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Chemical 'crumbs' from microbes' snacks provide a trail to ancient, remote life

...ies and knows where the goodies are kept, then the missing cookies and the crumbs would implicate him as the midnight snacker. Anbar's team found an "imposter," a chemical process that doesn't necessarily involve any living organisms but nevertheless leaves evidence that scientists had thought might only be...

Genes for unusual flower within a flower are identified by UCSD scientists

...f the flower organs. "This discovery may add the missing piece of the puzzle, as we now know that these genes are necessary for the formation of the different flower organs," says Yanofsky. "It will now be interesting to directly test this idea by turning on these genes in leaves, where they are normally t...

Bone produced from skin and gum tissue

...earchers used the method to replace large areas of missing bone in living rats, raising the prospect of simpl...the system on rats that had large sections of bone missing from their skulls. New bone was produced from the rats' own skin cells, and the skulls were almost ...

Asprin-like drugs may be useful for cancer treatment, study suggests

...ssels, a process called angiogenesis. In the cells missing the COX-2 gene, VEGF levels were substantially lower; with an active COX-2 gene, VEGF levels dropped after treatment with COX-2 inhibitors. "It appears that the inhibition of tumor growth is due to lack of tumor-associated angiogenesis," said Raymon...

Discovery shows how brain 'fills in blanks' to help us see

...lps us see and interact with objects by filling in missing information, according to a study published in the... eyes, so the brain needs to fill in those gaps of missing information." Sekuler and her colleagues believe they have found the first direct evidence to prove ...

UCSD researchers find genetic key to puzzling congenital disease

...mally shaped teeth, bald patches on the scalp, and missing or deformed nails. Males who inherit the defective gene do not survive. IP is estimated to affect from one in 10,000 to one in 100,000. For further detail, visit the National Incontinentia Pigmenti Foundation Web site: http://imgen.bcm.tmc.edu/NI...

Genes may help protect kidneys from diabetes damage

...ntified a third gene that was inactive in the mice missing the growth hormone receptor but active in the other two groups. The finding points to a possible genetic cause of the disease. Knowing which genes are involved and how they work could be useful in therapy or diagnosis of kidney disease, Coschigan...

Double crops, cut the acreage by 2010, predicts plant scientist

...onmentalist, he thinks other environmentalists are missing the point of much biotechnology research. "It's ki...o crazy things. But here the environmentalists are missing the potential to advance their cause, which is really everyone's cause."...

Unearthing the secrets of human skeletal remains

...police. The results will assist police to locate missing people who may have met with foul play, such as in murder cases which remain "open" because no body has been found. Ms Powell's research is believed to be among the first of its kind in Australia, and is significant because it focuses purely on loc...

Pigs at sea reveal latest clues in homicide research

...hipods. Divers on this visit report bite marks, missing body parts and what Anderson suggests could be the early onset of adipocere, at which stage body parts affected become crumbly, almost resembling cottage cheese. Anderson says it usually takes about three months for the condition to appear, yet...

Summer 2000 techNotes

...ow which weapons are being stored and which may be missing or in use. Chemistry stops chromium contamination - Chromium contaminated soil - they're carting it up and carrying it away as part of cleanup projects at government and industrial sites throughout the United States. But researchers at Pacific Nort...

UCSF researchers identify regulator of critical brain messenger, hinting at therapy

...ry of the glutamate transporter represents a major missing component that people have sought for a long time," says Edwards. "It is one of the final things that will enable us to study the basic function of how synapses work." The finding's importance resembles that of the discovery of glutamate receptors, t...

Brain size in premature infants significantly smaller than full-term babies

...ms with brain development in these infants from a missing unidentified growth factor, to the absence of physiological buffering by the mothers uterus, to the many medical problems associated with prematurity," Peterson said. "From a clinical standpoint, the results of this study show that we need to look ea...

Prosthetic limb to be controlled by microchip: Agreement signed to create smart leg

... "This is about making a leg that is more like a missing limb than a collection of components ever can be," says Diane Hurtado of the Smart Integrated Lower Limb (SILL) project team. "This limb will have a digital control system to make it smart." Says Ivan Sabel, president of Hangar, of which SOGI is a...

Sense of touch/nerve research

...dual nerve fibers were examined. Strikingly, mice missing the protein showed a very specific and selective deficit in one type of touch perception; rapidly adapting mechanoreceptors were much less sensitive. These fibers sense very light touch. "The BNC1 protein is an ion channel located at the tips of n...

On-line info leads to gene identification

... lower leg deformity (bowed legs and knock knees), missing teeth, bone pain and fractures. Individuals with ADHR do not produce phosphorus, an important element in bone development. Michael J. Econs, M.D., associate professor of medicine and of medical and molecular genetics, and Kenneth E. White, Ph.D.,...

Secrets hidden in a tiger's paralyzing roar

... travel. Scientists believe that infrasound is the missing link in studying tiger communication. In the first study of its kind, von Muggenthaler and her colleagues recorded every growl, hiss, chuff, and roar of twenty-four tigers at the Carnivore Preservation Trust in Pittsboro, North Carolina, and the...

Simple rules predict the outcome of predator-prey struggles

... players? "It is a problem of counting trees and missing the forest," said Nelson G. Hairston Jr., another article author and the Rhodes Professor of Environmental Science at Cornell whose laboratory performed a key test of the new model. "It has become popular recently to model populations using an equat...

New study: genetically engineered enzyme boosts treatment for rare children's illness

...s back an enzyme called iduronidase that they were missing and that was made in the laboratory," Muenzer said...like MPS 1 have been identified, each with its own missing enzyme, the new work "is really the beginning of a whole new therapeutic possibility for rare geneti...

Gene therapy for muscular dystrophy

...n their muscles, which is the same protein that is missing in muscluar dystrophy (MD). The researchers administered the protein to both groups of mice by enclosing the gsg in the recombinant adeno-associated virus (rAAV) a commonly used vector that has been described in previous scientific research as non-i...

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