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Tadpole soon to help in the fight against cancer and lymphedema

...et the lymphatic network has not been studied much until now and is therefore as good as unknown, quite ama...is the fact that there was not a good model system until now. Lymphatic vessels can be studied in mice but this takes time and is extremely complex. Moreover...

Gradient guides nerve growth down spinal cord

...ey grow down the cervical and thoracic spinal cord until they reach their proper position, usually after seven to ten days. From previous studies, Zou and colleagues knew that a gradient of various Wnt proteins, including Wnt4, formed along the spinal cord around the time of birth. Here they show that two...

Evolution of life on Earth may hold key to finding life in outer space

... is playing at the Burke Baker Planetarium at HMNS until December. "Fantasy Worlds" explores extreme environments of Earth for a rare glimpse at microbes known as extremophiles that thrive in environments once thought too extreme to sustain life. Given the intense conditions under which these microbes are...

Computers close in on protein structure prediction

...t energy state, like a ball that rolls down a hill until it comes to rest on level ground. The energies of hundreds of thousands of possible shapes generated by the computer are computed, and the lowest energy shape is selected as the prediction. The prediction process happens in two steps, Bradley said. ...

Long-sought flower-inducing molecule found

...carrying the properties of "Florigen" have failed, until now. Messenger molecule A research group led by Professor Ove Nilsson at the Umeå Plant Science Centre at the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences has now identified a "messenger molecule" that fulfills all the classical properties of Florig...

Locusts' built-in 'surface analysis' ability directs them to fly overland

...millions of locusts have, since Biblical times and until our very own day, been considered a "plague" of major proportions, with the creatures destroying every growing thing in their path. Until now, it was thought that the directions of these swarms were predominantly directed by prevailing winds. Now, H...

UCLA researchers identify key enzyme linked to childhood blindness

...leaching leaves the rhodopsin insensitive to light until the all trans retinaldehyde is converted, or "isom...ain why finding this enzyme has been so difficult, until now." Other researchers on this project besides Travis and Jin are Hui Sun, assistant professor of ...

Did humans cause ecosystem collapse in ancient Australia?

...hanges, but no changes in the diet and environment until an abrupt transition was noted that corresponded to the arrival of humans. "Humans are the major suspect," commented Fogel. "However, we don't think that over-hunting or new diseases are to blame for the extinctions, because our research sees the eco...

Forsyth scientists find three bacteria associated with oral cancer

...nt. But 60 percent of OSCC cases are not diagnosed until the later stages and fewer than 54 per cent of ind...f cancers. "Far too many people are not diagnosed until their oral cancer is in its advanced stages," Mager said. In part, that is because, in its early sta...

Infectious disease expert warns of spread of Rocky Mountain spotted fever

...n at least 85 percent of patients, does not appear until later in the infection and resembles a pinpoint pa...doxycycline (a version of the common tetracycline) until the patient's fever subsides. Patients continue to take the medication for an additional five days t...

Enzyme affects hypertension by controlling salt levels in body

...se a form of hypertension, abbreviated PHA II, but until now the method by which it affected blood pressure was unclear. By studying animal and human cells in culture, UT Southwestern researchers determined that WNK1 interacts with and activates another enzyme, SGK1, which is well known to lead to the acti...

Less virulent strains of avian influenza can infect humans

... and avoidance of contaminated water are essential until specific prevention measures such as vaccines become available." ...

Experimental shingles vaccine proves effective in nationwide study

...knew who received vaccine and who received placebo until after the study was over. The zoster vaccine used in the study, manufactured by Merck, is a new, more potent version of the chickenpox vaccine used to prevent chickenpox in millions of American children every year since 1995. The zoster vaccine was d...

Transplanting Animal Organs Could Soon Be A Reality

... and avoidance of contaminated water are essential until specific prevention measures such as vaccines become available." ...

First Whole Genome Map of Genetic Variability in Parkinson’s Disease

... and avoidance of contaminated water are essential until specific prevention measures such as vaccines become available." ...

Corn grain mould used as pesticide

...nd Development (the BMZ) is supporting the project until 2006 to the tune of a total of 1.2 million euros. The researchers have made an important advance: "We have examined 3,000 isolates in all and have come across several promising strains," Sebastian Kiewnick states. "Now we'll soon be conducting the fi...

Eating, body weight regulated by specific neurons

... and avoidance of contaminated water are essential until specific prevention measures such as vaccines become available." ...

European Commission funds EBI to do new research on synergies between bioinformatics and medical informatics

... and avoidance of contaminated water are essential until specific prevention measures such as vaccines become available." ...

Researchers develop new testing methods for potential monkeypox or smallpox outbreak

...and the remaining five cases remained unconfirmed, until now. The test the CDC uses to confirm monkeypox cases requires that the virus be directly identified in blood or tissue samples. Because monkeypox virus is eventually cleared by the body, the evidence is quickly wiped out, resulting in a high percen...

'Patient-choice' C-section rate rises 36%: HealthGrades study

... increased support and advocacy, and women waiting until they are older to have their first child." Since the release of HealthGrades' first study on this topic in 2003, the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists' Ethics Committee released an opinion supporting C-sections by patient choice "�...

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