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Hopkins to found first center for comprehensive study of epigenetics

...s may be as important in certain conditions, or in contributing to the risk of developing certain conditions, as the genetic sequence is in other cases," says Andrew Feinberg, M.D., King Fahd Professor of Medicine and principal investigator of the epigenetics grant. "Epigenetics doesn't underlie all human disease...

Brain development and puberty may be key factors in learning disorders

...nd its interaction with puberty may be key factors contributing to language-based learning disabilities such as dy...then I thought that the hearing problem was really contributing to their learning disability, as though some unique, particular, detailed characteristic were respon...

Improved nutrition could prevent more than half of the world's child deaths annually

... or low-weight-for-age, is the leading risk factor contributing to the global burden of disease. The researchers said they believe that strategies to prevent undernutrition should be one of the top priorities in the global effort to reduce child mortality. Their study appears in the July 1, 2004, issue of the Ame...

Ecology drives the worldwide distribution of human diseases

...haracterize the influence of a number of potential contributing factors on species richness. They found that climatic factors are the most important determinant of the global distribution of human pathogens. The finding has important implications for predicting and managing future infectious disease outbreaks. ...

Scientists receive awards, give lectures at the ASBMB/IUBMB meeting

... virtually all sensory receptors. His research is contributing to the development of a wide array of drugs to treat disorders including heart disease, high blood pressure, asthma and pain. The super family of seven membrane spanning receptors constitutes by far the largest, most versatile and most ubiquitous ty...

Researchers develop blood test that can detect genetic changes in progressive breast cancer

...asish Tripathy, professor of internal medicine and contributing author. "A better understanding of this process will not only allow us to use available drugs in a more individualized fashion but also may point to new therapeutic approaches." Dr. Tripathy heads the Komen/UT Southwestern Breast Cancer Research Prog...

Maybe not so sweet, after all

... by which fructose consumption could be one factor contributing to the increased incidence of obesity. In the st...ould be predicted to increase food intake, thereby contributing to obesity in susceptible populations." Teff notes that this pattern of hormonal responses is simil...

New insights on sirtuins, involved in gene expression and aging

...tors. With senior author Marmorstein, the equally contributing lead authors were Kehao Zhao, Ph.D., and Robyn Harshaw, and the other co-author was Xiaomei Chai. Funding for the research was provided by the National Institutes of Health and the Commonwealth Universal Research Enhancement Program, Pennsylvania Dep...

Domesticated tree crops may be the 'future of forestry'

...nd determining whether the trait is acquired. Also contributing to this research were Andrew Groover, Joseph R. Fontana and Gayle Dupper with the U.S. Department of Agriculture Forest Service Institute of Forest Genetics; Caiping Ma and Steven Strauss with Oregon State University; and Robert Martienssen with Cold...

Wisconsin chemists find a new chink in TB's armor

...ny people do not complete treatments, a phenomenon contributing to a worldwide epidemic of multidrug-resistant TB. Adding to the problem, in less developed countries where TB is most common, health care is spotty and drug supplies are frequently inadequate. Kiessling and her colleagues, working with the support ...

Soy processing influences estrogen-dependent breast cancer growth in mice

...me these compounds," he added. Other researchers contributing to the study were Clinton D. Allred, Kimberly F. Allred, Young H. Ju, Tracy S. Goeppinger, and Daniel R. Doerge....

New research outlines public health consequences

...elieve the high alkalinity of the dust was a major contributing factor to the high incidence of bronchial hyperreactivity," said Landrigan. Among ironworkers involved in clean-up and recovery, many of whom spent several months in and around the disaster site, almost one-third experienced a chronic cough that b...

Measurement clarifies role between protein structure and cell adhesion

...esults, and validated two of the current models as contributing to spatially and molecularly distinct NCAM bonds. "The different bonding configurations may serve as scaffolds that hold the membranes apart and regulate the intercellular space," Leckband said. "The scaffolds would allow some molecules in -- like s...

Dietary supplement shows promise for improving immune function in the elderly

... in the immune system with advancing age, probably contributing to decreased immune responsiveness in the elderly. These changes are often associated with important manifestations such as increased susceptibility to infection and cancer. Immune system response is a very complex series of reactions made up of th...

Research bank makes good use of umbilical cords

...lood for their own use, we hope they will consider contributing their babies' cord blood to the new research bank," said O'Dorisio....

Scientists question reports of massive ant supercolonies in California and Europe

...," Ingram said. "There are also ecological factors contributing to the ants' success." Gordon agreed, pointing to an experiment by North Carolina State University in which researchers were able to turn nonaggressive nestmates into combatants simply by changing their diet. "It seems really clear tha...

Reporters from Science Magazine to receive ASM Public Communications Award

...d by Science. In January of this year he became a contributing correspondent for Science from Paris. Nancy Shute, Senior Writer, U.S. News & World Report; Mitch Waldrop, Public Affairs Specialist, National Science Foundation; and Anita Manning, reporter for USA Today, served as this year's judges. ...

AChemS: Cutting edge research in taste, smell, & chemical irritation

...reatment of smell and taste disorders. Among those contributing to advancements are members of AChemS, which will be holding its 26th annual meeting in Sarasota, FL, April 21-25, 2004. AChemS consists of more than 800 members from 23 countries who are specialists in the chemical senses, smell, taste, and chemical...

Scientists crack genome sequence of a major parasitic pathogen

...f the major causes of neonatal diarrhea in calves, contributing to significant economic loss in the dairy and beef cattle industries. In 1992, a USDA study revealed that more than 80 percent of farms surveyed were positive for Cryptosporidium. Despite intensive efforts over the past 20 years, public health author...

Estimated one in five people worldwide lack enough zinc in diet

...y and mortality rates among impoverished children, contributing to impaired growth and development, the research shows. Randomized, controlled trials of zinc supplementation among such children produce impressive 25% decreases in the prevalence of diarrhea and 40% reductions in the rate of acute lower respirator...

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