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Smoking and Caffeine Inversely Associated With Parkinson's Disease

Individuals with Parkinson's disease are less likely to smoke or consume high doses of caffeine than their family members who do not have the disease//, according to a report. Smoking cigarettes, consuming caffeine and taking non-steroidal anti-inflammatory (NSAID) medications (such as aspiri...

Environmental manganese good in trace amounts but can correlate to cancer rates

... appears to be positively associated with total cancer, colon cancer and lung cancer death rates, while airborne manganese concentrations appear to be inversely associated with total cancer, breast cancer and lung cancer death rates. "People need manganese in trace amounts, but if you get too mu...

Anxiety and depression lower quality of life in majority of systemic lupus erythematosus patients

... not correlate with any of the subscale of SF-36. The total summary score, the PCS and the mental component summary (MCS) scores of the SF-36 were all inversely correlated with the number of NP events (for all r=-0,5, p SLE is a complex autoimmune disease characterised by chronic inflammation and damage to b...

Alcohol types and socioeconomic status are associated with Barrett's esophagus risk

...) Institute. Education Status Is Significantly inversely Associated with BE Risk A new diagnosis of BE ...lement use. In addition, higher education level is inversely related to the risk. People with BE have a 30 t...umption and BE. Education status was significantly inversely associated with the risk of BE. "Future studies...

Calcium associated with lower risk of cancer in women

...of up to 1,300 milligrams per day, after which no further risk reduction was observed. "In both men and women, dairy food and calcium intakes were inversely associated with cancers of the digestive system," the authors write. The one-fifth of men who consumed the most calcium through food and supplements (...

Calcium Helps Ward Off Colon Cancer

... questionnaire when they enrolled and then were followed for an average of seven years. "In both men and women, dairy food and calcium intakes were inversely associated with cancers of the digestive system," the researchers reported in the Feb. 23 issue of the Archives of Internal Medicine. The top one...

Transplanted fatty livers associated with worse prognosis for patients with HCV

...ted cirrhosis," the authors report. Patient survival was significantly worse when graft steatosis was 30 percent or more. Survival of the graft was inversely proportional to donor liver steatosis. After three years, graft survival was 72 percent for transplant recipients whose donor livers had no steatosis,...

Risk takers, drug abusers driven by decreased ability to process dopamine

...ed autoreceptors that help limit dopamine release when these cells are stimulated. "We've found that the density of these dopamine autoreceptors is inversely related to an individual's interest in and desire for novel experiences," David Zald, associate professor of psychology and lead author of the study, ...

Increasing physical activity and limiting television may lead to reduction in type 2 diabetes

...Health Study, (an ongoing prospective follow-up study of AfricanAmerican women from across the U.S.), the researchers found that vigorous activity was inversely associated with a reduced risk of diabetes. Brisk walking (for five plus hours/week) was also associated with a reduced risk of diabetes, as compared...

Baird Hosts Small Cap Health Care Conference : Senior Healthcare Distribution & Services Research Analyst Eric Coldwell Shares Insights on Sector

... in a bear market for seven years, Contract Research Organizations (CROs) have been in a bull market for that whole time. CROs find their fortunes are inversely correlated to other companies in their industry. As pharmaceutical companies struggle with the lack of new drug approvals and increased generic compet...
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Synvista Therapeutics Announces First Dosing of SYI-2074 in Clinical Trial for Psoriasis

...and reduced levels of GPx put them at risk for those diseases or complications. In humans, research suggests the risk of cardiovascular disease varies inversely with levels of GPx activity (i.e., higher levels of oxidized lipids promote the creation of oxygen free radicals and reactive oxygen species (ROS), su...

Enobia Initiates Infantile Enzyme Replacement Trial for Rare Bone Disease

...lization, leading to rickets in infants and children and osteomalacia ("soft bones" resulting from poor mineralization) in adults. Disease severity is inversely proportional to the age at symptom onset, but morbidity can be cumulative and worsen with age. Clinical severity ranges from the severe perinatal or i...

