Archived Medical News Stories

RSSArchived Medical Science News Stories - September 2005

Date Title Comments Rating
2005-09-28 The immune mechanisms of atherosclerosis 0 None
2005-09-28 Clostridium botulinum exposed 0 None
2005-09-27 Seaweed extract, alginate, could be used to increase the fibre content of junk food 0 None
2005-09-27 New method to measure circadian cycles 0 None
2005-09-26 Deep-sea sponges harbor toxins that potentially can act as powerful anti-cancer drugs 0 None
2005-09-26 Scientists identifiy new type of pain-sensing neuron in rats 0 None
2005-09-26 Scientists eventually may be able to determine the structure of proteins from their genomic sequences 0 None
2005-09-26 "Designer" rats help show how declining estrogen after menopause can affect hypertension 0 5
2005-09-26 Israeli scientists successfully transplant ovaries in sheep and trigger early embryonic development 0 None
2005-09-21 Simple organism can produce 10 trillion varieties of a single protein 0 None
2005-09-21 Antibiotic resistance has put humans in an escalating 'arms race' with infectious bacteria 0 None
2005-09-19 Prions rapidly 'remodel' good protein into bad 0 None
2005-09-19 Scientists have discovered a new and potent anti-cancer compound in beans 0 None
2005-09-12 Finding may significantly broaden understanding of how the brain selects and retains information 0 None
2005-09-12 Discovery of mechanism linking color vision and cancer genes 0 None
2005-09-10 Key to stem cell transplant success is tricking immune system 0 None
2005-09-10 Transplantation of organs from animals to humans could soon be a reality 0 3
2005-09-10 It's pure science fiction! - human embryo to be created from two mothers 0 None
2005-09-10 Human brain still evolving, who knows what the future has to offer! 0 None
2005-09-06 Chinese scientists clone a goat 0 None
2005-09-05 New vaccine with the potential to protect against fungal pathogens 0 None
2005-09-05 Genome of mammals is much more complex than previously thought 0 None
2005-09-05 UK fertility specialist and broadcaster says embryonic stem cell research promises are hyped up 0 None
2005-09-04 New understanding of how our genome works to produce a complex organism like a human being 0 None
2005-09-04 Overall genome landscape between chimps and humans can be attributed to large segmental duplications 0 None
2005-09-01 Naturally occurring peptide hormones - candidates for the treatment of cancer, sexual dysfunction, eating disorders 0 None
2005-09-01 Human Y chromosome stays intact while chimp Y loses genes 0 None


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