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Biological Link Between BRCA1 and Breast Cancer Detailed

Finding suggests the gene, when not mutated, helps repair damaged DNA THURSDAY, Jan. 17 (HealthDay News) -- A newly discovered role played by the breast cancer gene BRCA1 in repairing damaged DNA may help explain why women who inherit a mutated version of the gene are more likely to develop brea...

Contraceptive tailed by Controversies:Birth Control Patch

Health Canada has warned women strongly about the side effects associated with using birth control patch 'Evra'. Evra can trigger off //the development of severe blood clots in the lungs and legs. The patches which contains ethinyl estradiol is available in the U.S with more of the compound ...

Health Insurance Premiums Skyrocket

...far as we can tell, is an expense worth the money." "So the accurate story," he said, "is that while the rate of insurance cost growth has actually tailed off quite a bit in the last couple of years, somewhere between 2000 and 2005, insurance premiums went up even higher than usual -- mostly because of i...

Holidays help in better management of stress

...out 89% of the respondents in Taiwan suffered a much higher stress than they experienced a year ago. Taiwan was followed by China having 87% which was tailed by Philippines with 76 % stress levels. Botswana was placed in the fourth position with 74 %. Singapore had about 67 % and Malaysia with 65 % stress l...
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New findings on immune system in amphibians

...and detected more than one MHC class II locus in a tailed amphibian. Unlike mammals, not much has been known... first European and the third on the global scale, tailed amphibian species in which the MHC has been studie...ty of mammals is well recognized. The discovery in tailed amphibians, however, shows that the genetic variat...

Policing cells demand ID to tell friend from foe, say University of Pennsylvania cell engineers

...maneuver. Macrophages, therefore, use a form of identification, much like police ask for a drivers license at a traffic stop; however, not every cell tailed by antibodies is a danger to the body, so macrophages check for that marker, the protein CD47. If the latter is missing or even of the wrong species,...

Successful cell engineering may lead to mad cow prevention, say researchers

...ere the process goes from here." Westhusin has been involved in several cloning "firsts," among them the first cloning of a cat in 2002 and a white tailed deer in 2004. ...
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MicroRNA Profiling by Array Analysis Reveals Critical BioMarkers

...ectrophoresis unit and the miRNA fraction is recovered. Step 3 - The miRNA sample is tailed by poly(A) polymerase. The tail includes an amine-modified nucleotide that reacts with activated Cy3 or Cy5 ...

Isolation to Functional Analyses

... While the microRNA (miRNA) field is rapidly expanding, these small, non-poly(A) tailed molecules still pose challenges for research. Most RNA analysis techniques have been optimized for longer mo...
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Bacteriophage lambda

...re of bacteriophage ... The decision for lambda to enter the lytic or lysogenic cycle when it first ... BACTERIOPHAGE LAMBDA . LAMBDA is a tailed bacteriophage with a linear dsDNA genome characterized by ... bacterium is protected from superinfection by lambda . ... ... of primary produc...

Allele-specific PCR

...tide (or ASO ) is a short piece of ... to detect polymorphisms, as Allele specific PCR . ... ... PCR amplification of genomic DNA with two tailed allele - specific primers ... Our method combines allele - specific PCR (Newton et al. 1989; Okayama et al. 1989) ... ... new method for hapl...
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