Genetic Immunity Presents Clinical Data on DermaVir Patch Immune Therapy at 15th Annual Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections

...ng, 10-100 fold increased PHPC counts over baseline were detected during the one year follow up. An independent study has demonstrated that PHPC count inversely correlates with viral load. Safety was assessed with standard clinical and laboratory evaluations, and dermatological analysis of skin reaction. Der...

The New England Journal of Medicine Publishes First Clinical Results for MedImmune's Chitinase-like Protein YKL-40 in Patients With Asthma

...levels may be associated with asthma severity, and inversely with lung function. To determine this potential co....05). Additionally, serum YKL-40 levels correlated inversely with pulmonary function in all three cohorts. YKL- 40 levels correlated inversely with FEV1 (Yale, r= -0.22, P=0.01; Wisconsin, r= -...

Feeling Anxious or Distracted? New Research Shows a Cup of Tea Could Help

...catechins, may help support the brain as we age. Indeed, tea consumption is inversely correlated with the incidence of dementia, Alzheimer's disease and Parkinso...uits and vegetables, chocolate, wine and tea. Intake of flavonoids has been inversely associated with the incidence of many chronic diseases, including cardiovas...
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SHBG IRMA Test

Description:...en reported in a number of conditions, including obesity and female hyperandrogenism (including polycystic ovary disease) [1,2]. Serum SHBG levels are inversely related to free, presumably bioactive, testosterone concentrations, and as a result a free testosterone index based on the ratio of total testosterone...
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IGFBP-1, Total IRMA Test

Description:...horylated IGFBP-1 has been shown to have 4- to 6-fold lower affinity for IGF-I compared with phosphorylated IGFBP-1 variants [7,9]. IGFBP-1 levels are inversely related to insulin concentrations and are not correlated with growth hormone or glucose levels [12,13]. Subsequently, measurement of IGFBP-1 levels ma...
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IGFBP-1, Total ELISA Test

Description:...horylated IGFBP-1 has been shown to have 4- to 6-fold lower affinity for IGF-I compared with phosphorylated IGFBP-1 variants [7,9]. IGFBP-1 levels are inversely related to insulin concentrations and are not correlated with growth hormone or glucose levels [12,13]. Subsequently, measurement of IGFBP-1 levels ma...
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DHEA-S ELISA

Description:...one hour incubation the microtiterplate is washed to stop the competition reaction. Having added the substrate solution the concentration of DHEA-S is inversely proportional to the optical density measured....
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17-OH Progesterone EIA Reproductive Markers 020-DR-1292 Reproductive Hormones

Description:...e hour incubation the microtiterplate is washed to stop the competition reaction. Having added the substrate solution the concentration of 17aOHP is inversely proportional to the optical density measured....
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Estrone EIA Reproductive Markers 011-CAN-E-420

Description:...gate complex (HRP-avidin: biotin-labelled estrone) bound to the antibody is inversely proportional to the concentration of the unlabeled estrone. Unbound materia...are removed by the washing and decanting procedures. The optical density is inversely proportional to the concentration of estrone present in the serum. A set of...
Company:ALPCO Diagnostics

Testosterone EIA Reproductive Markers 020-DR-1559

Description:... incubation the microtiterplate is washed to stop the competition reaction. Having added the substrate solution the concentration of Testosterone is inversely proportional to the optical density measured....
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Progesterone EIA Reproductive Markers 020-DR-1561

Description:...ncubation the microtiterplate is washed to stop the competition reaction. Having added the substrate solution the concentration of Progesterone is inversely proportional to the optical density measured....
Company:ALPCO Diagnostics

Vitamin D 25-Hydroxy ELISA 026-AC-57F1 Bone and Mineral Metabolism

Description:...a chromogenic substrate (TMB). The absorbance of the stopped reaction mixtures are read in a microtitre plate reader, colour intensity developed being inversely proportional to the concentration of 25-OH D....
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Fibrinogen

...ogen is useful to predict the risk of ... Elevated fibrinogen levels are probably not as important as the big risk factors ... Birth weight was inversely associated with fibrinogen (β per 1-unit change in z ... Fibrinogen was assayed by the automated von Clauss assay, and factors VII and ... Exc...
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Race/ethnicity, family income and education associated with sugar consumption

...s to questions about added sugars. Both NCI and NHLBI are part of the National Institutes of Health. In men and women, intakes of added sugars were inversely related to both education and family income. There were significant differences across race/ethnicity groups with Asian-Americans having the lowest in...

