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Brain Protein "Rescues" Neurons From Atrophy

...her different parts of the visual cortex responded particularly to specific neurotrophins. Such a differential response would help confirm that neurotrophins are not simply a general growth enhancer for neurons, but represent a sort of chemical "language" that specifically regulates how different kinds of neurons...

Tumor Suppressor Gene Located In Liver Cancer Cells

...ancer is one of the most common cancers worldwide, particularly because of its association with viral hepatitis," ... The lack of effective treatments also makes it a particularly deadly disease, he said. "As a consequence, knowing something about liver tumor formation or having ...

Rosemary May Have Anti-Cancer Properties

...who eat more fat than they should, rosemary may be particularly important." However, the type of fat consumed was important: Diets high in saturatedfats seemed to block the protection that rosemary offered, while diets highin unsaturated fats were more beneficial. Milner has already published a number of studi...

Heat-loving Microbe Repairs Its DNA With Light

...gical that the S. acidocaldarius cell should have particularly effective ways of repairing damageto its DNA," said Grogan. Grogan tested the microbe's repair capabilities by artificiallydamaging the DNA of live S. acidocaldarius cells with UVradiation, whose effects on DNA are precisely known. As expected,the...

Automobiles Gain High Technology Noses To Sniff Out Breaches In Air Pollution Laws In Europe Wide Research Project

...ity control within their vehicles and legislators, particularly in the United States, have moved to pass laws to restrict air pollution from cars. However these measures have been undermined by the limitations in current sensor technology. Drivers have found that their sophisticated air management systems are n...

Bee Sting Treatment Should Emphasize Speed, Not Method Of Removal

... to bee stings, removingthe sting rapidly could be particularly important, Visscher said. Systemicallergic reactions are dose dependent, so the faster a sting is removed,the less venom is injected, and the less likely a person is to have dangerouswhole-body responses like constriction of breathing or a drop in bl...

Component In Soy Products May Be Substitute For Estrogen Treatment

...for soybean isoflavonesin maintaining bone health, particularly in the lumbar spine," saidSusan Potter, a professor of nutrition. "Soy isoflavones act like weakestrogens in respect to bone metabolism. Maybe postmenopausal women canuse soy products instead of estrogen replacement. Maybe women at-risk forbreast can...

New Software Provides Quick Analysis of ion-Channel Activity

...could make a tremendous difference in drug design, particularly for conditions where ion channels are implicated. For example, in people who have some kinds of inherited neuromuscular diseases, an amino acid in the receptors for the neurotransmitter has been altered, he said. These alterations cause the ion cha...

'Juliet' Evades Primate Center Expedition

...years. According to Glander, the researchers were particularly surprised at thereduced number of other lemur species in the east-coast Forest de la Garewhere the expedition ventured. They sighted only a single bamboo lemur andheard the calls of black-and-white ruffed lemurs. "There should have been many more, b...

NCAR Scientists Trek To Africa For Biosphere-Atmosphere Chemistry Study

... chemistry. Plants take up vast amounts of carbon, particularly in the lush tropics, but plants and soils also release carbon, and the overall cycling in the tropics may be affected by the perennial fires. "One big question we're asking," says NCAR/EXPRESSO field project leader Alex Guenther, "is whether the trop...

North America Hit Hard By Asteroid Strike In Yucatan 65 Million Years Ago

...5 million years ago andwiped out the dinosaurs was particularly deadly to North America because it hitthe Yucatan peninsula from the southeast at a 20- to 30-degree angle, spreadingthe devastating impact of its energy northwest. The oblique angle of the asteroid's contact with Earth coupled its impactenergy with...

Scientists Trek to Africa for Biosphere-Atmosphere Chemistry Study

...chemistry. Plants take up vast amounts of carbon, particularly in the lush tropics, but plants and soils also release carbon, and the overall cycling in the tropics may be affected by the perennial fires. This fall's campaign is focused at two sites: one in a rainforest near the Congo's Nouabale-Ndoki N...

Duke's Russian Laser Making Ultraviolet Light And Gamma Rays

...f wavelengths immediately above193 nanometers, and particularly from 190 to 220 nanometers," addedMadey. Research using the OK-4 also may have far-reaching impact in other fieldsof laser surgery, Madey added. The Mark III, the Duke laboratory's infraredfree-electron laser that has been in operation since January...

Two Long-sought Diabetes Gene Found

... different ethnic groups. Molecular biologists are particularly interested in MODY because it provides a way to unravel the complex genetics of adult-onset diabetes. Most people with NIDDM develop symptoms only after age 40, which has made it difficult to gather the large multi-generational families needed for ge...

New Nonviral Gene Therapy System Could Help Fight Cancer

... expressany gene, Wagner and other researchers are particularly interestedin its cancer-fighting abilities. Cancer cells divide rapidly, and current gene therapytechniques can be used to inject genes into these cells. But not allcancer cells within a tumor divide at the same time. Current cancertherapies kil...

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

...lar techniques for visualizing chromosome regions, particularly fluorescence in situ hybridization, or FISH, later improved the process. FISH uses DNA probes labeled with fluorescent dyes to identify specific chromosomal regions. Spectral karyotyping is a new way to interpret data from FISH experiments and has d...

Blood Test Can Identify Some Children With Strep-Related Behavioral Disorders

...eatable with penicillin. Symptoms of OCD and tics, particularly those ofTourette syndrome, a more severe form of tic disorder, are debilitating tochildren, who may be ostracized by peers, teachers and others. Susan Swedo, M.D., the study's lead author and head of behavioral pediatricsat the National Institutes ...

A Phoenix From A Ring Of Fire Is A Pattern For The Recovery Of Mount St. Helens

...ount St. Helens. The pumice on Rakata, particularly on the slopes of the blasted volcan, is still deep. "I would rather climb Mount Rainier any day than slog my way up the 2,000 meters (1 1/4 miles) to the top of the volcano," says Edwards. "It's very loosely embedded." The pumice is bou...

Ten Years of Progress For Superfund Basic Research Program

...n pollutant, azodyes. "The dyes themselves are not particularly harmful," saidBishop, "but when they're ingested, they're broken down by thebacteria inside you into carcinogenic materials." Again, the main problem is that azo dyes are not readilydegraded in nature. Bishop has designed bioreactors in hislaboratory...

Malnutrition Impacts Longevity Of Females More Than Males And Shows Gender Differences In Fruit Flies

...ein-deprived females. "It's likely that this is a particularly vulnerable window of timefor females because of the nutritional demands of reproduction and egg-laying,"said Carey. "These changes may account for the leveling off of thedeath rate among the Medflies at older ages. "The broad importance of the study...

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