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Take it if you can - Tough Times in Life Churn out Greenhorns

If you thought that, people who actually face tough times in life, are better equipped to steer through the pathways in life, a startling study has revealed exactly// the contrary. A finding from the University of Leicester has revealed that such people are the ones who are vulnerable to deception ...

Bcl6 gene sculpts helper T cell to boost antibody production

... the spleen," said senior author Chen Dong, Ph.D., professor in M. D. Anderson's Department of Immunology. Germinal centers are powerful machines that churn out lots of antibodies. In the adaptive immune system, B cells present an antigen - a distinctive piece of an invading bacterium or virus - to T ce...

How cells change gears: New insights published in Nature Genetics

...ription"the process by which messenger RNA is generated from DNA. These messenger RNA strands then travel to cellular factories called ribosomes which churn out proteins based on the specifications of the mRNA. "Transcription is one of the most important events in the cellit determines cell morphology ...

Gurgle's Guide on How to Beat Morning Sickness and Pregnancy Fatigue

...morning sickness: -   Stock up on fluids to prevent dehydration -   Keep away from any foods that make your stomach churn -   Ginger biscuits are recommended for alleviating symptoms -   Eat foods high in starch -   Don't ev...

World Health Care Congress and Connextions Health Will Host Leadership Summit to Address Member Retention for Health Insurance Plans

..., rather than employers. As a result, brand loyalty and reduction of member churn are now priorities for most health insurers. Through interactive worksh... Designing and managing the member experience to extend persistency, reduce churn and increase the window of plan profitability Retaining and converting to...

World Health Care Congress and ConnextionsHealth Will Host Leadership Summit to Address Member Retention for Health Insurance Plans

..., rather than employers. As a result, brand loyalty and reduction of member churn are now priorities for most health insurers. Through interactive works... Designing and managing the member experience to extend persistency, reduce churn and increase the window of plan profitability Retaining and convert...

Family stress and child's temper extremes contribute to anxiety and depression in children

...the results show that girls are more likely to develop emotional problems at 12-13 years of age than boys. - Research indicates that girls tend to churn over problems and events more than boys. In addition, early puberty in girls is thought to make them extra vulnerable to developing depressive symptom...

A new view of drugs used to treat rheumatoid arthritis

... of boot camp for immune cells like B cells and T cells that mix and swap information about invaders like bacteria and viruses. The structures swiftly churn out lots of B cells, which the body uses to tag invaders for destruction. In healthy people, once an infection is beaten off, the germinal centers ...

Northwestern exposing most deadly infectious diseases in 3-D

...l also be looking at newly emerging diseases and drug resistant infections. His team -- which includes researchers at seven other institutions -- will churn out the three dimensional atomic structures of at least 75 disease proteins a year and quickly post their discoveries on a special website for scienti...

Consumer Reports Health News

...Visit Consumer Reports online for the full report about winter blues and when prescription drugs can be helpful. FIRST LOOK: BREYERS FAT FREE DOUBLE churn ICE CREAM Consumer Reports last reported on "churned" ice cream in August, 2004, when CR gave a pretty good review of Dreyer's/Edy's light ice cream....
Churn in Biological News

Microbes churn out hydrogen at record rate

By adding a few modifications to their successful wastewater fuel cell, researchers have coaxed common bacteria to produce hydrogen in a new, efficient way. Bruce Logan and colleagues at Penn State University had already shown success at using microbes to produce electricity. Now, using starter...

American Chemical Society's Weekly Presspac -- June 17, 2009

... Importantly, the new research adds evidence to the belief that acetic acid fights fat by turning on genes for fatty acid oxidation enzymes. The genes churn out proteins involved in breaking down fats, thus suppressing body fat accumulation in the body. ARTICLE #4 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE "Acetic Acid Up...

American Chemical Society's Weekly PressPac -- June 3, 2009

...issue of ACS Chemical Biology , a monthly journal. In the study, Anna K. Mapp and colleagues discusses molecules that cause genes to be active and churn out proteins so-called transcriptional activators. That's because they control a key process known as transcription, in which instructions coded in g...

