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Who laid the first egg?

...h. When we removed the egg case, we found that the post blastula but pre-hatching embryo at this stage is beginning to transform into a spiral animal. Each such animal had three clockwise spires. After hatching, the spiral organism began to uncoil slightly," Xiao said. "They look as if they can unwind to ...

New bulls may revive the Texas state Bison Herd

...periment Station. Derr and Dr. Natalie Halbert, a post doctoral research associate in the College of Veterinary Medicine, were asked to help. "If you have a healthy, stable population that's having a reasonable number of offspring and the old ones are dying the average age should not significantly incr...

Low-carb diet during pregnancy improved triglycerides, fat metabolism in offspring

...being fed the same standard high-carb/low-fat diet post weaning. They also expressed significantly greater levels of the hepatic proteins CD36, CPT-1 and PPARα, which help with fatty acid oxidation. The results of the study "A high unsaturated fat, high protein and low carbohydrate diet during pre...

International HapMap consortium widens data access

...w the HapMap project's Data Coordination Center to post all of the consortium's monthly release of data and to distribute this data to other public databases, such as the NIH-funded National Center for Biotechnology Information's dbSNP ( http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/projects/SNP/ ) and the JSNP Database in...

Hudson's Bay Company fur trapping policies set stage for modern environmental struggles

...sisted until 1871 when the company closed its last post in the United States. The company gained its foothold on the Pacific Northwest when it absorbed a competitor, the North West Company in 1821. George Simpson, head of Hudson's Columbia Department, was the primary architect of the company's activit...

Four Max Planck Partner Groups starting in India

... locations. - Until Fall 2003 Dr. Amol Dighe was a post doc at the Max Planck Institute for Physics in Munich and will now head a Partner Group, associated with this Institute, concerning "Neutrino and astrophysics" at the TATA Institute of Fundamental Research in Mumbai. Astroparticle physics is a fast-g...

Protein transformation gives new twist to medical research

...nd Struck on the project were: Dr. Sam Arulandu, a post doctoral researcher, and undergraduate student Stephanie Swanson, a senior from Houston....

Scientists reveal molecular secrets of the malaria parasite

...ce of an unusual method of gene regulation (called post transcriptional regulation) at the transition between the vertebrate host and the mosquito. That motif regulates proteins that are switched on as the parasite enters the mosquito. Hall's group identified the gene regulation by comparing the genes ex...

Parkinson's disease clinical researchers invited to submit study information to new patient website

... a clinical study in Parkinson's who would like to post information about their study on the website should send a copy of the study protocol and a request for publicity by email to info@PDtrials.org . The following organizations have pledged to unite to support the effort: the American Parkinson Diseas...

Current human embryonic stem cell lines contaminated UCSD/Salk team finds

...Nature Medicine study is Maria J. Martin, Ph.D., a post doctoral researcher in Varki's lab at UCSD. An important additional author is Gage's post doctoral fellow Alysson Muotri, Ph.D. The study was funded by the National Institute of General Medi...

Rat brain's executive hub quells alarm center if stress is controllable

...helplessness, a syndrome similar to depression and post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). They lose the ability to learn how to escape stressors. Activation of a brainstem area (dorsal raphe nucleus) has been implicated in such reactions. But this area is too small and lacks the proper sensory inputs to j...

Thumbnail sampler of 10 diverse physiology papers from IUPS 2005

... high temperature suggests that global warming can post a deadly threat for populations in polluted areas because previously non-toxic concentrations may become toxic and fatal with warming. Next step will be to study to what extent metal pollution reduces temperature tolerance limits of oysters and to ap...

Georgia Tech research reveals how biomaterial properties control cellular responses

...Bioscience at Georgia Tech. Benjamin Keselowsky, a post doctoral fellow in Mechanical Engineering, and David Collard, an associate professor in the School of Chemistry and Biochemistry at Georgia Tech, also collaborated on the project. "From a molecular perspective, we now have a better idea of how cells ...

Bee mites suppress bee immunity, open door for viruses and bacteria

...t have the same problems," says Dr. Xiaolong Yang, post doctoral researcher in entomology and plant pathology, who raised bees in China. "I do not recall seeing deformed wing bees in the Chinese bee. Chinese honey bees have grooming behavior which can remove the mites from the bees. They get rid of the...

Liver transplant patients gain same benefits from CellCept as kidney transplant patients

...re that they enjoy a long, healthy and active life post transplant," said Dr. Bjorn Nashan, Dalhousie University, Halifax, NS, Canada. "CellCept's unrivalled 10 years of data show the impact that effective, low toxic regimens have had on improving long-term outcomes and patient survival." Liver transpla...

From network to system

...ersity of Texas in Houston, USA in 1994, and was a post doc fellow in the medical genetics program at Stanford University School of Medicine (under Prof. L.L. Cavalli-Sforza) until 1996. Prof. Jin has been a full professor at the University of Cincinnati, USA since 2001, and Director of the Center for Ant...

Not all industrial sectors respond the same way to changes and shocks

...sational changes such as, reducing excess capacity post 9/11. In addition, the global crisis in aviation was used as an opportunity to implement process improvements and rationalise supply chains. "In the biotechnology sector, young firms at critical business junctures may lack the competence to cope with...

ASM to host 45th ICAAC in New Orleans

...videotaping in session rooms, the exhibit hall and post sessions is not allowed. If you are interested in attending and would like to download the pre-registration form and preliminary program, please visit our website at http://www.asm.org/Media/index.asp?bid=14884 . The pre-registration/housing deadli...

JCI table of contents July 1, 2005

...n of tubular epithelial cells during repair of the post ischemic kidney is independent of bone marrow stem cells AUTHOR CONTACT: Jeremy Duffield Harvard Institutes of Medicine, Boston, MA USA Phone: 617-525-5914; Fax: 617-525-5830; E-mail: jduffield@rics.bwh.harvard.edu View the PDF of this article at: ...

Chemical Society meeting Aug. 28 - Sept. 1 features variety of multidisciplinary research

...he ACS national meeting. The ACS News Service will post the releases, once an embargo is lifted, at www.chemistry.org/news. For media registration and meeting information go to: http://www.chemistry.org/portal/a/c/s/1/acsdisplay.html?DOC=news_serviceacs_media_reg.html...

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