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Pitt receives $2.75 million to prevent spread of flu in public schools

...ugh the project will be headed by GSPH, additional partners include the Pittsburgh Public Schools, the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, the Allegheny County Health Department and the Pennsylvania Department of Health. The concept for the project comes f...

EU grants 2.5 million euros for research on childhood gut infections in Latin America

...iagnostic tests for gut infections. Latin American partners from Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Mexico and Peru are involved in the project. European partners are based in Holland, Ireland, Portugal and the United Kingdom....

$20 million to expand seafloor observatory

...DF) and $4 million of in-kind support from private partners including Alcatel will allow scientists to signifi...vid Turpin. "Thanks to the combined efforts of the partners in this initiative, Canada and UVic will be at the forefront of undersea research, leading the world...

Genomatix wins BioChance grant worth $1.6 million

... be complemented by at least two academic research partners (the LMU Munich and the DKFZ Heidelberg) who will carry out the wet lab experimental part of the research. This project represents another milestone in the development of complete solutions for which Genomatix is known for. "Regulatory RNAs represe...

JCI table of contents: September 1, 2006

...ENTARY TITLE: Toll-like receptors and IFN-alpha: partners in autoimmunity AUTHOR CONTACT: Marco Colonna Washington University School of Medicine, St Louis, Missouri, USA. Phone: 314-362-0367; Fax: 314-362-4096 Email: mcolonna@pathology.wustl.edu . View the PDF of this article at: https://www.the-jci....

Biological pest control becomes an economic reality

...iquids. New encapsulation technology Project partners used new encapsulation technology to prepare an artificial liquid diet in the form of coated droplets, developing an effective diet for two major predatory bugs; Orius, which attacks mainly thrips and Macrolophus, a major predator of whitefly, thrips...

Rehydrate -- your RNA needs it

...ules---also rearrange. Then their hydrogen bonding partners also rearrange, creating a domino effect, where a local modification spreads throughout the molecule and modifies the structure elsewhere, even at quite a distance," Walter said. Water facilitates the process by increasing the number of hydrogen bond...

Study identifies molecular process underlying leukemia

...eukemia gene, MLL. One of the fusion proteins that partners with MLL in leukemia is AF10. AF10 has been shown to fuse with another protein, CALM, in patients with acute lymphoblastic leukemia or acute myeloid leukemia. But it has been unclear whether that fusion could cause leukemia, and little is known abou...

Be still my beating heart: Ilk gene underlies heart failure

...or the first time that ILK and some of its binding partners are essential components of the cardiac mechanical stretch sensor, dysfunction of which is suspected to be responsible for a significant proportion of human heart failure." ILK, or integrin-linked protein kinase, is a component of the integrin sign...

Insect 'noses' the key to cybernose collaboration

...RO's Flagship Initiative. The University Cluster partners will receive $2.2 million from the Flagship Collaboration Fund over two and a half years. This money will be matched in-kind by ANU and Monash. Dr Bruce Lee, Director of the Food Futures Flagship, says that the Olfactory Pattern Recognition Researc...

Springer acquires BioTribune Magazine and Biotribune.com

...ibune and Springer. It will certainly benefit our partners and readers, adding the expertise of BioTribune in biology to Springer's strong marketing and sales assets. We also share the same vision in terms of electronic distribution." ...

Miscarriage significantly associated with increasing paternal age

...steady increase in rate of miscarriage. Women with partners aged 35 or older had nearly three times as many mi...ientists seem to have forgotten that men are equal partners in reproduction, and their influence should be studied to the same degree. Our group has focused on...

Rhode Island physician honored nationally for establishing first HIV menopause clinic

..., and if HIV-positive menopausal women place their partners at a higher risk for HIV infection through sexual contact. Determining the effect hormone replacement therapy (HRT) has on HIV-positive women also remains to be seen. Cu-Uvin has spent most of her medical career caring for people with HIV, particu...

EMBL-EBI and collaborators win bid to run UK PubMed Central

...ovision, and we look forward to working with these partners to make UKPMC an integral part of the national res...EBI, added: "We are excited about working with our partners to improve global access to the biomedical literature. This fits perfectly with the EBI's service mi...

Identifying Piwi's partners

...rch in Japan have identified the elusive small RNA partners of Piwi proteins lending new insight into the gene silencing pathways mediated by small RNAs in Drosophila. Piwi (P-element-induced wimpy testis) is a member of the Drosophila Argonaute protein family, which is expressed specifically in fly testis...

Top researcher-educators receive Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers

...cation activities include an outreach program that partners the College of Education at UIUC with several loca...s. Specifically, she examines how the motives that partners bring to their relationships influence the way everyday events are noticed, interpreted and remember...

African water authorities receive space tool training

...e planning to organise a training session with our partners and colleagues so I can share this information with them," Er Raji said. ...

Flick of a protein switches immune response

...f a key component of the immune system by changing partners in an elegant genomic dance, said researchers at the University of Southern California and Harvard Medical School. Because autoimmune diseases such as arthritis, allergies and dozens of other illnesses begin when the body's defenses respond at the...

DOE JGI sequences, releases genome of symbiotic tree fungus

...h as phosphate and nitrogen. When Laccaria bicolor partners with plant roots, a mycorrhizal root is created, resulting in a mutualistic relationship that significantly benefits both organisms. The fungus within the root is protected from competition with other soil microbes and gains preferential access to ca...

High school students, teachers join Pitt's 'Gene Team'

...rgh, Pa. But for eight weeks this summer, they are partners in the University of Pittsburgh's "Gene Team," which pairs students and teachers to do genetics research from Pitt faculty labs. The program grew out of the issue that many high school science teachers were never formally trained in the detailed to...

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