Common allergy drug reduces obesity and diabetes in mice

... tissue of normal-weight humans and mice, but were virtually absent in the same tissue from obese and diabetic humans and mice. Their numbers were inversely correlated with the numbers of a class of inflammatory immune cells, macrophages, in a sense creating parallel universes of fat. While obese and diabe...

Vitamin D levels linked to asthma severity

...ides evidence for a link between vitamin D insufficiency and asthma severity. Serum levels of vitamin D in more than 600 Costa Rican children were inversely linked to several indicators of allergy and asthma severity, including hospitalizations for asthma, use of inhaled steroids and total IgE levels, acco...

Plant gene mapping may lead to better biofuel production

...ations about gene expression and gene location in their study of the acyl-modifying enzyme genes. "We discovered a few unique pairs of genes that were inversely overlapped with their neighboring genes on the genome," Liu said. In this unique organization, the paired genes (sequences of DNA) produce protein-enc...

Beverage consumption a bigger factor in weight

... Chen, MD, PhD, MHS, lead author of the study and a Bloomberg School graduate. "Changes in the consumption of diet drinks and alcoholic beverages were inversely associated with weight loss, but were not statistically significant. Our study supports policy recommendations and public health efforts to reduce int...

Adiponectin is a metabolic link between obesity and bone mineral density

... strength of the femur neck, representing the hip, was also weaker in both females and males overexpressing adiponectin. Serum adiponectin levels were inversely correlated with femur bone mineral content, further emphasizing that a high level of adiponectin impedes bone development at not only the lumbar spine...

Gene associated with pair-bonding in animals has similar effects in human males

...enetic data. They report in this week's on-line issue of the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences that, in men, having allele 334 was inversely linked to measures of the strength of a person's bond to their mate. They also report that men who carried two copies of allele 334 were more than twi...

How what and how much we eat (and drink) affects our risk of cancer

...l of alcohol consumption. Within the rs1614972 sequence, the variant form of the gene offered a protective effect against breast cancer that varied inversely proportional with the drinking level. The more alcohol women drank, the less protective the effect and the higher their risk of developing breast canc...

T-cadherin affects blood vessel growth in breast cancer, hormone from fat cells may play a role

...owed for the first time in a living model that T-cadherin is essential for binding adiponectin, a hormone produced by fatty tissue that is released in inversely proportional amounts to body fat. Adiponectin has a protective effect against metabolic diseases including diabetes, hypertension, heart disease, and ...

Extract of broccoli sprouts may protect against bladder cancer

...f broccoli sprouts in order to derive protective benefits. Epidemiologic studies have shown that dietary ITCs and cruciferous vegetable intake are inversely associated with bladder cancer risk in humans. It is possible that ITC doses much lower than those given to the rats in this study may be adequate for...
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Scientists demonstrate effect of confining dielectrics on semiconductor nanowire conductivity

...from the temperature dependence of the nanowire conductivity. The dominant term of the activation energies extracted out of the data was found to vary inversely with the radii of the nanowires, confirming a previous theoretical prediction. Further, detailed calculations using finite element method, carried...

Enobia Completes Target Enrollment in Clinical Trial for Infantile Hypophosphatasia

...ization, leading to rickets in infants and children and osteomalacia ("soft bones" resulting from poor mineralization) in adults. Disease severity is inversely proportional to the age at symptom onset, but morbidity is cumulative and worsens with age. Clinical severity ranges from the severe perinatal or inf...

JCI table of contents: April 22, 2008

...study, it was shown that in a group of obese individuals at high risk of developing kidney disease levels of adiponectin in the bloodstream correlated inversely with albuminuria. Consistent with this data, mice lacking adiponectin exhibited increased albuminuria when compared with normal mice. In vitro studies...

