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Technology could enhance accuracy of breast biopsy

...N - A new technology developed by a research group headed by Nimmi Ramanujam, assistant professor of biomedical engineering at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, will be a "third eye" during breast biopsies and can increase the chance for an accurate clinical diagnosis of breast cancer. Doctors currently ...

Microscopy scans show how brain cells process energy

...al Imaging and Opto-electronics (DRBIO) laboratory headed by Watt W. Webb. Webb, Cornell's S.B. Eckert Professor in Engineering and a co-inventor of multiphoton microscopy who also is an author on the Science paper, explains: "Multiphoton microscopy imaging of intrinsic fluorescence in NADH shows that ear...

New insight into cancer metastasis

...ne 25 issue of the journal Cell, the research team headed by Weinberg describes how a breast carcinoma in mice misappropriates a protein called Twist. Twist is a gene regulator, meaning that it tells genes when to turn on and when to turn off. But Twist is mainly active in early embryonic development, where...

Tulane opens doors to discovery

...y one of the program features Francis Collins, who headed the mapping of the human genome, and Darwin Prockop, director of the Tulane Center for Gene Therapy, along with Lance Liotta of the National Cancer Institute and pharmaceutical executive Steve Paul. The second day kicks off with a symposium discussio...

Japanese researchers develop novel method of introducing transgenes into animals

...erial to their offspring. The team of researchers, headed by Dr. Takashi Shinohara, injected the retrovirus into the seminiferous tubules in the testes of immature male mice. The retrovirus was taken up by the sperm stem cells, which went on to produce sperm with the transgene. According to Dr. Shinohara a...

Stanford researchers go from heaven to Earth in 'lifeguard' test

... frequent thoughts about life in outer space: They headed to a casino, downed a few cocktails and drew up a plan for the ideal physiological monitor for astronauts. But here's what you wouldn't expect: The pair's scheme has come to life, a result of a Stanford-NASA collaboration to develop the p...

Lab mice rescued from Type 1 diabetes via dendritic cell-assisted therapy

... Laboratory of Cellular Physiology and Immunology, headed by professor and senior physician Ralph Steinman, M.D. "You have to stop the immune system from attacking those pancreatic islet cells," says Tarbell. Otherwise, even with the possibility of islet cell transplants, the same process that destroyed th...

Florida frontier expedition

...d the institution's Seward Johnson research vessel headed for deepwater reefs off the coast of North Florida. The team will then work its way south to Ft. Lauderdale exploring areas of rock and reef bottom that appear promising based on contours identified with sonar maps. From Ft. Lauderdale south through ...

Biologists uncover genetic links to broad range of human disorders resulting from cilia dysfunctions

... May 14 issue of the journal Cell, UCSD biologists headed by Charles S. Zuker, a professor of biology and of neurosciences, and postdoctoral fellow Tomer Avidor-Reiss report the identification of some 40 genes that play a role in cilia formation, six of which, they discovered, are essential for the assembly...

Research into cetacean reproduction leads to birth of killer whales by artificial insemination

... in the journal Biology of Reproduction, the team, headed by Dr. Todd R. Robeck, based at SeaWorld San Antonio, notes that their research will allow sperm of killer whales in zoological facilities to be stored by a technique known as "genome resource banking" or GRB. GRB, used in conjunction with artifici...

Archaeologists announce discoveries at the ancient Maya site of Waka' in northern Guatemala

...oject, sponsored by Southern Methodist University, headed by Dr. David Freidel of SMU, and Guatemalan archaeologist Hctor Escobedo of Universidad de San Carlos de Guatemala, is attempting to combine scientific research of the ancient Maya past of Guatemala with conservation and development in an effort to s...

Dampened hopes for transplanting bone marrow stem cells in heart attacks

...He is a doctoral student and part of research team headed by Professor Sten Eirik Jacobsen at the Stem Cell Center. What the Lund scientists have found is that the transplanted cells that remain in the infarcted area retain their identity as blood cells. On the other hand, outside the infarcted area a so-...

New research suggests therapeutic approach for autoimmune diseases

... the May Journal of Clinical Investigation, a team headed by Senior Staff Scientist Derry Roopenian discovered that a normally functioning protein, referred to as FcRn, plays an important role in promoting arthritis, a common form of autoimmune disease. In total, 80 known autoimmune diseases strike 10 mill...

Researchers find evidence that sea turtles navigate with magnetic maps

...er a century. Now, new findings by a research team headed by Drs. Kenneth and Catherine Lohmann, marine biologists at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, indicate that the navigational ability of sea turtles is based at least partly on a "magnetic map" -- a remarkable ability to read geographic...

Newly discovered gene controls levels of 'bad' cholesterol in mice

... Laboratory of Biochemical Genetics and Metabolism headed by Jan L. Breslow, M.D., the senior author of the study. High levels of LDL cholesterol in the blood lead to heart attacks because the waxy LDL molecules build up inside the walls of arteries, causing damage to the blood vessels and leading to clots...

Alcoholism risk linked to gene involved in brain chemistry

Indianapolis -- A research team headed by Indiana University School of Medicine scientists has identified a gene that is strongly linked to an individual's risk of developing alcoholism. The gene identified, GABRA2, is one of several genes that produce parts of the receptor for the brain'...

Researchers awarded $2 million to create high-tech tools for fighting wildfires

...ormation Technology Research Program. The team is headed by CU-Denver mathematics professor Jan Mandel, who will work with a coupled weather and wildfire computer model developed at NCAR to build a software system that will use data from the fire scene to determine wildfire-spread scenarios and probabiliti...

Young chimpanzees show sex differences in learning

...ke sex into account," said Elizabeth Lonsdorf, who headed the study as a graduate student at the university and is now director of field conservation at the Lincoln Park Zoo in Chicago. While young females perfected the art of termite fishing, young males spent more time playing and swinging around--behavio...

Fat hormone leptin alters brain architecture and activity, which in turn drives feeding behavior

...al fellows in the Laboratory of Molecular Genetics headed by Jeffrey Friedman, M.D., Ph.D., at Rockefeller, in conjunction with Tamas Horvath, D.V.M., Ph.D. and his colleagues at Yale University. The Rockefeller scientists discovered that leptin acts by changing the wiring of the brain, a phenomenon known ...

Southern Californians commonly misinformed about beach water quality, study finds

...e determined safe or unsafe. The research was headed by Stanley Grant, chair of the chemical engineering and materials sciences department at UCI. Results were published in three companion papers this week on the Web site for Environmental Science & Technology, a publication of the American Chemical So...

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