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  • Scientific fact : Development of gene therapy
    on Dec 27, 2011
    Since the late 1980s, gene therapy, more than virtually any other type of therapy, has given rise not only to high expectations of treatment success but also great concerns regarding health risks. Since the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (German Res...
  • Fluorescent compounds make tumors glow....New research reveals.
    on Nov 9, 2011
    A series of novel imaging agents could light up tumors as they begin to form – before they turn deadly – and signal their transition to aggressive cancers. The compounds – fluorescent inhibitors of the enzyme cyclooxygenase-2 (COX-2) – could...
  • Being good moms couldn't save the woolly mammoth
    on Nov 9, 2011
    New research from The University of Western Ontario leads investigators to believe that woolly mammoths living north of the Arctic Circle during the Pleistocene Epoch (approx. 150,000 to 40,000 years ago) began weaning infants up to three years later...
  • Animal with the most genes? A tiny crustacean
    on Nov 9, 2011
    Complexity ever in the eye of its beholders, the animal with the most genes -- about 31,000 -- is the near-microscopic freshwater crustacean Daphnia pulex, or water flea. By comparison, humans have about 23,000 genes. Daphnia is the first crustacean...
  • Brief Illustration Of Transgenic Method For Creating Transgenic Mice
    on Nov 9, 2011
    Genetically engineered animals have been used from decades. These genetically engineered or modified animals play a vital role in the unearthing, development and improvement of new methods and techniques of the treatment of many diseases that had bee...
  • Did You know ? 1 in 25 people have gene that causes heart failure in India
    on Nov 9, 2011
    One in 25 people from India and other south Asian countries carries a mutated gene that causes heart failure.Studying this gene, and the protein it encodes, could lead to new treatments for heart failure, Loyola University Health System researcher Sa...
  • Fond of Dark Chocolates...!!! Then good news it lowers blood pressure
    on Nov 9, 2011
    For people with hypertension, eating dark chocolate can significantly reduce blood pressure. Researchers writing in the open access journal BMC Medicine combined the results of 15 studies into the effects of flavanols, the compounds in chocolate whic...
  • The good, the bad and the 'green' -- harnessing the potential of bacteria
    on Nov 9, 2011
    A diverse family of bacteria that can cause a potentially fatal illness in humans but could offer a greener alternative to petrol to power our cars will be the subject of a talk by a University of Nottingham academic at an international conference.Pr...
  • Mosquitoes use several different kinds of odor sensors to track human prey...Quite intelligent..!!!
    on Nov 9, 2011
    It now appears that the malaria mosquito needs more than one family of odor sensors to sniff out its human prey. The experiments described in the paper provide striking new evidence that Anopheles gambiae – the species of mosquito that spreads mala...
  • Out of Africa -- how the fruit fly made its way in the world
    on Nov 9, 2011
    Fruit flies that moved from sub-Saharan Africa found themselves confronted by conditions very different from those to which they were accustomed. Most obviously, the average temperatures were considerably lower and so it is no surprise that the flies...
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