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Innovative method to starve tumors

This release is available in French . Montreal, February 11th, 2009 - The development of cancerous tumours is highly dependent on the nutrients the tumours receive through the blood. The team of Dr. Janusz Rak, of the Research Institute of the McGill University Health Centre (MUHC) at the ...

Half The Girls In UK Starve To Stay Slim

As many as 50% of the teenaged girls in the UK are virtually starving themselves to stay slim, according to a research conducted by the Food Standards Agency and Sugar magazine. // Some of these girls are reported to be as young as 13 years. The findings showed that 50 per cent always skip breakfas...

Discovery in amber reveals ancient biology of termites

...oa in their gut to provide the enzymes that can digest the wood," Poinar said. "These protozoa would die outside of the termite, and the termite would starve if it didn't have the protozoa to aid in digestion. In this case they depend on each other for survival." Even more primitive termites may have fed...

Five UCSF Scientists Elected to National Academy of Sciences

...ronments of cancer. Most recently, he and UCSF colleague Gabriele Bergers, PhD reported evidence that angiogenesis inhibitors -- drugs designed to starve tumors or their blood supply -- succeed at first, but then promote more invasive cancer growth in animals. This provocative finding, he says, warrants...

Study sheds light on angiogenesis inhibitors, points to limitations, solutions

... A new generation of cancer drugs designed to starve tumors of their blood supply called "angiogenesis inhibitors"succeeds at f...ion or metastasis, they note. "The ability of angiogenesis inhibitors to starve tumors rather than poison them has been a true breakthrough," says Douglas ...

New Approach Keeps Tumor Cells From Refueling

...s) -- Belgian researchers have discovered that some cancer cells use lactic acid instead of sugar for food, and this might lead to new treatments that starve and kill these cells. To survive and proliferate, all cells in the body need to produce energy. They do this by burning sugar [glucose], a process ...

Jenny Craig Announces Finalists for the 2008 Ideal Size Contest

...in the past she dreaded climbing a flight of stairs. Elaina Faustino, a "Size Noticeable" has tossed away the unhealthy mentality that she needed to starve herself and log hours on the treadmill in order to lose weight. Her weight loss on the Jenny Craig plan has caught the attention of her friends and fa...

American Chemical Society's Weekly PressPac -- June 4, 2008

...this problem. New approaches include the development of non-stick surfaces and the identification of chemicals that silence bacterial communication or starve them of key nutrients. The first commercial compound to specifically target biofilms is still a few years away, according to the article. ARTICLE ...

EGFR protects cancer cells from starvation via a kinase-independent mechanism

...er 1 (SGLT1) via a kinase-independent mechanism. Glucose is a major energy substrate for all cells, and without appropriate amounts, cells essentially starve to death through a process called autophagic cell death. Cancer cells are very active metabolically and consume more glucose than normal tissues; more...

Another way to grow blood vessels

...late the angiogenic pathway in both directions. Among them are anti-angiogenic cancer drugs, including thalidomide and Avastin, which are designed to starve tumors by blocking the formation of blood vessels. Avastin is also used to dampen the abnormal growth of small vessels in the retina that causes macul...
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Telik's Proteasome Inhibitor Program Meets a Preclinical Development Milestone

...ecule proteasome inhibitor program described above, including the potential ability of such drug candidates to prevent or stop tumor cell division and starve tumors, and the potential development of any drug candidate to treat cancer. These forward-looking statements are based upon Telik's current expectati...

White Nose Syndrome: Is Pennsylvania Next?

...around 45 degrees, to about 100, burning up considerable fat reserves unnecessarily. Awakened too often, a bat cannot sustain hibernation, and it will starve to death foraging for food on a winter landscape. Wildlife managers investigating these unusual and desperate eruptions from hibernacula in New Yo...
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Wheat can fatally starve insect predators

A newly identified wheat gene produces proteins that appear to attack the stomach lining of a crop-destroying fly larvae so that the bugs starve to death. The gene's role in creating resistance to Hessian flies was a surprise to U.S. Department of Agriculture and Purdue University researchers, d...

Diuscovery in amber reveals ancient biology of termites

...oa in their gut to provide the enzymes that can digest the wood," Poinar said. "These protozoa would die outside of the termite, and the termite would starve if it didn't have the protozoa to aid in digestion. In this case they depend on each other for survival." Even more primitive termites may have fed...

ORNL, Southern Cal set sights on preventing blindness

... Blindness in millions of people with diseases that starve eye tissue and nerves of oxygen might be averted with a procedure being developed by researchers at Oak Ridge National Laboratory, the University of S...

