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Monell researchers find metabolic defect in liver that can lead to obesity

...ect involves decreased production of liver enzymes needed to burn fat and may help to explain why some people become obese while others remain thin. The global obesity epidemic is thought to be caused in part by the increased availability and intake of high calorie foods rich in fat and carbohydrates. Th...

New clue into how diet and exercise enhance longevity

... you, said White. It reduces the amount of insulin needed in the body to control blood glucose, and it promo...duces the amount and duration of insulin secretion needed to keep your glucose under control when you eat. Therefore, the brain is exposed to less insulin. Si...

Research study describes the role part of the brain plays in memory

...ur, attention or strategic planning) that could be needed to correctly express social transmission of food preference, and therefore necessary for our declarative memory....

Disease-free mosquito bred to disease-carrier can have all disease-free progeny

...ss foreign genes in the mosquito germ cells. We needed to gain access to the cells in the reproductive germline to change the way traits are inherited, said Zach Adelman, assistant professor of entomology and a member of the Vector-Borne Infectious Disease Research Group at Virginia Tech ( www.vectorborn...

MIT IDs mechanism behind fear

...appeared when the mice learned that they no longer needed to fear the environment where the foot shocks had once occurred. "In our study, we employ mice to show that extinction of learned fear depends on counteracting components of a molecular pathway involving the protein kinase Cdk5," said Tsai, a How...

On target

...uppressing IL6 activity. While further research is needed to determine the effectiveness of IL6 targeted cancer therapies, these initial results are encouraging. "Targeting secreted proteins that Ras activates has opened the door to inhibit the oncogenic signal of Ras via druggable proteins," states Dr. Cou...

HWI researchers determine structure of protein from pathogen associated with CF and TB

... Straubinger from UB who provided the expertise we needed to do some of the studies we were unable to do our...a key reason UB was able to provide important data needed by the HWI group for these studies was the investment in new infrastructure and equipment in the lif...

Sour taste make you pucker? It may be in your genes

...ernal) twins to determine the lowest concentration needed for each twin to correctly identify a citric acid solution as sour. Because MZ twins have nearly identical genes while DZ twins share only about 50% of their genes, more similar responses in MZ than DZ pairs suggests that genes help determine sen...

Researchers use new approach to predict protein function

...cose and related compounds into other molecules as needed for metabolism. The enzymes within the enolase superfamily utilize similar reaction mechanisms to one another but catalyze different reactions, complicating the task of discovering their function. There are more than 3,000 proteins in the enolase s...

Longest study finds reef fish need longer break

...ully. More importantly, the ecological equilibrium needed for a healthy reef system, which relies on the int...is vital to coral reefs. Overall, the time frame needed by surgeonfish and tangs, triggerfish, rabbitfish, and the coral-building algae to completely rebuil...

Nearly 90 percent of babies receive recommended newborn screening tests

...s makes it difficult for states to get support for needed legislation. In states that do not follow the ACMG recommendations, the March of Dimes staff and volunteers continue to work with governors, legislatures, and parent groups to advocate for expanded newborn screening on a state-by-state basis. In ...

Study advances vCJD prion detection

...CSL Behring, However, more research is urgently needed to ensure that the technique, which has been applied to brain tissue, can be applied to other tissues, such as blood, that might be used in tests for vCJD. Professor James Ironside, of the National CJD Surveillance Unit at the University of Edinbur...

Malaria-resistant mosquitoes battle disease with 'molecular warhead'

... Dr. Baxter said. In addition, further research is needed to determine what other elements of the mosquitos immune system are activated once TEP1 binds to an invader....

Specific type of cell death may accelerate decompensated heart failure

...s by which cells eat their own proteins to provide needed resources to the body in times of stress, may paradoxically cause harm to hearts already weakened by disease, researchers from UT Southwestern Medical Center have found. In certain forms of heart disease, autophagy is taking place, but how much of...

New imaging method clarifies nutrient cycle

...d then transported to the other cells, where it is needed as a nutrient. Capone and Nealson also were able to observe cellular differentiation: as the single-stranded organism grows, the nitrogen concentration in the cell halfway between two existing heterocysts falls below a threshold. The drop in nit...

Alzheimer's prevention role discovered for prions

...id protein into the smaller beta-amyloid fragments needed to build plaques. Further evidence for the protective role of normal prion proteins is provided by mutated versions that are linked to genetic forms of prion disease because beta-amyloid fragments are able to form when the normal prion protein is c...

Skin rash actually signifies better outcomes for pancreatic and lung cancer patients

...at OSI Pharmaceuticals, Inc. Further studies are needed to both identify patients most likely to develop rash and to determine if dose escalation to induce rash can improve efficacy. Although few patients dropped out of the large Phase III clinical trials testing Tarceva in advanced non-small cell lung...

New research holds promise for protecting cancer patients against infertility

...ness among the medical profession, more support is needed for research in this important area....

Tough tubes -- Carbon nanotubes endure heavy wear and tear

...In the initial stages of the experiment, the force needed to compress the nanotube block decreased slightly, but soon stabilized to a constant value, said Jonghwan Suhr, an assistant professor of mechanical engineering at the University of Nevada in Reno, who received his doctorate from Rensselaer in 2005, ...

Antibody linked to MS significantly higher in spinal fluid of blacks

...e time from MS diagnosis to when the patient first needed assistance walking. Black patients needed help walking sooner an average of nine years after diagnosis versus 17 years for Caucasians but on...

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