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Leibniz Prizewinners 2004

...y networks, the Internet and transport systems. He develops methods to analyse and influence them. His work has made significant contributions to advances in this field over the last decade. One example is nonlinear predictive control. This makes it possible to predict future behaviour following interventions...

First animal model for pancreatic cancer may lead to early detection of disease

...derstanding the pathology of how pancreatic cancer develops is essentialto finding a way to prevent or treat this disease. Drs. Sunil R. Hingoraniand David A. Tuveson from the Abramson Family Cancer Research Institute atthe University of Pennsylvania genetically engineered mice to express amutant gene, KRAS, ...

Aspirin use safe and effective in patients with abnormal red cell counts (or with polycythemia)

... may occur in younger subjects. Polycythemia vera develops slowly, and most patients do not experience any problems related to the disease after being diagnosed. However, the abnormal bone marrow cells may begin to grow uncontrollably in some patients leading to blood hyperviscosity. Patients with polycy...

Physics tip sheet #39 - Nov. 17, 2003

...ch get rougher as they get thicker. The paper also develops a theoretical model that shows that the material's extreme smoothness arises from the process of growing the films, in which heat from ions deposited on the surface dissipates, melting and flattening the surface. Journal article: Available to journa...

Research on spleen cells could yield potential cure for Type 1 diabetes

...w approach to diabetes treatment." Type 1 diabetes develops when the body's immune cells mistakenly attack the insulin-producing islet cells of the pancreas. As islet cells die, insulin production ceases, and blood sugar levels rise, damaging organs throughout the body. In their earlier study, Faustman's te...

Dying nerves cause even more harm after spinal cord injury

.... Interestingly, this latent, or secondary, injury develops over days and even weeks after the initial injury. It also appears to cause larger, more debilitating lesions in the spinal cord, said Randy Christensen, the study's lead author and a postdoctoral researcher in neuroscience at Ohio State University. ...

Ten-year study leads researchers to psoriasis genes

...e. "Since only 2 percent of the general population develops psoriasis, there are clearly many other genes involved in determining psoriasis risk, and the genes we identified are low-risk," Bowcock says. "But it's encouraging because they're not genes we would have predicted to be involved in psoriasis, and no...

Diet may improve cognition, slow aging, and help protect against cosmic radiation

...uding the reduced cognitive decline that typically develops with age. Studies suggest that antioxidants may also protect against certain cancers, heart disease and other non-neurological age-related diseases. Tapp and his colleagues used 39 beagles in their current study. Dogs, like humans, develop a range of...

FDA approves Raptiva (efalizumab) for chronic moderate-to-severe plaque psoriasis

... visit http://www.gene.com . About XOMA XOMA develops and manufactures antibody and other protein-based biopharmaceuticals for disease targets that include immunological and inflammatory disorders, cancer and infectious diseases. XOMA's programs include collaborations: with Genentech, Inc. on the RAPTIV...

A tale of mice and men and how brains develop

...1) has profound implications for the way the brain develops and ultimately for diseases such as epilepsy, mental retardation, schizophrenia and autism, said Dr. Gary Clark, an associate professor of pediatrics and neurology at Baylor. He is also a researcher at Baylor's Gordon and Mary Cain Pediatric Neurolog...

Purdue team solves structure of West Nile virus

... take over a victim cell's functions. As West Nile develops inside a host cell, several layers of protein molecules assemble themselves around the genetic material, forming a protective shell. The outer layer of proteins is often arranged in an intricate pattern of interlocked molecules that can give the part...

Hospitalization injuries prove costly to patients, health care system

...t safety events, severe infection, or sepsis, that develops after elective surgery was the most common treatment-related injury, occurring in approximately 11 per 1000 cases. Sepsis also was associated with the greatest increases in length of stay (11 days), charges ($57,727), and in-hospital mortality (22 pe...

How genes orchestrate facial expressions

...s diseases." Understanding how the nervous system develops is important because animals use it to sense and respond to their environment. "If you don't have that, you are a rock, you sit there and take whatever comes along," Capecchi says. "So we are concerned with how the brain is put together and maintain...

UT Southwestern researchers receive $15.1 million in federal grants to study biothreats

...nfected animals and leads to a skin infection that develops into a painless ulcer with a characteristic black area in the center. About 20 percent of untreated cases of skin anthrax result in death. Dr. Kim Orth, assistant professor of molecular biology, was awarded a 4-year, $800,000 grant to study the patho...

COX-2 inhibitors and renal damage in obesity-related Type II diabetes

...ctors. Diabetic nephropathy, a kidney disease that develops in as many as 20 to 40 percent of diabetics, is th...ciated with Type II diabetes and hypertension, and develops extensive renal damage. Obese Zucker rats possess a mutant leptin receptor that explains their uncon...

Study offers genetic clues to causes of mysterious skin disease

... as 300,000 people in the United States, typically develops in people in their 40s and 50s. In many cases the symptoms are relatively mild, but in others they can be fatal within 10 years. No current treatments are consistently effective. Scientists had believed that the cause of the disease would be revealed...

Sick Kids researchers link maternal folic acid intake to decrease in deadly childhood cancer

...000 children in North America. Because this cancer develops in utero, neuroblastoma is the most commonly diagnosed malignant tumour of infancy. The aggressive nature of this tumour also makes it the most common cause of cancer-related death among children one to four years old. When a number of Sick Kids onco...

New gene for rare inherited paralysis may aid other spinal cord research, too

...ding a mutation responsible for a form of HSP that develops in early childhood and may resemble familial cerebral palsy. That discovery, of a gene on chromosome 14 that encodes a protein called atlastin, has already yielded a diagnostic test that can give patients a firm diagnosis to tell them if they have or...

Research shows therapeutic cloning can cure Parkinson's-like disease in mice

...ientists with the opportunity to see how the brain develops in vitro, and conduct experiments such as observing in a culture dish the developmental consequences of disrupting single or multiple genes," said Dr. Studer, senior author of the study. The next step is to develop unique cell lines for a number of ...

Heart may heal with help from oxygen-sensitive genes, new study suggests

...blood flow through a coronary artery. Since a clot develops over time, heart cells slowly adjust to chronic hypoxia a condition of severely reduced oxygen levels. Heart cells have a tremendous ability to survive under low-oxygen conditions, said Sen, adding that sudden re-oxygenation of the tissue at the sit...

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