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Digestive Disease Week 2007 spotlights breakthrough research in digestive health

...inal medicine will gather this week to discuss the latest in scientific research in gastroenterology, hepatology, endoscopy and gastrointestinal (GI) surgery during Digestive Disease Week (DDW) 2007, May 19-24 in Washington, D.C. DDW brings together more than 16,000 attendees each year from around the worl...

Journal of Nuclear Medicine releases new research faster

...s and journal subscribers will be able to read the latest research one or two months in advance of print publication, said Schelbert. "JNM's acceptance-to-publication turnaround is already quite short, and publishing ahead of print shortens it even further," he added. All published-ahead-of-print article...

Combining NSAIDs with chemotherapy, radiation may improve cancer treatment

...as promising cancer prevention drugs. However, the latest studies have concluded that in most cases the adverse side effect of these drugs -- including risk of cardiovascular and kidney disease -- outweigh the potential benefit. However, certain NSAIDs may be better suited to treating cancer, in combinati...

IMS updated recommendations on postmenopausal hormone therapy

... various fields of menopause medicine reviewed the latest information in a Workshop held in Budapest in February 2007. The following Recommendations express the views of the IMS on the principles of hormone therapy in the peri- and postmenopausal periods. Throughout the Recommendations, the term HT will ...

Media events planned for 2007 American Society of Gene Therapy meeting, May 30-June 3

...media only event designed to highlight some of the latest and most promising developments in gene therapy products and related technologies. WHERE Grand Hyatt Seattle Menzies Room WHEN Thursday, May 31, 2007, 7:00 9:00 pm (reception at 6:30 pm) WHY Several children born with "bubble-boy disease" cau...

Dinosaur hearing, listening to muscle noise, quieter cubicles

..." At session 3aPAb, researchers will present the latest theoretical and experimental knowledge on acousti...omy, researchers in session 2pMUa will discuss the latest ideas for teaching voice students to improve their singing. California-based master voice instructo...

Gene thought to assist chemo may help cancer thrive

...s that the chemo treatment injures. But in this latest trial, Georgia Tech researchers found that p53 may be a double-edged sword. Chemotherapy patients whose tumors had a mutated p53 gene that didn't work had a much better survival rate than those who had normal p53. In the study, researchers took mal...

ACS News Service Weekly PressPac -- May 9, 2007

Here is the latest American Chemical Society (ACS) News Service Weekly press package (PressPac) with reports selected from 35 major peer-reviewed journals and Chemical & Engineering News. With more than 160,000 members, ACS is the worlds largest scientific society. Ple...

Health care reimagined: Improving patient care through early health

...on, presenters will provide updates on some of the latest technology that is being used both in inpatient and outpatient settings to improve healthcare. WHO: Jeffrey R. Immelt, Chairman and CEO, GE Joseph M. Hogan, CEO, GE Healthcare Delos M. "Toby" Cosgrove, M.D., CEO and Chairman of the Board ...

UCLA researchers discover link between Parkinson's and narcolepsy

...o be important in regulating the sleep cycle. This latest research points to a common cause for the sleep disorders associated with these two diseases and suggests that treatment of Parkinson's disease patients with hypocretin or hypocretin analogs may reverse these symptoms. More than 1 million people in...

NIST building software offers green product advice

...th in conservation and thrift can benefit from the latest updates to an innovative software package released this week by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). BEES 4.0, the new version of NIST's software tool for selecting environmentally preferred, cost-effective building products, up...

Study finds regions of DNA that appear linked to autistic spectrum disorders

...f Medicine and a co-principal investigator on this latest study. If one child in a family is autistic, there's a 10 percent chance a sibling also will have autism. Past research has isolated a few regions of DNA linked to autism, but very few of those studies have been replicated, so no specific autism gene...

Research suggests men's sexual behavior adapts to perceived threats

Davie, Fla. May 08, 2007 -- A review of the latest research in sexual adaptation shows that evidence is building for what researchers call "sperm competition." According to a review appearing in Current Directions in Psychological Science, physical and behavioral sexual characteristics exhibited by h...

World's leading scientists announce creation of 'Encyclopedia of Life'

...ors across the globe, providing easy access to the latest and best information on all known species," said Jonathan F. Fanton, President of the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation. "Technology is allowing science to grasp the immense complexity of life on this planet. Sharing what we know, we c...

ACS News Service Weekly PressPac -- May 2, 2007

Here is the latest American Chemical Society (ACS) News Service Weekly press package (PressPac) with reports selected from 35 major peer-reviewed journals and Chemical & Engineering News. With more than 160,000 members, ACS is the world's largest scientific society. Pl...

New knowledge improves rice quality

...ly dream about before." During the workshop, the latest research was presented in several new areas, inclu..."This would be an outstanding example of using the latest in science to improve the lives of the poor, while satisfying the desires of the affluent," he added...

Plant pathologists fighting global threat to wheat supply

... 8:30 to 11:30 a.m. The symposium will present the latest on new sources for global resistance to stem rust, details on how the disease is mutating, and whats in store for North America, including information on how the disease affects wheat grown in the U.S. and Canada. The symposium will be held during ...

Einstein's Dr. Vern Schramm elected to the National Academy of Sciences

...anted organs. The election to the Academy is the latest among numerous honors recognizing Dr. Schramms many contributions in more than 35 years as a biochemistry researcher and teacher, including the 2006 Repligen Award from the Biological Chemistry Division of the American Chemical Society, election as a...

Nitric oxide: Key to cardiovascular and pulmonary function and drug effectiveness

...y are stimulated The researchers reported their latest findings on Friday, May 4, in the journal Cell. "This work is significant in that it demonstrates how two of the most pervasive physiological systems -- G-protein coupled receptors and nitric oxide -- come together to influence one another," said ...

Story ideas from the Journal of Lipid Research

...brane via its GPI. Orlean and Menon review the latest findings on GPI assembly in the ER, its transfer to a protein, and the changes made to GPI on its way to the cell membrane. They describe the enzymes and chemical reactions involved and highlight questions that need to be addressed, especially how GP...

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