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RNA for Gene-Related Diseases -5/22/13

(C&EN) - Medical researchers think specially tailored RNA sequences could turn off genes in patients’ cells to encourage wound healing or to kill tumor cells. Now researchers have developed a nanocoating for bandages that could deliver these fragile g...

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Inhalable Drug for Lung Cancer-5/22/13

(gizmag.com) - According to American Cancer Society estimates, lung cancer will account for 27 percent of all US cancer deaths in 2013, making it by far the leading cause of cancer death among both men and women. Part of the problem is getting the toxic ...

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Reducing Caloric Intake for Nerve Health-5/21/13

(KurzweilAI.net) - Activating an enzyme known to play a role in the anti-aging benefits of calorie restriction delays the loss of brain cells and preserves cognitive function in mice, according to a study published in the May 22 issue of The Journal of Ne...

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Nanosponges Soak Up Toxins-5/14/13

If you’ve seen many old westerns, then you’ll likely have watched a few scenes where one cowboy has to suck rattlesnake venom out of another one’s leg. Things would have been much easier for those cowboys if nanosponges had been around at the time. ...

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Coffee Linked to Longevity -4/17/13

(vitalchoice.com) - Coffee has long been the target of calumny, despite a dearth of supporting evidence. The brew burst on the world scene in the 1500’s, quickly capturing fans from Europe to Japan. Periodically since then, zealots have decried...

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Breakthrough: Telomerase Enzyme Mapped-4/10/13

(UCLA Newsroom) - Like finally seeing all the gears of a watch and how they work together, researchers from UCLA and UC Berkeley have, for the first time ever, solved the puzzle of how the various components of an entire telomerase enzyme complex fit toge...

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Tiny Blood Lab Under the Skin-3/18/13

(Gizmag.com) - Blood tests usually involve drawing some blood out of the body. Now scientists from the Ecole Polytechnique Fé...

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Switching to a Younger Brain-3/6/13

(gizmag.com) - It's no secret that juvenile brains are more malleable and able to learn new things faster than adult ones - just ask any adult who has tried to learn a new language. That malleability also enables younger brains to recover more quickly fro...

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Improving Techniques for Diagnosis-2/28/13

(physicsworld.com) - Carbon-nanotube transistors could be used to detect minute quantities of disease biomarkers, such as the proteins implicated in prostate cancer, according to new experiments by researchers in the US. The technique could rival conventi...

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Deep Brain Stimulation for Parkinson’s-2/22/13

(Singularityhub.com) - A device that delivers electrical shocks directly into the brain has been shown to alleviate symptoms in people with early stage Parkinson’...

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