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Highlights of chemical society national meeting in San Diego, March 13-17

...out its possible resurgence. Researchers in Taiwan say that they have discovered a potential way to keep ...searchers at Massachusetts Institute of Technology say they have moved a step closer to effective vocal cord regeneration. The researchers have developed n...

Chemists identify key gene in development of type 1 diabetes

SAN DIEGO, March 17 Chemists say they have identified a gene that appears to play a...rldwide. They described their findings, which they say could lead to new drug interventions and possibly gene therapy, today at the 229th national meeting ...

Tips from the Journals of the American Society for Microbiology

...tates citizens returning from Mexico and Guatamala say researchers from the U.S., Guatemala, Mexico and S...TD during extended stays in developing countries," say the researchers. The high frequency of NoV infection among TD cases examined in this study suggests...

Neuroscientists locate 'imaginary' colors

...black-and-white letters or numbers. The results, say researchers from the University of California, San Diego and the Salk Institute for Biological Studies, lend support to the hypothesis that cross-activation of adjacent brain regions is the mechanism underlying synesthesia. "We specifically designe...

Fish oil holds promise in Alzheimer's fight

...e to perform better on memory tests. The studies, say the scientists, suggest that even people who are genetically predisposed to the disease may be able to delay it by boosting their DHA intake. Omega-3 fatty acids, typically deficient in the American diet, are essential for human health. DHA in part...

Researchers trace evolution to relatively simple genetic changes

..." Ordinarily, "you wouldn't look at that gene and say it's an obvious candidate for dramatically changing skeletal structures in wild animals that end up completely viable and healthy,' he said. "Eda gene mutations cause a disease in humans, but not in the fish. So this is the first time mutations have ...

Researchers call for expanding the repertoire in studying birdsong

...ng the human brain and how humans acquire language say it's time for the burgeoning field to begin singin...f Washington professors of psychology and biology, say that while a great deal of knowledge has been gleaned by studying songbirds over the past three deca...

Modular Genetics, Inc., strikes deal with Monsanto

... strong collaborative relationship with Monsanto," say Jarrell, who is president and chief scientific officer of MGI. "We feel this relationship validates our technology, demonstrating its utility as a tool for creating valuable new bioengineered products." The Technology Development Fund, the oldest un...

Components in grapes inhibit enzyme key to proliferation of cancer cells

...zyme crucial to the proliferation of cancer cells, say scientists at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. The work -- done using advanced molecular tools with grape-cell cultures and the target enzyme for new anti-cancer strategies -- helps to identify which flavonoids in grapes and red wine a...

Sea skate experiment sheds light on human cell transport

... ability to transport glucose. Goldstein and Musch say their findings could explain the problem. People with type 1 diabetes don't produce insulin. Without that hormone, vesicles aren't inserted into cell membranes and glucose can't be moved between cells. And when channels are blocked, damaged cells ca...

Autism linked to mirror neuron dysfunction

...are working normally. But in autistic individuals, say researchers from the University of California, San Diego, the brain circuits that enable people to perceive and understand the actions of others do not behave in the usual way. According to the new study, currently in press at the journal Cognitive ...

New findings about protection against pneumococcal disease

... these cells did not develop immunity. "Textbooks say that naturally-acquired protection against pneumococcal disease depends on the development of antibody against the capsule of the bacterium," says Malley, who is also an assistant professor in pediatrics at Harvard Medical School. "We were surprised ...

Solving sleep problems helps epileptic children

...y children with epilepsy are often so hyperactive, say researchers with the University of Florida's Evelyn F. and William L. McKnight Brain Institute. Characterized at its extreme by physical convulsions, epilepsy has long been thought to cause excitability and contrariness in children. But UF researcher...

'Free-for-all' illegal logging of mahogany in Peruvian parks, says Duke-based monitoring group

...any stands growing in the Alto Purs area. "When we say 'high densities of commercially viable mahogany' we're talking about only one big tree in a hectare (2 1/2 acres) or less," she noted. "In general, it is a tree that is not easy to regenerate," Martinez said. "And the loggers go for the mature trees,...

Legendary Siberian tiger, Olga, killed by poachers

... just being completed. However, it is too early to say just how many tigers remain. Nonetheless, tigers are considered extremely rare, and in danger of extinction throughout their range. "Since we first radio-collared her in 1992, Olga lived largely outside of protected areas, in forests heavily used b...

Rounduphighly lethal to amphibians, finds University of Pittsburgh researcher

...le result that we see," said Relyea. "It's fair to say that nobody would have guessed Roundup was going to be so lethal to amphibians."...

Alcoholism reduces male heart's ability to synthesize protein; possible therapy target?

...may be more vulnerable to ACM," since some reports say that ACM develops in women with a lower total lifetime exposure to alcohol." Penn State physiologists test role of protein metabolism, synthesis Researchers at Pennsylvania State University College of Medicine's Cellular and Molecular Physiology De...

The petroleum umbrella

...xis at the ocean bottom. Anyway, the investigators say the research has to be confirmed in order to draw definitive conclusions. Above all, further parameters have to be taken into account and monitoring over a longer period of time has to be undertaken. Furthermore, the North Sea is not the easiest zone...

Gene mutation protecting against malaria linked to prostate cancer incidence in African-American men

...roximately the same time, which is not surprising, say the researchers, since chemokines have not been linked to the formation of cancer, just to its spread through angiogenesis. Once the mice's tumors formed and began to grow, however, the story was very different. In mice bred to have the mutation, an...

Ophthalmologists and physicists team up to design 'bionic eye'

...or most patients with AMD and RP," the researchers say in their paper. "However, if one could bypass the photoreceptors and directly stimulate the inner retina with visual signals, one might be able to restore some degree of sight." To that end, the researchers plan to directly stimulate the layer undern...

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