees of training and heat acclimatization. ...

Mouse with designer liver has enhanced glucose tolerance, insulin response

...ent in the Burnham Institute-UCSD's joint graduate training program in Molecular Pathology. Jerrold Olefsky, Ph.D. and Andrea Hevener, Ph.D. are Professor and Adjunct Associate Professor, respectively, in the Department of Medicine at the University of California, San Diego. This project was supported by gr...

'EuroVacc 02' HIV Vaccine Trial Begins

...tion. The Foundation also promotes educational and training programmes relevant to vaccine development worldwide. ### Notes: Contrary to classical vaccine boosters, one strategy being developed for a preventive HIV vaccine comprises two different "antigen transporters" (vectors). A first dose of antigen ...

Bioinformatics reveals new gene regulation system

... says Gelfand, director of the IITP's research and training center of bioinformatics. "It's a proof of principle that you can go a very long way by comparative genomics now." Their findings will be published in the July issue of Trends in Genetics, with early publication now online. Gelfand is presenting the ...

Exercise training in ordinary people affects the activity of 500 genes

.... The study also reveals that great differences in training response may be due to the ability in some people ...t hundreds of genes are activated by regular cycle training for six weeks in young healthy men. Some of these genes are most likely linked to diabetes and cardi...

Going To Extremes To Improve Human Health

... Halliwill and Minson share a strong commitment to training future researchers in environmental physiology. Currently, about 40 graduate students are enrolled in the Department of Human Physiology, which also has roughly 400 undergraduate majors. (The department, previously known as Exercise and Movement Scie...

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