Umbilical cord protein analysis detects early onset infection
... Yale School of Medicine researchers have identified proteins associated with early onset neonatal sepsis (EONS), a stealthy
bacterial infection linked to premature birth, illness and death. Using protein analysis, the researchers have found the biomarkers that can provide k...
Uncovering the Achilles' heel of the HIV-1 envelope
...t HIV-1 viral isolates around the world.
The present study reveals that much of the MPER is actually embedded in the viral membrane. As such, this stealthy
segment appears to divert the immune attack elsewhere, namely to the exposed variable elements of the viral envelope and immunodominant regions which ...
Knowing Your Risks Can Stop the Sneak Thief of Sight
...groups and others with a family history of glaucoma are particularly vulnerable
SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 3 /PRNewswire/ -- Glaucoma is a stealthy
most people have no early symptoms and do not notice as their peripheral
vision diminishes or blind spots occur. As a result, about half of t...
Stealthy killer in Australia: Ovarian Cancer
... Ovarian cancer continues to be a stealthy
killer in Australia since almost of the cases that are diagnosed //are sadly in the advanced stages. Reports reveal that less than half of the women d...
Stealthy in Medical Dictionary
...e Dictionary with audio pronunciations, thesaurus, Word of the Day, and word games. insidious adj. Working or spreading harmfully in a subtle or stealthy
manner: insidious rumors; ... Who said against the insidious wiles of foreign influence ... insidious beguiling but harmful; ' insidious pl...
Stealthy in Biological News
Researchers discover how stealthy HIV protein gets into cells
Scientists have known for more than a decade that a protein associated with the HIV virus is good at crossing cell membranes, but they didnt know how it worked. A multidisciplinary team from the University of Illinois has solved the mystery, and their findings could improve the design of therapeut...
Dogs chase efficiently, but cats skulk counterintuitively
...d much lower than that in a stalking posture, the report found.
"An important implication of these results is the possibility of a tradeoff between stealthy
walking and economy of locomotion," the three researchers wrote in PLoS . "These data show a previously unrecognized mechanical relationship in which...
Acoustical Meeting, Nov. 10-14, 2008 in Miami, Florida
... Synchronizing Music Over the Net
11) Bug Surveillance Reveals Moths' stealthy
12) Laptop Music
13) Communicating Through Walls
...1:55 p.m. on Tuesday, November 11.
11) BUG SURVEILLANCE REVEALS MOTHS' stealthy
Insect flight has previously been studied with slow motion video...
Contrary to common wisdom, scientist discovers some mammals can smell objects under water
... A Vanderbilt researcher has discovered that some stealthy
mammals have been doing something heretofore thought impossible -- using the sense of smell under water.
The results of the research by Vanderbilt's...
Detecting explosives with honeybees
...eflex, when they were exposed to vapors from TNT, C4, TATP explosives and propellants.
According to Tim Haarmann, principal investigator for the stealthy
Insect Sensor Project, the project applies old knowledge to a pressing new problem. Haarmann said, “Scientists have long marveled at the honey bee's ...
Plant defenses prompt bacterial countermeasure in the form of 'island' DNA excision
...lant's defense system. Excising this so-called "genomic island" eliminates production of the bacterial protein detected by the plant and allows a more stealthy
?and successful ?invasion.
The reason the strategy can be successful is that the plant has evolved to recognize the presence of only certain bacter...
Vampire bats keep out of trouble by running
... Although most people think of bats as stealthy
mammals that flit about in the night sky, at least one species has evolved a terrestrial trot never before seen in bats, according to a recent Cornell...
Stealthy in Biological Technology
'2-faced' particles act like tiny submarines
... have demonstrated that microscopic "two-faced" spheres whose halves are physically or chemically different so-called Janus particles will move like stealthy
submarines when an alternating electrical field is applied to liquid surrounding the particles.
A paper describing the research, published in the F...
'Don't work here' job interviews set new Midwest technology trend
...y and the way people tend to work in it (people are withholding information from one another and becoming territorial).
My friend figures this is a stealthy
part of the interview technique that seeks to learn how candidates will react to curve balls (and how they'd approach adversity in general).