Archived Medical News Stories

RSSArchived Medical Science News Stories - November 2007

Date Title Comments Rating
2007-11-29 Bacteria cheat on their mates for own good 0 None
2007-11-29 Scientists observe gene activity outside the body 0 None
2007-11-29 Aging in mice at the molecular level 0 None
2007-11-27 Scientists create mouse resistant to cancer 0 None
2007-11-27 Australian researcher heralds a golden age in biomedical science 0 None
2007-11-27 Scientists examine eons-old water for microorganisms 0 None
2007-11-27 Adding water-soluble polymer to anti-cancer drug helps reach brain tumors 0 None
2007-11-27 New genetic evidence supports theory migration from Siberia gave rise to native peoples of North and South America 0 5
2007-11-27 Flip-flopping gene expression can be advantageous 0 None
2007-11-22 Tiny DNA molecules show liquid crystal phases, pointing to new scenario for first life on earth 0 None
2007-11-21 First genome sequence of XDR strain of the bacterium Mycobacterium tuberculosis 0 None
2007-11-21 Antidepressant drug mianserin extends the lifespan of adult roundworms 0 None
2007-11-21 Advancing stem cell research and therapies while fully respecting the dignity of human life 0 None
2007-11-21 Japanase scientists reprogramme human adult cells to function like pluripotent embryonic stem cells 0 None
2007-11-21 Regulation of the retinoic acid gradient in zebrafish embryos 0 None
2007-11-21 New method for detecting and characterizing prions 0 None
2007-11-21 Sexy dads produce sexy sons, in the insect world at least 0 None
2007-11-21 Discovery of 300 previously unidentified human genes 0 None
2007-11-19 First chemical evidence of a sperm recognition system in the oviducts of pigs 0 None
2007-11-19 Scientist who created Dolly says stem cells from skin fragments now the way to go 0 None
2007-11-16 ClC-1 helps mice get a move on 0 None
2007-11-15 Stem cells from cloned monkeys - a breakthrough or an ethical nightmare? 0 None
2007-11-15 Gene splicing in humans and chimps explains differences 0 None
2007-11-15 Why are males in evolutionary overdrive even though they have essentially the same genes as females? 0 None
2007-11-15 Scientists zero in on the cellular machinery that enables neurons to fire 0 None
2007-11-15 Scientists observe how water lubricates the movements of protein molecules 0 None
2007-11-15 Discovery of key mechanism in bacterial communication 0 None
2007-11-15 New explanation for how regulatory networks of genes evolved 0 None
2007-11-14 New understanding of how bacteria survive in hostile environments 0 None
2007-11-13 Using neural signals to predict sensory decisions 0 None
2007-11-06 Printed human organs! 0 None
2007-11-06 Selective resequencing provides low-cost method for interpreting human genome 0 None
2007-11-06 Climate change will diminish fresh water resources more than expected 0 None
2007-11-06 Sex ratio skew explained 0 None
2007-11-06 Species extinctions could compromise the benefits that nature provides to society 0 None
2007-11-05 Chlorophyll breakdown in ripening apples and pears produces highly active antioxidants 0 None
2007-11-05 New view of lung cancer genome 0 None
2007-11-02 Regulation of TATA-less promoters 0 None
2007-11-02 Non-invasive radio waves heat up nanotubes to destroy cancer 0 None
2007-11-02 New designer toxins kill Bt-resistant insect pests 0 None
2007-11-02 Genes identified to protect brassicas from damaging disease 0 None
2007-11-02 Cutting-edge method that captures cell growth and activity 0 None
2007-11-01 Harvard 'Brainbow' helps chart neural circuits 0 None
2007-11-01 Search for new uses for heroin and marijuana 0 None
2007-11-01 Scientists to map lethal bacteria in three dimensions 0 None

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