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NIA makes second novel clone set available

...roduce and distribute microarrays, but will not be permitted to redistribute the clone set. All centers and end users will be allowed to charge nominal fees in order to recover costs of materials, shipping and handling. For details about acquisition of either the NIA 15K or NIA 7.4K clone set from a designated...

Ocean aquaculture: Technology, business practices, policies & caviar

...rops of 100,000 fish per cage. As the first fully permitted open ocean aquaculture site in the U.S., it represents the start of an industry with an earning potential of over $400 million per year. The Hawaii cage project recently was featured at NOAA's annual "Fish Fry" dinner in Washington D.C. where moi an...

Ira Rubinoff honored by the Association for Tropical Biology

...ed the direction of tropical biology research. He permitted the late Alan Smith to "hang graduate students from tower cranes" to reach forest canopies. There are now eleven canopy cranes worldwide. He played a critical role in the establishment of the Center for Tropical Forest Science (CTFS), a network of 1...

NIH funding establishes a chimpanzee sanctuary

...mpanzees. No invasive biomedical research will be permitted at the sanctuary; yet, NCRR and Chimp Haven have agreed that the sanctuary will be periodically inspected by the USDA and will comply with animal welfare regulations. More chimpanzees may need to be transferred from research facilities to the sanctu...

GSA release 02-55: Dec. Geology & GSA Today media highlights

... implies a rapid and major release of methane that permitted a significant fraction of the initial dissociated hydrate methane to reach the atmosphere prior to oxidation. Mineral biosignatures in evaporites: Presence of rosickyite in an endoevaporitic microbial community from Death Valley, California . Susan...

New theory explains economic growth in terms of evolutionary biology

...of this genetic trait in the population ultimately permitted the Industrial Revolution to trigger a transition to a state of sustained economic growth." The critical natural selection that occurred prior to the Industrial Revolution involved the fundamental tradeoff between child-caring and child-rearing. The ...

The jaws stiffness found to dictate speech production

...ing a magnesium and titanium rotary connector that permitted motion of the jaw in all six translational and rotational degrees of freedom. Subjects were thus able to produce naturalistic jaw movements when coupled to the robot. Measurement of jaw kinematic variability: Measures of jaw kinematic variability ...

The dollars and sense of protecting the ocean

...d) to 'zoned' areas in which a variety of uses are permitted to some extent and managed in an integrated manner. MPAs are of great interest both in fishery management and as a tool for 'integrated ocean management', dealing not only with fishing but also ocean tourism, mining, aquaculture, and so on. While th...

U of A scientist finds Atlantic salmon escapes higher than government reports

...e private sector jobs. While salmon farming is not permitted in Alaska, Atlantic salmon are clearly ranging considerable distances from their farms of origin, says Volpe. Volpe is now launching a new initiative that calls for full reporting of captured Atlantics and that will allow his research team to access ...

Body hormone ghrelin, a food intake and weight gain influence, is found to promote sleep

... through an indwelling intravenous catheter, which permitted administration of the testing drug and repeated blood collection in the adjacent laboratory without disturbing the study subject. All subjects were reclining at 8:00 PM. Injections of ghrelin or placebo were given hourly between 10:00 PM and 1:00 AM...

DNA arrays diagnose, predict survival for Sezary syndrome cancer patients

...activity of a panel of only eight of the 385 genes permitted the scientists to accurately diagnose the condition in patients with tumor burdens as low as five percent of their circulating blood cells. A panel of ten genes was sufficient to identify a class of patients who will succumb to their disease within s...

'Immortalized' cells enable researchers to grow human arteries

...shortening, and had shown that expression of hTERT permitted some human cells to continue to divide indefinitely, in effect making them immortal. Working with Niklason and Counter, then medical student Andy McKee found that when the hTERT gene was introduced into smooth muscle cells, key components of an arter...

Muslims embrace brave new world of IVF

...ritual leader of Lebanon's Hizbollah movement, has permitted donor egg technologies and even donor sperm to be used under certain conditions. " So, unlike Sunni Muslims, the Shi'ites are entering into a brave new era of third-party donation and surrogacy, thereby allowing middle-aged infertile couples to maint...

Building a better atlas of yeast proteins

...sequence that makes it easy to detect. This method permitted the researchers to use antibodies to quantify the level of protein in the cell. The other library, used for protein localization studies, consisted of strains where each protein is tagged with a sequence that produced a green fluorescent protein visi...

Worlds largest scientific society to hold regional meeting in Pittsburgh

... revolutionized the field of mass spectrometry and permitted the analysis of complex molecules such as peptides, proteins and DNA. Mass spectrometry was the technique used to map the human genome. Other meeting highlights include sessions and poster presentations on cutting edge technology in analytical, bioi...

Ethical guidelines needed before 'nutrigenomic' groceries come to market

...rappling with what health benefits foods should be permitted to claim, and how these claims should be communicated to the public. Because some of these "foods" make claims that enter the terrain traditionally limited to drugs, governments need to decide if and how they are going to regulate these products. "T...

'Homegrown' relief for victims of arsenic poisoning in South Asia

...n, SenGupta says, to well below the 50-ppb maximum permitted by the Indian government. Arsenicosis sufferers have found relief from their symptoms, and reports of new cases have plummeted. SenGupta will visit West Bengal for a week beginning Dec. 22, and will tour several villages where his system has been ins...

Hope available for patients with anemia and myelodysplastic syndrome

...very period. Up to four cycles of tipifarnib were permitted in patients with complete responses. Poor-risk AML is defined in many ways, such as arising from myelodysplastic syndromes, therapy-related AML in patients 60 years of age or over (in absence of favorable cytogenetics), adverse cytogenetics, ...

A history of beer and brewing

...ut during the last quarter of the 20th century has permitted us to re-think the way in which some ancient civilizations went about their beer production. There have also been some highly innovative technical developments, many of which have led to the sophistication and efficiency of 21st century brewing meth...

Gulf between rich, poor will grow if high-profile nanotechnology opponents prevail: ethics experts

...d others in North America and Europe should not be permitted to diminish the health, environmental and economic opportunities of the poor in Africa, Latin America and Asia."...

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