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Monthly Archives: February 2010
NANOTECHNOLOGY — an enabling science that has the potential for creating new knowledge and functional materials and systems — is set to shape and transform all areas of science in the future.
New Epcot Center exhibition brings nano to the masses
Researchers have found that one particularly aggressive type of blood cancer, mixed lineage leukemia (MLL), has an unusual way to keep the molecular motors running.
NAPLES —Some of the most dangerous drugs aren’t illegal.That’s the message of Operation Medicine Cabinet, which on Saturday gave households a chance to rid their bathrooms of expired or unused medications before they become a health hazard.“Our medicine cabinets are … Continue reading
HUNTINGTON — Huntington optometrist brothers Chris and William Ratcliff joined Dr. Brian J. Toy Saturday night in being inducted into the Marshall University Sports Medicine Hall of Fame.
The most frequent error in medicine seems to occur nearly one out of three times a patient is referred to a specialist.
RAWLINS — Jim Chiro’s idea for a Medicine Bow grocery store evolved from a whim to raise bison. “I was bored and watching a show on the Discovery Channel about bison,” said the 43-year-old Orlando, Fla., resident.
Minnesota medical device manufacturer Guidant is facing criminal charges filed by the U.S. Department of Justice, and medical technology industry analyst Jan Wald told MPR’s Tom Crann the incident is another sign that the sector has seen better days.
DECATUR – After the release of a national study in earlyFebruary ranking Macon County among the 20 unhealthiest counties inIllinois, area doctors and health care administrators weighed in onthe results.
For the past 22 years, David L. Schell has seen senior care facilities go from being warehouses for the elderly to places designed to extend independent living as well as to stimulate both the mind and body.
The Genetics of Human Adaptation: Hard Sweeps, Soft Sweeps, and Polygenic Adaptation : There has long been interest in understanding the genetic basis of human adaptation. To what extent are phenotypic differences among human populations driven by natural selection? With … Continue reading
New Delhi, Feb 27 (PTI) Environment activists today dubbed as illegal the entire process of the clearance given for Bt brinjal by the Genetic Engineering Approval Committee (GEAC) contending that it violated the Biological Diversity Act.
Environment activists today dubbed as illegal the entire process of the clearance given for Bt brinjal by the Genetic Engineering Approval Committee (GEAC) contending that it violated the Biological Diversity Act.
The incidence of diabetes is rising worldwide. Using genetic engineering techniques in pigs, scientists at Ludwig-Maximilians-UniversitÃ¤t (LMU) in Munich have created a new model of this metabolic disorder, which recapitulates many features of the disease, and promises to contribute significantly … Continue reading
A gene signature, first identified in mouse colon cancer cells, may help identify patients at risk of colon cancer recurrence, according to a recent study by Vanderbilt-Ingram Cancer Center researchers.The findings, published in the March issue of Gastroenterology, could help … Continue reading
Two women aged 58 are set to receive fertility treatment at a London clinic as record numbers attempt to become pregnant after the menopause. The two patients are thought to be the oldest so far to seek IVF treatment after … Continue reading
Enzymes that travel along DNA to copy or transcribe it — the crucial processes underlying cell replication and protein production — aren’t coordinated by a central dispatcher. In fact, they often collide. Now, researchers have discovered that when DNA-copying machines … Continue reading
Researchers, based in Ireland and Britain, have found the complete mitochondrial DNA genome sequence of ancient wild cattle using a sample from a 6,700 year-old bone.
DNA evidence from blood found on a broken window at a 2009 burglary ledto felony burglary charges filed Friday against a suburban teenager whopolice call a “career thief.”Henry Johnson, 18, of southsuburban Saulk Village, was charged Friday with felony residentialburglary, … Continue reading
SEATTLE – Bail is set at $1 million for an elderly man linked to two Seattle murders that have gone unsolved for about four decades. Samuel Evans, 73, was wheeled into a King County court for his bail hearing on … Continue reading