French scientist wins the Journal of Experimental Biology Outstanding Paper Prize

...g until it was full, while the colony on the dilute sugar diet preferred to starve at first rather than consume the unpalatable 'nectar'. However, things cha...he amount of sugar they took home, even though they would have preferred to starve if left to their own devices. Realising that the colony's behaviour had c...

Breast cancer cells recycle to escape death by hormonal therapy

...one estrogen, which acts as a nutrient and stimulates their growth. Patients typically get an antiestrogen such as tamoxifen for five years to try to starve them to death, says Dr. Patricia V. Schoenlein, cancer researcher in the Medical College of Georgia Schools of Medicine and Graduate Studies. "Abo...

Sweets make young horses harder to train in Montana State study

...er, Bowman said. They might consider withholding it just during the early weeks of training. "We don't want to give the impression that you should starve them in order to enhance their good behavior," Bowman said. "That's not the point of it." Wade wrote in his paper that, "Horses, being ridden by le...

Penguins setting off sirens over health of world's oceans

...y. During those times, ocean currents that carry the small fish that the penguins feed on are pushed farther away from the islands and the birds often starve or are left too weak to breed. These problems raise the question of whether humans are making it too difficult for other species to coexist, Boers...

Coral's addiction to 'junk food'

... the corals to consume. Where it all breaks down is when heated water lingers over the reef and the corals expel the algae and then begin to slowly starve to death. This is the bleaching phenomenon Australians are by now so familiar with, and which is such a feature of global warming. The challenge f...

Butterfly fish 'may face extinction'

...e sort of coral Acropora hyacinthus and when that runs out, the fish just disappear from the reef. The team found it hard to believe a fish would starve rather than eat a mixed diet, so they tested C. trifascialis in tank trials on a range of different corals. The fish grew well when its favourite cora...

Slow-motion video study shows shrews are highly sophisticated predators

...r shrew really needs. About half the size of a mouse, water shrews have such a high metabolism that they must eat more than their weight daily and can starve to death in half a day if they cant find anything to eat. As a result, water shrews are formidable predators ounce for ounce. Water shrews do much of...
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Ecologists propose first prevention for white-nose syndrome death in bats

...hen they rouse, the bats must use body energy to keep warm; spending too much time out of hibernation may deplete their fat reserves and cause them to starve to death, say the authors. Because of the rapid spread of the fungus and the fact that field experiments can take months to years to complete, Boyl...

Telik's Aurora Kinase-VEGFR Dual Inhibitor Program Meets a Preclinical Development Milestone

...d capabilities of the lead compounds described above, including the potential ability of the lead compounds to prevent or stop tumor cell division and starve tumors, and the potential development of a drug candidate to treat cancer. These forward-looking statements are based upon Telik's current expectation...

Immune system protein starves 'staph' bacteria

...the growth of staph bacteria by sopping up manganese and zinc. The findings, reported Feb. 15 in Science, support the notion that binding metals to starve bacteria is a viable therapeutic option for treating localized bacterial infections. New treatment strategies are urgently needed to combat the surgi...

Scientists discover how cancer may take hold

...in an excess of kynurenine in the body fluids, which is toxic to T-cells. Its double trouble for T-cells, remarked Wolf Frommer. Not only do they starve from lack of tryptophan in their surroundings, but it is replaced by the toxic kynurenines, which wipes T-cells out. The scientists think that thi...

Genentech's Winning Streak

...or the drug. Avastin works by inhibiting VEGF, a growth factor that spurs the growth of new blood vessels. By turning VEGF off, scientists hope to starve tumors to death. The idea famously has its roots in the work of Judah Folkman, a researcher at Children's Hospital in Boston. Avastin is one of the fi...

Brown Deer start-up wants to serve up foreign film through broadband box

...ee and people are still willing to buy it," he said. Gupte hopes his black box of broadband trafficking software will move clients out of reach and starve the pirating industry. His approach would be gentle, because the box technology preserves the traditional familiar movie setting by connecting the com...

Dancing with elephants requires nifty footwork

...an seem endless. Little companies will run out of resources long before the elephant does, so know your limits. I've seen more than one little company starve to death waiting for the elephant to close a deal. And if your business strategy depends on getting a deal done with an elephant, it's best to rethink...

Scaling-Up from Spinners, T-Flasks & Shakers: A versatile bioreactor for mammalian and microbial cells

...ponents through their walls, if the medium fluctuates between acidic and alkaline conditions, the cells will stop taking-up nutrients and eventually starve to death. The fermentor controller should therefore be configurable to allow smooth control of pH without oscillation. In mammalian culture...
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Enzyme

...ons involving every process in the body, including the participation of oxygen. Most of our cells (an exception being erythrocytes ), would literally starve for oxygen even with an abundance of oxygen without the action of the enzyme, cytochrome oxidase. Enzymes are also necessary for muscle contraction an...
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