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April 29, 2011--------News Archive

Catching Autism At The 1-year Well-Baby Check-Up
A novel strategy developed by autism researchers at the University of California, San Diego, shows promise as a simple way to detect cases of Autism Syndrome.

A New Wrinkle In The Genetic Code
Long ago a mouse was created that is just now teaching us that mutations in the proteins produced from ribosomes can lead to unexpected birth defects.


April 28, 2011--------News Archive

Tired Neurons Nod Off in Sleep-Deprived Rats
The more rats are sleep-deprived, the more neurons take catnaps. Though the animals are awake and active, neurons in the cortex, are briefly falling asleep.

Obese Adolescents Lacking Vitamin D
Vitamin D status is significantly associated with muscle power/force; a deficiency may interfere with the obese adolescent's ability to increase physical activity.


April 27, 2011--------News Archive

Men and Women Respond Differently to PTSD
Men and women had starkly different immune system responses to chronic post-traumatic stress disorder. Men show no response, women show a strong one.

Motor Protein May Offer Promise In Ovarian Cancer
A regulatory motor protein can block ovarian tumor growth, leading to cancer cell death and new therapies to treat the disease.


April 26, 2011--------News Archive

Protein Levels Could Signal Childhood Diabetes
Decreasing blood levels of a protein that helps control inflammation may be a red flag that could help children avoid type 1 diabetes.

Best Treatment For Gestational Tumors
A clinical trial has sifted out the most effective chemotherapy regimen for quick-growing but highly curable cancers arising from the placentas of pregnant women.


April 25, 2011--------News Archive

Frog Embryos Teach Us About Heart Development
Thanks to new research at the University of Pennsylvania, there is new insight into the processes that regulate the formation of the heart.

Brain Cells Offer Insight on How Cancer Spreads
The mechanism regulating embryonic development in plants displays similarities to a signalling pathway in embryonic stem cells in mammals.
















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