Shrimp trawling may boost mercury in red snapper, study suggests

... Chumchal and colleagues hypothesize that increases in mercury contamination are related to the bottom-scouring effects of trawling operations, which churn sediments into the oxygen-rich upper levels of the ocean, making embedded mercury more accessible for easy uptake in the food chain. Young snapper...

CSHL scientists identify new drug target against virulent type of breast cancer

... Tumor cells in a particular subset of breast cancer patients churn out too much of a protein called ErbB2 -- also often called HER2 -- which drives the cells to proliferate unchecked. Patients unlucky enough to be in...

Caltech engineers build mini drug-producing biofactories in yeast

... PASADENA, Calif.-- Researchers at the California Institute of Technology have developed a novel way to churn out large quantities of drugs, including antiplaque toothpaste additives, antibiotics, nicotine, and even morphine, using mini biofactories--in yeast....

Explorers marvel at 'Brittlestar City' on seamount in powerful current swirling around Antarctica

...rarely reached by scientists. Macquarie Ridge is one of a few places where the Antarctic Circumpolar Current is detoured in its endless clockwise churn at the globes southernmost latitudes playing a vital part in the global ecosystem, merging and mixing waters of the Atlantic, Indian and Pacific Ocea...

UCSD bioengineering grad student wins leadership award

...oleum based. This may change. Feist a bioengineering Ph.D. candidate at UCSD is doing fundamental research that could lead to more efficient ways to churn out renewable biopolymers for green plastics using microorganisms as factories. Within the bioengineering department at UCSDs Jacobs School of Enginee...

Northwestern to expose most deadly infectious diseases in 3-D

...l also be looking at newly emerging diseases and drug resistant infections. His team -- which includes researchers at seven other institutions -- will churn out the three dimensional atomic structures of at least 75 disease proteins a year and quickly post their discoveries on a special website for scienti...

Could 'hairy roots' become biofactories?

...roots" are transgenic, meaning they contain the genes of both the host plant and the bacterium. Scientists believe they can create hairy roots that churn out the product of inserted genes with a stability and productivity not possible with most other plant cell cultures. San '78, Rice's E.D. Butcher Pro...
Churn in Biological Technology

Using living cells as nanotechnology factories

...of the DNA. By theoretically starting with just a single phagemid infection, and a single milliliter of cultured cells, Yan found that the cells could churn out trillions of the DNA junction nanostructures. The DNA nanostructures produced in the cells were also found to fold correctly, just like the pre...

Nanotechnology innovation may revolutionize gene detection in a single cell

...he self-assembled DNA nanoarrays as nucleic acid probe tiles, which look like a nanosized postage stamp. In a single step, the M13 scaffold system can churn out as many as 100 trillion of the tiles with close to100 percent yield. Yans team designed three different DNA probe tiles to detect three differ...

Building a "Real Time" Economy in Wisconsin

... scientific research--and with good reason. Institutions such as the UW-Madison, the Marshfield Clinic and Milwaukee's medical and engineering centers churn out world-class ideas. But research alone won't build Wisconsin's "real-time" economy, an economy that responds quickly and efficiently to the eve...

The latest job-creation statistics on Wisconsin may surprise you.

...sized by Gov. Jim Doyle and the Legislature as they attempt to keep state spending under control. While Madisons tech and service sectors continue to churn out jobs, it is basically breaking even with the decline in government payrolls. According to federal statistics, Wisconsin ranked behind only a h...

CEOs and CIOs must be 'joined at the hip'

...t the land," he stated. For his part, Cagigal would like to field more employee questions about new or existing technologies. "We don't have enough churn in our organization to test the mettle of our [IT] folks," he said. Tom Koulopoulos, founder and CEO of Delphi Group , a Boston-based thought-lead...

Promega Corporation: Wisconsin's quiet innovator

... to those outside the life-science realm, that is. Inside the privately held company's suburban Madison walls, it's anything but silent, as a constant churn of innovation takes place. Thus far, that innovation has produced about 200 patents and more than 1,500 research products, including 130 new product i...
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