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Researchers Use Hydrated Lime To Reduce Toxic Selenium Emissions

...e rate of capture shouldbe more than sufficient to effectively remove the selenium fromthe gas environment," Mahuli said. More work is needed to discover the best way to stabilize anddispose of fly ash and the lime sorbent, which will contain theselenium, Fan said. There are currently no regulations regardingsel...

Humble Pocket Gophers Shed Light On The Genetic Fortitude Of Cheetahs

...," says Sanjayan. "It allows a population to adapt effectively to changes in the environment. You exist at a price if you have low genetic variation. It's like having lots of clones of yourself." If animals within a population are similar to each other immunologically, Sanjayan adds, "That doesn't bode well for ...

PET Project Helps Reduce Pollution Threat From Heavy Metals

... researchers expect the field-scale modelwill work effectively and inexpensively. "Our laboratory work has shown great promise for what weintend to do in the field with this prototype PET installation.We think the system, by the nature of its design, is costeffective. It is not a new component for urban highways...

Brain Mapping In Real Time

...ize" the software operations. This allowed them to effectively use the CRAY T3E, a "highly parallel" computing system in which hundreds of processors team up to divide the computing. During yesterday's demonstration, a volunteer subject in an MRI scanner at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center observed a ...

Cornell Scientists Find Way To Boost Rice Crop Yield -- They'll Walk On The Wild Side

... of rice have been cultivated over and over again, effectively reducing rice's natural diversity. With so much h...overed genes," Tanksley said. "There is no way to effectively identify these genes through traditional methods, so we have turned to recently developed genetic te...

The CIA Would Like To Know What Scientists Are Seeing Over The Rainbow

... also showed that spectral karyotyping can be used effectively to pinpoint chromosomal changes linked to disease. They identified structural abnormalities in chromosomes from several different samples obtained from diagnostic laboratories, and demonstrated the value of the technique in identifying a breast canc...

Researchers Corral Millions Of Microscopic Membranes

...on, they demonstrated that each membrane patch was effectively isolated from its neighbors. Stanford University has applied for a patent on the basic process. One of the possible applications for these micro-membranes is as a tool for determining the structure of membrane proteins. One of the most powerful me...

Emory Researchers Advance Gene Therapy Studies For Metastatic Melanoma Treatment

...ectly, the researchers believe it might be used to effectively treat advanced cases of melanoma. In gene studie...human melanoma tumors, but in amounts too small to effectively eliminate tumors. "In mouse studies, we tried delivering GM-CSF in large doses, directly to the tu...

Duke researchers find existing drugs can stop fungus that attacks AIDS patients

...systems. The researchers said the compounds effectively stopped growth of thefungus in test tube studies. ...n, it is mostly harmless, becausethe immune system effectively combats the organism. However, in people withsuppressed immune systems, the organism can evade the h...

Subtle Biotic Changes Have Big Environmental Impact

...he minnows that consume algae-grazing zooplankton, effectively increased the flow of carbon to the atmosphere by freeing zooplankton from their predators. The booming zooplankton populations grazed the algae to the point where they were no longer a force to use the lake's excess carbon. The lakes, in effect, ...

Two Parasitic Wasps Show Promise For Controlling Pest Flies

...s part of an effort tocontrol fly populations more effectively with natural biological enemiesbecause of the flies' growing resistance to insecticides and increased concernsabout the health risk of pesticides....

First Salmonella Vaccine For Poultry To Be On The Market Soon

...per bird." The vaccine also can be delivered quite effectively as an aerosol spray that deposits the vaccine to the chick's eyes and nares (nostrils). "Sometimes the chicks don't drink anything for a day or two after hatching because they still have lots of fluids from the egg yolk to subsist on," Curtiss says. ...

