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... General Hospital (MGH) researchers have used gene therapy to restore ... rods and cones, a common cause of human blindness. ... the National Academy of Sciences, describes the effects of ... throughout the retina. "This is a proof ...
... A number of red squirrels are immune to squirrelpox viral ... the species, scientists have discovered. Scientists led by ... in which free-living red squirrels have survived infection with the ... is published today in the Springer journal Ecohealth . ...
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... a spot of milk to the black tea will not ... ,Earlier studies have suggested that milk can ruin ... ,However a team of researchers led by Janet Kyle ... that debunks the earlier findings. ,As a part ...
... researchers suggest that hormones in saliva may be a ... a result of chronic bullying by peers. ... aid in the early recognition and intervention of long-term ... mainly self-reported either by students or observed by teachers,' ...
... provide a roadmap of the prostate and assist in ... (RALRP), according to a recent study conducted by researchers ... ,'RALRP is an increasingly prevalent surgical approach which unlike ... to the surgeon,' said Mittul Gulati, MD, lead author ...
... has a nearly 100% detection rate in acute ruptured, cerebral ... Sciences Center in Winnipeg, Canada. ,The study ... underwent preoperative 3D CTA. ,CTA correctly detected ... findings, Bijal Patel, MD, lead author of the study. Of ...
... epidemiologists at the University at Buffalo,have identified specific ... promoters when exposed to a process called ... process that causes genes that promote normal cell ... or unregulated cell growth. Until now, data has ...
... the difficulty of capturing a clear picture of a ... molecules, however, sometimes the motion is exactly what scientists ... pathological protein mis-folding and assembly that seem to underlie ... disease. ,Now, chemists at the University of ...
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