Tag: "study" at biology news

DFG research training groups become increasingly international

...s is ideal for applying specialised methods to the study of highly complex neurological problems. The inte...per Research Training Group work in a research and study programme that is usually interdisciplinary, under the supervision of professors who are distinguish...

For inferring the biological tree of life, simple is better

EUGENE, Ore. - A study published in the Oct. 21 Nature shows that the most widely used method for constructing the tree of life from DNA sequences is prone to error. However, a simpler method, largely abandoned in recent years, turns out to be far more accurate. These su...

Academics find that the finger of destiny points their way

...mone levels of women and long index fingers, a new study says. A survey of academics at the University of B... normally have higher levels of testosterone. The study draws on research which suggests that these unusual hormone levels in many male scientists cause the...

New DNA repair enzyme makes mistakes to save lives of cells

...ribed by University of Pittsburgh researchers in a study published online today, is believed to play a key ...fficient strategy in a crisis," he added. Further study will be required to determine how POL-Q's less-than-perfect workmanship is corrected by other DNA re...

Mitochondrial mutation linked to blood pressure and cholesterol problems

...clear correlation of mutation and disorder in this study was made possible by the evaluation of 142 people ...of the symptoms in each individual. While this study focuses on a rare mutation in mitochondria that provides a clear link to specific disorders, mitocho...

Molecule that helps DNA replicate may make good target for cancer therapy

...rked with baker's yeast, an organism often used to study basic biological mechanisms. First, a little background on how DNA replicates itself: Before DNA replication can begin, the two strands in the DNA double helix must be unwound. Next, multiple molecules of a certain protein attach to the strands to ke...

New genomic method can identify disease-causing genes

...for Medical Genomics in Basel, Switzerland. Other study participants included: Steve Shafer from Stanford University, Stanford, California; Anne Peuch from the Centre National de Gnotypage, France and John D. McPherson from the Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis, Missouri. ...

Mouse study: 'Critical' Down syndrome region isn't

...own syndrome research by using the mouse models to study the involvement of neural crest cells, precursors to structures affected in Down syndrome, including the face, heart and the nerves that serve the intestines....

Clues to improving TB treatment

...rculosis drugs like isoniazide and rifampicin, say study authors Alain Baulard of the Institut Pasteur de L...amille Locht of the Institut Pasteur de Lille. The study was supported in part by Rgion Nord-Pas de Calais, INSERM, CNRS and Institut Pasteur de Lille. ...

Study is looking at ways to help stroke survivors regain lost motor skills

...O Researchers are conducting a groundbreaking new study that may help stroke patients regain greater use o...imulation. Preliminary results of the feasibility study that precedes this new study have shown that the use of electrical stimulation, called motor cortex ...

UF scientist: 'Brain' in a dish acts as autopilot, living computer

...dical Engineering who uses cultured brain cells to study learning and memory. DeMarse was a postdoctoral researcher in Potter's laboratory at Georgia Tech before he arrived at UF. "A lot of people have been interested in what changes in the brains of animals and people when they are learning things," Pott...

Ancient sea spider fossils discovered in volcanic ash

...ith carbonate solids so we have a fossil record to study now." To create a picture of the fossils, the specimens were ground away a few microns at a time, each slice digitally imaged, and then the whole reconstructed using computer graphics. The reconstruction suggests that these exotic animals are indeed ...

Single genetic defect links many risk factors for heart disease and stroke

...her female relatives had the same problem. Further study of the family revealed a high frequency of high bl...ations in mitochondria. "What's unique about this study and this family is that there has never before been a report of a common genetic link among any of t...

Researchers discover gene mutations for Parkinson's disease

... inherited, the discovery of this gene and further study of how it works could open up new avenues of resea...elaying the onset of the disease. In research, the study of rare familial forms of a disease has often led to major insights into the pathogenesis of more co...

Genetics play role in response to most common asthma drug

...espond to albuterol, according to results of a new study of adults with mild asthma. Researchers in the As...ic Response by Genotype (BARGE) trial is the first study of an asthma drug in patients selected according to their genotype, or which forms of a specific gen...

Three years of Proba, the 'smart' satellite that runs itself

...ti-angular data makes it especially useful for the study of land vegetation cover. It is also useful for st... for the ESA-China Dragon Programme, including the study of flood-prone areas. CHRIS images are being used to generate reference maps to be compared with cri...

New method studies living bacterial cells

...rgonne National Laboratory have found a new way to study individual living bacteria cells and analyze their...l systems in natural subsurface environments. This study advanced the development of high-energy X-ray microprobes and methods for using the microprobes to i...

Study demonstrates Cenestin reduces sleep disturbances/night sweats in post-menopausal women

...ton, D.C., October 18, 2004 New data from a pilot study conducted by Martin B. Scharf, Ph.D., founder of T...f nocturnal hot flashes by nearly 80 percent. The study also found that women taking Cenestin experienced an improvement in sleep latency and total sleep ti...

Latest buzz in research: Intoxicated honey bees may clue scientists into drunken human behavior

...ht into alcohol's effects on human behavior, a new study suggests. "Alcohol affects bees and humans in simi...ning and memory processing," said Julie Mustard, a study co-author and a postdoctoral researcher in entomology at Ohio State University. Researchers gave hon...

Reductions in blood oxygen levels in newborns could contribute to ADHD development

...to subtle disturbances in blood oxygenation. This study demonstrates in rats, however, that while long-term decreases in the release of dopamine can occur following as few as five days of subtle, repetitive reductions in blood oxygen levels during a critical window of brain development, the hyperactivity ...

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

(Date:12/17/2014)... -- Valencell, a leader in performance biometric data sensor ... leaders such as Intel, Jabra, Atlas, and Scosche to ... These products will be showcased at CES 2015, taking ... . "Our partners choose PerformTek biometrics, ... with the clinical data to back it up," said ...
(Date:12/11/2014)... Research and Markets , ... http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/9ql3kr/biometrics_market ) has announced the addition of the ... to their offering. One major ... of multimodal biometric systems. Multimodal biometric systems utilize ... verification and identification purposes. This helps to reduce ...
(Date:12/10/2014)... Dec. 9, 2014  Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center today ... its School of Medicine. Funding for this $50 million ... that will be publicly launched next summer. ... the former 60 series R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Company complex, ... will begin immediately with plans to be ready to ...
Breaking Biology News(10 mins):Valencell PerformTek Biometrics Power the Most Accurate Wearables at CES 2015 2Biometrics Market in India 2015-2019: Key Vendors are 3M Cogent, NEC, Safran and Suprema 2Wake Forest Baptist to Build New Medical Education Facility In Wake Forest Innovation Quarter 2Wake Forest Baptist to Build New Medical Education Facility In Wake Forest Innovation Quarter 3Wake Forest Baptist to Build New Medical Education Facility In Wake Forest Innovation Quarter 4
Other Tags
obligationcitingmetastasizedandrogelinfectiouswiderefinedetectorswheatjordansyringevariablereleaseddiagnosenosederived