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Vanderbilt doctors find citrus soda interacts with cyclosporine, maybe statins

...las, and from there we were referred to a customer service division in St. Louis. We sent a formal letter to a customer service representative, who in turn delivered the letter to someone in their formulation division. "We didn'...

Grant from GE Foundation to University of Houston to strengthen math, tech 'pipeline'

... metropolitan area in professional development and service learning activities. Targeting underserved communi...ent tools, communicate project results and support service learning as a path for building math skills and their practical application. To measure success, t...

New proteomics core at OHSU will speed discovery process

...e" to the Oregon Opportunity initiative. "This new service will allow OHSU to remain competitive, and will undoubtedly increase OHSU's opportunities for collaboration with commercial entities."...

STN International launches Derwent World Patents Index First View

...n partner of premier science and technology online service STN International, has launched Derwent World Pate...nal can be accessed by dialling in to STN's online service using its powerful proprietary client software, STN Express with Discover! Alternatively, it can be ...

Oregon Stem Cell Center result of OHSU research strides

...ntifying and purifying specific stem cells. Such a service has not been commercially available. "We'll be able to give cells to the core and get antibodies back for researchers," Grompe said. "And the antibodies don't have to be against stem cells to be effective." The monoclonal antibody production core wil...

Mathematical rule said to be widely and wrongly used to forecast future beach erosion

...mation with the aid of an Internet computer search service to come up with the estimate that the Bruun rule is in use in 26 countries, Pilkey said. Their commentary noted that much of the developed world has experienced "a four-decade rush to the shore, with concomitant beachfront development and exponential...

Pittsburgh NMR Center for Biomedical Research at Carnegie Mellon

...ve collaborative research projects and a number of service projects to allow advances made in the technological and research development projects to be applied to solve important, independently funded biomedical problems. The Pittsburgh NMR Center is dedicated to advancing state-of-the-art applications of ...

Envisat concludes a busy second year in orbit

...ducts represent valuable tools for researchers and service providers requiring knowledge about the current st...ccessible to everyone." Another near real website service called Belgian Assimilation System of Chemical Observations from Envisat (BASCOE) assimilates MIPAS ...

University of Delaware lays keel for new research vessel

...t research vessel Cape Henlopen, which has been in service to the oceanographic community since 1976. Dakota Creek Industries in Anacortes, Washington, will build the new ship. The company was awarded the contract in December 2003. It has been in business since 1975 and specializes in the construction and r...

Experimental Biology 2004 - Translating the Genome

...ntage of the career resources center and placement service and many of the society specific mixers for students. A special genomics symposium and poster session on Health Disparities in Diabetes: Genetics and Therapeutic Applications" has been organized by the FASEB MARC Program Advisory Board and sponsor...

Congo plans to safeguard biodiversity with new protected areas

...nally, the Congo government will create a national service for protected area and wildlife management. WCS has been assisting the Republic of Congo in its conservation efforts since 1990, helping to establish protected areas such as the Nouabal-Ndoki National Park, and the Goualogo Triangle conservation ...

Traditional Inuit ice treks guided from space

...erritory. Users can access maps from the Floe Edge service directly via a dedicated website, or else consult ...ntil the middle of July." The satellite-based service supplements traditional methods of safely navigating the icescape, which seem to have become less re...

Brookhaven Lab expects $30 million to support life sciences

...ently. They have already pioneered a sophisticated service managed by Howard Robinson, a biophysicist, which allows crystal samples to be sent to NSLS researchers through the mail. In another project, managed by biophysicist Dieter Schneider, they are building a robot that will automatically change the speci...

Scientists making advances in cancer prevention, detection and treatment to receive awards

... Paul Talalay, M.D., John Jacob Abel distinguished service professor in the department of pharmacology and molecular sciences, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, was chosen to deliver the 9th AACR-DeWitt S. Goodman Memorial Lecture. The lectureship is supported by anonymous contributions from two AACR membe...

Free, public events at the 2004 AAAS Annual Meeting

...ekalert.org , the premier science-news Web site, a service of AAAS....

Inherent mistrust of research institutions limits minority representation

... enlisting the aid of community leaders and social service agencies to increase awareness can help create suitable contact points for target populations. The minority community needs to feel that without any racial discrimination from the system, the scientific knowledge gained through research will benefit ...

The President's FY 2005 budget for USGS highlights

... to strengthen information technology security and service to scientists and provide a natural science E-Gov network for partners and customers. The USGS serves the nation by providing reliable scientific information to describe and understand the Earth; minimize loss of life and property from natural disast...

New Georgia Tech Biosciences Center assists life-science startup companies

...FDA approval before they can take their product or service to market. "Most products must undergo extensive pre-marketing testing," Herron adds. "The ultimate commercial product depends on the outcome of clinical trials, and it's not uncommon to spend large sums in pre-clinical and clinical development only...

Successful progress launch paves the way for further scientific utilisation of the ISS by Europe

...bly, serving as targets on the docking side of the service module. Two sets of different patterns of retroreflectors will enable the ATV from a distance of 300m onwards - to know its distance from and angular orientation to the ISS precisely. The two antennas are needed for voice and data communications be...

CIESIN receives grant to establish government biological information site

...ent of the UNEP Global Ozone Award for outstanding service for the protection of the ozone layer. Before joining CIESIN, Dr. Worrest served as Program Manager for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Global Change Research Program and for the U.S. EPA Stratospheric Ozone Research Program. He has se...

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(Date:4/22/2014)... scientists have found a way to block abnormal cholesterol ... atherosclerosis, the main cause of heart attacks and strokes ... condition develops when fat builds inside blood vessels over ... reducing their ability to feed oxygen-rich blood to the ... of experiments, described April 7 in the journal ...
(Date:4/22/2014)... (SALT LAKE CITY)A computational tool developed at the University ... with unknown gene mutations in three separate cases, U ... new study in The American Journal of Human ... Re-ranking tool), identifies undiagnosed illnesses and unknown gene mutations ... proteins that code for genes are made, in individual ...
(Date:4/22/2014)... is available in German . ... of the University of Vienna and the Medical University of ... shown how double stranded RNA, such as viral genetic information, ... the immune response against viral infection, the protein ADAR1 moves ... modifies viral RNA to inhibit reproduction of the virus. But ...
(Date:4/22/2014)... influenced by low exposure to testosterone in the womb, ... men,s testosterone levels may be determined before they are ... the hormone than others is important because testosterone is ... hormone have been linked to obesity, diabetes and heart ... for producing testosterone in adults known as Leydig ...
(Date:4/22/2014)... waited in line and most of us have gotten ... like. , For Will Mather, assistant professor of ... Integrated Science Curriculum, studying lines, or queues, has been ... bottlenecks that limit the recycling of proteins. , The ... professor, has received attention from the National Science Foundation ...
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