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Choice of sex in animal breeding? Excess of male progeny from males carrying mouse responder transgene on Y chromosome

...ysis of the genomic region." The cloning of Tcr paves the way for the molecular investigation of sperm motility and may turn up human genes involved in some forms of infertility. It is also possible that transmission ratio distortion may exist in other mammals or even in humans which can now be studied....

Protecting the rice bowl: Chromosomal mapping of the rice blast fungus

...omosome 7. The striking success of their approach paves the wayfor mapping, and eventually sequencing, the entire M. grisea genome. Furthermore, by facilitating the cloning of new genes, the map immediatelyboosts efforts to determine how M. grisea infects host rice plants andparticularly how the fungus ov...

University Of Pittsburgh Involved In First Successful Example Of Gene Therapy For Pain Control

...n responses in animals. This landmarkstudy, which paves the road for future clinical research, is published in theMarch 16 issue of the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. "Our research results clearly show that pain-associated behaviors diminished inmice treated with a herpes virus containin...

Growth Factors Improve Muscle Healing In Animals

...ry atChildren's Hospital of Pittsburgh. This work paves the way for these compoundsto be used one day in people with similar injuries, according to investigatorsthere. "Specific growth factors we used not only improved muscle regeneration; theyquickened healing. These results open new horizons for the tr...

Researchers Announce Breakthrough In Transgenic Animal Technology

...solete for many biopharmaceutical purposes. Italso paves the way to applications of biotechnology in agricultural livestock,similar to those that have changed crop agriculture in recent years. Thetechnology may also have applications in other mammals. The scientists believe the technology described also p...

Molecular Mission Unveils New Genetic Link To Common Birth Defect

...critical for the formation of blood. The discovery paves the way for researchers to identify diagnostic and/ortreatment strategies to combat a variety of bladder and kidney disorders innewborns, most notably a condition called hydroureteronephrosis, a physiologicalplumbing problem in which urine cannot mak...

Marine Snail Toxin Targeted At African Toad Eggs Reveals Novel Impact On The Regulation Of Serotonin

...havior,understanding the way in which it functions paves the way for designing newdrugs to control its actions. One existing drug that targets the receptor, known as 5-HT3, is used to treatnausea that accompanies chemotherapy. Drugs targeting the receptor couldpotentially be designed to treat pain and anx...

Syphilis Genome Sequence Offers Clues To Better Diagnosis, Prevention And Treatment

In a research breakthrough that paves the way for preventive vaccines as well asbetter diagnostic tests and treatments, scientists have sequenced the completegenome for Treponema pallidum, the bacterium that causes syphilis. The project, funded by the National Institute of Allergy and In...

Who Needs Flowers? Transgenic Plants Sprout Embryos On Leaves

...,biologist Bob Goldberg of UCLA. "If the LEC1 gene paves the way to the development of seedswithout fertilization, it would have enormous potential,"Goldberg said. "Hybrid vigor could be fixed in a given line,making it unnecessary to cross inbred lines and establishinga hybrid generation after generation....

Extra Choline During Pregnancy Enhances Memory In Offspring

...eiving an electricalstimulus or "message" actually paves a pathway allowing future messages to reachthe nerve cell more easily -- similar to the way that rain water creates afurrow through soil upon repeated downpours, enabling even a small trickle tofind its way more easily. If further resear...

International Research Team Clones New Skin Cancer Gene

...s Program at the Yale Cancer Center. The discovery paves the way for novel approaches to preventing and treating basal cell carcinoma, according to David J. Leffell, M.D., associate professor of dermatology at the Yale School of Medicine and a co-author of the report. 3Although still several years away, ...

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