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Joslin Diabetes Center adds first affiliate in California at Irvine Medical Center

BOSTON Joslin Diabetes Center, the world leader in diabetes research and care, announced today its affiliation with University of California, Irvine Medical Center. Located at Gottschalk Medical Plaza on the UC Irvine campus, Joslin Diabetes Center at University of California, Irvine will offer the latest advances for treating diabetes and its complications, as well as patient education and rese...

UC Irvine scientists to develop vaccine to combat bioterrorism threat from deadly bacteria

, an organism that can be dispersed by an aerosol spray and used as an agent for biological terrorism. The research will be supported by a $5.8 million grant from the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, part of the National Institutes of Health. ...... , which is resistant to many antibiotics, causes melioidosis, an infectious and deadly disease that affects humans and animals...

UC Irvine Advanced Power and Energy Program awarded $3 million grant by California Energy Commission

UCI's Advanced Power and Energy Program (APEP) was awarded $3,046,196 by the California Energy Commission for research that will aid acceptance and commercialization of alternative fuels and distributed power generation. ... ...The multi-year grant will fund four new research programs, including a first-ever study of the impact of distributed power on Southern California air quality. Funds will a...

Role of key protein that may stave off inherited form of Alzheimer's disease discovered by UC Irvine researchers

. . . A key protein involved in the regulation of calcium in brain cells may influence the development of therapies and preventive methods for early-onset familial Alzheimer's disease, an inherited form of this neurological disorder that affects adults in their 30s and early 40s, UC Irvine neuroscience researchers have found.. . Malcolm A. Leissring and Frank M. LaFerla, in collaboration with...

UC Irvine molecular biologists discover key protein interaction that stabilizes cholesterol levels in cells

. . . Irvine, Calif., June 7, 2000 -- UC Irvine researchers who study the link between nutrition and molecular activity in the body have discovered how a major regulatory protein stabilizes cholesterol levels in cells, a finding that may provide further clues on how genetics influence heart disease, stroke and diabetes.. . Timothy F. Osborne and Mary K. Bennett of UCI's Department of Molecula...

UC Irvine researchers discover how airborne sea salt particles may influence air pollution levels

. . .Irvine, Calif., April 13, 2000 -- UC Irvine researchers who study the chemistry of ocean/air interactions have discovered how airborne sea salt particles may be involved in helping to determine the levels of some greenhouse gases as well as air quality in coastal urban areas.. .In collaboration with other molecular scientists, Barbara Finlayson-Pitts, a UCI professor of chemistry, and Donal...

UC Irvine researchers discover new technique for analyzing crucial cell activity in limb regeneration

. . . . .Irvine, Calif. -- Researchers at UC Irvine have developed an effective method of studying the function of the specific genes necessary for limb regeneration in salamanders, a finding that may ultimately provide key information lea...
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