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Exercise doesn't work for us all

...their fitness or their risk of developing diseases like diabetes. "There is astounding variation in the response to exercise. The vast majority will benefit in some way, but there will be a minority who will not benefit at all," says Claude Bouchard of Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge. At the A...

Wobble hypothesis stands up, NC state researcher finds

...g the decoding of two codes. One modification acts like a platform on which decoding takes place, and the other allows a novel chemical and physical interaction to occur between tRNA and the code, Agris said. "This is the first visualization that modifications are critical for decoding the genome through ...

Purdue research offers hope for canine, human spinal injuries

... hole at the end," Borgens said. "The polymer acts like a soap film that covers the hole and draws the wat... Decompression surgery and injections of steroids, like methyl prednisone, have done little." However, with Borgens' and Shi's discovery of P...

Study: Eat leafy green veggies to help prevent cataracts

.... "In addition to protective enzymes and compounds like vitamins C and E, we think that low concentrations of lutein and zeaxanthin in the eye lens help shield the eye from the harmful effects of UVB radiation." What researchers don't know, however, is how these two antioxidants get into the eye....

Read your shampoo's label: Study finds common ingredient stunts developing neurons of rats

...T and related compounds kill harmful bacteria that like to grow near moisture or water. As such, they often are found in personal care products, as well as in water-cooling systems and at factories that require water for manufacturing. Since learning about MIT, Dr. Aizenman has not found any published neu...

New drug sidesteps Gleevec resistance in human trials

...hether a drug that bound Abl in the "on" position, like a Src inhibitor, would be the model for Gleevec's ...oid similar problems with other kinase inhibitors, like the epidermal growth factor receptor inhibitors, Iressa and Tarceva, which were approved recently fo...

Free radicals and fertilization: Study reveals egg protection secret

...ld be similar. But what happens in the egg is more like what happens in the thyroid, suggesting that this Udx1 mechanism is versatile and non-lethal." "Nature is thrifty," said Gary Wessel, senior scientist on the project and professor of biology in the Department of Molecular Biology, Cell Biology and Bi...

Next edition of textbook ushers cellular microbiology out of infancy

...hogenesis. All chapters are revised and organized like the first edition to provide fundamental details of each discipline along with the cellular microbiology aspects. ...

Cigarette smoke a culprit in poor healing and increased scarring

... and exit perfectly. Nothing messes up this timing like cigarette smoke. Clinical studies have consistently shown that individuals exposed to cigarette smoke whether "first-" or "second-hand" heal poorly and are more likely to develop scarring and associated diseases. The negative effects ...

Impulsive behavior may be relict of hunter-gatherer past

...ed because in the wild, snatching up small rewards like food morsels rather than waiting for something big...ephens. "Some humans do better at binary decisions like 'a little now or a lot later' than others. When psychologists study kids who are good at waiting for...

Study reveals developing countries with recipe for thriving health biotech industries

...t and brightest researchers to developed countries like the U.S. is a serious and ongoing challenge the study notes, and governments can play an important role in stemming this 'brain drain'. Since the late 1990s China has made concerted efforts to encourage expatriate professionals to return. Incentives...

Stanford biologist working to restore native forests to Hawaii

... By applying sound economic principles to projects like koa restoration, she hopes to change the way we view our natural assets. She already has had some success in Costa Rica, where a separate study determined that rainforests may be valuable to coffee farmers. In that study, published in the Aug. 24 iss...

New approach studying protein structure could advance drug development

... a ligand present. "There is no other technique like this out there," said co-author Diane Rodi from Argonne's Biosciences Division, "You can see more detailed changes that take place in protein-ligand interactions in solution than you can with any other technique. And more protein-ligand interactions...

First analysis of chicken genome offers many new insights

...ue as a model for study of developmental disorders like cleft palate and diseases like muscular dystrophy. Researchers completed and made available the genetic sequence of the red jungle...

Singing in the brain

...subsong" phase in which they babble softly, almost like human infants. Then, they undergo a "plastic" phas...s' characteristic song is imprinted on their brain like a long-term memory, and not as a complete song, but in pieces. Rose and colleagues propose that circ...

Draft sequence of chicken genome completed

...see notes). "Having the chicken genome sequence is like being armed with an antiques guide at a flea market: suddenly you have a tool that allows you to recognize which pieces are valuable," concludes Birney. We're all sure to reap the rewards....

UCSD researchers derive lessons about human evolution from chicken genome

...ue as a model for study of developmental disorders like cleft palate and diseases like muscular dystrophy. The draft of the chicken genome published in Nature is far from complete, but ...

Carbon sink or carbon source? Aerosols play role in shifts

...ape, or a change in the biogeochemical properties like the carbon cycle you have a landscape that is actively vulnerable to climate change. "Studies like these can really start putting forward the right processes in trying to quantify the carbon sink mor...

NC State gets $1.59M grant to map genome of parasitic worm

...o non-target effects of pesticides to worry about, like the groundwater and other environmental concerns." NC State's Genome Research Laboratory will perform about half of the sequencing work, with collaborator Orion Genomics LLC performing the remainder. Collaborating with Opperman on the project are Dr....

Birds, butterflies, bacteria same law of biology appears to apply

...ng Green to say, "Our data firmly establishes that like plants and animals, microbes are not randomly distributed but rather exhibit spatially predictable, aggregated patterns at multiple spatial scales." This result has big implications, says Hughes. "If the composition of bacteria is dif...

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