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Researchers zero in on new drug combination strategy

...ous side effects. But without the new screen, this seemingly incongruent couple may never have been introduced. In addition to producing new therapies, chemical combinations also may be used to study disease and reveal insight into the cellular pathways at their root. "Our screening approach is complementary ...

Warming temperatures put tufted puffin at risk

...e can do as a society is be aware of how important seemingly small differences in the environment may be to other organisms," she said. "I think most of us have some awareness of how our daily activities can contribute to greenhouse gases, and hence climate change. So we might think about tufted puffins on rem...

Public Library of Science acts to increase public access to scientific research

...scientific discoveries," as the man tends to a few seemingly mundane tasks: tying his shoe, buttoning his coat, checking the sky. Only at the end of the short film, does the connection between the man and science become clear. As the voiceover continues, "Shortly thereafter things began to change," rather than...

Pox to pimples; study says acne-like outbreak not vaccinia

...bot's study "illustrates the value of reevaluating seemingly established phenomena when new (diagnostic and technological) tools become available." "If these cases had occurred 40 years ago, when cultures were not routinely performed on lesions occurring after vaccination, these individuals might have been di...

Fear of 'foreigners' may slow scientific progress

...growing backlog of cases underreview. Faced with a seemingly impenetrablefirewall of post-9/11 security procedures, theSudanese medical student eventually lost a year'sworth of classes at Harvard. The student-visa crisis emerged fromunderstandable concerns, since a number of 9/11terrorists held non-immigrant ...

Cleaning up contaminated soil, groundwater

...nd where to use soil-washing systems. Despite this seemingly adverse effect caused by surfactant use in the vadose zone, the authors are not discouraged. "This type of information advances our knowledge of unsaturated flow processes and will allow us to design more effective clean-up systems. For example, gro...

Solid management, natural resilience both key to sockeye success

... affected by climate, that can make winners out of seemingly insignificant components of the population, or stock, while dwarfing the once mighty. Salmon managers in the Pacific Northwest and elsewhere, as well as those overseeing other fish and shellfish populations, need to consider this biocomplexity wi...

Study discovers key to baby-like skin

...ture enables infants to develop ideal skin in such seemingly unsuitable surroundings? A new study by researchers at the Skin Sciences Institute of Cincinnati Childrens Hospital Medical Center shows that the answer may be vernix -- the white, cheesy substance that coats infants for weeks before they are born,...

Study on worlds oldest monkeys may explain age-related mental decline, Scientists say

...keys lose their pickiness, researchers have found, seemingly because they dont get enough GABA. These results appear in the journal Science , published by the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS). If a lack of GABA is indeed responsible for the old neurons indiscriminate firing, this pro...

The magic behind merlin

...f2-deficient cells piling up on top of each other, seemingly immune to the contact-mediated growth arrest signal. However, the exogenous expression of merlin protein in Nf2-deficient cells is sufficient to restore both adherens junction formation and contact-mediated growth inhibition. This newly identified f...

Laser micro-scalpel yields biological insights into tissue dynamics

...rds from the outside world. Understanding this seemingly arcane process is important because dorsal closure uses molecular and cellular mechanisms very similar to those involved in wound-healing as well as those that can go awry in humans to produce the spinal malformation spina bifida. The researchers...

Rockefeller, Weill Cornell researchers find link between estrogen, brain structure changes

...solves several neurobiological mysteries that were seemingly unrelated, says co-author Keith T. Akama, Ph.D., a postdoctoral researcher in McEwen's laboratory. It answers the question of why estrogen receptors, through which the hormone stimulates the cell, are located on the outer reaches of the neurons-- an ...

Aspirin prevents polyps in colon cancer patients

...to completely reconcile these seemingly contradictor results. I would simply conclude that the two studies provide strong evidence that aspirin is protective and less guidance about the best dose," Sandler says. "The good new...

Environmental influences play significant role on experiments

...r her apparent intelligence. What may appear to be seemingly small factors that don't seem to matter in behaviour obviously do, said Wahlsten. His research appears in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences....

The nucleus: Not just a bag of chromosomes

...nough to talk about the bigger picture and how our seemingly separate areas overlap," she adds. "But it's really important to develop an integrated view of the nucleus." That's one goal of the AAAS session, she notes. The scientists will present recent advances in six areas, including the disassembly of th...

Bugs from the deep may be window into the origins of life -- on earth and beyond

...e to be from another planet in order to survive in seemingly inhospitable conditions, other speakers in the AAAS panel have discovered. Getting in Deep Tullis Onstott of Princeton University and his colleagues have found bacterial populations within the walls of South African diamond mines, at depths betwee...

U-Iowa scientists gain insight on how enzyme uses oxygen to produce useful chemicals

... of the Rieske dioxygenase family of enzymes. That seemingly straightforward question required seven years of collaborative work between the UI and the researchers in Sweden, beginning in 1996, and included assistance from the UI Center for Biocatalysis and Bioprocessing. Ramaswamy and Gibson began research re...

Exercise and imaging tests predict heart events in high-risk families

... identified hidden heart disease among one in five seemingly healthy adults ages 30 to 59 who had a brother or sister with heart disease, according to results published in the Feb. 11 issue of Circulation, an American Heart Association journal. "Although we already know the risk of siblings developing coron...

Mutation causes specific arrhythmia and sudden cardiac death

...ted cardiac arrhythmia that usually strikes young, seemingly healthy people. The results of the study were published in the Feb. 6, 2003 issue of the journal Nature. Basing their research on a French family with a form (Type 4) of inherited Long QT Syndrome (LQTS) and experiments in mice, the researchers found...

Fox Chase Cancer Center researchers make significant discovery about function of p53

...luences tumor suppression, we also found that this seemingly obscure activity is at the center of how this protein kills cells. By bringing the mitochondrial pathway of cell death to the forefront of research, the investigators suggest that drugs could be designed to put p53 directly into the mitochondria or ...

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