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Early Restoration Of Blood Flow Following A Heart Attack Shown To Improve Long-Term Survival For Patients

...han previously believed, say researchers in astudy published in today's Circulation: Journal of the American HeartAssociation. While it's well known that immediately restoring blood flow to the heartfollowing a heart attack provides a short-term benefit, this study is the firstto demonstrate that those with ea...

Water Quality In Georgia-Florida Coastal Plain Affected By Agricultural And Urban Activities

...tora, John R. Pittman, and Edward T. Oaksford, and published as USGS Circular 1151, are available free of charge from the USGS Branch of Information Services, Box 25286, Denver Federal Center, Denver, CO 80225, (303) 202-4700 (fax requests to (303) 202-4963); or by contacting the USGS Water Resources Division ...

Chocolate Treats Can Land Racehorse Trainers In Trouble

... other horses. Sams began the research, which was published recently in the Journalof Analytical Toxicology , after a Florida racehorse trainer sent a horse’surine sample to Ohio State for testing when another lab found caffeine inthe sample. Sams said the trainer questioned if the M&M’s®he...

Despite Odds, Little Known Grauer's Gorillas Persist In Central Africa

...-Zoo basedWildlife Conservation Society (WCS), and published in thecurrent issue of the journal Oryx, reveals that the population ofthese mysterious primates has remained surprisingly stabledespite growing human pressures. Conservationists warn,however, that local populations have become increasinglythreatened...

New Tuberculosis Vaccine Candidate Developed: Improved Delivery Of Antigens By Current Vaccine BCG (Bacille Calmette-Gurin)

...sative agent of tuberculosis. Their data have been published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences U.S.A. on April 28, 1998. Although tuberculosis belongs to the "old" diseases, it still remains a significant global health problem. Tuberculosis is responsible for 3 million ...

Bison Grazing Increases Biodiversity In Grasslands

...says the scientist. Collins' research results are published in this week's issue of the journal Science. His work was conducted at NSF's Konza Prairie Long-Term Ecological Research (LTER) site in northeastern Kansas, one of a network of 20 such NSF sites in North America and Antarctica. Species diversity has...

Gene Study Shows Mammals Lived Before Extinction Of The Dinosaurs

...ociate professor of biology, whoseresearch will be published in the April 30, 1998, issue of the journal Nature...ith as we did just two years ago," saysHedges, who published a similar but much smaller study with Kumar and others in1996. The scientists sifted through many ...

Inhibitor Shows Potential To Protect Infant Brain

...when one could administer them." The findings are published in the May 1 issue of Journal of Clinical Investigation. Former postdoctoral fellow Yu Cheng, M.D., Ph.D., is first author. An interruption in the supply of blood and oxygen to the brain in the womb or during or after birth is the largest contribut...

New Study Shows White Males Have More Receptors For Patent Blood-Vessel Contracting Substance

...ege of Pharmacy. Results of the study were published this week in the May issue of theJournal of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics. Endothelin-1 (ET-1) is produced by cells that line the blood vessels andis a potent vasoconstrictor -- that is, a compound which causes vessels tocontrac...

Results Of Hog-Stress Study May Lead To Better Management Methods

.... The study was modeled after a study on chickens published in 1989 byU. of I. animal scientist Stanley Curtis, who found that six simultaneouslyoccurring environmental stressors also had an additive effect....

Research Sheds Light On How Plants Regulate Distribution Of Nutrients

...iving resources go. At the heart of the findings, published in the April 14 issue of theProceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, is improved understandingof how plants regulate the distribution of organic nutrients synthesizedduring photosynthesis, says a University of Illinois scientist. "We could h...

Max Planck Scientists Report Molecular Details On The Interaction Of The Stress Hormone Corticotropin-Releasing Factor (CRF) And Its Receptor

...e for Experimental Medicine in Goettingen/ Germany published the first report on the predicted ami...sults of these experiments have very recently been published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (Frank M. Dautzenberg, Sandra Wi...

