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Genome of ancient fish could reveal evolutionary mysteries, Stanford scientists say
...oonan and other researchers who contributed to the article
in Genome Research will be submitting the coelacanth for consideration soon. Other Stanford researchers at the Stanford Human Genome Center who contributed to this work include Jane Grimswood, finishing group leader; Jeremy Schmutz, in...
Study shows stem cells can preserve vision
...n in eyes damaged by retinal disease. In the cover article
in the November 2004 Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science, scientists from Harvard's Schepens Eye Research Institute describe results of a mouse study in which transplanted stem cells develop into retinal cells, prevent the death of "at ris...
Ubiquitination in real-time: A world first at the Universit de Montral
...dent, on the protein ubiquitination process. Their article
describing this research work appears in the year-...ticle, which was also featured in a News and Views article
sponsored by the journal, Perroy and Pontier succeeded in demonstrating that the ubiquitination proc...
Scientists achieve self-assembly of spider silk fiber in insect cells
... achievement by the research team, described in an article
in the Nov. 23 issue of Current Biology , opens the way to commercial development of this spider fiber for numerous industrial applications. Silk has been in use by mankind for thousands of years. However, unlike silkworms, spiders are territorial...
UGA researchers explain recent decline in Georgia's blue crab population
... state's most important coastal fisheries. In an article
in the November/December issue of the American Scientist, Richard F. Lee and Marc E. Frischer, working on a grant from the Georgia Sea Grant Program at the University of Georgia, say their research shows that Georgia's recent drought, working in conj...
Livestock grazing study finds moderate grazing beneficial to Great Basin plant communities
...er the long terms effects of livestock grazing. An article
released this week in the Journal of Rangeland Management documents a comprehensive research project that looked for differences between grazed and un-grazed rangelands in Nevada. The study, called "Vegetation change after 65 years of grazing and gr...
Eelgrass provides a refuge from predators for some fish species
...abundance of fish and crabs on a larger scale. An article
in the current issue of the journal Marine Ecology Progress Series describes experiments by URI Graduate School of Oceanography (GSO) biological oceanographers Lora Harris, Betty Buckley, Scott Nixon, and Ben Allen to investigate how different habita...
Spider silks, the ecological materials of tomorrow?
...ent materials of the future, according to a review article
published this month in the journal Microbial Cell Factories. The characteristics of spider silk could have applications in areas ranging from medicine to ballistics. The distinctive toughness of spider silk could allow manufacturers to improve wound...
Global assessments of biodiversity argue for expansion of protected areas in key regions
...on means they are nowhere protected. The first article
in the Special Section, by Thomas Brooks of Conser...tutions should bear much of the cost. The third article
in the Special Section (lead author: Simon Ferrier of the New South Wales Department of Environment ...
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Multidrug-resitant bacteria found to be airborne in concentrated swine operation
...er and groundwater near production operations. The article
is published in the online edition of Environmental Health Perspectives. "Eating retail pork products is not the only pathway of exposure for the transfer of antibiotic-resistant bacteria from swine to humans. Environmental pathways may be equally i...
Prediction of gene function in mammals
...sis of patterns of RNA expression, according to an article
published today in Journal of Biology. This challenges the conventional view that tissue-specificity is the best predictor of function, and could speed up the quest to understand whole genomes, in humans and other mammals, by decades. The authors ha...
Zebrafish study yields observation of muscle formation
...ocess regulated by a gene known as Hedgehog. The article
is titled "Zebrafish Slow Muscle Cell Migration Induces a Wave of Fast Muscle Morphogenesis." It is based on research at the University of California, Berkeley where Henry was a post-doctoral scientist before coming to UMaine. The authors show that ...
International team finds gene variants that affect response to HIV infection
...Walker. Photini Kiepiela, the first author of the article
and a researcher at institute, agreed that the establishment of the institute was critical in generating the new results. "The purpose of doing this work here is to nurture local South African scientists. [And] if not for this institute, it would not...
MIT team aims to mend broken hearts
...ther member of the team. Other authors of the PNAS article
are Hyoungshin Park, an HST research engineer and co-first author with Radisic; Helen Shing and Frederick Schoen of Harvard Medical School; Thomas Consi, now on the faculty at the University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee; and Lisa Freed, an HST principal r...
JCI table of contents, December 15 2004
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is available at: http://www.jci.org/cgi/content/f...E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org . A PDF of this article
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Balancing 'hysteria and suspicion': Doctors face new responsibilities in 'bioterrorism era'
...he forefront of managing disaster, according to an article
by Saint Louis University researchers in The Lance...fighters." Clements presents his argument in an article
published in the Dec. 18 issue of the medical journal, The Lancet. Clements, and his co-author R...
Chromosome 16 publication fulfills DOE's human genome commitment
...pital in Oakland, CA. In addition to the research article
in Nature, a large color poster highlighting biologically important elements of all three chromosomes sequenced by JGI along with DOE's other contributions to genomics is featured in the publication. "The success of the Human Genome Project was enabl...
Cells don festive holiday colors
...ity of California, San Diego, published a research article
describing the new fluorescent proteins in the December 2004 issue of the journal Nature Biotechnology. Lead author on the paper was HHMI predoctoral fellow Nathan C. Shaner in Tsien's laboratory. In separate studies, Tsien's team "borrowed" the immu...
MSI reveals invention for detection and precise quantification of molecules
... an accompanying Nature Methods "News and Views" article
by Stanford researcher Dr. Garry Nolan, who wrote that tadpoles may be an "appealing system for researchers wanting a standardized, high-throughput, and accurate detection system for... just about anything." The Molecular Sciences Institute is an ind...
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