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Embryonic hope for damaged spines

...ve enabled the animals to walk again. The findings add to a growing number of studies that suggest embryonic stem cells could have a valuable role to play in treating spinal injuries. The researchers, whose work was funded by stem cell giant Geron of Menlo Park, California, say trials on people could sta...

Genetically modified E. coli produce plant product used in foods and cosmetics, Science study says

...producing bixin, also known as annatto and used to add an orange touch to microwave popcorn and some chee... this economically important plant product used to add an orange touch to microwave popcorn and some cheeses, and texture and color to a variety of creams ...

Alien earthworms changing ecology of Northeast forests

...ms," Amador said. "Farmers know they can till and add fertilizer and get a good crop, but how long can they do that before the soil gives out? We want to encourage a less invasive system of crop production, one in which the farmers work with what they've already got in the soil."...

Water and the Environment

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Seven CD-ROM global GIS data set available from AGI

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UCI biologist proposes trimming some branches

...-- Australopithecus, Homo and Ardipithecus -- then add one new branch called Praeanthropus. "Specimens that existed in the trimmed branches can be incorporated into this simpler family tree," explained Ayala. "For example, Praeanthropus would encompass the very earliest hominids at the time they split f...

New findings suggest colorectal cancer origins are different than previously thought

...that of tumor-bearing subjects in vivo, these data add much stronger and more direct support to the hypothesis that tumor-associated mucosal hyperproliferation of grossly normal mucosa in tumor-bearing subjects is secondary to the presence of the tumor itself and disappears after tumor removal. Thus, it ...

Chemists unlock secret to activating tumor suppressor gene

..., Cho explained. To treat this condition, one must add the PTEN gene to the cell which lacks it, but the resulting PTEN protein must be in its active form, he said. "We discovered what activates the protein and can actually provide activated PTEN. We also discovered how PTEN rapidly degrades in a cell a...

Researchers combine electronics with living cell to create potential toxicity sensor

...Rubinsky. "With the bionic chip, you don't need to add anything, and reactions happen very fast. You simply need two electrodes that measure the current as opposed to some expensive dyes and expensive measurement devices. It's orders of magnitude faster. It's a matter of milliseconds or seconds compared ...

Anthropologist predicts major threat to species within 50 years

... colleagues warn that the United States alone will add at least 10 additional species to the "threatened" list within 50 years. "If other species follow the same pattern as the mammals and birds in our study, then we are facing a serious threat to global biodiversity associated with our growing human pop...

Insulin study sheds light on physics of crystal growth

...ed, Vekilov says. As crystals grow, new molecules add on to the edge of a layer, called a "step." Molecules tend to aggregate and pile up unevenly from one spot on the step, building up in clumps in a process called step bunching. This results in crystals that are generally undesirable for applications ...

Vitamin D analog found to boost radiation

...results in cell culture and animal studies when we add vitamin D analogs to radiation therapy. The authors are optimistic that these findings could offer a significant benefit to patients suffering from radiation-resistant brain tumors and prostate cancer, not just breast cancer. They acknowledge that ...

Fear of 'foreigners' may slow scientific progress

...ome 583,000 internationalstudents were expected to add almost $12 billionto the American economic machine during the 2001-02 school year, according to reports by theInstitute of International Education and theAssociation of International Educators. The need to ensure U.S. national security isindisputable...

Kefir may bolster lactose tolerance in intolerant people

... of liquid yogurt. To manufacture kefir, producers add clusters of starchy carbohydrate kefir grains that contain healthy bacteria and are left to ferment in milk. The grains are filtered out while the live cultures remain. The researchers asked 15 adults to consume five separate test foods: 2 percent ...

The seashell's inner beauty

...d techniques. And, because researchers can easily add new components like ultraviolet light- or corrosion-resistant chemicals to the artificial nacre, the same manufacturing process can produce materials for a variety of applications....

'Bacteria-eating' viruses may spread some infectious diseases

...s found in the oral cavity become toxigenic if you add a bacterium that is carrying a toxin-encoded phage? To answer this question, Broudy, first author of the new Infection and Immunity paper, and Fischetti took human pharyngeal cells cultured in a petri dish and added toxigenic and non-toxigenic strain...

Gene mapping key to unlocking human secrets, says geneticist

...ifferent. In 1982, he decided it was necessary to add a third group to the equation that didnt consist of primates or rodents, and being from Texas, it was logical to choose the bovine. Cattle have been difficult to map because, like humans, they breed slow and do not produce large numbers of offspring....

Automated imaging of brain tissue, high-quality glimpses inside arteries

...ling methods, which require the additional step to add fluorescent markers to probe strands. In addition, fluorescent markers can distort probe strands, leading to decreased accuracy in comparison to the terahertz frequency detection method. Peter Haring Bolivar will discuss the new gene chip in a talk o...

Memory for music: Musicians don't have to hear themselves perform after they learn a song

...s of sensory information that add to the memory in this case, adding the sound of the music to the motor movements of the hands over the keys and the visual stimuli of watching your hand movements. Also, researchers bel...

Researchers gather at Smith College for science 'boot camps'

...er professionals are returning to the classroom to add to their repertoires the experimental methods of molecular biology. Enter the New England Biolabs Molecular Biology and PCR (Polymerase Chain Reaction) Summer Workshops, offered in three sessions each summer at Smith College. The only program of its ...

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