Archived Medical News Stories

RSSArchived Medical Science News Stories - May 2004

Date Title Comments Rating
2004-05-27 Cellular garbage plays a key role in the process of cytokinesis, or cell division 0 None
2004-05-27 Blueprint for rational design of vaccines that induce desired T-cell responses 0 None
2004-05-27 Finding overturns long held ideas about how cells build proteins 0 None
2004-05-27 Link between oral bacterium and premature babies 0 None
2004-05-25 Toxoplasma gondii discovery may help fight against malaria 0 None
2004-05-25 Baby born from 21 year old cryopreserved sperm 0 None
2004-05-25 X-ray beams could kick start genes into fighting cancer 0 None
2004-05-24 Computer program to predict where DNA molecules will pop open when twisted 0 None
2004-05-24 A higher male susceptibility to disease has helped shape the evolution of social insect behavior 0 None
2004-05-24 Cultured nanoparticles from filtered homogenates of diseased calcified human cardiovascular tissue 0 None
2004-05-24 Scientists have genetically engineered a mouse with extraordinary resistance to bowel cancer 0 None
2004-05-23 Biologists have discovered a new genus of bacteria 0 None
2004-05-21 Discovery and improvement of glyphosate tolerance gene 0 None
2004-05-21 Using smart fluids to retrain muscles 0 None
2004-05-20 Tumour suppressor gene family may be key to new colon cancer drugs 0 None
2004-05-20 Scientists believe that the dog genome holds a wealth of information that will benefit human health 0 None
2004-05-20 Natural biological process by which yeast cells dismantle amyloid fibers 1 None
2004-05-20 Scientists have sped up a common jumping gene found in the human genome 0 None
2004-05-20 Scientists have taken the first steps towards producing a sustainable and pure source of the healthy fats found in oily fish 0 None
2004-05-20 Bone repair using breakthrough material 0 None
2004-05-19 Scientists may have figured out how to use stem cells to regenerate lost or injured tissue 0 None
2004-05-19 Launch of Crucial Genetics, a state-of-the-art genetic profiling service 0 None
2004-05-19 Office of Naval Research harnessing human brain power to control the maneuvers of UUVs 0 None
2004-05-17 Scientists move closer toward treatment for degenerative diseases 0 None
2004-05-17 Howard Hughes Medical Institute is awarding $49.7 million in science grants 0 None
2004-05-17 Scientists have identified a compound that halts the activity of a deadly toxin called anthrax 0 None
2004-05-12 Suprachiasmatic nucleus brain tissue sheds light on jet lag 0 None
2004-05-10 Expert panel to review toxicity associated with exposure to acrylamide 0 None
2004-05-10 Scientists closer to a potential vaccine or treatment for botulism 0 None
2004-05-10 Vegetables yield anticancer chemical 0 None
2004-05-08 Scientists discover what could be the instruction manual of life 0 None
2004-05-08 Discovery of immune system malfunction that plays a profound role in food allergy 0 5
2004-05-08 Genetic breakthrough in tracing the cause of a rare kidney and liver disorder 0 None
2004-05-08 New way by which cells can become cancerous may solve mystery with lung cancer 0 None
2004-05-06 Engineering principles applied to the eye to better understand diseases and injuries 0 None
2004-05-06 Completion of the most gene-rich of all the human chromosomes 0 None
2004-05-06 System Biosciences launches siRNA expression libraries to target 8,500 human genes 0 None
2004-05-06 Protein in the male reproductive tract is a potent anti-bacterial agent 0 None
2004-05-05 Organic superglues, disease treatments and better food flavourings 0 None
2004-05-05 Gene therapy helps alcoholic rats 0 None
2004-05-03 New Australian VR center to give medical students the ability to feel virtual skin, muscle, tendon and bone 0 None
2004-05-03 QIAGEN launches human siRNA library sets 0 None
2004-05-03 Conference to discuss the ethical, social and legal aspects of human genetic testing 0 None


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