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Childhood viral infection may be a cause of obesity 2010-09-21
Author: EurekAlert
From: Bioscience Technology
The emerging idea that obesity may have an infectious origin gets new support in a cross-sectional study by University of California, San Diego School of Medicine researchers who found that children exposed to a particular strain of adenovirus were significantly more likely to be obese.
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Prostate cancer community calls for better early detection and treatment 2010-09-17
Author: EurekAlert
From: Bioscience Technology
Prostate cancer is the most common and the second-most lethal cancer in American men. African American men have a 60 percent higher incidence and 250 percent higher mortality rate.
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NGS Delivers Fundamental Research Shift 2010-09-16
Author: Elaine Wong-Ho
From: Drug Discovery & Development
Sequencing instruments based on automation of the Sanger method can now handle 1000 base pairs per run. Sanger technology allowed for the completion of the Human Genome Project in 13 years at an estimated cost of $2.7 billion. However, the constantly expanding needs for genome sequence data drove de
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New Method Devised for Detecting High-Risk Cardiovascular Disease 2010-09-13
Author: Medimaging International staff writers
From: Medical Imaging International
Researchers have for the first time developed a way to visualize coronary artery plaques susceptible to rupture using multicolor computed tomography (CT) imaging, a development that should lead to better and earlier diagnosis, and subsequently, treatment of cardiovascular disease.
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Researchers Identify New Gene for Memory 2010-09-12
Author: Eric Sauter
From: The Scripps Research Institute
A team led by a Scripps Research Institute scientist has for the first time identified a new gene that is required for memory formation in Drosophila, the common fruit fly. The gene may have similar functions in humans, shedding light on neurological disorders such as Alzheimer's disease or human le
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New treatment activates death program in cancer cells 2010-09-07
Author: NSF-Staff
From: National Science Foundation
If we had cancer treatments that worked more like a computer program, which can perform actions based on conditional statements? Then, a treatment would kill a cell if--and only if--the cell had been diagnosed with a mutation. Only the defective cells would be destroyed, virtually eliminating unwant
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NIH Finds Promising Staph Treatment 2010-09-02
Author: Drug Discovery & Development Staff
From: Drug Discovery & Development
Scientists from the National Institutes of Health and University of Chicago have found a promising treatment method that in laboratory mice reduces the severity of skin and soft-tissue damage caused by USA300, the leading cause of community-associated Staphylococcus aureus infections in the United S
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Titanium with protein coating strengthens implant attachment 2010-08-31
Author: Abby Vogel Robinson
From: Georgia Tech Research News & Publications Office
Researchers have developed an improved coating technique that could strengthen the connection between titanium joint-replacement implants and a patient’s own bone. The stronger connection — created by manipulating signals the body’s own cells use to encourage growth — could allow the implants to las
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A Novel Approach to Treating Peripheral Arterial Disease 2010-08-27
Author: Helen Marie Nugent
From: Drug Discovery & Development
In the United States, over eight million adults over age 50 suffer from peripheral arterial disease (PAD), a serious condition that commonly results from progressive narrowing of arteries in the lower extremities due to atherosclerosis.
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Seeing the world with new eyes: Biosynthetic corneas restore vision in humans 2010-08-26
Author: EurekAlert
From: Bioscience Technology
A new study from researchers in Canada and Sweden has shown that biosynthetic corneas can help regenerate and repair damaged eye tissue and improve vision in humans. This study is important because it is the first to show that an artificially fabricated cornea can integrate with the human eye and st
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