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Researchers predict infinite genomes

...we'll never know--the extent of its diversity." To interpret this infinite view of microbial genomes, Tettelin and colleagues propose describing a species by its "pan-genome": the sum of a core genome, containing genes present in all strains, and a dispensable genome, with genes absent from one or more strains...

Questionnaire identifies women at risk of inherited breast or ovarian cancer

...take thorough family histories and then accurately interpret that information, something that can be difficult since many nuances can determine risk," says Kevin Hughes, MD, of the MGH Surgical Oncology Division, the study's senior author. "In addition, family history can change over time if a patient's relat...

Secrets of the deep may hold key to life on other planets

...Little. "Until we know more it's very difficult to interpret the fossil record we already have." Pieces of hydrothermal animals have already been placed in titanium mesh cages at hydrothermal vent sites 3.5km down in the ocean. Dr Little will return to these sites in the East Pacific Rise off the coast of Sout...

Energy Department awards $92 million

...ears now help allow scientists rapidly decode and interpret the complete DNA sequence of any organism. Because genomics reveals the blueprint for life, it is the starting point to understand biological functions as well as a link between biological research and the development of biotechnology solutions. Wi...

Free-energy theory borne out in large-scale protein folding

...ics and astronomy, who helped the team analyze and interpret the simulation data....

What we cannot do ourselves, we cannot understand in others

...pecific patients have deficits in their ability to interpret the actions of other people. These two patients ar...n body are the reference from which we process and interpret the actions of another person. In other words, we understand in others that which we can do ourselve...

PET's imaging power may be best indicator for determining which patients develop Alzheimer's

...pe assessment represents the unique opportunity to interpret imaging findings in the context of background information," explained Drzezga. "As we increase our understanding of the human genome, individualized therapy and individualized diagnosis will become increasingly important," he added. "The current stud...

New class of antibiotics effective against drug-resistant bacteria discovered in fungi

...d state-of-the-art biotechnology to intercept ,and interpret its genetic messages and exhibited tremendous skill in producing plectasin efficiently, economically, and in large amounts." "I started working on antimicrobial peptides over three decades ago, said Lehrer, and my laboratory first described human def...

New and sharper X-rays of cell's ribosome could lead to better antibiotics

...e at lower resolution, but it was not clear how to interpret them," he said. "It took these high-resolution studies to coalesce our ideas."...

Overfishing in inland waters reduces biodiversity and threatens health

...e decreased. But catch statistics are difficult to interpret for inland species because they may exclude recreational and illegal fisheries, and because landings are dispersed. Moreover, overfishing may not immediately cause declines in the total catchand its weight may even transiently increase. Overfishing l...

File compression can expand mammography's power

...nine measures of diagnostic accuracy, radiologists interpret the compressed images more accurately than they interpret the original images, even though the compressed images contain, on average, only 2 percent of the in...

Grant allows ASU archaeologist to study how environment influences evolution

...very hard, but when you bring everyone together to interpret the same information, it gives you a lot more than if there was just that one specialist working on it." Researchers agree that modern humans evolved in Africa, but little is known about the ancient ecology at the time. Scientists know that environme...

Chemical signaling helps regulate sensory map formation in the brain

... to their target, the structures in the brain that interpret information from the eyes. "Without an orderly and faithful connection," said Zou, "information from the eyes could not be properly deciphered by the brain." "Topographic maps are a very common wiring strategy in our brains," he said. Similar syste...

NJIT engineer poised to take stem cell research a step forward

...e repair and arthroscopic surgery, will design and interpret the animal models used to test the stem cell repair of cartilage. Rizio will also teach Arinzeh, and some of her students, how to insert stem cells in to patients' knees during surgery. Arinzeh's drive to advance the science of stem cell research ha...

UC San Diego partners with Venter Institute to build marine microbial genomics cyberinfrastructure

...d tools to explore data and visualization tools to interpret the results. The second group comprises bioinformatics experts with their own tools and programming. CAMERA will encourage this later group to contribute their software analysis tools, thus engaging the broader community in strengthening this interna...

Pleasing plant shapes explained by new computer model

...oviding a tool botanists can use to complement and interpret their traditional laboratory experiments. It also promises to lead to accurate models of how other organisms, including animals, develop from primordial stem cells. "This was a great example of the synergy you can have between biology and computer sc...

Biodesign and TGen form joint Center for Systems and Computational Biology

... by providing the technology needed to effectively interpret data and understand the underlying genetic cause of disease. For example, in 2004, researchers at TGen uncovered the genetic basis for one form of sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS). This discovery was made by mining genetic information from nine fa...

Florida Tech receives $119,000-plus National Science Foundation grant

...ning how scientists approach problems and how they interpret statistical results," said Tankersley. English and Spanish versions are being developed to reach a more diverse audience. This will benefit students for whom English is a second language....

AAAS denounces anti-evolution laws as hundreds of K-12 teachers convene for 'Front Line' event

...ation, so keep an open mind." But, the student may interpret the teacher's verbal frame to mean, "Sorry that I have to teach you this," or perhaps, "Remember, evolution is only a theory." Yet, Omenn said, scientists know that "evolution is a theory in the same sense that gravity is a theory: It is a robust org...

Scientists in dogged pursuit of snow research embark on Arctic trek

...r they are positioned to more fully understand and interpret the satellite-derived data. "In recent years snow cover has been declining in many areas of the globe," said physical scientist James Foster of NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center, Greenbelt, Md. "It has become ever more important to accurately measur...

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