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Eating Less Fat At One Meal May Lead To Higher Fat Intake Later

...fore drinking theirlunchtime shake and in the five hours afterwards. The groups’ answerswere identical, whether they had higher-fat or lower-calorie shakes at lunchtime. Allred studied men only because women’s menstrual cycles can affectappetite and eating behaviors. Also, he stresses that al...

New Machine Slashes Time, Cost To Make Unique Lenses

...s "lapping,"done by specialized artisans, can take hours or even days."There's now no efficient way, and certainly no single machine,for making high-precision ground aspheres from start to finish,"Golini says. Many companies sidestep these difficulties by using mass-produced molded plastic or small gl...

Biggest Acoustics Meeting Ever

...system, which will listen to the world's oceans 24 hours a day for evidence of nucleardetonations. At the ICA/ASA meeting, Martin W. Lawrence ( mlawrence@ctbto.un.or.at ) of theComprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty Organization in Vienna and others will report the latest progresson this network. (Session 4...

Three Institutions Combine Efforts In First-Ever Demonstration Of Long-Term Function In Transplanted Human Liver Cells

...-Najjar disease develop jaundice and must spend 12 hours aday or longer receiving phototherapy, which helps...od. The patientwas discharged from the hospital 20 hours after the cell infusion was complete. Using methods developed by the Roy-Chowdhurys and thei...

Northwestern Researchers Develop Rapid Diagnostic Test To Detect Antibiotic-Resistant Bacteria

...pitalized patients. They have reduced from 48 to 8 hours the timeneeded to identify the potentially lethal bacteria, known asvancomycin-resistant enterococci, or VRE. A report on the technique, which detects and amplifies even very minutequantities of the genes for two types of this bacteria, vanA ...

Cancer Test May Offer High-Risk Groups Quick, Affordable Screening For Tumors

...as then collected in four periods over the next 24 hours and tested forincreased levels of orotidine and orotate, two compounds used to buildpyrimidines. Increases in the levels of these compounds were surprisingly large. "These dramatic changes suggest that it may be possible to use the te...

Dust Mite Behavior May Show New Ways To Control Pests

...ere we spend the majority of our time-- at least 8 hours a day sleeping, so we lose a lot of skin cells there,”said Glass. “The average person sheds enough skin cells every day tofeed thousands of mites for a month.” Needham said that most homes have dust mites, but the mites usually don...

New Tests Demonstrate MuchLarger, More Specific Immune Responses To Viruses

...ek with an estimated doubling time of six to eight hours during thepeak phase of the response. The research was reported in the February issue of Immunity. Nobellaureate Peter C. Doherty, in a commentary in the April 10 issue of Science,says that the new findings have "triggered a revolution" in o...

Pollution, Food Stress Take Toll On Bald Eagles

...sting activity. He later analysed a total of 1,100 hours ofvideotape. He counted prey deliveries, the size and type of prey, adult and chickbehavior, and how long adults stayed at the nest -- a good measure of how easy itwas to find food. "Looking at contaminants was an obvious place to start thest...

Fish Love Songs/Whale Rhythms

... located at the Blakely Room of the Westin,and the hours will be Monday-Wednesday, June 22-24, 8 a.m.-5 p.m., and Thursday,June 25 from 8 a.m.-12 p.m....

Detecting Deer: New Method For Counting Population In Urban Areas

...ted one to two hoursafter sunrise and two to three hours before sundown. Flights were repeated 10times over several days at the same time to lessen the possibility of a countingerror. "One of the key things is that we had a known population to start with," saysBeringer. "That's a definite asset to any ce...

Ecological Consequences Of Jasmonate-Induced Responses For Plants In Native Populations

... delay which could leave a plant vulnerable for hours or even days as the defense is activated. Why then is this mode of defense deployment so common, having been demonstrated in over 110 plant-herbivore interactions? The commonly-held explanation is that chemical defenses are beneficial and...

UNC-CH Researchers Develop Promising Heart Research Tool

...wo-dimensional structure is very stable, lasts for hours and willallow use of the most sophisticated methods for studying cells, he said. "For the first time, we now will be able to really look at theinteraction between the normal and damaged tissues and address cells of whythese arrhythmias occur,...

New Research Shows That Swarms Of Mayflies Are Laying Their Eggs On Roads Rather Than Rivers

Tar Babies Adult mayflies have only a few hours in which to find a mate and reproduce.Worse still, reflected light is deceiving them into laying their eggs on roadsinstead of in rivers, Hungarian researchers have found. Direct sunlight reflected off the surface of water is strongly polaris...

Researchers Develop Fast Screening Method For Water Testing

...ch sample receives a full analysis, taking several hours per sampleto complete. "The problem with d...full analysis on every sample is that you canspend hours analyzing a sample only to find out that it's below EnvironmentalProtection Agency limits," said Ant...

Mechanism Discovered For Determining Early Vertebrate Body Plan: New Zebrafish Mutants Afford Deeper Look Into Embryonic Patterning

...is important event happens muchearlier, about five hours earlier in the development of zebrafish. Time-wise,this corresponds in mammals to a day to a couple of days earlier, a stagesometimes crucial to catching a rare glimpse of the earliest stages ofvertebrate development. This work is described i...

New Insights On Sequence of Cell Death After Brain Injury: Understanding Cellular Events After Brain Trauma Could Lead To Better Therapies

... injured ratbrains, at post-injury intervals of 12 hours to two months. The protracted timeframe is unique to this study. Not all regions of the brain responded similarly.Early on, much of the programmed cell death occurred near the surface of thebrain where the injury occurred. Then a progressive wave of ...

New Hope On The Horizon For Patients With End-Stage Cardiovascular Disease

...aredone on an outpatient basis and take about four hours each. To date, twopatients have been treated with VEFG Therapy at Cedars-Sinai. Dr. Shah is thePrincipal Investigator on this study. # # # To arrange an interview, please call 1-800-396-1002. Reporters, please note thatthis telephone number is exc...

University of Kentucky Neuroscientist Develops Unique Device For Treatment Of Brain Tumors

... into the brain, they only remain active for a few hours -- not enoughtime to destroy the tumor. By running the tube directly into patients' tumors, Patchell has beenable to eliminate side effects normally associated with chemotherapy, such asnausea, hair loss and fatigue. The survival rates of pa...

New Rehabilitative Device Combines Form And Function For Children With Mobility Impairments

... others. Many impaired children spendthree or four hours a day in a prone stander, and that is a long time tobe separated from playmates. By positioning children just a few inches off the ground, Tierney's"peer-level" prone stander allows them to interact with peers, use acomputer or work on a project on t...

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