Tag: "transport" at medical news

Traffic fumes damage DNA

...d true even after adjusting for smoking or mode of transport to work. The authors conclude that traffic fumes boost oxygen free radical activity and therefore DNA damage, and that environmental levels should be curbed to protect people's health....

Compound may help prevent diabetes in fast-food fans

.... The compound also seems to facilitate the normal transport of fat into the adipose tissue, where it is normally stored, he adds. By contrast, fats that are taken into the body too quickly, as during a fast-food binge, tend to be rapidly shunted to non-adipose tissues such as the liver, heart and pancreas, wh...

Use of cell phone images appears feasible for visualizing leg wounds

... be solved with this type of teleconsultation. The transport of the patient to the patient to the hospital or the physician's office could be replaced, and this approach could potentially save the health care system money. we plan a second study that will investigate whether this type of teleconsultation can e...

Transport system smuggles medicines into brain

...s into the brain. Her approach made use of an iron transport system located on the blood-brain barrier. The sma...rain by another protein. A major advantage of this transport system with vesicles is that larger molecules can pass through the BBB. The vesicle has a diameter o...

World-first living donor islet cell transplant a success

...lets are often severely injured from cold storage, transport time and the pancreas is severely damaged by toxins which circulate in the blood stream after brain death." "Our expectation is that these islets from near-perfect organs will work better, although it's too early to tell," he says. The recipients us...

Need better social research but it doesn't come cheap

...e question in the context of more jobs, convenient transport or our children's health, and the response may be quite different." But he warns that finding ways of conducting a more thorough investigation of people's thoughts and feelings is likely to make heavier demands both on those questioned and the resear...

From town planning to intimate sex: Understanding the risks in our lives

... people want when decisions about the environment, transport or health care are being made; and differences between ethnic or gay groups in the way they think about risk. Professor Taylor-Gooby said: "Life is more uncertain. No one has a job for life - the average length of marriage grows shorter all the ti...

Disaster management: Better management of hospital resources and staff is the answer

...pre-hospitalissues such as triage, evacuation, and transport of casualties, and haslargelyassumed that hospital management would occur as planned. The intensive care unit (ICU) is an essential link in the chain of eventsthatfollow a disaster, write Farmer and colleagues. Hospitals across the worldhavelimited b...

New network of gastrointestinal immune cells discovered

...hogens, they ingest them, break them down and then transport protein fragments to the cellular membrane. On the cells' surface the fragments are displayed to other immune system cells, which will recognize the proteins as antigens to be destroyed. Exactly how dendritic cells monitor intestinal contents and r...

Care of rural stroke patients improves with telephone support

...ble patients and the availability of emergency air transport and willingness of paramedics to provide the care needed. ...

International gathering at UH examines top computer code

...ngs. A course on FLUKA, one of the top radiation transport computer codes in the world, is coming to the University of Houston Jan. 10-14, 2005. Called a Monte Carlo Radiation Transport Code because of how it uses random numbers like rolls of the dice to simulate the statistical effects of radiation tran...

Lab study: Protein delivered via genetically engineered virus slowed glioblasoma multiforme growth

.... Genetically engineered viruses are used to transport genes and/or proteins into cells and have been used in gene therapy research for the last ten years. Just like a viral infection, they work by tricking cells into accepting them as part of their own genetic coding. To make them safe, scientists rem...

Two-fisted assault on dopamine transport system may be foundation of Parkinson's disease

...ree radicals, the destruction of microtubules that transport dopamine to the brain's movement cente, and eventu...movement center, causing a back-up in the dopamine transport system. Meanwhile, the backed-up dopamine accumulates in the neuron's cytoplasm and breaks down, cau...

Impact of 2002 Canadian forest fires felt 700 miles away in Baltimore, Maryland

...imilar analogies can be drawn about the long-range transport of pollutants from man-made sources. This undersco...s together to tackle the issue of transcontinental transport of air pollution," said Amir Sapkota, PhD, lead author of the study and a post-doctoral fellow in th...

UCSD researchers identify new role for drugs in prevention, treatment of atherosclerosis

...rtery wall by regulating the genes involved in the transport and metabolic breakdown of cholesterol, called LXR...cholesterol" in the blood. The discovery that this transport process is stimulated by Rosiglitazone provides an important clue as to how PPAR-gamma might prevent...

Spina bifida: 70% of cases preventable by folic-acid supplementation

...it is likely to include genes that regulate folate transport and metabolism. The authors also outline how individuals with spina bifida need both surgical and medical management. Although surgical closure of the malformation is generally done in the neonatal period, a randomised clinical trial to assess in ut...

Ultrasound-aided therapy better than stroke drug alone, trial finds

...researchers think that this "jiggle" improves drug transport to and around the clot and helps to open more blocked vessels faster than can be expected with t-PA therapy alone....

Hong Kong think tank calls for pollution standards

...y that goes into the factories and the trucks that transport goods to the ports. This contributes significantly to some of the high concentrations of pollutants to the region." Reducing those pollutants wouldn't add much to the cost of export goods, said Streets. Upgrading motor vehicle emission standards and ...

Scientists discover enzyme crucial to HIV replication

...virus co-opts an enzyme produced by human cells to transport HIV's genetic material out of the cell nucleus. Once out of the nucleus, these messenger RNAs begin directing the cell to create and assemble new virus particles. The process of how HIV genetic material--a long unedited strand of RNA--exits the cell ...

New hope for ALS seen with genetic techniques, growth factors

... up by the nerve endings. If so, the neurons might transport the gene back to the cell body and produce VEGF in the spinal cord, where it could provide help to other neurons. Alternatively, the VEGF protein itself might be taken up by the neurons and transported to the cell bodies. "These results raise hope f...

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