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Three Tropical Parasites Genetic Code Unravelled

Scientists have now cracked the genetic makeup three fatal diseases –sleeping sickness, leishmaniasis //and Chagas disease that are caused by Trypanosoma brucei, Leishmania major and Trypanosoma cruzi. The three diseases have mostly been to affect people in tropical countries. It is estimated that ...

Secret Of Heartbeat Protein Unravelled

Scientists in the US have solved the structure of a critical piece of protein used to keep hearts beating that they say will help treat cardiac or neurological diseases//. Biologist Dale Mierke and other researchers at Brown University have solved the structure of synapse-associated protein 97 (S...

NWO/Spinoza Prize for literature, microbiology, physics and medicine

...msterdam. Van der Knaap diagnosed various new brain disorders using MRI and unravelled these down to the level of the responsible genes. Prof. J.Th. (Joep) Lee...orders in children. She diagnosed various new brain disorders using MRI and unravelled these down to the level of the responsible genes. Marjo van der Knaap (9...

Ground-breaking new insight into the development of Alzheimer's disease

...loid plaques C i.e. abnormal accumulations of protein fragments C that form in the brain cells. A few years ago Bart De Strooper and other researchers unravelled the process by which these plaques develop in the familial form of Alzheimer's disease (less common form). -secretase, which cuts proteins at a specif...

Mystery unfolds about the Ginkgo biloba extract!

... Georgetown University Medical Centre scientists have unravelled mystery surrounding the leaf extract of Ginkgo biloba tree in reducing aggressive cancer in // animals. Anticancer Research journal (Jan-Feb) fea...
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Gene against bacterial attack unravelled

Humans have an innate defence system against deadly bacteria. However, how the step from gene to anti-bacterial effect occurs in the body is not yet known. To date, B. Pseudomallei, a bacterium suitable for bioweapons, had managed to elude medics. It can remain hidden in the human body for many ...

Monash scientists debug superbug

...l to save lives and health care systems billions of dollars each year. The research published today in the prestigious scientific journal Nature , unravelled ways to genetically modify the bacterium Clostridium difficile and solved the mystery surrounding its toxicity. Professor Julian Rood from the De...

Rewrite the textbooks: Transcription is bidirectional

...ular Biology Laboratory (EMBL) in Heidelberg, Germany, and Wolfgang Huber at the European Bioinformatics Institute (EMBL-EBI) in Hinxton, UK, have now unravelled how yeast generates its transcripts and have come a step closer to understanding their function. The study, published online in Nature , redefines th...

How do cells count?

... understanding cancer. Ins Cunha Ferreira and Mnica Bettencourt Dias, working with researchers at the universities of Cambridge, UK, and Siena, Italy, unravelled the mystery of how cells count the number of centrosomes, the structure that regulates the cell's skeleton, controls the multiplication of cells, and ...

Kidney function discovery sheds light on genetic complexity of disease

...abnormality of a specific pump on the surface of kidney cells," Professor Rasko explains. The teams from Centenary Institute, RPA and ANU have now unravelled the genetic explanation by showing that not one, but up to four different pumps present in the kidney determine whether or not this particular abnorma...

Sicilian word enters British genetic language

... a Sicilian plant into a close relative in Britain, showing how genetic cross-talk between species can be important for evolution. The researchers unravelled the remarkable history of an Italian interloper, a close relative of the common British weed Groundsel, that was first brought to the UK 300 years ago...

ESF conference probes water's mysterious interactions at molecular level

...ing problems in science concern the behaviour of the most commonplace compound on the planets surface - water. But some of the mysteries are now being unravelled by the latest analysis and imaging techniques in an unfolding story that was presented at a recent conference organised by the European Science Founda...

New horizons in modelling surface processes

... Medical, environmental and chemical conundrums including the mystery of how ice forms in the sky and goes on to create clouds will be unravelled at a conference hosted by UCL (University College London) to mark the opening of UCLs Materials Simulation Laboratory on Monday 31 March 2008. The fou...

Doing a spin with DNA

... A Dutch led international team of researchers has unravelled how nature releases the torque built up in DNA at the molecular level. The researchers from Delft University of Technology, the Ecole Normale Supérieu...
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Gene against bacterial attack unravelled

Humans have an innate defence system against deadly bacteria. However, how the step from gene to anti-bacterial effect occurs in the body is not yet known. To date, B. Pseudomallei, a bacterium suitable for bioweapons, had managed to elude medics. It can remain hidden in the human body for many ...
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Prion

... other proteins fold properly) were intimately tied to the inheritance and transmission of [PSI+] and other yeast prions. Since then, researchers have unravelled how the proteins that code for [PSI+] and [URE3] can convert between prion and non-prion forms, as well as the consequences of having intracellular pr...
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