Archived Medical News Stories

RSSArchived Medical Science News Stories - August 2004

Date Title Comments Rating
2004-08-31 Scientists to tackle the most common cause of diarrhoea world-wide with DNA sequencing 0 None
2004-08-30 Ultra-sensitive measurement technique shows how biomolecular motors carry out essential tasks 0 None
2004-08-26 Mouse stem cells may help restore hearing loss in humans 0 None
2004-08-25 Compounds break bonds holding dangerous pollutants together 0 None
2004-08-23 Researchers have coaxed RNA to self-assemble into 3-D arrays 0 None
2004-08-23 Novel method for studying ancient life forms 0 None
2004-08-23 Computer model of damaged DNA bends the rules 0 None
2004-08-23 A trip to Mars might sound appealing, but it would be a one-way-trip 0 None
2004-08-22 Small molecules as artificial gene regulators 0 None
2004-08-20 Sea snail offers natural healing powers for a range of illnesses from chronic pain to diseases of the brain 0 5
2004-08-20 Scientists have developed the first mouse model Werner’s syndrome 0 2.7
2004-08-20 Antibodies produced by shark immune systems could be used to detect human pathogens 0 None
2004-08-18 3-D technology to assist stroke patients and the disabled 0 None
2004-08-17 Scientists visualise protein complex responsible for looking after out of shape proteins 0 None
2004-08-17 Scientists have successfully filmed individual cells migrating within a functioning lymph node 0 None
2004-08-16 The prion appears to function as an evolutionary stepping stone 0 None
2004-08-13 New method for building carbohydrate molecules 0 None
2004-08-12 Microscopic scaffolding to house the tiny components of nanotech devices could be built from RNA 0 None
2004-08-12 NASA scientists have discovered a way to identify the gene functions of all of an organism's genes simultaneously 0 None
2004-08-12 British team and NASA plan to take stem cells into space 0 None
2004-08-12 Finnish company discovers over 200 new genes 0 None
2004-08-11 First licence for therapeutic cloning 0 None
2004-08-11 Not only has life evolved, but life has evolved to evolve 0 None
2004-08-11 Frog science helps to explain how the environment may have permanent effects on the nervous system 0 None
2004-08-11 Scientists have turned procrastinating primates into workaholics by temporarily suppressing a gene in a brain circuit involved in reward learning 0 None
2004-08-11 Underwater experiments using the latest remote surgical technologies 0 None
2004-08-06 Stranglehold on science is choking human ingenuity 0 None
2004-08-06 Automated science speeds solution of Human Genome data 0 None
2004-08-06 New fluorescent dye technique may provide new insight into how cancerous tumors begin and grow 0 None
2004-08-05 Experimental vaccine against ricin 0 None
2004-08-03 Successfully cloning mice from an advanced melanoma cell 0 None
2004-08-03 New screening technique to look for genes that change patients' responses to cancer drugs and other medications 0 None
2004-08-03 Emerging nanomedicine technologies could dramatically transform medical science 0 None
2004-08-02 First-of-its-kind noninvasive imaging technique shows two proteins interacting 0 None
2004-08-02 Scientists create mice that don't gain weight, even when fed fat-laden, high calorie diets 0 None
2004-08-02 Scientists have produced a prion protein that can trigger the development of a neurological disorder similar to "mad cow" disease 0 None
2004-08-02 A prototype microscope that uses neutrons instead of light to "see" magnified images 0 None
2004-08-02 Identification of PIK3CA as an oncogene associated with brain cancers opens the door to new screening processes 0 None

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