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Purdue 'stealth compounds' attack cancer cells

...ts needed to put the brakes on the cells' abnormal growth can be readily delivered through the cell membrane only in pieces that then must be assembled by the cell. Scientists at Purdue University have developed a method for getting these compounds, called nucleotides, into tumor cells -- already assemble...

New approach to antibiotic resistance

...om surgery and others. They work by preventing the growth of bacteria that lead to infections. Wong said the researchers worked with aminoglycosides because they function differently than other antibiotics, preventing the formation of proteins that allow bacteria to live, instead of attacking the proteins a...

Study finds marijuana ingredient promotes tumor growth, impairs anti-tumor defenses

...hoactive component of marijuana, can promote tumor growth by impairing the body's anti-tumor immunity system...ns after the tumor cells were implanted, and tumor growth was assessed three times each week. To test the hypothesis that THC impairs tumor-specific immune s...

Express Scripts 1999 drug trend report: Seniors hit hardest by record 17.4-Percent prescription drug spending increase

...ojected-growth rate of 16.5 percent. By 2004, the growth rate is projected at 12.1 percent. "Although we believe the drug companies will moderate price increases due to increased public scrutiny, we also expect changes in plan designs like three-tier co-payment structures will encourage cost- effective beh...

Selective inhibitor can target specific enzyme that promotes cancer

Molecule designed to arrest tumor growth and spread A selective molecule able to target s...ively inhibit gelatinases, enzymes involved in the growth and spread of cancerous tumors, according to Shahriar Mobashery, Ph.D., who headed the research team...

War on bacteria could leave drug-resistant strains unchecked

...g we touch bacteria-free could instead promote the growth of drug-resistant strains, says a Tufts University physician who urges people to abandon their irrational fears and make peace with the beneficial bacteria surrounding us. Not only do most bacteria help keep harmful bacteria in check, they may even ...

Research study maps formation process of certain type of breast cancer

...ve been stimulated to grow. The on-off switch for growth in ER-negative cells is a "receptor" on the cell s...en the receptor meets a substance called epidermal growth factor (EGF), it signals the cell to begin dividing uncontrollably. In the new laboratory study, Bis...

In initial gene therapy trial, Jefferson scientists report successful gene transfer in Canavan disease

... disorders called leukodystrophies that affect the growth of the myelin sheath of the nerve fibers in the brain. The myelin sheath is the fatty covering surrounding the nerve cells that acts as an insulator. The disease is caused by a genetic flaw in which an enzyme fails to be produced. Symptoms of Canavan...

Bringing bone to the right places

...but haven't had a method that could stimulate bone growth to the areas that needed it. Now, Canadian researc...tain types of cells necessary for bone growth. The growth factors, the researchers hope, can help re-grow lost bone mass to the areas that need it. As we age,...

American award recognizes Swiss researchers

Discovered growth hormone that grew into versatile drug Wilfried ...first used to help patients who suffer from excess growth hormone. As a team, they will be designated one of 12 Heroes of Chemistry by the American Chemical S...

Drug delivery system may help fight osteoporosis

... at the desired site by blending proteins known as growth factors that stimulate the cells necessary for growth. The unique method means more than half of the carrier molecules go directly to the targeted bone, and the body eliminates the rest. When his team injected the drug into the legbones of rats, the ...

Most minorities don't reap benefits of California's strong labor market, according to UCSF researchers

...e much less likely than whites to benefit from the growth in jobs in the high technology sector because they are less likely than whites to have completed high school or college and much less likely than whites to report using a computer in their work places, she said. Among employed Californians, Latinos ...

Society for the Study of Impotence 2000 Fall Research Meeting In Cleveland September 15-17

...erectile dysfunction. Vascular endothelial growth factor (VEGF) as a possible treatment option for erectile dysfunction related to venous leak. Endothelial dysfunction as a cause of erectile dysfunction is independent of the ageing process when associated with hypercholestremia. The ...

Biological marker associated with depression in children uncovered by University of Pittsburgh researchers

...ory of major depression produce significantly less growth hormone (GH) than their normal peers when given growth hormone releasing hormone (GHRH). The researchers do not know whether the response is due to geneti...

Estimated costs of treating abnormal fat distribution and metabolic abnormalities in HIV-infected individuals

...reat fat maldistribution include recombinant human growth hormone, liposuction or plastic surgery. In the study, the costs for diagnosing FMMA were estimated to be $128.74 per patient. The total first year costs for diagnosing, treating and managing FMMA range from $410 for insulin resistance to $7,368 for...

Researchers take steps to growing replacement blood vessels

..."Our bodies already contain cells that trigger the growth of new blood vessels. We want...is to the stimulate capillary growth by angiogenic drugs released from implantable silicon capsules. ...

Interferon Alfa 2b extends overall survival and relapse-free survival in patients with high-risk melanoma, reports University of Pittsburgh-led U.S. I

...e vaccine with or without interferon alfa 2b, or a growth factor (GM-CSF) for immune cells, with the goal of inducing better T cell responses to melanoma. The UPCI has just initiated a novel vaccine that also targets a form of T cell that previously has not been capable of being stimulated by vaccines, the ...

Transgenic mice aid research into deadly cancer

...t of control," Dr. Morse explains, causing runaway growth of the immune system's B cells, which in turn leads to tumors called lymphomas. But scientists have much more to learn about how other genetic mutations, environmental factors and infectious agents, such as the Epstein-Barr virus, work together to ca...

Doctors use novel methods to more effectively treat lung cancer

...reatment can effectively control the rate of tumor growth with little toxicity despite locally advanced disease in the majority of patients, said Dr. Rosenzweig. To date, 20 patients have completed high dose radiation treatment using the breath hold technique with positive results....

Scientists declare global warming and human impacts are combining destructive forces on coral reefs

...warming, also directly harm corals, whose skeletal growth declines in carbon dioxide-enriched water. Richard Aronson, senior marine scientist at Alabamas Dauphin Island Marine Lab, made a statement at Fridays closing press conference, "there is clearly cause for grave concern for the future of coral reefs i...

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