Cancer Drug Helps An Anti-Cancer Virus To Act More Exhaustively
In a new study researchers claim to have discovered how a specific chemotherapy drug helps a cancer-killing virus // .
The research that was conducted on the use of a virus in animals for the treatment of incurable human brain tumours, had been led by scientists from the Ohio State University...
Embryonic Stem Cells Create Healthy Muscle in Mice
...linical application," said Perlingeiro. "The main hurdle is to make sure we can indeed combine successfully these two approaches, and test these cells exhaustively
in mouse models before we think about clinical trials."
Muhlrad also cautioned that this research is a long way from human use.
"While mice prov...
Emotional State Doesn't Affect Cancer Survival
... bad -- is not an independent factor affecting prognosis.
"We anticipated finding that emotional well-being would predict the outcome of cancer. We exhaustively
looked for it, and we concluded there is no effect for emotional well-being on cancer outcome," said study author and University of Pennsylvania psych...
Nature Behind Most New Drugs
...ill a long way off before drugs derived from them could be used on humans, says Farnsworth.
He also points out only a handful of plants have been exhaustively
studied for their potential value as a source of drugs, despite the dramatic advances made in this century in science and technology.
Exhaustively in Biological News
Researchers compile 'molecular manual' for 100s of inherited diseases
...ll appear in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences and has been published online.
"Disease processes in humans are far from being exhaustively
understood and characterized, in part because they are the result of complex interactions between many molecules that may take place only in specific ...
TGen investigators devise faster, cheaper way of analyzing the human genome
...ng by a separate method such as custom SNP genotyping.
Conducting polymorphism discovery and variant calling within one sequencing experiment.
resequencing for all common and rare variants.
The new method of analyzing human genetics should enable scientists at TGen and elsewhere to push a...
Pressured by predators, lizards see rapid shift in natural selection
...rinatus) commonly found on nearby islands and known as a natural colonizer of small cays. The scientists kept six other control cays predator-free and exhaustively
counted, marked, and measured lizards on all 12 isles.
Anolis sagrei spends much of its time on the ground, but previous research has shown that ...
Exhaustively in Biological Technology
Nanotubes grown straight in large numbers
...s of nanotubes can be transferred onto the less-expensive semiconductor wafers normally used in computer chips, Liu said. He and collaborators are now exhaustively
testing their nanotubes to see how many have the right architectures to serve as semiconductors.
Stemagen First to Create Cloned Human Embryos From Adult Cells
...tory staff. Timing is a
critical element in maximizing the probability of success in this type of
Wood points out that this research was exhaustively
scrutinized by some
of the world's most respected scientists and underwent an exceptionally
rigorous process of verification, "This achievement was so...
VaxGen Addresses MPM Claims in Letter to Stockholders
...ciled, and some as-of-yet unidentified, hypothetical transaction be
pursued over a more extended period of time. VaxGen's management and Board,
evaluated a multitude of potential opportunities over a
period of 10 months, simply do not see this as a better alternative to the
proposed merger wit...
Improve Recovery and Reproducibility with Pre-Treatment of Analytical TSK-GEL G3000SWXL Size Exclusion Columns
... with proprietary hydrophilic
diol-type coatings have been widely used since their introduction by Kato
et al. in 1987. Although exhaustively
derivatized, unreacted silanol groups
and the hydrophilic coating may contribute to unwanted ionic or hydrophobic
Analysis of a Verapamil Microsomal Incubation using Metabolite ID and Mass FrontierTM
...latory and toxicity issues are involved. By the time a drug candidate reaches the latter stages of development, a team of scientists might spend years exhaustively
characterizing its metabolic products.
LC/MS has become the technique of choice in these metabolism studies due to its inherently high level...
Exhaustively in Biological Definition
...l as Wolfgang Gerhard.
The science was made famous in the United States in 1994 when prosecutors heavily relied on and through expert witnesses exhaustively
presented and explained DNA evidence allegedly linking O. J. Simpson to a double murder.
In June of 2003 , because of new DNA evidence, Dennis...