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news archive September 2007

 
   
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2007-09-27 2007-09-20
  • Serotonin And The Brain
    Serotonin is used faster in the winter by people suffering from seasonal depression when compared with a control group.
  • The Political Brain
    People with a more liberal outlook may have a greater sensitivity to cues signalling the need to change a habitual response.
  • Many Targets -- One Tube
    Paper presents a strategy to increase the number of targets that are amplified in one PCR reaction.
  • Delicate And Dynamic Immunological Equilibrium
    Immune cells patrolling the microbe-rich intestine are able to 'tolerate' harmless microorganisms, while attacking and eliminating potentially dangerous pathogens.
  • Dialling Up Damage Responders
    Certain cells of the immune system more readily tolerate damage to their genes than do other cells.
  • Stem Cells Have Nervous Impulses
    Blood stem cells become activated in response to signals released by nerve cells.
  • Muscle Metabolism And Human Evolution
    A variant of a gene associated with elite athletic performance has been subject to strong, recent positive selection in humans.
  • Diet Shapes The Human Genome
    Human populations that have high starch diets have an increase in the number of copies of a gene whose product breaks down starch.
  • Watching Protein-Cutting Enzymes In Action
    The activity of proteases -- enzymes that cut other proteins and are important in diseases such as AIDS and cancer -- can be imaged in living animals with 'smart probes.'
  • A Rose By Any Other Gene
    Genetic variation in just one single odorant receptor can affect an individual's experience of smells, as well as their sensitivity to them.
  • SYNERGY Sheds Light On Gene Evolution
    A new method that maps the detailed evolutionary history of gene duplication and loss is revealed.
  • Clue To HIV Vaccine Success
    Scientists report that the protective effect of a neutralizing human antibody is not only due to the antibody's neutralizing activity, but also to antiviral responses due to the antibody's ability to bind to Fc receptors on effector cells.
2007-09-19 2007-09-14 2007-09-07 2007-09-06 2007-09-05

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