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  June 14, 2024
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- Recycling Nutrients Helps Babies Survive Birth
Studying newborn mice, scientists show that a cellular process called autophagy ramps up immediately after birth and remains high for several hours, to help them survive the sudden and severe starvation period experienced right after birth.
- A Guide To Vascular Development
Researchers explain for the first time how the cell-surface receptor UNC5B guides blood vessel development.
- Crypto Genome Decoded
Study reveals the genome of Cryptosporidium hominis, a common water-borne parasite that triggers diarrhoea and is sometimes fatal.
- A New Obesity Gene
Study reports that a severe childhood obesity may be caused by partial loss of a growth factor receptor.
- Boosting Anti-Tuberculosis Immunity
A clinical trial shows that a new vaccine against tuberculosis can induce a long-lasting boost of immune responses in people who previously received the widely used vaccine bacille Calmette-Guérin (BCG).
- Transplant Tolerance In Infants
Study shows that infants can tolerate incompatible heart transplants for years and provides a possible cellular explanation.
- Inflammatory Injection
Scientists have discovered how the pathogenic bacteria Helicobacter pylori can cause gastric inflammation in some people.
- X-Linked Cancer Gene: One Hit Hypothesis
Study provides an example for a faster route to cancer, involving a mutation in a single copy of a susceptibility gene.
- Reversible Drug For Thromboses
Scientists report that an unconventional drug, comprising the nucleic acid RNA, is efficacious in animals as an anticoagulant.
- Protein Clumps Acquitted In Huntington's Investigation
Researchers have discovered that the tiny clumps of abnormal protein found in diseased nerve cells actually help to boost the cells' chances of survival.
- Allergy Molecule Identified
Researchers have identified a molecule that is involved in mediating allergic reactions.
- Allergy Molecule Identified
Researchers have identified a molecule that is involved in mediating allergic reactions.
- ATM Withdrawal Leads To Bone Marrow Failure
A gene known to maintain cell-cycle stability by mediating oxidative stress is vital in the continuing production of adult stem cells.
- Human Genome Refined
Analysis of the completed sequence of the gene-containing portion of the human genome. Also, another related study cautions that a commonly used genome-sequencing technique may not be as accurate as was thought.
- New Methods Journal Launched
Nature Methods, the latest addition to the Nature family, will publish major methodological developments and provide scientists with new tools that can be applied to their research.
- Imaging Neuronal Damage In Alzheimer's Disease
Scientists use state-of-the-art imaging techniques to visualize the neuronal damage caused by amyloid plaques in Alzheimer's Disease.
- Different Neural Strategies For Problem Solving
A brain imaging study shows that word problems engage the anterior prefrontal cortex of the brain, while the same problems presented numerically engage the posterior parietal cortex of the brain.
- Switching Senses
New findings reveal that, in blind people, areas of the brain that would normally process visual information do not simply pack up and disappear; instead, they find new work processing language-related information,
- Altered Chromosome Number As Cause Of Cancer
Study identifies a role for whole chromosome losses or gains (known as aneuploidy) as a causal event in cancer.
- Genome Sequencing To Provide Insight Into Legionnaires' Disease
French researchers have sequenced the genome of two strains of the bacterium that causes Legionnaires' disease.
- Embryonic Stem Cells Set The Pace
Cells derived from human embryonic stem (ES) cells can impart a new rhythm to pig hearts.
- MYC Flicks The Switch On Liver Cancer
Tumorigenesis in mice can be reversed simply by switching off a gene.
- New therapy for specific form of leukemia
Fusion of NUP214 to ABL1 on amplified episomes in T-cell acute lymphoblastic leukemia
- DNA Sequence Controls Expression Of Gene Involved In Cancer
CA Repeats in the 3'-Untranslated Region of bcl-2 mRNA Mediate Constitutive Decay of bcl-2 mRNA
- Nobel Prize In Physiology Or Medicine Goes To Discoverers Of How Olfactory System Works
Richard Axel, New York, USA, and Linda Buck, Seattle, USA, published the fundamental paper jointly in 1991, in which they described the very large family of about one thousand genes for odorant receptors.
