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Heart failure wall stress drops 38% with moderate thyroid hormone therapy

...H, we don't yet have enough information to do this intelligently in humans. Care should be taken in administering TH to humans for heart disease since there is so little information available from animal studies." The current study said that the "most interesting effects were on the left ventricular myocyte shap...

Innovative coating could give medical implants a longer life

...antifouling coating's advantage. They proceeded to intelligently design a new polymer made up of two parts, both playing a key role: a short peptide that is the synthetic version of the sticky dihydroxyphenylalanine (DOPA) molecule that gives mussels their adhesive or anchoring strength and a longer peptoid polyme...

Disease diagnosis, bioengineering covered at state nano summit

...ances in the use of selection and randomization to intelligently evolve protein function, as well as the role of these advances in the application of nanotechnology. For instance, in Krause's laboratory, what starts off as a mere molecule may soon become a potential drug to treat HIV, one of the diseases he activ...

Coming to grips with robot learning

...cting autonomous systems that communicate and work intelligently on mutual tasks in dynamic unstructured environments expanding the concept of group to human plus artificial agents. Further potential applications of ArteSImit findings are numerous. "It could be applied to control instruments used for medical opera...

Multi-million dollar deal to benefit medical research

...ular Biology by the MRC. Provided such research is intelligently and quickly exploited, it can pay handsome dividends for medicine, UK industry and human health. It can also generate considerable royalty income, which ploughed back into science will help generate the medicines and industries of the future." Profe...

Study fishes out new role for prostaglandins

...new cancer drugs. "If you could use the zebrafish intelligently to screen for these drugs, it might really speed up the drug discovery process and give us some early clues about the effects we may see in humans," DuBois said....

Carnegie Mellon scientists use 'green' approach to transform plastics manufacturing

...s production of "smart" materials that can respond intelligently to altered environments, such as changes in pressure, acidity, light exposure and other variables. ATRP is being licensed to several companies that have already begun commercial production in the United States, Europe and Japan. But Matyjaszewski sa...

New nanotechnology able to examine single molecules, aiding in determining gene expression

...t of this approach is that as we understand how to intelligently combine various components of genomics, robotics, informatics, and nanotechnologythe so-called GRIN technologythe resulting systems will become simple, inexpensive, and commonplace."...

It's not easy being green

...il over time. "We need to carefully consider and intelligently manage the entire ethanol production system for long-term sustainability not just focus on pieces of the system," Dale said. "Ethanol is and will be a critical part of reducing our national dependence on oil for liquid fuels. Production technology f...

Scientific literacy happens -- when students think for themselves

... group of scientifically literate citizens who can intelligently discuss multi-faceted issues such as stem cell biology, evolution, genetically modified organisms and the like. This applies to science majors and non-majors alike. Right now, we just beat the beauty out of everything, Rissing said. Students learn ...

New databases put wings on search for bipolar risk genes

...d disorders research. The tool enables users to intelligently select the specific DNA signposts or markersthe single nucleotide polymorphisms, or SNPspresent in specific chromosome regions most likely to yield meaningful results. It also tells researchers if genes they want to study are represented on commerci...

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