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... at Johns Hopkins has decoded a system that makes certain types ... components are high levels of a molecule that becomes embedded in ... enzyme that, when it reads the code, switches from repairing the ... report the find in the Jan. 21 early edition of the ...
... lymphocytes might be a lot more flexible than previously thought. ... (RCAI) in Japan and La Jolla Institute for Allergy and ... that mature CD4+ helper T lymphocytes can be re-programed to ... The findings are reported today in the journal ...
... Biotechnologists have been working hard to address the ... the development of sustainable processes for the production ... biomass. One promising sustainable technology is the use ... of desired chemicals and materials. When microorganisms are ...
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... , TUESDAY, Dec. 27 (HealthDay News) -- Women who have ... who are treated with radiation therapy have a higher risk ... heart, researchers say. A new Swedish study found ... more than four times greater for women who had left-sided ...
... drugs used today target a single class of proteins ... to the proper workings of those proteins critical to our ... role, according to new results from a team led by ... the University of Rochester Medical Center. The work was published ...
... A survey of nurses and physicians in intensive care units ... inappropriate care, such as excess intensity of care for a ... inadequate decision sharing, communication and job autonomy, according to a ... "Clinicians perceive the care they provide as inappropriate ...
... News) -- While the holidays tend to translate into restaurant ... prepared at home, eating out doesn,t have to be unhealthy, ... prevent Americans from consuming hundreds of extra calories. "The ... her meals outside of the home and fast-food restaurants are ...
... News) -- Poor people are quicker than middle-class or rich ... compassion, according to a new study. It included more ... took part in three experiments designed to assess their levels ... that concluded lower-class people are more likely to react with ...
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