- Gene from 1918 virus proves key to virulent influenza
A single gene may have been responsible for the devastating virulence of the virus
- Bovine Genome Assembled
International Effort Makes Data Freely Available to Scientists Worldwide
- Adaptive changes in the genome may provide insight into the genetics of complex disease
Population History and Natural Selection Shape Patterns of Genetic Variation
- Two Studies in Science Point to New Evidence in Asthma Development
Eosinophils Have a Key Role in Asthma
- 'Smart Antibiotics' may lead to an effective alternative to antibiotic drugs for treating bacterial diseases
Tropism switching in Bordetella bacteriophage defines a family of diversity-generating retroelements
- Scientists Find Nanowires Capable Of Detecting Individual Viruses
Electrical detection of single viruses.
- Brain's 'Storehouse' For Memory Molecules Identified
Recycling endosomes supply AMPA receptors for LTP
- A Novel Strategy For Regulating Gene Expression
Exogenous control of mammalian gene expression through modulation of RNA self-cleavage
- Researchers identify distinctive signature for metastatic prostate cancer
Howard Hughes Medical Institute researchers have identified a telltale change in cellular machinery that could help clinicians predict whether prostate cancers are likely to spread or remain relatively harmless in the prostate.
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- A probable cause for high blood pressure identified - shows links with diabetes
A study published in this week's Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences identified the molecule that binds to a receptor in the brain that is known to regulate blood pressure and release of insulin.
- Molecule Awakens and Maintains Neural Connections
Researchers have discovered a critical protein that regulates the growth and activation of neural connections in the brain.
- Common Cold Virus Can Cause Polio In Mice When Injected Into Muscles
The findings challenge traditional views as to what defines a poliovirus
- Sperm Cells "Spring" into Action
Scientists have identified a surprising mechanical means by which cells store and release energy, a tightly wound jack-in-the-box mechanism rather than the chemical storehouse cells are known to use
- Scientists Reinvent DNA As Template To Produce Organic Molecules
By piggybacking small organic molecules onto short strands of DNA, chemists have developed an innovative new method of using DNA as a blueprint not for proteins but for collections of complex synthetic molecules.
- Muscles Are Smarter Than You Think
Acidity Helps Prevent Muscle Fatigue
- Genetically Engineered "Marathon Mouse" Keeps On Running
By enhancing the function of a single protein, researchers have produced a “marathon mouse” with altered muscle composition and enough physical endurance to run twice as far as normal mice.
- Listen Up!
Mice May Hold Key to Restoring Human Hearing Loss
- Scientists Establish Database of Genes Associated With Cancer Drug Resistance
Scientists identified associations between expression of individual ABC transporters in cancer cells and resistance to specific drugs
- 'Almost impossible' to catch cheating athletes
Dr. Tapio Videman is discouraged by how difficult EPO [erythropoietin] is to identify
- Stem cell discovery could aid in diabetes treatments
Clonal identification of multipotent precursors from adult mouse pancreas that generate neural and pancreatic lineages.
- 'Molecular Portals' in Brain Cells Identified
Infinitesimal particles of gold have enabled neurobiologists to track down key molecules in the machinery of "entry points" in neurons
- Drug-Resistant Bacteria May Find New Foe In Novel Drug Design Approach
At the national meeting of the American Chemical Society researchers report that they have found a way to produce novel aminocoumarins – antibiotics that can help in the fight against drug-resistant bacteria.
- Avigen Cleared by FDA to Begin Gene Therapy Trial for Parkinson’s Disease
Innovative Therapy Designed to Restore Effectiveness of L-Dopa in Late Stages of Illness
- Rare Mutations Can Significantly Increase Risk Factor for Heart Disease
Multiple rare alleles contribute to low plasma levels of HDL cholesterol

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