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Anorexia impairs adolescent bone development

Children and teenagers with even mild cases of anorexia exhibit abnormal bone structure, according to a new study appearing in the December issue of Radiology.

New beliefs about DNA repair

Researchers report the first in vivo experiments on the heterochromatin protein 1 (HP1) family, which sidles up to silent DNA.

Protein tubules free avian flu virus

A protein found in the virulent avian influenza virus strain called H5N1 forms tiny tubules in which it hides the pieces of double-stranded RNA formed during viral infection.

New technique maps nanoparticle growth

Researchers at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute have developed a measurement technique that will help scientists and companies map...

Lunar prospecting robot

The cool, rocky slopes of Mauna Kea, a dormant volcano that is Hawaii's highest mountain, will serve as a stand-in for the moon as researchers from Carnegie Mellon University's Robotics Institute.

Modelling 3D structure of amorphous materials

Researchers have accurately identified tools that model the atomic and void structures of a network-forming elemental material.

Bacterial crisis command centre

A bacteria cell's 'crisis command centre' has been observed for the first time swinging into action to protect the cell from external stress and danger, according to new research.

Structures of Important Plant Viruses Determined

Flexible filamentous viruses make up a large fraction of known plant viruses and are responsible for more than half the viral damage to crop plants throughout the world.

Role of prion underestimated

Prion protein, a form of protein that triggers BSE, is associated with other brain diseases in cattle, raising the possibility of a...

New antiviral treatment approach

Viruses dramatically increase cellular metabolism, and existing anti-obesity drugs may represent a new way to block these metabolic changes and inhibit viral infection.

Solid-state NMR moves toward atomic-scale resolution of proteins

A team of researchers has developed unique uses of solid-state NMR spectroscopy. Scientist Live spoke with Dr. Rienstra about his...

Solvent Enhanced Light Scattering technique

Viscotek has released an application note that describes a new light scattering technique that could be very helpful in Gel Permeation...

Suppressing the hunger hormone

Scientists report success in significantly suppressing levels of the "hunger hormone" ghrelin in pigs using minimally invasive means.

Behind gold's catalytic prowess

Scientist discovers that bilayer clusters of atoms less than a nanometre in dimension are found to be responsible for a vital oxidation reaction.

New cancer, ageing treatments

Researchers have deciphered the structure of the active region of telomerase, an enzyme that plays a major role in the development of nearly all human cancers.

Flu protein suppresses immune system

Researchers have reported a discovery that could help scientists develop drugs to fight the much-feared bird flu and other virulent strains of influenza.

Mass Spec to aid proteomics

Princeton University is utilizing mass spectrometry for research on virus-host protein interactions and on chromatin.

Determining membrane protein structure

By various methods, a team has developed a unique means for probing protein chemistry and structure through the use of solid-state nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy.

CHN Elemental Analyser

Determination of the Carbon, Hydrogen and Nitrogen content is a widely used analytical technique to confirm the composition and / or purity of an unknown sample.

Reservoir of mitochondrial DNA mutations identified

An international team of researchers has revealed a large reservoir of mitochondrial DNA mutations present in the general population.

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