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2007-06-29
Angioplasty Procedure Has Potential To Damage Kidneys, Research Shows
The most common procedure for clearing blocked kidney arteries can also release thousands of tiny particles into the bl ...

2007-06-29
NASA Mars Rover Ready For Descent Into Crater
NASA`s Mars rover Opportunity is scheduled to begin a descent down a rock-paved slope into the Red Planet`s massive Vic ...

2007-06-29
First Bacterial Genome Transplantation Changing One Species To Another
Researchers at the J. Craig Venter Institute (JCVI) have announced the results of work on genome transplantation method ...

2007-06-29
Breast Cancer Prognosis Runs In The Family
The chances of developing breast cancer are to some extent inherited, but important new findings suggest survival also ...

2007-06-29
Bright Future For Nano-sized Light Source
A bio-friendly nano-sized light source capable of emitting coherent light across the visible spectrum, has been invente ...

2007-06-29
'Modular' Leukemia Drug Shows Promise In Early Testing
A new type of engineered drug candidate has shown promise in treating chronic lymphocytic leukemia in both test tube an ...

2007-06-29
New Cost-efficient Method For Creating Portable Hydrogen Fuel Cells
A new paper published in Journal of the American Ceramic Society proposes a new method of producing hydrogen for portab ...

2007-06-29
New Regulations Needed For Patients Receiving Animal Tissue Donation
A new article in The Journal of Law, Medicine and Ethics calls for a change in the regulations surrounding xenotranspla ...

2007-06-29
New Study Shows How Often Juries Get It Wrong
Juries across the country make decisions every day on the fate of defendants, ideally leading to prison sentences that ...

2007-06-29
New Invisible Nano-fibers Conduct Electricity, Repel Dirt
Tiny plastic fibers could be the key to some diverse technologies in the future -- including self-cleaning surfaces, tr ...

2007-06-29
RNA May Play Larger Role In Cell's Gene Activity, Researchers Find
Large, seemingly useless pieces of RNA - a molecule originally considered only a lowly messenger for DNA - play an im ...

2007-06-29
Loss Of Cell's 'Antenna' Linked To Cancer's Development
Submarines have periscopes. Insects have antennae. And increasingly, biologists are finding that most normal vertebrat ...

2007-06-29
Interval Training Burns More Fat, Increases Fitness, Study Finds
Interval training burns fat and improves fitness more quickly than constant but moderately intensive physical activity, ...

2007-06-29
'Biological Pump' Overestimated: Study Challenges How Life In The Oceans Removes Carbon From The Atm...
Dr Andrew Yool of the National Oceanography Centre, Southampton, working with colleague Dr Adrian Martin and researcher ...

2007-06-29
It's Not All The Parent's Fault: Delinquency In Children Now Linked To Biology
How do sweet children turn into delinquents seemingly right before our eyes? A unique study appearing in the June issue ...

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