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New Study Shows Steps Leading To Colon Cancer

...rmal ones and then often into tumors. "Our work, together with that of our colleagues, reveals for the first time the precise role of a key regulatory protein found in both insects and ourselves," said Dr. Mark Peifer, assistant professor of biology at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. "We ha...

Herpes-Based Gene Therapy Is Key To Promising Liver Tumor Vaccine

...d that does this, such as the vaccine cocktail put together by Drs. Federoff and Fong, is known as an autologous tumor vaccine. "We're trying to exploit the immune system's ability to specifically recognize and kill tumor cells," says Dr. Federoff. The physicians used a herpes simplex virus -- the same one th...

Project Shows Native Bacteria Can Destroy Widespread Pollutant In Groundwater

...f Western Florida and the University of Minnesota, together with 30 graduate students. In a 1985 pilot project conducted at Moffett Field in Mountain View, Calif., headed by professor of civil engineering Paul Roberts, Stanford researchers determined that feeding native bacteria with the right mixture of oxyg...

Everyday Technology Underlies First DNA Computer Logic Gates

...ts of the genetic blueprint as input, then splice together the fragments to form a single output. For instan...quence that's as long as the input strands linked together indicates that an And operation has occurred. A similar system of two short DNA strands work tog...

Enzymes Targeted As Key To Understanding Drug Interactions

...rithromycin, a common antibiotic, which when taken together could produce sometimes fatal heart problems. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has recommended that Seldane be withdrawn from the market. Prevention of drug interactions, say researchers at the University of Washington School of Pharmacy,...

Bacterium gobbles up chlorinated pollutants

... now that they know what to look for. "As we piece together the family tree for these organisms, we can develop gene probes and ask: 'Who's here? Which dechlorinators are working here?' And that will tell us whether some enhancement would be helpful or whether the problem will take care of itself," Gossett ...

Cricket And Chemistry Combine To Provide New Understanding Of How Fats Work

...ats is in the shape of three long chains connected together at the top of those chains by a short chain akin to the bales on a set of cricket stumps. Chemical companies have long been aware that the application of certain enzymes to fats can change, remove or replace one or more of the three long cricket stum...

Better Peroxidase Improves Disease Diagnosis

... in Lubbock, Texas. Morrow and Vierling had worked together when Vierling was a graduate student. Vierling asked Morrow to substitute soybean peroxidase for horseradish peroxidase in clinical diagnostic tests. "I was lukewarm about the idea at first," says Morrow, "but when I tried it, I was converted. I thin...

Second Look Acquits Gene Of Role In Breast Cancer

...too much out of the RNA, or pastedthe remainingRNA together wrong. Normal and fetal cells made the same mistakes, but muchless often. "The earlier report of TSG101 deletions was actually detecting this alteredsplicing," saysFeinberg. "Is this important, this unusual splicing of RNA?" Feinberg asks...

Scientists Discover How Genes Work Together To Control Neural Development

Scientists have discovered how three genes work together to regulatethe development of nerve cells--fundame... do our corresponding studiesin cell culture, that together Phyllopod and Sina proteins are essentialfor targeting the Tramtrack protein for destruction." "We...

American Academy Of Ophthalmology Sun Microsystems To Present Technology Seminar

...th care. INFOACCESS '97 is designed to bring together physicians, academicians, information technology specialists, scientists and researchers. Topics include the Internet, telemedicine, digital imaging, use of Internet technology in managed care and medical school settings, global standards initiative...

Common Childhood Virus Poses Threat To Adults, Research Shows

...ing back to the 1960s. Murry and Dowellthen pieced together a set of symptoms that doctors can look for when examininga patient for RSV. Murry said the typical patient had experienced severe cold symptoms fora week or two, then, despite taking antibiotics, developed a worse fever,shortness of breath, or whee...

MGH-Led Team Finds Gene For Crippling Neurologic Disorder

...ne since the early 1980s, when many of them worked together at Yale University. In 1989, they discovered the first marker for the gene, which localized it to a segment of chromosome 9. While the MGH researchers worked out the genetic and molecular aspects of this discovery, their work relies on crucial cont...

UT-Houston Awarded $2.5 Million For Scleroderma Research

...that we haveestablished in scleroderma. It brings together three talented research groups. To have such a wealth of expertise focused on revealing the genetic andenvironmental basis of the disease is a truly exciting prospect." Commenting on the news that UT-Houston has been selected as the firstSCOR...

Largest Tyrannosaur Fossil Unearthed In Montana

..., their bones washed into thechannel and collected together there. Sediments covered and preserved the bonesuntil they were discovered in July by the Notre Dame/Earthwatch team. Rigby credits four Earthwatch volunteers for playing a critical role inthe discovery. Carol Schuler of Brooklyn, N.Y., and...

Gene For Last Major Form Of Batten Disease Discovered

... LINCL,one of the many lysosomal enzymes that work together to degrade proteins ismissing and the normal break...to known genes and proteins, the scientists pieced together anearly complete sequence for the gene and mapped it to chromosome 11. This is the first time resear...

Nutrients, Ground Water, And The Chesapeake Bay - A Link With Pfiesteria?

...s involved in Chesapeake Bay studies are working together to understand the delivery of nutrients from the land into the Bay and the relationship of nutrients to Pfiesteria-like organisms and ultimately fish health. Scientists suspect a link between high nutrient levels in water and the occurrence of algal ...

Notre Dame Paleontologist Finds Damage Done To T. rex Skull

... their bones washed into the channel and collected together there. Sediments covered and preserved the bones until they were discovered in July Judging from the position of both surface bones and the bones so far unearth, Rigby believes the bone bed might cover 15 acres, making it one of the largest dinosaur...

Bowman Gray Scientists Find Novel Way To Block AIDS Virus

... or stem cells, for resistance to HIV-1 infection, together with drugtherapy, may hold the ultimate hope for HIV treatment." His group is now in the stage of pre-clinical study to further evaluatethe efficacy and safety of this intrakine approach. But he said clinical trialsin people are a year or mo...

New Way To Drive Chemical Reactions: Collision Of Liquids At High Speed

...reactions. "By colliding two streams of liquids together at a combined speedof 450 mph, we can break some of the strongest chemical bonds," saidKenneth Suslick, a U. of I. professor of chemical sciences. "Withwater, for example, the oxygen-hydrogen bond ruptures. The fragments canrecombine to form hydrog...

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