New Fossil Discoveries Clinch Ancient Age Of Human Ancestor

...g ancestor of humans, according to research to be published in today's (May 7) issue of the journal Nature. ...ew species Australopithecus anamensis, in a paper published in Nature in 1995 based on 22 fossils discovered in northern Kenya, now have unearthed 38 additiona...

Transgenic Mice With Widest Known Range Of Vision Among Mammals Created To Investigate Human Vision Problems, Evolution Of Sight

...d Ophthalmology here,May 14. The research also was published last week in Investigative Ophthalmologyand Visual Science. Normal mice and humans both have visual spectral ranges that extend overabout 300 nanometers. What the two species see, however, is different. Thewild or laboratory mouse's visio...

Biosphere Lessons Can Be Applied To Space, Former Crew Co-Captain Says

...on the agricultural systems ofBiosphere 2, she has published a cookbook, Eating In: From the Field to theKitchen in Biosphere 2. The four-day meeting -- the Congress on Cerebral Ischemia, VascularDementia,Epilepsy and CNS Injury: New Aspects of Prevention and Treatment from Spaceand Underwater Explorat...

Protein Implicated In Multiple Sclerosis

...portof such a substance." The researchers published their findings in the April issue of theJournal of Neuroimmunology, which will appear mid-May. Trotter is lead author. Except for trauma, multiple sclerosis is the most common cause ofneurological disability among young adults, affecting 250,...

Very Fruitful Collaboration Between French And German Scientists Yields Unusual Insights Into The Structure Of Membrane Proteins

... it, were localized. The discoveries were recently published in Molecular Cell (1998, vol. 1, 411-419) and in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Science of the USA (1998, vol. 49, 4970-4975). Membrane proteins play key roles in the functioning of the living cell....

15 Drugs, Dyes And Other Chemicals Newly Listed As Known Or Likely Human Carcinogens

...d from the market several yearsago when tests were published indicating it caused cancer in laboratoryanimals. It is also an intermediate in the manufacture of dyes. 1,6-DINITROPYRENE. No commercial uses but is detected in ambientatmospheric samples and as a constituent of diesel exhaust. 1,8-DINITROPYRENE. A...

Mice Lacking The Pax8 Gene Suffer From Hypothyroidism And Fail To FormThyroxin-Producing Cells Of The Thyroid Gland

... ago, the same department led by Prof. Peter Gruss published two reports in Nature indicating the role of members of the same family of genes, Pax4 and Pax6, in the generation of specific cells in the pancreas (Sosa-Pineda, B., Chowdhury, K., Torres, M., Oliver, G. and Gr...

Researchers Unable To Document Existence Of Transient HIV Infection In Infants

Research published this week in the journal Science failed to verifyeven one case of transient infection among 42 cases where infants showedevidence of HIV-1 infection contracted from their mothers, but somehow becamefree of the virus that causes AIDS. The researchers ...

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(Date:4/14/2014)... orphaned by HIV/AIDS in South Africa may provide insight ... behavior issues in other areas of the world, which ... that could lead to successful interventions. , A ... United Nations mentions that due to the HIV/AIDS pandemic, ... African, children are at an increased risk for mental ...
(Date:4/14/2014)... A new study shows that moderate to severe ... risk of stroke, cancer and death. , Results of ... to severe obstructive sleep apnea were four times more ... times more likely to have a stroke (HR = ... (HR = 3.4), and 2.5 times more likely to ...
(Date:4/14/2014)... Dallas study involving serious youth offenders, the answer to one ... seven years: "How long do you think you,ll live?", According ... offending over time., Author Dr. Alex Piquero said the study ... of them offend at very high rates and commit more ... much later in life offend much less., "In a lot ...
(Date:4/14/2014)... with symptoms increasing dramatically during some of the most important ... has found. , Depressive symptoms increased on average by 68 ... young men, who were around 25 years old when they ... their children. The results of the study were published April ... is the first to identify when young fathers are at ...
(Date:4/14/2014)... Lower weight babies and babies who aren,t breastfed ... risk of developing chronic inflammation and related health ... study. , "There were good reasons to hypothesize ... inflammation in adulthood," says Thomas McDade (Northwestern University), ... in the Child & Brain Development program. "It ...
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