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From Corn Rootworms To Art, Cornell's Reactor Is At The Core

...e took a classical painting of a woman, painted an abstract modern painting atop that, and then painted a fabric drape over that. When subjected to the neutron beam, each layer became visible. The goal: an understanding of the most common modern pigments so a more informed analysis of modern paintings could...

How Birds Sing

...brain's chain of command directly control the more abstract information, while the component bits are managed by lower brain centers. The research is reported in today's issue of the journal Science . Daniel Margoliash, Ph.D. , associate professor of organismal biology and anatomy , and Albert Yu, M.D., a ...

New Evidence For Growth Factor Role In Crohns Disease

...stroenterological Association at the endof May. An abstract of the study is available upon request....

The Second Visible Human Project Conference

...aks, an eveningreception, conference materials, an abstract book and theconference proceedings CD-ROM. Mail registration form withfull payment to: Saundra Bromberg Management Assistance Corporation 11900 Parklawn Drive, Suite 403 Rockville, Maryland USA 20852-2624 Registration Deadline: September 1...

New Drug "Cocktails" Prove Effective Against Hepatitis

...uch better than those who didnot. According to the abstract of the research, the drug combination was "significantly more effective than Interferon alone." In addition, "This combination therapy has an acceptable safety profile." Another study, presented at the AASLD Annual Meeting by Thierry Poynard, MD, of ...

U.S. Healthcare Burden To Soar Unless Hepatitis C Detection, Treatment Improve

...th the disease are being treated. According to the abstract of the presentation to the AASLD Annual Meeting, "[T]he prevalence of HCV will remain high for many years and cases with major complications of chronic Hepatitis C will increase dramatically unless effective treatment can be developed which interrupt...

Interferon Less Effective Against Hepatitis C For African Americans

...on in HCV is as yet unexplained," according to the abstract of the research findingspresented at the AASLD meeting, "but have major implications for future directions in the therapy of the disease. For another ethnic minority, Native Alaskans, the AASLD Annual Meeting had some positive news. Brian J.McMahon, ...

USC Scientists Find That Multi-Vitamin Use And Hormone Replacement Therapy MayLower Levels Of Homocysteine

... E in preventing atherosclerosis. According to one abstract Hodis presented last week, 190 regular multi-vitaminusers in his study had significantly lower homocysteine levels in their bloodand their arteries showed less arterial wall thickening than the remaining 161participants. In a second abstract, Hodis ...

New Clues To Evolution Of Human Brain

...n greatly moredeveloped in humans -- for example, abstract reasoning, planning for the future,and manipulation of information." In the past, researchers who wanted detailed studies of human brain activitystruggled because they lacked effective investigative tools. In experiments with people, two of the best ...

Media Advisory: The Geological Society of America 1999 Annual Meeting

...s last. Those who register onsite will receive the abstract book atthat time. All media registrants will receive their badges and the meetingprogram book upon arrival at the GSA News Room. Information on hotel accommodations is available on the GSA web site at http://www.geosociety.org/meetings/99/housing.ht...

2000 Spring Meeting press registration

...st it. See the Press Registration Form, below. The abstract books will be sent to press registrants who have requested it by U.S. Postal Service first class (surface mail outside the United States). Those who wish speedier delivery, e.g., via FedEx, UPS, or another express service, should so indicate on the r...

Molecular pathways to cancer

...k World of Cancer Research To participate, submit abstract (1/4-1/2 page) by March 31st via e-mail to: waxman@genectr.hunter.cuny.edu or web site: http://biology.hunter.cuny.edu/symposium2000 phone: 212-772-5532...

Targeted Genetics presents advances in systemic gene delivery technology

...ferent human tumors. The data were presented in an abstract titled "Systemic and Local Delivery of E1A-Cationic Lipid Complex Chemosensitizes Breast and Ovarian Cancer Cells In Vivo." Advances in Systemic Gene Delivery Technology In a study presented today, the LPD delivery system was used to deli...

2000 Spring Meeting: Sessions and abstracts online

...ng on the name of a particular paper will open the abstract for that paper, including name and contact information for the lead author. Many sessions are jointly sponsored by two or more Sections. The Union Sessions are expected to have the broadest interdisciplinary appeal. Finding Abstracts of Interest ...

DFG to launch 21 new priority programmes

... from the blank to the final product. Networks are abstract structures that model binary structures. In today's society, complex network connections are important. Information processing, communication, mobility and transport are based on networking, and so is social and political action of persons and organi...

Targeted Genetics presents clinical data on E1A cancer gene therapy

...uamous cell carcinoma (HNSCC) were presented in an abstract titled "Activity of E1A in Human Clinical Trials." The Phase II study evaluated tgDCC-E1A as single-agent therapy in 24 patients with recurrent HNSCC. Patients received 30ug DNA/cm3 of tumor via intratumoral injection daily for three days and then ...

Targeted genetics presents promising data from cystic fibrosis clinical trial

...irs at Targeted Genetics, presented the data in an abstract titled "A Phase I Study of Aerosolized Administration of tgAAV-CF to CF patients with Mild Lung Disease" this weekend at the American Society of Gene Therapy Third Annual Meeting in Denver, Colorado. The Phase I dose-escalation study evaluated the sa...

Targeted Genetics presents data on arthritis gene therapy

...rch at Targeted Genetics, presented the data in an abstract titled "Treatment of Experimental Arthritis Using Recombinant AAV-TNFR:Fc Vector Gene Therapy." The studies were conducted in collaboration with Dr. Sharon M. Wahl at the National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research, an institute of the Na...

Putting medical research on-line to give patients the information they need

... Government's National Institutes for Health (NIH) abstract archive, to locate the research articles that were relevant to her disorders. The research articles then had to be obtained through libraries and, on the few occasions when they are available, on the Internet. By learning the terminology necessary ...

Adolescents raised on strict macrobiotic diet show vitamin B12 deficiency and impaired cognitive function

...reasoning, the capacity to solve complex problems, abstract thinking ability, and the ability to learn. Any defect in this area may have far-reaching consequences for individual functioning." A significant association was also found between serum B-12 concentrations and performance on the spatial ability an...

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