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First Evidence That Localized Arthritis Gene Therapy Heals Distant Diseased Joints

...IL-1 receptor gene or the IL-1 receptor gene given together with theTNF" receptor gene lessened inflammation a...ound that the altered IL-1 receptor gene, alone or together with altered TNF" receptor gene diminished arthritic effects in untreated, distant knee joints. ...

Florida Or Bust? Older Lab Rats Seek Heat To Fight Infection, UD Researchers Report

...ROUND: The Experimental Biology '98 meeting brings together morethan 10,000 scientists from six of the world's leading scientific societies.This large, interdisciplinary meeting gives scientists an opportunity to shareresearch findings with colleagues from their own disciplines--and also withscientists attack...

How Do Bacterial Cells Respond To pH?

...response toextremes of pH. This meeting will bring together contributions from an international andinterdiscip...f bacterial cellularresponses to pH. It will draw together much new and innovative work in thisarea, serving to delineate both similarities and differences bet...

Poetically Timed With Spring, Budding Yeast Yield Possible Insight Into Male Fertility--And Infertility

...gulating DAZ," saysReijo. "I think now we can put together the spermatogenesis pathways using thesame approach as has been used in yeast."...

Invasive Weeds Pose Major Threat To American Landscape

...ed by invasive plants, these agenciesbegan working together to develop biologically sound techniques for managinginvasive plants on federal and private lands. After noting the lack of adequatesurveys and reliable monitoring data for many of these invaders, the interagencycommittee worked with more than 100 ou...

A Cup Of Tea May Protect Against Skin Cancer

...nal researchers, nutritionists and health experts together in Australia for the first time to discuss the emerging evidence surrounding the potential health benefits of tea. Other research to be presented at the Symposium includes tea and the possible role it may play in protecting against cardiovascular...

Wistar Research Yields Information About Colorectal Cancer Cell Invasion

...33 antigen is the glue that makes tumor cellsstick together and form clumps, which may be how invasion is inhibited. Infact, that may be its most important function," she explains. An antigen is defined as any agent that elicits an immune system response. Under normal conditions, antigens stimulate the produ...

Study Shows Zebra Mussels Can Colonize Sand And Mud

...e,” Berkman said. “By bindingsand grains together with their byssal threads, the mussels create a conglomerate,subsequently settled by juveniles, which creates a bed of zebra musselson the lake bottom.” Researchers used side scan sonar (SSS), a device that sends out frequenciesthat can differe...

Breakthrough: Scientists Create 3-D Map Of Cell Membrane Ion Pump At Near Atomic Resolution

...rane - the "bag" that holds human and animal cells together and separates them from neighboring cells. Therese... the soapysubstance and the protein to crystallize together - an approach that he saidcould be useful for crystallizing other membrane proteins as well. ...

New Insights Into The Enigma Of Lengthening Longevity

...ch. These three concepts can be tied together by a general question: how important are an individuals "survival attributes" (persistent characteristics, innate or acquired, that affect survival chances) as opposed to current conditions in determining the chance of death...

HIV Discriminates Amongst Cells

...ugh additional connecting proteins, actin can pull together the tails ofproteins projecting through the cell membrane so that they cluster together onthe outer surface of the cell. Two of these surface proteins, CD4 and fusin,also serve as recepto...

Biggest Acoustics Meeting Ever

...of the world's experts on this subject will gather together at the ICA/ASA meeting, and newbreakthroughs toward understanding SL are expected to be revealed. Having devised a powerful"single-photon-counting" technique for measuring the duration of sonoluminescence pulses, Bruno Gompfof the University of Stutt...

Antimicrobial Resistance: Issues And Options

...ute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases. It brings together representatives from academia, industry, government, and professional and interest groups to examine and discuss scientific and policy issues related to emerging infections. The Institute of Medicine is a private, non-profit organization that provid...

Biochemists Gain Crystal-Clear Insight into 'Ancient' Enzyme

...y different molecules - a protein and an RNA- work together to form an enzyme that performs one of the fundamental tasksof constructing the protein-making machinery of the cell. Their findings suggest that the partnership between the two moleculesmight represent an ancient remnant of an early era in life's e...

DFG To Fund Six New Research Units

...gists from Hamburg,Erlangen and Darmstadt will get together in the supraregional research unit on Submillimetre wave circuit engineering to gain access to this frequency range. By generatinghigh transmission power using semi-conductor elements they aim at creating the basis for abroader technical utilisation ...

Scientists Unearth Remains Of A Predatory Dinosaur In Madagascar

...as so well-preserved, we can actually fit thebones together like a puzzle." Witmer is studying fiberglass casts of the fossils, working with thestudy's lead author Scott Sampson, an assistant professor of anatomy at the NewYork College of Osteopathic Medicine of New York Institute of Technology. ...

Clusters, Computers And The Human Brain

...ategories involved. Adults, too, intuitively group together things that are alike, even when not explicitly taught to do this. The algorithm has already proved itself in solving a variety of clustering problems. In a recent study conducted in collaboration with Yoram Gdalyahu and Dr. Daphna Weinshall of the...

ASU Scientists Join NASA Astrobiology Institute

...rnet (NGI) and advanced telecommunications to link together theinvestigators and students at separate member i...anisms thatexist in extreme environments on Earth, together with the discovery of planets in other solarsystems and the evidence suggesting that water is presen...

Killing Fields: A Bacterial Pesticide May Threaten Human Life

...adequate to make that judgment." The EPA, together with the Canadian Pest Management Regulatory Authority, is also reviewing a similar application by another company, Agrium ofCalgary, Alberta. And Jonathan Barry, president of Good Bugs, told New Scientisthe was confident that he could gain permissio...

Dust Mite Behavior May Show New Ways To Control Pests

...special trickto survive dry spells -- they cluster together to conserve water. If researchers can figure out ...f mites, Glass noticedthat males tended to cluster together while females traveled solo. Alongwith Jay A. Yoder, assistant professor of biology at The Illinois ...

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(Date:7/29/2014)... July 29, 2014 Outsourced coding ... tripling in the number of hospitals contracting for ... 2015 deadline, according to the recently published Black ... leaders, found in the reports “Top Ranked Clinical ... now outsource Clinical documentation audit, review and programming. ...
(Date:7/29/2014)... invested $3.4 million this year to support innovative ... chronic diseases that affect more than 233,000 Canadians. ... research projects across Canada. This diverse research will ... improve our understanding (and potential treatment) of symptoms ... quality of life. , Crohn,s and Colitis ...
(Date:7/29/2014)... CHI-California Healthcare Institute today unveiled a ... C (hep C) epidemic in the U.S., the rise ... reduce human suffering. The report examines key data to ... C, while highlighting the significance of breakthroughs that have ... is a nonprofit, public policy research organization, representing leading ...
(Date:7/29/2014)... Thompson HealthDay Reporter MONDAY, ... virus that continues to rage throughout West Africa poses little ... only spreads through physical touch, and it can,t be spread ... deputy director of the National Center for Emerging & Zoonotic ... Prevention, explained in a Monday afternoon news conference. Those ...
(Date:7/29/2014)... Ill. By studying the injuries and aptitudes of ... the war, scientists are tackling -- and beginning to ... , The researchers found that brain regions that contribute ... intelligence and to emotional intelligence. This finding bolsters the ... social context of one,s life. , The ...
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