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Scientists can now see sense of smell

...thebrain. They increased its resolution tenfold to detect changes in the tinyhair-thin olfactory structures,... Rubin's and Katz's objective was to visually detect when a specificodorant triggered the activity of a specific glomerulus -- tiny basketlikestructures ...

Implanted defibrillators and anti-theft systems appear safe under normal circumstances

... The anti-theft machines use an electronic beam to detect security-taggedmerchandise being carried out of a store. The defibrillator can interpret theelectronic beam as a rapid heartbeat for which the defibrillator is programmedto deliver a shock. Douglas P. Zipes, M.D., the study's lead author, says, "...

Advances in 'On the Spot' tests have huge public health implications

...earch for life in space and the military's need to detect biological warfare agents says Prof Borriello. In...ts swallow a small capsule that has the ability to detect pathogens (microorganisms that cause disease), transmit the data to a physician or advice centre and...

New imaging method detects abnormalities in the brain's tiny blood vessels

...tients and failed to provide sharp enoughimages to detect the extent of lesions in two instances. Benjamin C.P. Lee, M.D., associate professor of pediatrics andradiology, was lead author of the study, which is published in the August issueof the American Journal of Neuroradiology. He also is a diagn...

Study shows benefit of pioneering U-M program for newborns at risk of hearing impairment

...rtance of training pediatricians and newparents to detect early signs of hearing loss in healthy babies." The babies were all treated in the neonatal intensive care unit of the U-M'sC.S. Mott Children's Hospital. Under the U-M's guidelines, all babies who areborn with or develop one or more of 10 risk facto...

National Cancer Institute to support statewide UNC-CH colon cancer study

...apel Hill researchers who are trying toprevent and detect earlier an illness once called "the cancer nobody talksabout." The grant was one of six given nationally from about 70 proposals fromvarious U.S. research groups responding to an institute request for studies ofhealth communication and cancer...

UI researchers discover that aggressive cancer cells may make their own blood vessels

...ssible to develop new non-invasiveimaging tests to detect aggressive cancers. These tests may complement andperhaps even substitute for some forms of invasive biopsies." Although the UI researchers focused their attention on ocular and skin melanoma,they have preliminary data suggesting that this phenomenon...

'Sun-glasses' in the eye

...ectron microscopy, the Frankfurt group was able to detect for the firsttime a glutamate receptor in the terminals of the photoreceptor cells.Functional studies using isolated photoreceptor cells showed that the activationof mGluR8 triggers a chain of reactions leading to a decrease in the calciumconcentrati...

University of Pittsburgh study finds that simple test spots early signs of heart disease in women

...he beatingheart or aorta with X-rays to accurately detect the presence of calcification. Calcium in these ar...ing these factors with results from new tests that detect subtle signs ofatherosclerosis. These early indications of the disease are not picked upthrough con...

New test can better uncover hidden breast cancer

... significantly improves on the standard methods to detect cancer inthe lymph nodes. It requires a mix of two... change in the cancer cells that a pathologist can detect under themicroscope. Even very small numbers of cancer cells, which usually are extremelydifficult t...

UCSF breast cancer expert collaborates with Dalai Lama's doctor in Tibetan medicine study: Women needed to participate in trial

...ce of herurine. These finely tuned techniques may detect subtle underlying differences betweentwo breast cancer patients that conventional Western diagnosis often overlooks,Tripathy said. Further, he believes that Tibetan treatment, which providesindividual therapies for each woman, may have a greater insi...

A new ion channel involved in cell proliferation: evidence for its oncogenic potential

... external signaland any of the checkpoints fail to detect the error, or if the mechanismsdesigned to delete ...r the possibility to design a diagnostic method to detect a potential cancerby measuring the presence of EAG outside its normal location. The ion channel wit...

Yale and state researchers develop improved test for new tick disease

...oped a new,simpler and more reliable blood test to detect a recently discovered diseasecalled ehrlichiosis, which is carried by deer ticks. The test will make it less cumbersome for patients with the telltale flu-likesymptoms to be screened for the disease. It also will allow researchers todetermine whether...

Vitamin A compound may help protect younger women against breast and ovarian cancers

... though much less common than breast, is harder to detect early and therefore more deadly. This year, Europe and the United States each will have an estimated 25-30,000 new ovarian diagnoses and close to 15,000 deaths due to ovarian cancer. "We are excited about the prospect of a therapy to prevent a diseas...

UF study shows contemporary method accurately predicts cancer risk

... -- a very fantastic advance -- our efforts aim to detect cancer much earlier so patients have a better outcome," she said....

New treadmill 'scores' may help physicians better diagnose heart disease

...computed tomography (EBCT) -- which uses X-rays to detect calcium in heart arteries -- is viewed by many as the "state of the art" for diagnosing heart disease. "Our findings show that these newer, more expensive tests have no real advantages over treadmill tests in producing an accurate diagnosis when scor...

Impotence may be early warning of heart disease

...ures electrical signals from the heart, is used to detect diseased blood vessels of the heart," says Marc R....rt arteries and then an X-ray is taken in order to detect blockages. Six of the 20 had blockages in all three major heart arteries, seven had two arteries th...

Club drugs take center stage in new national education and prevention initiative by NIDA and national partners

...k of community coalitions is positioned locally to detect and act on new trends in substance abuse. Our distribution of the Bulletin to our members, who represent neighborhoods across the country, will provide them with a powerful educational tool to address this dangerous problem," said CADCA Chairman and...

'Chaos' theory empowers researchers to predict epileptic seizures

...or to the creation of implantable devices that can detect signs a seizure isapproaching and deliver medicati... think that implantable devices can bedeveloped to detect the preseizure state and automatically act to thwart it. They noted that suchdevices have been devel...

Drug combination shows potent punch against HIV in children

...sidered to be at undetectable levels if tests that detect as few as 50 copies of virus particles in each milliliter of blood were negative. Before the study, the children had more than 400 particles per milliliter, enough to cause signs such as failure to thrive and an enlarged liver. Children with undetect...

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