Real Life Jekyll and Hyde
A rare sleep disorder, indeed Europe’s only recorded case, turns a mild mannered 70-year-old man into a foul-mouthed violent monster// at night.
Derek Rogers and his wife have ‘nightmares’ during the day, of the night to come. Once he falls asleep at night, Rogers wakes up soon after, a differ...
From the ethics of Dr. Frankenstein to preventing cardiovascular disease
...f horrific outcomes of research? Two classical 19th century novels -- Mary Shelley's Frankenstein and Robert Louis Stevenson's The Strange Case of Dr. jekyll
and Mr. Hyde -- will provide the background for a panel discussion about scientific ethics. What were the relevant questions in scientific ethics in t...
Protein can nurture or devastate brain cells, depending on its 'friends,' researchers find
... DALLAS Nov. 11, 2008 Researchers at UT Southwestern Medical Center have uncovered new insights into the "Dr. jekyll
and Mr. Hyde" nature of a protein that stimulates stem-cell maturation in the brain but, paradoxically, can also lead to nerve-cell damage.
Scientists ID 'Jekyll-Hyde' Protein in Lou Gehrig's Disease
...ALS," Brandeis chemist Jeff Agar said in a university news release.
"The protein superoxide dismutase, normally a useful antioxidant, goes from Dr. jekyll
to Mr. Hyde when it clumps up," Agar said.
The study was published this week in the journal PLoS Biology .
The next phase of this research is ...
Mothers and Offspring Can Share Cells Throughout Life
surveillance of malignant cells in the mother. They caution that further
studies are needed to confirm the theory.
Microchimerism reveals its jekyll
and Hyde personality in the case of
autoimmune diseases. In the late 1990s, Nelson's group was the first to
investigate microchimerism in an autoimmun...
Residual fetal cells in women may provide protection against breast cancer
...ancer, according to researchers at Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center. The findings, published in the Oct. 1 issue of Cancer Research, add to the jekyll
and Hyde characteristics of fetal microchimerism, or FMc, which has been found to be both detrimental and beneficial to womens health.
In this latest...
Brooding Could Kill, Warn Psychologists
...ruminators often were anxious little kids, Nolen-Hoeksema says.
Karen Mead, 62, of St. Paul was one of those. Living with an alcoholic father, "a jekyll
and Hyde character," she constantly worried about his unpredictable moods. "I also worried so much about whether people would like me, what people wou...
Microbial biofilms evoke Jekyll & Hyde effects
Microbes such as bacteria tend to live in complex colonies called biofilms, where there can resist antibiotics and cause more problems for the immune system. Biofilms comprising millions of bacteria are at the root of many serious chronic infectious diseases such as cystic fibrosis and periodontal...
A Jekyll and Hyde of cytokines: IL-25 both promotes and limits inflammatory diseases
The same signal responsible for promoting the type of immune responses that cause asthma and allergy can also limit the type of inflammation associated with debilitating diseases like inflammatory bowel disease, arthritis and multiple sclerosis, according to researchers from the University of Penns...
'Jekyll and Hyde' bacteria offer pest control clue
... New research at York has revealed so-called jekyll
and Hyde bacteria, suggesting a novel way to contr...triguing new category of organism that they dubbed jekyll
and Hyde bacteria.
Black bean aphids can live o...ria are harmless or even beneficial this is their jekyll
But on certain plants, the relationship ...
Therapeutic role found for carbon monoxide
... In a medical case of jekyll
and Hyde, carbon monoxide ?the highly toxic gas emitted from auto exhausts and faulty heating systems ?has proven effective in treating the symptoms o...
Wisconsin scientists discover a master key to microbes' pathogenic lifestyles
... in the April 28 edition of the journal Science.
The discovery could lead to new treatments, and possibly vaccines for the diseases caused by these jekyll
and Hyde microbes, says Bruce Klein, a UW-Madison professor of pediatrics, internal medicine and medical microbiology and immunology, and the senior a...
In public attitudes about taxes and spending, Wisconsin is Jekyll and Hyde
For all the talk-show chatter about cutting government spending and holding the line on taxes in Wisconsin, do state policymakers or the people they represent really want to bite the bullet?
Based on what happened last week in the Wisconsin Assembly, and what is likely to happen this week in the...
In the Wisconsin Legislature, the promise of a productive session
... Former Assembly Speaker Tom Loftus, who held the Wisconsin Legislatures top spot from 1985 to 1991, reflected on the bodys jekyll
and Hyde characteristics in his book, The Art of Legislative Politics.
A legislature can be an institution where individuals act collectively for t...