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Human stem cells improve movement in paralyzed rats

...f human embryonic germ cells, which are capable of becoming any cell type, into their spinal fluid. The other rats served as controls and received either hamster kidney cells or human cells that don't have stem cell properties. Twelve weeks later, the 15 paralyzed rats that got human stem cells partially reco...

For ferrets, GPI means 'get pregnancy initiated'

...sciences, said, "Through studies like this, we are becoming increasingly aware of the complexity of and variation in the implantation process. Several NSF-funded biologists areexamining other factors that influence this critical aspect of mammalian pregnancy." At Columbia University, for example, one is tryi...

ENBREL provided rapid and significant relief for psoriasis patients in second pivotal study

...sed to treat over 180,000 patients worldwide since becoming commercially available four years ago. ENBREL acts by binding TNF, one of the dominant inflammatory cytokines or regulatory proteins that play an important role in both normal immune function and the cascade of reactions that causes the inflammatory...

ENBREL rapidly, significantly improved back pain, mobility, function in ankylosing spondylitis

...00 patients worldwide across all indications since becoming commercially available four years ago. ENBREL acts by binding TNF, one of the dominant inflammatory cytokines or regulatory proteins that play an important role in both normal immune function and the cascade of reactions that causes the inflammatory ...

Once weekly ENBREL significantly reduced rheumatoid arthritis pain, inflammation & improved function

...00 patients worldwide across all indications since becoming commercially available four years ago. ENBREL acts by binding TNF, one of the dominant inflammatory cytokines or regulatory proteins that play an important role in both normal immune function and the cascade of reactions that causes the inflammatory...

ENBREL combo therapy inhibits joint damage progression, offers significant RA symptom relief

...sed to treat over 180,000 patients worldwide since becoming commercially available four years ago. ENBREL acts by binding TNF, one of the dominant inflammatory cytokines or regulatory proteins that play an important role in both normal immune function and the cascade of reactions that causes the inflammatory ...

West Nile virus warning system from climate data

...er mosquitoes are the carriers of West Nile virus, becoming contaminated when they feed on infected "reservoir" animals such as birds, and undergo an incubation period of the virus that can last 7-14 days. During subsequent blood meals after this incubation period, the mosquitoes inject the virus into humans ...

Age, race and gender influence kids and teens beverage choices

...grams. During adolescence, milk consumption falls, becoming the second most consumed beverage (on a gram basis) following carbonated soft drinks. Older teens tend to drink more carbonated beverages, fruit drinks, and citrus juice, and less fluid milk and non-citrus juice. White adolescent boys, in particula...

Remote sub can patrol Shores. Sound Fishy? It is, but not like you think.

...arbors and moored naval assets like ships and subs becoming an important tool in the war on terror and the battle to keep our shores safe....

QuikClot (TM) will be made available to public

...riately with no adverse effects. QuikClot is now becoming standard Marine Corps issue for every backpack first-aid kit. Poured directly onto or into a wound after pressure is first applied, QuikClot adsorbs all the liquid in the blood, and leaves behind the clotting factors. The material itself (refined zeo...

The Year of Biodiversity and Conservation

... and in fragmented forests may be on their way to becoming new species or harbor key genetic variation that might help species avoid extinction. To explore genetic diversity, scientists from around the world conduct research in the Field Museum's Pritzker Laboratory for Molecular Systematics and Evolution, ...

Neural stem cells take a step closer to the clinic

...h sooner. In culture, the cells can be coaxed into becoming "neurospheres," aggregates of precursor brain cells that, when implanted, can migrate to different parts of the brain, integrate themselves and develop into many of the different types of specialized cells that make up the brain. "These cells are the...

Heart drug might help fight chronic fungal infections

...ns, prolonged use of azoles can lead to the fungus becoming resistant to treatment. Finding a way to treat severe and life-threatening fungal infections with an option that boosts the effects of azoles without relying on the strength of the immune system is attractive, says Rao, who studies how calcium is bro...

DNA arrays diagnose, predict survival for Sezary syndrome cancer patients

...results demonstrate that we can do that. It's also becoming clear to us and to others working in this area that being able to look at many genes simultaneously to catch all the shades of the disease is going to be important for improving cancer diagnosis and treatment. We need to be looking at a bigger pictur...

Researchers discover possible diagnosis, treatment, vaccine for mad cow, prion diseases

...animals and livestock - could prevent animals from becoming infected. For humans with diseases like classical or variant Creutzfeldt-Jakob, an immunotherapeutic would provide patients with antibodies that bind infectious prions, enabling the immune system to recognize and attack them. For both humans and anim...

Fear of 'foreigners' may slow scientific progress

Saria Mohamed Hassan's dream of becoming a doctorwas interrupted for a year when she left theUnited States to conduct a brief malaria workshopin Dakar, Senegal, and then found herself strandedin a bureaucratic no-man's land: Her internationalstudent visa had expired while she was away, andh...

University of Idaho, Utah State University team first to clone equine

... taken an interest in basic horse physiology after becoming intrigued by the observation that stallions, male horses, do not develop prostate cancer. The horse's basic metabolism is "slow" compared to humans and many other mammals, Woods said. He speculated that difference in cellular activity might play a ro...

Association between increased risk of stillbirths and abnormalities with proximity to incinerators

...es have been carried out, and that incineration is becoming more widely used as a method of waste disposal....

Bahamas serve as test case for marine protected areas

...reef ecosystems and associatedtourism economy, are becoming a living laboratory for studying theeffects of protecting some places in the ocean. An international team of scientists, including a UC Davis pioneer inthe field, will spend five years charting the natural and humanimpacts as the Bahamian government ...

Study suggests genetically modifying sunflowers for white mold resistance

... the transgene did provide some protection against becoming infected, the transgenic plants did not produce any more seeds than those without the OxOx gene. As a result, the gene does not appear to confer any reproductive benefit even under the unusually severe exposure to the pathogen that the researchers im...

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