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(Date:9/23/2014)... Sept. 23, 2014 (HealthDay News) -- The U.S. ... in additional funding in scientific trials to encourage ... clinical studies. The supplemental monies were provided ... including basic immunology, cardiovascular physiology, neural circuitry, and ... 23. "This funding strategy demonstrates our commitment ...
(Date:9/23/2014)... biology and a researcher in UTSA,s South Texas Center ... at Ruhr University in Bochum, Germany to understand how ... this week in an article published by the ... Cholera is an acute infection caused by ingestion of ... Vibrio cholerae . An estimated three to five ...
(Date:9/23/2014)... how living things function comes from knowledge of structuresatomic ... the receptors that are docking stations for viruses and ... that carry genetic blueprints for building cellular machinery, to ... these structural details, a new grant just awarded by ... Department of Energy (DOE) will fund the operation of ...
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(Date:9/23/2014)... has been shown to be a driving force ... often develops due to chronic inflammation caused by ... has relatively few effective treatment options. Now, scientists ... demonstrated for the first time in preclinical studies ... as astrocyte elevated gene-1 (AEG-1) halts the development ...
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... University of Manchester scientists will discuss their research aimed ... its effectiveness at the National Cancer Research Institute conference ... half of patients receive radiotherapy as part of their ... possibility of causing side effects (toxicity) to the normal ...
... Inherited condition can lead to sudden cardiac death ... with the heart drug perindopril, along with a ... of the hereditary disorder Marfan syndrome, research shows. ... is often characterized by excessive bone elongation and ...
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