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Scientists grow heart tissue in Bioreactor

...diac tissue that couldeventually be used to repair damaged heart tissue inside the body, test newdrugs, and study general cardiac tissue development and function. Although itcould theoretically lead to the creation of an entire heart, the researchersstress that substantial problems must be solved before that...

Sub-saharan African music, visibly stressed E. coli, and the sounds of Mars at National Acoustics meeting

...ineered e. coli bacteria to emitvisible light when damaged or subjected to mechanical stress which occurs, forinstance, when they are exposed to ultrasound waves in water. Different formsof stress such as protein damage and disturbances in their cell membrane causedifferent amounts of light to be emitted. ...

Immune system protein may be critical in kidney disorders and other diseases

...n the mice lacking CD2AP, theepithelial cells were damaged and the slit diaphragms were lost. The mice, developed by Shih and Li, died of kidney failure by the time they were6 weeks old. The researchers, including co-author Jeffrey H. Miner, Ph.D.,assistant professor of medicine and of cell biology and physi...

UI-led study indicates surgery is the best treatment for severe Bell's palsy paralysis

...dysfunctional cranial nerve that is believed to be damaged by the herpessimplex virus type I. The condition affects about 40,000 Americans per year.Although medication will help most individuals fully or almost fully recoverfrom Bell's palsy paralysis, about 10 to 15 percent of patients will not recoverunles...

Strain makes for stronger engineered tissues

...ues that someday may beused to replace diseased or damaged body parts, they face some dauntingchallenges. Even when tissues are successfully grown in the lab, the engineeredtissues are not as strong as the ones that nature makes. But new research by aUniversity of Michigan team suggests ways of enhancing t...

Cutting-edge research on hepatitis, liver transplants and liver disease to be revealed at national medical conference

...uch diversetopics as: Using alcohol to repair a damaged liver Prediction that Hepatitis C-related carcinoma will impact U.S. soon Prevalence and risk factors for hepatitis C infection in U.S. veterans Impact of race on response to anti-viral therapy in chronic Hepatitis Cpatients A pressroom will be...

Noveau neurons are better than no neurons at all

...ogy will be a step closer to replacing diseased or damaged neurons in human tissue....

Time-released capsule delivers 'growth factor' to improve coronary bypass surgery

...y improves blood flow to the heartby bypassing the damaged portion of the artery. However, in some patients whoseheart disease is widespread, or where the affected artery is very small, thebypass procedure is often unable to restore blood flow to the heart. Researchers wanted to learn whether the growth f...

New drug shows promise for saving lives from heart failure

... organs in the body. It occurs in hearts that are damaged or overworked after a heart attack, high blood pressure, heart valve disease, congenital defects or infection of the heart or its valves.Drugs used to treat heart failure include digitalis, which increases the heart's pumping action; diuretics, which...

OHSU scientists seek to advance the study of human disease by taking steps to clone identical monkeys through embryo splitting

...ell treatments, promise remedies to rebuild hearts damaged by attacks, spinal cord injuries and diabetes," said Schatten. " Identical monkeys are the most reliable and appropriate models in which to perfect these cures before clinical trials. Also, since these monkeys are identical, the environmental influen...

New plastic heals damaged nerves

...ently, the most effective way to repair a severely damaged nerve in the arm, leg or face is to remove a healt... from another part of the body and graft it to the damaged area. Now, researchers are experimenting with a new approach: using a biomaterial made of an electri...

Study links one human gene to multiple diseases of old age

... brake that stops cells from growing when they are damaged by toxins or radiation, thus giving them time for repair. During normal aging, the p21 gene also stops cells from dividing as the cells grow senescent. Using recombinant DNA methods, the UIC researchers turned on the p21 gene in human cells ...

Protease inhibitor could help prevent alzheimer's

...ther than treating the symptoms or coping with the damaged cells. "I think (memapsin 2) is one of the most promising targets for Alzheimer's disease to come along that can be translated into treatments," said Tang, head of the protein studies program at the Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation. "We have ac...

Brain scans of Gulf War veterans show brain damage

...ain cells have either been destroyed or become too damaged to function. The varying magnitude of loss of brain function explains why some veterans are sicker than others are, while some suffer only mild symptoms. As a consequence of having the greatest loss of brain cells, veterans with Syndrome 2 have t...

Humans can regrow liver from bone marrow

...cial livers need a living component to replace the damaged organ completely. "Liver cells, ironically, are hard to grow in culture. But stem cells should be much easier," he said, because they have not yet differentiated. Stem cells can be excellent targets for gene therapy, enabling doctors to transplant ...

The bone marrow is the source of mature liver cells

... cells over time because the woman's liver was not damaged by the bone marrow transplant, says Dr. Theise. In the liver tissue from the four men who received transplants from females, the researchers found liver cells with Y chromosomes, indicating that these cells had come from the bone marrow. Women's...

Product design and drug development breakthroughs help the environment

...nsecticide placed in soil completely surrounding a damaged building....

Drug therapy significantly extends lifespan of worms

... protects the mitochondria and the cell from being damaged by the mitochondrial toxic byproducts and allows them to function efficiently for much longer." Advancing age is a common component of many diseases, including Alzheimer's, Parkinson's, diabetes and cardiovascular disease. By affecting the aging pr...

Researchers take steps to growing replacement blood vessels

...ow tiny blood vessels to keep damaged heart tissue alive after a heart attack, by a process called therapeutic angiogenesis. "Our bodies already contain cells that trigger the growth of new blood vessels. We want to use tho...

Duke eye researchers describe cascade of events that may lead to retinal degeneration

...he different types of cells react when one type is damaged or dies. These findings provide a greater understanding of the cascade of events that can occur within a neural network." These findings are also important because they have implications for current research aimed at treating these retinal disor...

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