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Celiac Disease Provides Clues To Solving Autoimmunity

...he body, a genetically based tendency of the immune system to overreact to the substance, and an unusually permeable gut," said Dr. Fasano. The crux of the process involves a leaky gut where partially digested food proteins (the environmental factor) pass or leak through the gut to interact with ge...

Avoiding No Man's Land: New Deloitte Study on Follow-on Biologics Investigates Proposed Legislation and Possible Unintended Consequences

...dy also outlines unintended effects of the Hatch-Waxman legislation and explores how this experience may help guide current legislation. "At the crux of the argument is how opening a regulatory pathway for FOBs can be accomplished while maintaining patient safety, and without destroying the incentiv...

Patients' Bill of Rights Too Tough to Read

...al care, is usually written in language so dense and crammed with legalese that you need college-level reading skills to understand it. That's the crux of a new analysis, which also points out that the average American reads at an eighth-grade level. The problem is highlighted in the report, recent...

Sweet Surprise: Even Former Critics Dispel Long-Held Myths About High Fructose Corn Syrup

...mely, metabolic responses are similar to sucrose as would be expected from the composition of these 2 sweeteners." "This symposium exposes the crux of confusion about high fructose corn syrup: it is a case of mistaken identity between two sweeteners," said Audrae Erickson, President of the Corn Re...

Z Trim Multifunctional Fiber Lightens the Menu Labeling Legislation Issue at Mid-Atlantic Food Expo, September 17 & 18

...tomers love," said Chef Drew Rosen, President of Fresh Foods Cafe in Long Beach, California. "Good tasting foods that are fresh and nutritious are the crux of our business, so Z Trim is essential to many of my recipes," he said. "Restaurants will embrace Z Trim in the future as it is a great ingredient to...

Key step in the 'puncture' mechanism of cell death revealed

...uring the membrane of the mitochondria - the cells power plant. Once this power plant is wrecked, the cell is doomed. But how does Bak do this? The crux seems to be the way Bak can bind to itself and form complexes that damage the mitochondrial membrane. Dr Kluck and colleagues have discovered that cel...

WOCN: Around the World in 40 Years

... in managing the outcomes of surgical procedures and equipping them to use the surgical products designed for urinary stomas and bowel diversions. The crux of their work was educational -- educating patients and other health care professionals in managing intestinal stomas, fistula, draining wounds and in...

Personal Contact Helps Maintain Weight Loss

...eems to make a big difference." Dr. Kelly Machesky is medical director of the St. John Weight Loss Institute in Michigan. She said, "I believe the crux of [the personal contact group's success] has to do with someone else taking an interest in seeing the outcome." Overall, 71 percent of the study v...

Australia is Shamed by an Inquiry Report on Child Sexual Abuse in Aboriginal Communities

...t said. ``Teenagers no longer saw themselves as bound by the old values and many viewed the modern world as lawless,'' the report cited as the crux of the problem. Similarly, it also reported that the victims often became the perpetrators in future. ``It is shocking but not surprising,'' s...

This 'Grass' is Not Green - Say, 'No Thanks, I Am Fine Without Drugs'

...ks the root of the problem. Awareness is crucial to put an end to the menace. The grass root approach to creating awareness about drug abuse forms the crux of this years endeavor. It would begin by targeting schools, parents and youth. Significantly, the programme, titled 'Ke Moja - No thanks I a...
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Algorithm finds the network -- for genes or the Internet

... Human diseases and social networks would seem to have little in common. However, at the crux of these two lies a network, communities within the network, and farther even, substructures of the communities. In a recent paper in Physical Review...

Newborn neurons like to hang with the 'in' crowd

... However, as the new neurons matured, the tiny tips filled out and started to monopolize the synaptic connections. "That's what we believe is the crux of the study: the survival of new neurons may depend on the ability to compete out the older existing neurons," says Gage. Earlier studies had shown t...

Why do insects like to eat some plants more than others?

...researchers found that cactus-feeding insects chose host plants based on how the plants allocated resources between growth and reproduction. "The crux of our findings is actually quite intuitive", says Miller. "These insects prefer to feed on flowers, so it's not terribly surprising that they are abu...

Magnetism and mimicry of nature hold hope for better medicine, environmental safety

... combining and reacting with the chemical compounds in the surface material and thereby contaminating the test sample of fluid. The process is the crux of what the researchers call "lab on a chip" technology, which will enable scientists, health care professionals and environmental experts to obtain p...

How can identical twins be genetically different?

...compared to the one without the disease. This is the first report for RA that examines gene expression patterns in monozygotic twins. "This is the crux of the issue we are trying to address in RA -- how two patients can have the same genes but different disease outcomes. Identical twins represent the ...

Common viruses may cause cancer

...ow know that tumor cells are often aneuploid--and very much alive. Whether aneuploidy is a cause or a consequence of a cancerous cellular state is the crux of a current debate. In a recent study, Dr. Yuri Lazebnik and his colleagues at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory observed, fortuitously, that normal c...

Bacteria which sense the Earth's magnetic field

...sembled a similar structure which structural biologists from Martinsried had already imaged in three dimensions in other cells. This shed light on the crux of the problem with the magnetosome chain: although in the wild type, the magnetosomes lay like pearls on a string along the filament, in the cells mi...
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Merge's merger is the crux of shareholder lawsuits

Milwaukee, Wis. The latest in a growing body of shareholder litigation may cost a West Allis medical imaging software developer dearly. Alleging that members of its management team violated federal securities law, shareholders of Merge Technologies, Inc. , a developer of medical imaging and ...

Crux Biomedical Announces First Successful U.S. Implant of Its New Retrievable Inferior Vena Cava (IVC) Filter

... ATLANTA, Oct. 3 /PRNewswire/ -- crux Biomedical, Inc., a privately held medical device ...eted the first implant in the United States of the crux IVC Filter. The filter, used to prevent an often f...entering, ease of retrieval and low profile. "The crux filter was extremely easy to deploy. We are excite...

Innovation expert says Milwaukee has all the tools

...ul," he warned, noting that Milwaukee has more political "players" to please. "If they are in it for the long haul, it can work." In Milwaukee, the crux of the issue will be funding. After the bruising battle over a regional tax for Miller Park, trial balloons submitted for other regionally financed pr...

High tech in the U.K. Do the Brits forgo Web 2.0?

... position or inflate valuations. Just dull facts of products meeting real user needs. While this takes some patience and perseverance to get to the crux of the British entrepreneur's business pitch, more often than not it's worth the effort. The companies I've met these last few days have been solid, b...
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