Martek Announces Fourth Quarter and FY 2007 Financial Results

...rt of 1,770 children known to be at genetic risk for developing Type 1 diabetes. Results showed that the omega-3 fatty acid levels were inversely correlated with the risk for developing diabetes in this group of at-risk children. These investigators are further investigating this r...

Business Worst Practices: A new best seller?

...k and instead reward those that are more political. The good people usually leave and what is left is a bunch of political deadwood that all have egos inversely proportionate to their skills and work ethic. By the way, this includes executive management as well. Everyone wants team players Many people ...

Prominence UFLC

...fficiency even if the mobile phase flow rate is high. This makes them well suited to high-speed analysis. However, since column pressure increases inversely proportional to the square of the diameter of the packing material particle, special HPLC instruments that have resistance to high pressure are ...

cAMP DataFile: Homogenous Cyclic AMP detection using High Efficiency Fluorescence Polarization

...und to the antibody. Addition of analyte competes with the tracer for the limited binding sites, so that the extent of polarization is inversely proportional to the concentration of analyte. HEFP is a detection method that discriminates on the basis of molecular size. The tracer-antibody compl...

Immunoassay of Theophylline by fluorescence polarisation

...e a bronchodilator in the control of asthma, for example. The observed fluorescence polarization of a fluorescein-labeled theophylline tracer is inversely related to the drug concentration. The drug level in a given sample therefore can be determined by comparison with a calibration curve.

The let-7 microRNA Family Regulates RAS: Implications for Development and Oncogenesis

... cell proliferation. A prediction from this model is that let-7 miRNA and RAS protein expression should be inversely proportional in lung cancer samples. To test this hypothesis, both RNA and protein were isolated ...

Two-step Gradient PCR*

...At temperatures higher than 60.8C, a pattern of non-specific product amplification appeared, where the intensity of that product was inversely proportional with the intensity of the specific product (Figure 1b). While a conclusive reason for this non-specific amplification product ...
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Amphetamine ELISA Kit, Ultra from Neogen Corporation

Description:...e (TMB) is added. After a 30 minute substrate incubation the test can be read visually or with a microplate reader. The extent of color development is inversely proportional to the amount of drug in the sample or control. The absence of the drug in the sample will result in a blue color, whereas the presence o...
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Gel electrophoresis

...e(s), the bands it displays can be compared to those of the mixture(s) in order to determine their size. The distance a band travels is approximately inversely proportional to the log 10 of the size of the molecule. Types Gel electrophoresis is used in genetics and biochemistry : Gel electropho...

Fick's law of diffusion

...r which diffusion is taking place, A Proportional to the difference in partial pressures of the gas across the membrane , P 2 - P 1 inversely proportional to the distance over which diffusion must take place, or in other words the thickness of the membrane, D . Fick's first law is als...

Gel electrophoresis

...e(s), the bands it displays can be compared to those of the mixture(s) in order to determine their size. The distance a band travels is approximately inversely proportional to the log 10 of the size of the molecule. Types Gel electrophoresis is used in genetics and biochemistry : Gel electropho...

Leaf

...ped with a small short point, as a continuation of the midrib; tipped with a mucro. mucronulate: mucronate, but with a smaller spine. obcordate: inversely heart-shaped, deeply notched at the top. obtuse: rounded or blunt truncate: ending abruptly with a flat end, that looks cut off. Leaf bas...

Meiosis

...n animal cells and presents no DNA replication. Two daughter cells are formed by the end of Telophase I. Meiosis II Prophase II takes an inversely proportional time compared to telophase I. In this prophase we see the disappearance of the nucleoli and the nuclear envelope again as well as the sh...

Microscope

...re or inspection, and the like. Great working distance and depth of field here are important qualities for this type of microscope. Both qualities are inversely correlated with resolution: the higher the resolution (i.e., magnification), the smaller the depth of field and working distance. A stereo microscope ...
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