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UB Plants "Seeds" By Investing In Research Projects; Researchers Leverage Investment 14 Times Over

...tion deficit disorder in the brain by developing a primate model for the condition. Their attempts to get external funding followed a typical course. In their first attempt to get external funding, they scored well, but not high enough to get support, and were in the process of revising their proposal. With...

Visual Environment Can Affect Even Healthy Eyes --- Nature Works With Nuture For Good Vision

...er. The studies reported here differ from previous primate experiments because former ones were conducted on one eye, using the other as a control. This is the first time that such treatments have been tested and then compared with a large population of monkeys with two normal eyes. Thus, future mod...

New Vaccine Provides Protection From HIV In Monkeys

...r is the oldest scientific institutiondedicated to primate research. Its programs cover a wide range of biomedical andbehavioral sciences....

UI study suggests variable effects of fetal alcohol syndrome on brain

...the alcoholexposure. Miller said that although the primate and human clinical studies differ on theeffect alcohol has on corpus callosum size, the studies agree that the part mostaffected is the rostral portion. He described his findings as "more provocative than coming up with anysolutions." He hopes his s...

Study spotlights uniqueness of human brain

...sually large brains compared to apes, our closest primate relatives. Butuntil now, evidence of differences in the internal structure of human andprimate brains has been lacking. In a groundbreaking study published today by the National Academy of Sciences, ateam of scientists led by Dr. Todd Preuss of the U...

Duke team seeks novel vaccine strategy for HIV

... "Our role in this project is to use our non-human primate models toexplore novel vaccine strategies for preventing HIV infection," Letvin said. "Any successes in these monkey studies should rapidly translate into success inhumans. The power of the models we have developed is enormous. "The virus (S...

Yale study of long-term learning deficits resulting from repeated amphetamine exposure could help drug abusers

...gate the biochemical and structural changes in the primate brain that could account for the behavioral deficits....

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

...icated the naturally occuring birth of a non-human primate twin using a lab technique called embryo splitting...lnesses. However, the lack of identical, non-human primate models has posed a hurdle to researchers - until now. "This research is an encouraging step that ...

MCG researchers find clues in process that enables working memory

...rotein which was identified by researchers in the primate brain may help explain why schizophrenics typically lack normal working memory yet have normal dopamine D1 receptors. "Anything that regulates how the dopamine D1 receptor works could be a candidate for a gene that is defective in schizophrenia," Dr...

Parenting, stress and your child's risk for alcoholism

...rongest marker we've found so far in the non-human primate that predicts alcohol consumption." He added that, "to the extent that this can be generalized to humans, we may have identified a biological predictor of future alcohol problems." Higley said the second implication is that "early-rearing experienc...

'Bird brains' take heart-our feathered friends are no slouch at cognition

... combinatorial behavior was thought to be a purely primate trait, derived from primate brain area. The fact that we are finding this in animals so far removed from primates is exciting," ...

Researchers demonstrate direct, real-time brain control of cursor

...o hit a target. The research was conducted using a primate model. Three Rhesus monkeys received brain implant...nd substituted the reconstructed signal. While the primate continued to move its hand as if playing the game, cursor motion actually was controlled solely by b...

Primate bushmeat : Populations exposed to simian immunodeficiency viruses

...16%. SIV infection was identified in 13 of the 16 primate species examined, four of them previously not know... Africa, particularly through hunting and handling primate bushmeat the possibility of additional zoonotic transfers of primate lentiviruses from species other...

Researchers uncover brain patterns that differentiate humans from chimpanzees

...s noted that the striking difference between these primate cousins is most evident in their brains. The disparity appears to be the result of evolutionary differences in gene and protein expression, the manner in which coded information in genes is activated in the brain, then converted into proteins that c...

First human tests under way of HIV vaccine pioneered at UNC

...or, or delivery system for the vaccine. Subsequent primate tests showed the technology held promise. Now, with approval from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration and the South African Medicines Control Council, a prototype HIV vaccine based on VEE technology has moved on to a human trial. Joining Johnston a...

Exercise has a more powerful impact on the brain than previously thought

...te that exercise has an effect on capillaries in a primate brain. "Our research indicates that physical exercise is good for the brain not just because of its effect on peripheral tissues, such as the heart and major body arteries, but also because of its direct effects on brain vasculature," says Rhyu. The...

New vaccine tested in animals may hold hope for Alzheimer's patients

...show clearance of amyloid beta by vaccination in a primate model," said Lemere, "thus providing further evidence for the potential use of such a vaccine in humans." Earlier studies that showed mice had increased amyloid clearance after vaccination led to clinical trials to test the treatment in humans. Howev...

Mayo researchers observe genetic fusion of human, animal cells -may help explain origin of AIDS

...irus that causes AIDS in humans originated in wild primate populations and crossed into humans a few decades ago. More recently, scientists have thought that the coronavirus responsible for SARS crossed into humans from wild animals such as the palm civet cats of Asia. A Possible New Model for Understanding...

New animal model for Alzheimer vaccine

... A study published today describes a promising new primate model for testing a potential Alzheimer's disease vaccine. This may enable scientists to study the vaccine in an animal model of Alzheimer's that is very similar to humans. The goal is to discover the cause of serious side effects that halted an ea...

Jefferson Alzheimer's vaccine shows promise in animal model

...Center at Emory University in Atlanta to develop a primate model of plaque formation. Such a model also provides a more "useful model of cognitive decline," he says, noting the mouse's "behavioral repertoire is limited." While the model will provide a model for pathology and behavioral aspects o...

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