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ESA to select new Earth Explorer missions

...candidate missions and is currently evaluating the resulting six satellite concepts. Before the Earth Science Advisory Committee provides recommendations to the Agency, the six missions will be reviewed at the Earth Explorer User Consultation Meeting. Meeting registration details and the Agenda can be found...

'Bat saliva' drug and new MRI techniques offer hope for acute stroke treatment

...ve but safe dosage of desmoteplase was identified, resulting in an extended time window (after the onset of stroke symptoms) of nine hours versus three. "The impact of these results cannot be overstated," says Rowley. "Buying more time to treat stroke symptoms-and the ability to safely restore blood flow to th...

Substances found in blood may predict development of preeclampsia

...as well as PlGF contributes to the health problems resulting from preeclampsia. Preeclampsia can occur suddenly, without warning. Usually, a pregnant woman with preeclampsia develops dangerously high blood pressure and begins excreting protein in the urine. In some cases, the condition may progress to ecla...

Study demonstrates altered angiogenic proteins in preeclampsia patients

... 'brakes' are being applied too hard and too soon, resulting in an exaggeration of the normal process governing placental growth and function, and leading to poor outcomes for mother and infant." Notes Benjamin P. Sachs, MBBS, DPH, Chairman of the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at BIDMC and an inves...

Social life-history response to individual immune challenge of workers of Bombus terrestris

... to compensate for the cost on future reproduction resulting from the infection. In the case of social insects, where brood care and reproductive effort are shared between the queen and her workers, adjustments of the reproductive effort would depend on collective decision-making. In the February issue of Ec...

2004 AAAS annual meeting spotlights world health, oceans and family science

... take part in a session on future medical advances resulting from genomic sequencing. DISAPPEARING LANGUAGES Will people all over the world speak a single language by 2050? If so, what language will dominate once a universal tongue emerges? "Language death" ishappening at a rapidly accelerating pace, and som...

JCI table of contents, February 2, 2004

...nucleus, as well as alterations in gene expression resulting in cardiomopathy. In the second study, Richard Lee and colleagues from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology found that fibroblasts from lamin A/Cdeficient mice had misshaped nuclei, structural damage, and decreased stiffness that was increased i...

Two-drug approach might shorten painful labor, reduce Caesarean sections

...cent of all births, mostly because of fetal stress resulting from a failure of the cervix to soften and expand. Labor currently is most often induced with oxytocin, prostaglandins or both. However, the result often is a swift onset of contractions, and the cervix does not always ripen for delivery, leading to ...

UN report: Accelerate global agreement to oversee exploitation of South Pole 'extremophiles'

...f so, with whom? Who owns the commercial products resulting from these resources? What is the relationship be...these resources? Who owns the commercial products resulting from the resources? Is benefit sharing feasible and if so with whom? The relationship between the ...

Dazzling new light source opens at Stanford Synchrotron Radiation Laboratory

...c light in x-ray through infrared wavelengths. The resulting light beam has characteristics that make it ideal for revealing the intricate architecture and utility of many kinds of matter. "This facility will be crucial to advancing the field of structural biology, which is growing in importance to the NIH mi...

'Kissing' RNA and HIV-1: Unraveling the details

...NA that acquire the proton and to characterize the resulting conformational changes....

New antioxidants are 100 times more effective than vitamin E

...elf. With both substitutions he predicted that the resulting molecules, called pyridinols, should be more stabl...n Pratt had to address the question of whether the resulting molecules would be effective antioxidants. He did so by analyzing the properties of existing antioxi...

UF study: World shark attacks sink again, may signal long-term trend

...over the past several years may be another factor, resulting in fewer people being able to afford to travel to the ocean than in 2000, when there were so many more attacks, Burgess said. "The number of shark attacks in any given year is directly related to the amount of time humans spend in the sea as well...

Transgenic animals produced using cultured sperm

...y dish a process known as in vitro fertilization resulting in the production of transgenic embryos and, ultimately, transgenic zebrafish. "The secret to our success was the idea of placing a layer of special 'feeder cells' under the spermatagonia in the laboratory dish. These feeder cells, derived from zeb...

New research technique provides clues into cell growth

...ds, the two ends would be brought closer together, resulting in an increase in the brightness of the yellow protein and a decrease in the brightness of the cyan protein. This phenomenon is called fluorescence resonance energy transfer. While this phenomenon has been used previously to examine the activity of...

JCI Table of Contents, January 15 2004

...isease, is a rare, genetic, lipid storage disorder resulting in the progressive deterioration of the central nervous system. It is caused by a deficiency of the enzyme hexosaminidase, which results in the accumulation of certain fats (gangliosides) in the brain and other organs of the body. Mice deficient in t...

Tips from the Journals of the American Society for Microbiology

...lone, California has experienced sixteen illnesses resulting in ten deaths, despite educational efforts directed at high-risk populations to warn them of the potential hazards of eating raw oysters." The new test uses polymerase chain reaction (PCR) to test for the presence of V. vulnificus in as little as eig...

New study finds evolutionary diversification in Hawaiian spiders

... on, as a result of both evolution and adaptation, resulting in more species than the land mass can actually maintain over the long term. On older islands, species jostle and compete for space and other resources until an equilibrium is reached, so that there is only a single ecological type on any of the olde...

Gene may be key to evolution of larger human brain

... the ASPM gene that altered the structure of the resulting protein, as well as those that did not affect protein structure. Only those genetic changes that alter protein structure are likely to be subject to evolutionary pressure, Lahn said. Changes in the gene that do not alter the protein indicate the over...

Ancient DNA mutations permitted humans to adapt to colder climates, UCI researchers find

...genetic history is linked to our current diseases, resulting in the new field of evolutionary medicine." One li...lls, when sufficient cells die organs malfunction, resulting in the symptoms of age-related degenerative diseases and aging. As a result, the chronic level of m...

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