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Diatom genome reveals key role in biosphere's carbon cycle
...ource for many other marine organisms. Scientists would
like to better understand how these organisms react to changes in sea temperatures, the amount of light penetrating the oceans, and nutrients. "Oceanographers thought we understood how diatoms use nitrogen, but we discovered they have a urea cycle, ...
NIH awards new $14.5 million, five-year grant to the Scripps Research Institute
...ral Biology and Membrane Proteins Ideally, one would
like to be able to stick a molecule under a micros...outside of the cell membrane and solving it as one would
any soluble protein. But the problem with this is that it ignores what happens inside the membrane -...
US researchers show cottonseed drug is cancer treatment booster
... their cell and animal data show that (-)-gossypol would
make radiotherapy andchemotherapy more powerful and overcome the resistance to drug and radiation treatment caused by high levels of Bcl-2/xL. Gossypol was researched as a male contraceptive in China as long ago as 1929 although the results were not ...
32 new grants made for innovative technology R&D
...lamp package with an integrated chip approach that would
more than quadruple the brightness and double the efficiency of existing LED systems and significantly reduce the cost per lumen. Crystal IS, Inc. (Latham, N.Y.) Processes for Growing Large, Single-Crystal Aluminum NitrideDevelop cost-effective...
Commandeering cellular machinery: recognition mechanism to detect small molecules
...ognize the small molecules we want to detect. That would
allow us to develop a new type of sensing mechanis...d then finding a few re-engineered receptors that would
have the ability to bind to a molecule known as LG335. (LG335 is structurally similar to Targretin,...
Of lice and men
...ting with them, the type of lice on archaic humans would
have gone extinct with their hosts instead of jump...breeding occurred, the two groups of lice probably would
not have remained genetically distinct for the last 1.18 million years, Rogers says. ...
A treatment, not a cure: Calcium silicate neutralizes an acidic stream
...r four months. It is likely that a larger addition would
have resulted in a longer neutralizing effect. Wollastonite degraded slowly in the system; as a result water chemistry fluctuations were smaller than seen during limestone additions. While the study's findings are useful to land managers looking for ...
Fungus knocks a frog down but not out, raising questions about amphibian declines
...n live as normal healthy frogs. Understanding that would
give us some insight into how the fungus operates in the wild." The researchers found a steady rate of infection from year to year, but a higher rate of infection in samples taken during the cooler seasons, leading the researchers to specula...
HHMI researchers Richard Axel and Linda Buck win 2004 Nobel Prize
... send signals to the brain. The receptor proteins would
be the key to answering two basic questions about ...e certain DNA sequences, Buck designed probes that would
recognize these sequences in a pool of rat DNA. Next, she assumed that the odorant receptors are mem...
How roots control plant shoots
... while overriding the genetic signal that normally would
inhibit growth, Sieburth says. The new study was... compacted soil are likely because such conditions would
threaten the plant's survival were it not for a signal telling the leaves to stop growing. Earlier ...
Research team develops nonhuman primate model of smallpox infection
...xt tried to determine whether lower doses of virus would
produce a less accelerated disease course. In orde...ore closely mimic human smallpox, the animal model would
include near uniform mortality, but a longer mean time to death. Using a ten-fold lower dose, howeve...
Stanford researchers establish center for physics-based simulations of biological structures
...as a courtesy appointment in Computer Science. "We would
like to bring this capability to all biologists in a routine way." The grant, which holds the possibility for renewal for another five years, aims to build an easy-to-use software package allowing high-quality physical modeling. Altman's vision? "A ...
Stanford cooling tool may improve performance of athletes, soldiers
...otective overgarment out into the desert, where he would
normally have a limited survival time, and he coul...rove for athletes and many others. "Our technology would
certainly give athletes a clear competitive edge," Grahn notes. "We've seen that the rapid increases...
Mayo Clinic awarded major NIH contract for smallpox genomics research
...opulation Genetics Analysis Program. The programs would
investigate immune-response gene polymorphisms that affect an individual's susceptibility to infection, as well as their response to vaccination. Researchers also will study potential cellular and hormonal responses to smallpox vaccination. Dr. P...
Plants provide model for new shape-changing materials
...l materials. The protein structures under analysis would
then be used to develop a synthetic material that ...c materials to a morphing aircraft wing. This wing would
dynamically change its shape and control surfaces during flight. An analogy would
be a hawk that is ...
Putting physiology into the Nobel Prize: 2004 marks 100th anniversary of Pavlov's award
... as a body of knowledge and a way of thinking that would
diminish these difficulties." Perhaps the most unu...ly after receiving his Nobel Prize in 1904, Pavlov would
change his research program at the age of 55 andgo on to invent a new field research, e.g., the inve...
Protein energy profiles offer clues about amyloids
...mplex; even the fastest supercomputer in the world would
take decades to simulate all of the chemical interactions that take place when a single protein folds itself into its characteristic shape. Despite this mystery and complexity, Clementi and colleagues believe they are creating a statistical method th...
New biosensor rapidly detects deadly foodborne pathogen
...cells can cause illness. Cooking would
kill many of the L. monocytogenes cells that can grow at refrigeration temperature, but many ready-to-eat products, such as deli meats, smoked fish, cheeses and hot dogs, aren't always cooked by consumers before consumption, Bhunia said. ...
September/October 2004 Annals of Family Medicine tip sheet
...er found that although patients want contact, most would
never initiate it they consider that the responsi...n in primary care practice-based research networks would
require a substantial start-up effort and ongoing training and support at the practice site. Expl...
'Immediately open access' option for the leading journal Genome Research
...he entire cost of publication, the charge required would
be beyond all but the most well-funded scientists, excluding work from many exceptional laboratories worldwide." Its diversity of financial support is an important reason that the "immediately open access" option is possible for Genome Research and ...
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