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ESA to select new Earth Explorer missions

... be launched to make novel advances in global wind profile observations. The Soil Moisture and Ocean Salinity (SMOS) mission will also be launched in 2007 and will provide global observations of soil moisture and ocean salinity. The Earth Explorer User Consultation Meeting is an important milestone in the Li...

Protein data bank opens new era with broader support

...and publicly accessible - collection. Its holdings profile DNAs,RNAs, viruses, and various proteins, such as enzymes central tophotosynthesis, growth, development and brain function. This month, with a doubling in the number of the federal agenciessupporting it, the PDB begins a new five-year, $30 millionma...

Predicting progression of common cancers

...t Stanford University examined the gene expression profile of fibroblasts responding to serum in cell culture--a process that shares certain features with wound healing. Fibroblasts are involved in wound healing, and serum is encountered in the body where blood leaks out of blood vessels (such as sites of in...

Story tips from the Department of Energys Oak Ridge National Laboratory, January 2004

...cil. Determining the weight, center of balance and profile of a vehicle being transported is critical to avoiding crashes such as the one that occurred in June 2002 involving an Air Force MC-130H. The seven-month project funded by the Department of Defense began in November. "When we're done, we'll have a hi...

Profiling the genes that make stem cells

... a first step towards characterizing the molecular profile of stem cells, based on a comprehensive database of genes expressed in mouse early embryos and stem cells. Arguing that a broad understanding of these molecular determinants requires a broad selection of cell types, the scientists combined new gen...

Can the mode of training affect the hormone response to different modes of exercise?

...s conclude that the circulating endogenous hormone profile is more dependent on exercise mode or intensity th...it appears that the circulating endogenous hormone profile is more dependent on exercise mode or intensity than on exercise volume as measured by caloric expen...

DFG to establish seven new Clinical Research Units

...nd makes a sustainable contribution to raising the profile of universities. Lung transplants continue to be the only treatment which promises a cure for patients suffering from serious diseases to this organ. However, a lack of donor organs means that almost one third of all patients die before the life-savi...

Early promise for treatment of Ebola

...y, rNAPc2 has a suitable phamacokinetic and safety profile in human beings. The clinical efficacy of this treatment modality now needs to be proven."...

OXiGENE launches significant expansion of its R&D program in ophthalmology

...ether with our current understanding of the safety profile of CA4P gleaned from our numerous ongoing oncology and ophthalmology studies, has stimulated us to expand our development strategy. We now plan to broaden our research and development initiatives and expect to launch a clinical study in myopic degen...

Drug shows promise for Ebola virus treatment in primates

... and has a demonstrated pharmacokinetic and safety profile in humans. "Our results have potentially important clinical implications, since our treatment approach targets the disease process rather than replication of the Ebola virus," he said. "Moreover, our findings raise the possibility that rNAPC2 could ...

New method of identifying and isolating stem cells developed

...ntify them, isolate them and compare their genetic profile with known stem cells. The system, dubbed "pulse a...her ongoing comparison between the transcriptional profile of the skin slow-cycling cells (compared to their progeny) and blood stem cells (compared to their p...

Newly identified genes may help predict outcome in childhood leukemia

...he new name of OPAL1. "Studies to profile gene expressions in cancers like leukemia are very timely because physicians still need to better predict therapeutic responses," said Ronald Hoffman, M.D., President of the American Society of Hematology. "While we can already use a combination of ...

UCLA study sheds new light on island evolution

...er the following 10 months, they created a genetic profile for each lizard. Given the numbers and frequencies of physical and genetic differences among lizard populations, they determined that lizards were moving between islands. Next, the researchers sought to explain this unusual flow of genetic material ...

ESA's first step towards Mars Sample Return

...tance and the first robotic mission with a similar profile to a possible human expedition to Mars." A number of the critical technologies required for the success of this ambitious endeavour have yet to be developed in Europe, e.g. re-entry of spacecraft arriving from at high velocity from deep space. As a...

Clock cells, tumor suicide, tailored therapies among subjects of AACR-NCI-EORTC Conference

... and testing in patients. Right now the molecular profile of cancer is hard to recognize in patients, because it is not part of clinical trials nor the way cancer is classified. We need a consensus of opinion to bridge the gap between the lab and the patient." Target selection and barriers to the clini...

UB researchers show first evidence of pharmacogenomic differences in patients' responses to MS drug

... in blood were separated and their gene-expression profile processed and amplified using cDNA microarrays. The data on specific genes of interest were validated using an additional technique called real-time reverse transcriptase polymerase chain reaction, or RT- PCR, which supported the primary array findin...

Zadaxin in triple therapy shows 61% response for hepatitis C non-responders

...A. As in all previous ZADAXIN studies, the safety profile was excellent without significant drug related side effects or toxicities. During the course of this study, patients will receive 12 months of triple therapy (ZADAXIN 1.6 mg/bi-weekly plus pegylated interferon alfa-2a 180 mcg/week and ribavirin 1,000...

Elusive cancer killer's deep-sea hideout discovered after a nearly 20-year hunt

...re each piece had been collected to put together a profile of the habitat where it must live. The technique worked perfectly, and on the first submersible dive targeting an area that fit the profile, they found the sponge. "You know, you have these hypotheses, but when it is actually there, it just floors yo...

Gene expression tied to social behavior in honey bees

...ual bee's occupation can be predicted by knowing a profile of its gene expression in the brain, say researchers at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. This strong relationship surfaced in a complex molecular study of 6,878 different genes replicated with 72 cDNA microarrays that captured the esse...

Aggregation of cloned mouse embryos improves survival rate

...n its former genetic program and adopt the genetic profile of an embryonic nucleus; failure to do so dooms the embryo. "The paper provides a new insight into reprogramming following nuclear transfer," said Davor Solter, a developmental biologist at the Max-Planck Institute of Immunobiology who was not involv...

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