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Patient's generosity after death leads to possible clues for lung disease

.... Preliminary analysis has revealed some promising paths for further research. "With IPF, many areas of the lung look normal, while others are scarred," said Dr. Kaminski. "Using these donated lungs, we can retrieve tissue from multiple locations within the organ and see how they compare." Collagen- and co...

Scientists map the flight of the bumblebee

...amme, allowing him to build up a pattern of flight paths from different places. He said: "We are trying to find out more about how bees forage, or look for their food. We're particularly interested to see if they find certain environments easier to navigate. "For example, do the bees find it easier to...

Underwater robots work together without human input

...he experiment, the ASAP system will determine what paths the underwater robots should follow to take the most information-rich samples, or measurements, of ocean activity. As the ocean changes, automated computer programs will update the sampling strategy under the supervision of the ASAP team. Most of th...

Transmission rates of vCJD

...hill loaded walking. Their higher economy on steep paths cannot be ascribed to a better exchange between potential and kinetic energy, as in our experiments the body centre of mass travelled monotonically uphill (or downhill). A different oscillation pattern of the loaded head-trunk segment, together with ...

A wandering eye

...o migrate to the right place." In the embryo the paths for cell movements are signposted by cues that by attracting or repelling different types of cells guide them into the right direction. Thanks to Rx3 eye cells prefer the cues guiding the way to the eye field. Following them the cells migrate individ...

Protein folding physics, nanohandles, sunscreen for algae and classical quantum weirdness

...llowed the physicists to evaluate all the possible paths that the molecule's parts would follow and then pick out the most likely one. As a result, they expect to streamline protein folding calculations from trillions of steps to hundreds. The improvement is significant because conventional protein folding...

Evolutionary software to be released free of charge

...g unproductive tasks in advance or by exposing new paths through the introduction of distant but related data."...

InHealth awards two research grants to Stanford University

... In addition, the study will clarify the different paths followed by medical devices, pharmaceuticals and biotech products. Results from both studies are anticipated by fall 2007. "Critical discussions about the nation's health care system should be based on objective data rather than political opinion. ...

Childhood cancer survivors may have low birth weight children

... professional education materials that map out the paths to making informed decisions."...

Bright future for nuclear medicine technologists

...hic characteristics, education, employment, career paths and attitudes about the profession," explained SNMTS President D. Scott Holbrook. "By conducting this survey, SNMTS can learn more about the thoughts, opinions and challenges of technologists so its leaders can make more informed decisions and better...

Does natural selection drive the evolution of cancer?

...t to influence that evolution. Can we push it down paths that might be more beneficial to us?" One idea might be to develop new drugs that would act as benign cell boosters. Such drugs would specifically target the more benign cells in a tumor to increase their relative fitness over their malignant neigh...

Flu can bide time in icy limbo before re-emerging, BGSU biologist states

...the ice in Siberia, and its along the major flight paths of migrating waterfowl, whose pathways take them t...d Australia, and interconnect with other migratory paths to Europe and Africa, explains Rogers. Viruses, he says, can be preserved in ice over long periods ...

Why do males and females of some species look so different?

...t place. This is yet another example of the quirky paths that evolution has taken to generate the diversity of biological shapes and forms around us."...

Applied scientists create wrinkled 'skin' on polymers

...iques. The patterns can be generated along desired paths by simply controlling the relative movement of the ion beam and polymeric substrate. It's almost like using an airbrush on fabric. At a smaller scale the desired morphology of wrinkles can be achieved by controlling the ion beam intensity." Because ...

Tracing the pathways of neurofibromatosis

...ooking not at offshore accounts but at biochemical paths of cause and effect. The research, which appears in the Jan. 10 issue of the Journal of Neuroscience, seeks to find the biochemical pathway that's responsible for tumors in people with the genetic disorder neurofibromatosis. Stern built his case mu...

Out of Africa -- bacteria, as well

...his has also given scientists new insight into the paths taken by man as he journeyed across the Earth (Nat...inear correlation with the length of the migration paths taken since they were separated. "It's actually quite logical," explains Dr. Mark Achtman, "because ...

Sequencing human history -- The genetics and commerce of personal ancestry

... footprints that provide clues about the migratory paths our ancestors traveled over thousands of generations. Scientists study this DNA to uncover the geographical origins of our species and trace human migrations around the globe. How is the study of genetic variation used in biomedical and anthropolo...

Institute for OneWorld Health hosts global health seminar at AAAS Annual Meeting

...s who have developed novel solutions and paved new paths to save lives and fight illness. The first session, "Global Hearts: The Contributions of Bay Area Professionals to Health," features Bay Area organizations committed to impacting global health. The second session, "From Inception to Implementa...

The insides of clouds may be the key to climate change

...hat both models follow almost identical predictive paths in the past, but diverge significantly when predicting the temperature in the future Penner's presentation also looks at the predictive capability of three climate models, a US NCAR-Oslo model, a French model and a Japanese model, and shows that di...

GenePOPS -- Sequencing Human History: The Genetics and Commerce of Personal Ancestry

... footprints that provide clues about the migratory paths our ancestors traveled over thousands of generations. Scientists study this DNA to uncover the geographical origins of our species and trace human migrations around the globe. How is the study of genetic variation used in biomedical and anthropolo...

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(Date:10/14/2014)... A new study published in Cancer Research ... liver and colon cancers—can promote the development of skin ... proliferation and survival of sun-damaged skin cells. , Previously ... seven proteins called sirtuins that help regulate genomic stability ... aging. SIRT6 helps repair DNA damage, which can lead ...
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