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Study suggests 'noise' in gene expression could aid bacterial pathogenicity

...alifornia, San Diego (UCSD) reported that computer modeling predicted the new phenomenon before they confirmed...e amount of green-fluorescence protein in computer modeling matched the pattern recorded in E. coli cells grown in various laboratory conditions. The researcher...

2005 AAAS ISC Award goes to a team of Russian and American scientists

...s as the "greatest improvement in atmospheric drag modeling over the last 30 years." Background descriptions ...mics and mathematical modeling, linear programming modeling and satellite motion, mechanics and geometry. He previously served in the directorate of astrodynami...

Gene patterns in white blood cells quickly diagnose disease

...le as 2 hours after exposure. Use of mathematical modeling tools has identified a list of over 300 genes that can discriminate among 8 pathogenic agents with 99 percent accuracy," says Hammamieh. They are also looking for gene expression patterns that could help determine severity of exposure While the tec...

MBL scientists to present research at 2006 Ocean Sciences Meeting

...n of the coastal watershed area around the Arctic, modeling tools and analytical approaches being developing as a central part of this work will be more broadly applicable. Such tools are needed not only to better quantify contemporary fluxes, but to help us think about future changes in organic matter, nutri...

Lee M. Silver to discuss new book, Challenging Nature, at Stevens

...ics, evolution, reproduction, embryology, computer modeling and behavioral science, as well as other scholarly papers on topics at the interface between biotechnology, law, ethics and religion. Silver has been elected to the governing boards of the Genetics Society of America and the International Mammalian ...

JCI table of contents: March 1, 2006

...ent study the researchers used genetic statistical modeling to track the presence of the mutation to short stature or obesity, and found that, in both families, the mutation lacking constitutive activity segregated with short stature in a dominant manner, in which 70% of family members who had the mutation we...

Forecasting the seas

... by eddies, but also because of its flexibility in modeling both coastal and deep ocean regions ( http://www.hycom.org ). This enhanced understanding of the ocean offers invaluable applications. "While a computer model may sound rather abstract to non-scientists, it's exactly what can help clarify forecasting...

Inefficient immune killer cells abet HIV infection

...cLean, and their colleagues turned to mathematical modeling to measure the overall effect of the CTL response on the lifespan of infected cells in patients with HIV. Applying different metrics to 28 independent datasets spanning 14 years, the researchers found that CTLs kill roughly 10 million infected cells ...

NHGRI announces new sequencing targets

...s most obviously functional. According to computer modeling results, it is expected that comparisons among the 24 genome sequences will allow conserved sequences as small as six base pairs to be identified reliably. Six base pairs is roughly the size of a transcription factor binding site: a small DNA sequenc...

The Amazon in 2050: Implementing the law could save a million square kilometers of rainforest

...nvironmental crises. Through an inter-discplinary modeling project known as Amazon Scenarios, scientists at t... teaching interests include ecosystem dynamics and modeling and digital cartography, and director of the Universidade's Center for Remote Sensing. He is also a ...

Glimpse to past adds weight to global warming forecasts

...sea levels. As a result of his work, the ice sheet modeling will formally become part of the NCAR modeling system. "The fact that these climate models are getting it right is encouraging from a scientific st...

Identity theft, cancer detection among interactive demos at UH event

...d by UH researchers to solve problems ranging from modeling Houston's air quality to creating designer drugs targeted at cancer, Alzheimer's and other diseases. Other demonstrations will include a display of computational biomedicine techniques that look at cells for early signs of cancer, as well as have ap...

Highlights from the April 2006 Journal of the American Dietetic Association

...family togetherness and communication and for role modeling behaviors that parents would like their children to emulate."...

Keck Futures Initiative announces grant recipients

... Using a combination of structure-guided computer modeling and laboratory testing, they will identify pharmaceutical inhibitors of the enzyme isocitrate lyase, which is required by several infectious agents to cause disease in humans. DEIRDRE MELDRUM, University of Washington, Seattle DEBRA WEINER and CARL...

Woods Hole Research Center scientists create satellite map to show Chesapeake Bay urban development

...e currently being used for baseline monitoring and modeling activities in the Chesapeake Bay Program restorati... of environmental change, including monitoring and modeling links between land use change, forest productivity, biodiversity, climate, and human health. Before ...

'Resonance' may explain virologic failure in STI drug therapy

...devised a novel hypothesis based upon mathematical modeling to be published in the April 15 issue of the medical journal The Lancet -- one linked to the physical phenomenon known as "resonance." Based on the assumption that viral dynamics have an intrinsic periodicity, or cycle, that varies from patient to pa...

New predictive model to assess individual's risk of prostate cancer

...formed. We anticipate that the area of cancer risk modeling including the incorporation of new risk variables and the understanding of patient decision-making will have a measurable clinical impact over the next few years." In an accompanying editorial, H. Ballentine Carter, M.D., of the Johns Hopkins Schoo...

Even at small scales, the big decisions are made at the water cooler

...tructured behavior of the whole group." From their modeling efforts, two possibilities emerged, both compelling to a limited degree. In one, the scientists imagined each cell as belonging to a number of "teams" whose full membership never appeared at once. "Just as you might sit down to dinner with whatever m...

Honeybee decision-making ability rivals any department committee

...deotaping, devising experiments and mathematically modeling honeybee swarms. "The bees' method, which is a product of disagreement and contest rather than consensus or compromise, consistently yields excellent collective decisions," said Seeley. When a hive gets too crowded, its queen and half the hive wil...

Penn researchers discover gene that creates second skeleton

...ion in the ACVR1 gene. Looking Forward Computer modeling of the three-dimensional structure of the mutant ACVR1 protein suggests altered activation of this form of ACVR1. "Presumably, the FOP mutation causes a molecular short circuit or promiscuous activation of the receptor, but the detailed molecular phy...

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