Smoking Mice Lead To Emphysema Breakthrough

...op metalloproteinase inhibitorsthat may be able to effectively prevent many of these disorders. Shapiro iscurrently determining whether a metalloproteinase inhibitor can block emphysemain normal, heavy-smoking mice. Shapiro notes that a drug that blocks macrophage elastase would, atbest, only prevent da...

Folic Acid Fortification Effective In Cereal Grains

...98, bythe U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), effectively increases intake of this important Bvitamin in adults, according to a new study published in the December American Journal ofClinical Nutrition . "The absorption of folic acid from fortified white and whole wheat bread, rice, and pasta, wasconsisten...

Study Reviews Medication Use In Elderly Cardiac Patients After Discharge

...an residents in order tohelp nurses and physicians effectively address the postdischarge needs ofelderly patients and their families. **hmc** Contacts:Leilyn Perri (717) 531-8604 (o) leilyn.perri@hmc.psu.edu M. Steven Bortner (717) 531-8607 (o) (717) 838-5910 (h) For oth...

UPCI Researchers Find Drug Improves Cancer-Fighting Ability Of Vitamin D

...am. "We have previously shown that 1,25-D3 effectively halts the growth ofcancer in animals, and we have conducted preliminary trials of this agent in men with advanced prostate and other cancers. However, the use of 1,25-D3 has been limited because this drug causes a potentially life-threatening increa...

Careful Honeybee Breeding Combats Tracheal Mite Pests

...plained how beekeepers could control trachealmites effectively over the long term -- by breeding bees that carry thegenetic traits that help them combat the mites. Cobey said that such genetic resistance occurs naturally. Bees in Europe,where scientists first discovered tracheal mites in the 1920s, have l...

Columbia Researchers Identify Gene For Inherited Baldness

...gives us endless possibilities that mayallow us to effectively treat hair loss and possibly baldness within the nextfive years," says principal investigator Angela M. Christiano, Ph.D., HerbertIrving Assistant Professor of Dermatology at Columbia-Presbyterian. "It is nowwithin our reach to design ways to grow ha...

Lactose-Intolerant People Should Drink More Milk, Expert Says

...ose. By altering the diet over time, bacteria more effectively digest lactose, making milk better tolerated. "The bacteria are very fastidious and very adaptable. An individual who may produce excessive gas may feel uncomfortable after eating milk products. But if they adapt to small amounts of milk for a couple...

Researchers From Rockefeller University Develop Novel Method To Fight Cancer

...se proteins are presented on the patient's MHC, to effectively fight cancer. The new work by Albert and his co-authors, Postdoctoral Associate Birthe Sauter,M.D., and Assistant Professor Nina Bhardwaj, M.D., Ph.D., provides an avenue forusing the cell's natural machinery to bypass this requirement, allowing the...

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(Date:4/17/2014)... status as the leading weapon against the deadly disease ... new research indicating it simply needs to be administered ... the cheap anti-malarial drug chloroquine in treating and preventing ... than half a million people each year around the ... resistance to chloroquine, but research carried out at the ...
(Date:4/16/2014)... Calif. Consider the marvel of the embryo. It begins ... function as they multiply to become the cells of our ... the body. , Now, in a feat of reverse tissue ... genetic coding that allows embryonic cells to proliferate and transform ...
(Date:4/16/2014)... HAMPTON, NJ (April 16, 2014): Celldex Therapeutics, Inc. ... Phase 1 study of CDX-1401 in solid tumors, including ... Translational Medicine (Vol 6 Issue 232). The data ... of clinical benefit in patients with very advanced cancers ...
(Date:4/16/2014)... Ill. April 16, 2014 According to a ... in average-risk patients with one to two small polyps ... of cases. This may be an appropriate target for ... study to quantify adherence to guidelines for timing of ...
(Date:4/15/2014)... the United States have nearly doubled since 1988, suggests new ... with obesity apparently to blame for the surge. The researchers ... hit all groups equally, with alarming increases in diabetes in ... reported in the April 15, 2014 issue of the ...
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