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New hypoxic event found off Oregon coast

...e longer term Pacific Decadal Oscillation can't be ruled out at this point," said Barth. The possibility that other climatic forces such as global warming could be causing the change in ocean circulation which sets the initial conditions for the dead zone - is possible but not certain, the researchers sai...

DFG presents the 2004 MAK and BAT value lists

... if the MAK values are complied with but cannot be ruled out with sufficient certainty. Xylene also remains in this group despite a new study. Due to a lack of data, propane, octane, acetate isopropenylester, hydrogen bromide and isophorone di-isocyanate could not be assigned to one of the groups and were ...

The beak of the squid

...rent protein provides Slicer activity could not be ruled out. Fortunately, Leemor Joshua-Tor's group, also at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, was simultaneously conducting x-ray crystallographic studies of an Argonaute protein (PfAgo) from the hyperthermophilic archaebacterium, Pyrococcus furiosus. When Jos...

New study in moths shows insects not entirely ruled by instinct

...ave found that the behavior of these insects isn't ruled entirely by instinct. Rather, they can learn which odors mean food. The findings are more than academic: The researchers hope to develop methods for using trained moths to detect odors of interest for defense industry and law enforcement such as odo...

JCI table of contents, 1 July 2004

...ndocrine, orInfectious means. When such causes are ruled out, the other source is thought to be caused by a maternal immune response. Most of the research in this arena has focused on identifying reactions at the maternal-fetal interface in the placenta. Adrian Erlebacher and colleagues, from Harvard Schoo...

A pregnant pause for unexpected interactions

...e, orInfectious means. When such causes are ruled out, the other source is thought to be caused by a maternal immune response. Most of the research in this arena has focused on identifying reactions at the maternal-fetal interface in the placenta. Adrian Erlebacher and colleagues, from Harvard Sch...

Releasing pet fish into the wrong ocean proves a diaster

...ave been sighted off the US coast. The researchers ruled out the ballast water picked up and discarded by ships to maintain stability as a cause for the introduction of exotic fish. "Their home ranges do not overlap with shipping routes," Semmens says. Most of the exotic fish have yet to establish a viabl...

Late invasion of infected cells into the brain causes HIV dementia say Temple researchers

... looked at proliferation markers such as Ki67, but ruled out proliferation as being responsible for the increased number of infected cells. "This study debunks the 'Trojan Horse' model, it debunks the theory of a long latency in the brain by the infected cells," concludes Rappaport. "It suggests ...

Archaeologists announce discoveries at the ancient Maya site of Waka' in northern Guatemala

...ds of people. Over a period of 700 years, 22 kings ruled at Waka'. "We know a great deal about the ancient inhabitants of this site from their monuments." Freidel says, "The more than 40 carved monuments, or stelae, at the site chronicle the activities of the site's rulers, including their rise to power,...

New research outlines public health consequences

...ased on the results of subsequent studies, we have ruled out the potential role of post traumatic stress disorder in these adverse pregnancy outcomes." Researchers are also concerned about long-term health consequences of asbestos exposure in the wake of the disaster. Asbestos, principally chrysotile, w...

Researchers say US military accidentally introduced tree pathogen to Italian estate

...very few visitors, both foreign and domestic. They ruled out the introduction of an infected plant since exotic species had not been planted in the forest, except for a small group of eucalyptus trees that are far from the areas of infection. "The only other possible mode of transport is through untreated...

Policy review in Science calls for Bush Administration to protect wild salmon

...ourt judgment, stayed until recently by an appeal, ruled that NMFS' policy of including hatchery fish with wild fish as evolutionary population units, but excluding them for purposes of ESA listing, was legally unworkable. Since hatchery fish are currently included in many salmon and steelhead populations ...

Researcher identifies Irish potato famine pathogen

...nce that had not previously been studied Ristaino ruled out the longtime prime suspect behind the famine: the Ib haplotype, or strain, of the late-blight pathogen Phytophthora infestans, which was presumed to have originated in Mexico. Now, in a new study, Ristaino and postdoctoral student Kim May point t...

Beagle 2 team still hopes to repeat Mars landing success

... a problem with a tilted antenna seem to have been ruled out. Today's successful transmission of signals from the Spirit rover via Mars Odyssey also indicates that the radio on board NASA's orbiter is working properly. Meanwhile, an attempt to send blind commands to Beagle 2 via Mars Odyssey on 31 December...

DFG presents the new MAK and BAT Value List 2003

...yo currently appears rather unlikely but cannot be ruled out with sufficient certainty. Due to a lack of data, oxalonitrile (cyanogen) could not be assigned to one of groups A to D and was included in list IIc. There were twelve examinations or new listings for carcinogens. Beryllium was reclassified to ca...

New biography details adventures of 'Fritz Muller, A Naturalist in Brazil'

...n with religion and was a liberal when Germany was ruled by ultra-conservatives, discovered Mllerian mimicry. Charles Darwin called Mller the "prince of observers" and considered Mller's ideas most valuable. West read a German biography of Mller "hoping to find a description of the landscape when European...

Researchers in Japan and UCSD discover novel role for pseudogenes

...ed." With further laboratory tests, the scientists ruled out two of the genes, and determined that the third gene a pseudogene called makorin1-p1 was responsible for abnormalities in the mice. "Since a pseudogene does not have the ability to make a protein, we wanted to know how this pseudogene could ca...

West Nile Virus can cause polio-like symptoms

...the disabling effects of polio. The autopsies also ruled out other causes of the symptoms, such as a lack of blood flow or oxygen to the brain. However, the tests to see whether the West Nile virus was present at the time of death were negative. "Enough time had elapsed between when these people became sic...

Scientists report important data in stem cell debate

...ientists performed an additional DNA analysis that ruled out the possibility of the cells originating from their male offspring. The cells also tested positive for cytokeratin. Interestingly, of the 9,700 cells that were examined in the study, only two showed signs of possible fusion. In the previous r...

Squirrels' evolutionary 'family tree' reveals major influence of climate, geology

...rent collectors from different museums." They also ruled out contamination from sources other than squirrels by comparing their DNA data with that available in established genetic data bases. "We worked hard to try and be sure that when we made a claim it was well-substantiated," Mercer said....

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