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Neuropathic pain: The sea provides a new hope of relief

...treatments that give some relief to some patients are a very mixed bunch, nearly all found empirically and with many other effects. Amitriptyline, an anti depressant now used for urinary incontinence, has given relief in neuropathic pain; similarly, two drugs designed for treating epilepsy - gabapentin a...

Researchers observe single protein dimers wavering between two symmetrically opposed structures

...ure is made up of the two bound head-to-head. The anti structure is thought to be the active conformation...re is a delicate balance of energy for the syn and anti structures, with mutations or conditions being abl...witched structure from mostly syn to significantly anti by twisting one of the protein copies in the dimer...

Meet-the-expert sessions on 20 key topics to enhance scientific programme of IOFWCO-ECCEO10

...ture healing: can we influence it?, J. Goldhahn (Switzerland) Genetics and osteoporosis: how to assess it?, S. Ferrari (Switzerland) Side effects of anti fracture drugs, S. Adami (Italy) Developmental origins of osteoporotic fracture, C. Cooper (UK) Gait and falls, T. Masud (UK) Don't miss the pre...

Nitrates in vegetables protect against gastric ulcers

...ously received an antibacterial oral spray. When these rats were then given anti inflammatory drugs, damage to the mucous membrane only occurred in the ones...ously received an antibacterial oral spray. When these rats were then given anti inflammatory drugs, damage to the mucous membrane only occurred in the ones...

Bacteria could make new library of cancer drugs that are too complex to create artificially

...uch as streptorubin B, could be even more powerful anti cancer tools, but they cannot currently be easily ... could provide the basis for developing useful new anti cancer drugs. Professor Challis said: "T... the promise that holds for the development of new anti cancer drugs"...

Researchers discover new tumor defense system

... lymphocytes. Thus the cancer may have a way of defending itself against attack by the immune system, thereby reducing the potential efficacy of novel anti cancer therapies that rely on a functioning immune system." The free fatty acids act against cytotoxic T lymphocytes by blocking a number of the ly...
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