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Virus Can Mutate lethally With Help Of Carbohydrates

Study finds that viruses too look out for carbohydrate molecules so as to prepare for an invasion onto our cells.// A new study by the University of Florida, which has been published in the current Journal of Biological Chemistry, states that it not only humans but viruses too that crave for ...

Elements In Grape fruit Juice Combine Lethally with Certain Drugs, leading to potentially dangerous side effects, study.

Novel research from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill has zeroed in on a substance in grapefruit juice that could cause dangerous side effects when ingested with certain drugs.// Certain medications administered to patients for control of blood pressure and cholesterol and other d...

Fat cells lethally connected to heart disease

For the first time researchers have studied deeply about fat cells, called adipocytes which are close to the blood vessels in the heart .Research has now revealed that these Fat cells around coronary arteries ,// will be a key determiner of heart disease. University of Iowa researchers have reveale...

American Society of Anesthesiologists - 2,211 Patient Deaths From OVER Medication

...s Friedberg. Anesthesia doses based on body weight and changes in pulse and BP were pre-1996, INDIRECT ways to 'guesstimate' drug effect and were lethally inaccurate for those 2,211 patients, as reported in Anesthesiology. Today, there are 6 makers of BAMs. Disclaimer: Dr. Friedberg has no financia...

Saving Money While Protecting Your Health in Tough Economic Times

...er of lipoprotein particles in the blood -- which, if the number becomes too high, triggers the molecules to penetrate the artery wall and quietly but lethally clog and choke the arteries. Today Barb is a heart health advocate who spreads the word to women about the importance of using advanced tools ...

Predicting the future in ovarian cancer

...ssociation of GPR54 and kisspeptin expression with outcome and clear cell type in ovarian carcinoma will stimulate fresh approaches to what is still a lethally intractable disease." ...

New Hope for Regenerative Medicine

...ected uniparental ES cells into wild-type blastocyts to generate chimeric animals; then they harvested these chimeric fetal livers for transplant into lethally irradiated hosts. The scientists found that uniparental ES cells, regardless of parent-of-origin, were able to functionally reconstitute the entire he...

Lethal dose of cosmetic injections paralyzed recipients

...n investigation that stretched for almost two years , by U.S. Centers for Disease Control has determined that the ill effects of those injections were lethally severe as well as long-lasting . The patients were administered botulism toxin A that was meant for research purposes only.The doctor who admin...

Highly Pure Form Of heroin Proving To be lethal Killer

... Strathclyde police have issued a warning to drug users about the quality of the class-A drug. A lethally pure form of heroin is being sold on the west coast// of Scotland has caused a sharp rise in drug-related deaths. Since the beginning of this ye...
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ImmuneRegen BioSciences, Inc. Demonstrates Radilex(TM) Increases Disease-Fighting White Blood Cells

...activity of Radilex as well as suggest possible therapeutic areas in which Radilex could play a role as a potential treatment. In previous studies of lethally irradiated mice, Radilex was shown to enhance survival and increase white blood cells in surviving animals. In the recent studies, a sub-lethal dose o...
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Venomous sea snakes play heads or tails with their predators

...izards, and some land snakes have developed ingenious camouflage deterrent behaviour strategies, but this defence has never been associated with other lethally venomous predators such as sea snakes. Traditionally the only evidence of a defence behaviour strategy in sea snakes has been documented in indiv...

St. Jude study gives new insights into how cells accessorize their proteins

...dren's Research Hospital investigators have gained new insight into how the cell's vast array of proteins would instantly be reduced to a confusion of lethally malfunctioning molecules without a system for proteins to "accessorize" in order to regulate their function. Just as eyeglasses improve vision, a ...

Scripps scientists develop new tests that identify lethal prion strains quickly and accurately

...and then waiting to see how long it takes for the animals to succumb to disease; the higher the prion level, the less time it takes for them to become lethally infected. In contrast, the new Standard Scrapie Cell Assay is based on prion-susceptible cell lines. In the test, cells are exposed to prions and ...
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Tips from the Journals of the American Society for Microbiology

...s. Researchers developed two new vaccine candidates integrating the immune-enhancing protein Interleukin-15 (IL-15) and tested for efficacy in mice lethally challenged with a neurovirulent western reserve strain of vaccinia. Wyeth IL-15 included a strain of the vaccinia virus derived from the Dryvax vacci...
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