Archived Medical News Stories

RSSArchived Medical Science News Stories - March 2005

Date Title Comments Rating
2005-03-30 Protein Mnd2 protects chromosome bonds 0 None
2005-03-28 New color-coded test for protein folding 0 None
2005-03-23 Antibodies from tobacco plants protect against anthrax 0 None
2005-03-23 Discovery that sheds new light upon the growth and development of human natural killer (NK) cells 0 None
2005-03-22 Tiny scaffolding allows stem cells to become working fat cells 0 None
2005-03-22 Green alga closes wounds by means of enzymatic activation of a cross-linking protein 0 None
2005-03-21 Structure of key protein in innate immune response 0 None
2005-03-21 Genetically modified plants are to be used to fight against HIV, tuberculosis, diabetes and rabies 0 None
2005-03-21 Discovery of a single mutation responsible for a number of blood disorders 0 None
2005-03-17 X-Chromosome has the big story!! 0 None
2005-03-17 UK grows stem cells free of animal products 0 None
2005-03-16 UK leads race to produce world’s first clinical grade stem cells 0 None
2005-03-15 Brewing up potential anti-cancer drugs from green tea 0 None
2005-03-15 Most comprehensive genome-wide experimental analyses of sense-antisense transcripts to date 0 None
2005-03-14 DNA sabotage may alleviate need for chemotherapeutic medication 0 None
2005-03-14 Molecule called DJ-1 is likely to be involved in the generation of human tumors 0 None
2005-03-14 Gene identified that confers susceptibility to age-related macular degeneration 0 None
2005-03-13 DNA weak links may provide clues to cancer biology 0 None
2005-03-13 New way of looking at MicroRNA and how it controls gene expression 0 None
2005-03-13 RNA interference as promising therapy for ALS 0 None
2005-03-09 Protein sequenced from 75,000 year old Iraqi 0 None
2005-03-09 World's first complete articulated Neanderthal skeleton 0 None
2005-03-09 Infertility - discovery could mean new treatment 0 None
2005-03-08 UK will vote against the declaration on human cloning 0 5
2005-03-07 New evidence for an African origin of modern humans 0 None
2005-03-07 Vasoactive intestinal polypeptide needed by the brain's biological clock to coordinate daily rhythms 0 None
2005-03-06 Scientists have identified a key network that prevents damage by oxygen radicals 0 None
2005-03-06 Scientists discover how substitutions are made for injured genes 0 None
2005-03-03 Mutations in newly discovered gene, NPHP5 cause Senior-Loken syndrome 0 None
2005-03-01 Molecule from South American tree Quillaja, helps battle disease 0 None
2005-03-01 Nature’s most sophisticated biological weapon 0 None
2005-03-01 Scientists re-produce the human body's own cancer-killing cells through gene therapy 0 None


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