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Researcher issues caution on live virus vaccines

...ted persons and; the discovery of new, previously undetermined complications. ...

Rare ant may help solve some mysteries of social evolution

...ike the unwelcome in-laws who come to visit for an undetermined length of time. Numerous L. minutissimus queens move into a new colony and attach themselves to host queens. But researchers aren't sure how L. minutissimus moves from colony to colony, as it apparently lacks the worker ants that, in other species, a...

Testing method may be culprit behind abnormal pap test results

... atypical squamous cells of undetermined significance (ASCUS)/favor low-grade dysplasia. The presence of dysplasia abnormal cells indicates that a woman is infected with HPV, said Gera...

Sex, flounder and donuts

...e origins of petroleum and of life itself. What is undetermined is how they were formed. Wattrus, working with Joe Cartwright, a professor at the University of Cardiff in Wales who studies distinctive honeycomb-like Polygonal Fault Systems (PFS) around the world's ocean floors has been using high-resolution seis...

FDG PET reassures and reveals high risk multiple myeloma

...ncluded 14 cases of MGUS (monoclonal gammopathy of undetermined significance). This condition, in which there is excessive production of an antibody protein by abnormal plasma cells, evolves into multiple myeloma about 20% of the time. All had negative PET scans at their first evaluation. Only one of the patient...

Buffalo neuroimaging researchers studying multiple sclerosis from inside human brain

...ent of brain lesions. "This suggests that another undetermined mechanism may play a role in gray matter disease," Bermel said. "The study also demonstrated that new computer-assisted imaging capabilities can show gray-matter disease, which previous MRIs could not detect. It opens a new window into the brain." ...

Other highlights in the Jan. 16 issue of JNCI

... normal show equivocal (aytpical squamous cells of undetermined significance [ASCUS]) or mild (low-grade squamous intraepithelial lesions [LSIL]) abnormalities. Only about 5% of women with ASCUS and 10% of those with LSIL have a known precursor to cancer, called cervical intraepithelial neoplasia 3 (CIN3). There...

Study shows that aspirin and warfarin are equally effective for stroke prevention

...of cholesterol plaques); and cryptogenic stroke of undetermined cause. The study excluded patients with atrial fibrillation, those with a blood clot in the heart, and those eligible for carotid endarterectomy surgery. For these patients, appropriate treatment guidelines already exist from earlier NINDS-sponsor...

Flaxseed may fight breast cancer in postmenopausal women

...tudies are needed to determine whether these or an undetermined chemical contributes to the beneficial effects of flax and to determine the chemical mechanisms underlying this effect, she says. Flaxseed comes from the flax plant, which has been used for thousands of years for both food and fabric. As a food, its ...

Eating more fish and n3 fatty acids associated with reduced risk of stroke for women

...tic and 39 embolic infarctions), and 90 strokes of undetermined type. We observed a significant inverse association between fish intake and risk of stroke, primarily thrombotic stroke, after adjustment for cardiovascular risk factors and selected dietary variables, the authors write. Compared with women who a...

Gene found to contribute to deadly form of breast cancer

...ene, while key to the disease's progress, has some undetermined partners. "This is the first time that the RhoC gene has been implicated in breast cancer, and we suspect that its importance may go beyond the inflammatory form of the disease to include other aggressive breast tumors," says author Sofia Merajver...

Most highly endowed promotion prize for fourteen scientists and scholars

...ich permits precise acquisition of vague and other undetermined expressions, and has developed a process which enables phonetically incomplete statements to be acquired and processed. Prof. Dr. Ilme Schlichting (39), Biophysics, Max Planck Institute for Molecular Physiology, Dortmund (DM 3 million) Ilme Sc...

AAAS Cautiously Optimistic Of R & D Budget; Warns Of Slant Toward Health Research And Reliance On Tobacco Settlement

... uneven and heavilydependent upon revenues from an undetermined tobacco settlement, according to apreview of the annual budget analysis released today by the American Associationfor the Advancement of Science (AAAS). The AAAS analysis raises concerns about the source of the increases slated forthe National Insti...

American Museum Of Natural History Researchers Announce Discovery Of Oldest Known Fossil Ants - 92-Million-Year-Old Fossils Found In New Jersey Amber

...n found in Siberian amber), a thirdmale is from an undetermined genus, and the fourth male may be aSphecomyrma freyi and would therefore be the first known male of thisgroup. The two other workers represent a new genus that is much moreadvanced than Sphecomyrma, and is related to a group of ants, the subfamilyPo...

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