Archived Medical News Stories

RSSArchived Medical Science News Stories - March 2006

Date Title Comments Rating
2006-03-31 Amoebe promote persistence of epidemic strains of MRSA 0 None
2006-03-30 Minimal genome should be twice the size 0 None
2006-03-28 Custom made nanoparticles will transform cancer diagnosis and treatment 0 None
2006-03-27 Omega-3 fatty acid producing pigs 0 None
2006-03-23 Scientists create new molecule that holds promise in fighting disease via gene therapy 0 None
2006-03-21 Zoologists succeed for the first time in transforming stem cells in freshwater polyps 0 None
2006-03-21 Scientists develop new research mice to help understand "good" cholesterol 0 None
2006-03-20 Natural selection drives extremely rapid evolution in antiviral RNAi genes 0 None
2006-03-20 Attractive birds appear to have greater avian virus resistance 0 None
2006-03-13 Scientists exploit novel route to reverse enlarged hearts in obese mice 0 None
2006-03-13 Smk-1 is the first known gene that regulates longevity without disrupting life-sustaining function 0 None
2006-03-09 A map of recent positive selection in the human genome 0 None
2006-03-09 Scientists create a mosquito resistant to Type 2 dengue fever virus 0 None
2006-03-09 Gene regulation determines human-chimp differences 0 None
2006-03-09 New genome-wide map of miRNA-MRNA interactions 0 None
2006-03-09 How mammalian brains recognize other individuals 0 None
2006-03-09 Cornell develops technique for making living, functional cells glow 0 None
2006-03-09 Father-daughter inbreeding avoidance in a wild primate population 0 None
2006-03-07 Global evolutionary map reveals new insights into our last common ancestor 0 None
2006-03-06 Genome signature tagging used to quickly identify and distinguish between pathogens and harmless microbes 0 None
2006-03-06 Anti-inflammatory effect of beer 0 None
2006-03-01 Rhodium quinones promise better drugs 0 None
2006-03-01 Hydrogel scaffold materials used to create stable networks of blood vessels 0 5

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