Listeria reduction goal unachievable by USA
As per a government repot on Thursday United States fell short of its 2005 goal to reduce cases of the foodborne bacteria Listeria by 50 percent.//
The statistics released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reveal that the rate of Listeria food poisoning rose in 2005 to 3 cases ...
Inflammation in colon may get doused before fueling cancer development
...study is actually similar to what can be achieved in diets around the world such as in, say, the Mediterranean-style diets," she said. "So it's not an unachievable
goal for us good ol' Americans if we do the right thing with our food consumption."
For this study, Turner's team examined the response of quer...
'Renal Assist Device' reduces risk of death from acute kidney failure
... "Particularly, we are encouraged that we can develop a related device to treat chronic renal failurea wearable kidney that performs natural functions unachievable
through man-made technology alone."
British Royal highlights anesthesia crisis in the developing world
...a is essential in striving towards the Millennium Development Goals of the World Health Organization without it, these farsighted aims may be largely unachievable
Anaesthetists live in a global village adds Anaesthesia Editor Dr David Bogod, Consultant Anaesthetist at Nottingham City Hospital.
Kilogram quantities at last!
...w finally done it, thanks to a host of tiny helpers, the yeast Yarrowia lipolytica, which produces isocitrate from refined sunflower oil in previously unachievable
yield and in a favorable isocitrate to citrate ratio. After the biomass is filtered out, electrodialysis is used to obtain the pure acids. The researc...
Soft-cell approach cuts animal tests
...own but extremely large number of chemical mixtures.
"Continued conventional animal toxicity testing of this large number of chemicals is simply unachievable
from a scientific and economic standpoint," says Dr Hayes. "It's also unethical, given that in Australia alone, more than a million dogs, cats, rabbit...