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Animal studies indicate new approach for treating end-stage skin and kidney cancers

...e is developing a proprietary family of drugs that mimic the catalytic activity of SOD to address the diseases and conditions resulting from excessive superoxide production. In pre-clinical models, the lead candidate from this family has suggested the potential to combat such diseases and conditions more ...

Highest known catalytic rate for superoxide dismutation achieved

...ds, part of a family being developed by Metaphore, mimic the action of the bodys prime free radical fightin...e is developing a proprietary family of drugs that mimic the catalytic activity of SOD to address the diseases and conditions resulting from excessive supero...

MetaPhore Pharmaceuticals initiates Phase I clinical trial of enzyme mimetic compound for oncology

...amily of enzyme mimetic compounds that effectively mimic the action of one of the bodys primary free-radical fighting mechanisms, the natural enzyme superoxide dismutase (SOD). In addition to cancer, MetaPhore is developing these compounds as drug candidates for pain and other diseases and conditions ...

UF researchers: rural residents less apt to seek Alzheimer's care from family doctors

...lzheimer's. Moreover, some memory impairments that mimic Alzheimer's may actually be caused by other treatable problems, such as infections, nutritional deficiencies and medication side effects. Current questionnaires for detecting dementia are lengthy and time-consuming to administer, making it difficul...

Study suggests that potential Alzheimer drugs might be dangerous

...y fewer T cells than untreated ones. These results mimic previous observations of thymus cells lacking the appropriate Notch protein. The researchers therefore concluded that inhibiting gamma-secretase prevents T cells from maturing properly. To see whether compound #11 affects later stages of T cell devel...

Wayne State chemist wins national award for new ways to make nature's molecules

... to study heart muscle contractions. The other can mimic neurodegenerative disorders such as Huntingtons disease. The organic chemist said he always liked science while growing up. But a research project during his senior year in college showed him chemical studies were what he wanted to do, he added. #...

Scientists succeed in blocking transmission of cell-associated AIDS virus

... stymied by the lack of an animal model that could mimic this type of transmission. In the present study, the researchers tell how they developed a mouse that is susceptible to the vaginal transmission of cell-associated HIV, but that is not susceptible to infection by cell-free virus. "These animals," sa...

Tanning lamps may increase risks of skin cancers

...un is a major cause of skin cancer. Tanning lamps mimic sunlight and provide such an intense, concentrated dose of UVR, we would predict that people who use these devices may get skin cancers," Karagas said. "Also, tanning lamp users often get a burn like a sunburn, and sunburns are linked to the risk of...

American Thoracic Society Journal news tips for February (first issue)

...holine are the most commonly used trigger tests to mimic BHR. In his study, Dr. deMeer investigated the association between markers of airway inflammation and BHR to the testsAMP and methacholine in 230 largely asymptomatic young adults. The researchers concluded that AMP responsiveness appears to relate ...

UM researchers use 'artificial intelligence' for first time to diagnose colon tumors

Using highly sophisticated computer programs that mimic human intelligence, researchers at the University ...ngs, not just in cancer," he says. "These networks mimic the human brain, in that they can be trained to recognize specific disease lesions or subtle differe...

Scientific society offers development sessions for industrial members

...obotic) robots and the techniques inventors use to mimic the human bodys flexibility and functions, and the Ross-Hime Designs Robotic Surrogate anthrobot. Chemical engineering challenges also will be presented. An anthrobotic robot will be on display in the booth on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday Bruce T. ...

Study could lead to exercise-mimicking drug

...activating the signaling protein calcineurin could mimic some of the effects of endurance exercise. In the ...his question could lead to new drug therapies that mimic the effects of regular exercise for individuals unable to exercise, but who need its benefits, Willi...

Artificial organs

...r and using 3D computer modelling and machining to mimic its construction. First, they injected a liquid plastic into the blood vessels of a liver. Once the plastic had solidified, they dissolved the liver tissue, leaving a solid cast of the organ's blood vessels. From this model they were able to take m...

Special cell prevents diabetes in mouse model, report University of Pittsburgh researchers

...o be able to get the bone marrow dendritic cell to mimic the B220+ cell in other ways as well, before we can consider any kind of human trial. But thus far, we are very encouraged by these results," commented John J. Fung, M.D., Ph.D., Thomas E. Starzl Professor of Surgery at the University of Pittsburgh S...

Family history of hypertension is related to maladaptive behavioral responses

... tracing task, and two interpersonal role-plays to mimic stressful mental activities. Both the males and the females in the PH + group had higher resting heart rates than the females and males in the PH group. Furthermore, those in the PH + group had their systolic blood pressure go up more during the men...

Whitewater death inspires students to create safer helmet

...tudents also assembled an impact-test apparatus to mimic a high-speed collision between the helmet and a rock. Their test indicated the prototype helmet should absorb enough energy to prevent a serious head injury. Much of the helmets protective power comes from three layers of EVA foam installed inside th...

UNC studies add new dimension to 'lock-and-key' theory of drug action

...s in isolated cells. The drugs used in the studies mimic dopamine, a neurochemical playing a key role in se...luding dihydrexidine and propyldihydrexidine, that mimic dopamine by binding to a special type of protein called a dopamine receptor. Under accepted theory, ...

Wayne State and Virginia chemist wins national award for work with drugs

...we began to look at groups of molecules that would mimic the sugars in hopes they might complex with the parasite, virus or bacterium -- and by 'complexing' with it would prevent it from attacking the host cell," said Johnson. "And we tried to make those molecules using unusual chemistry." For instance, he...

Tissue engineers steering stem cells to produce bone, cartilage

...s refining its cell growth methods to more closely mimic the normal development of cartilage and bone cells. Elisseeff and her colleagues have submitted some of their lab results to a peer-reviewed journal. NOTE: Color Images of Prof. Elisseeff in her lab available; contact Phil Sneiderman Related links: ...

Sleep and sedation controlled in same brain centre, say scientists

...arch might lead to the design of anaesthetics that mimic non-REM sleep more accurately, reducing post-operative fatigue," said Professor Maze....

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