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Manipulation of key protein’s action in the brain holds potential for development of drugs to fight obesity and diabetes
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A protein that controls when genes are switched on or off plays a key role in specific areas of the brain to regulate metabolism, UT Southwestern Medical Center researchers have found.

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UT Southwestern researchers uncover new brain pathways for understanding Type 2 diabetes and obesity
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Researchers at UT Southwestern Medical Center have identified neural pathways that increase understanding of how the brain regulates body weight, energy expenditure, and blood glucose levels – a discovery that can lead to new therapies for treating Type 2 diabetes and obesity.

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Cancer researchers identify irreversible inhibitor for KRAS gene mutation
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UT Southwestern Medical Center cancer researchers have found a molecule that selectively and irreversibly interferes with the activity of a mutated cancer gene common in 30 percent of tumors.

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Study Points To Potential New Target For Antibiotics Against E. coli, Other Bugs
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Scientists have identified a protein that is essential to the survival of E. coli bacteria, and consider the protein a potential new target for antibiotics.

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Weighty Issue: Stress and High-Fat Meals Combine to Slow Metabolism in Women
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A new study in women suggests that experiencing one or more stressful events the day before eating a single high-fat meal can slow the body’s metabolism, potentially contributing to weight gain.

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People in leadership positions may sacrifice privacy for security
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People with higher job status may be more willing to compromise privacy for security reasons and also be more determined to carry out those decisions, according to researchers.

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Control strategy for Dengue, malaria increases risk of West Nile virus
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Mosquitoes infected with the bacteria Wolbachia are more likely to become infected with West Nile virus and more likely to transmit the virus to humans, according to a team of researchers.

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Carbyne morphs when stretched
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Applying just the right amount of tension to a chain of carbon atoms can turn it from a metallic conductor to an insulator, according to Rice University scientists.

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Tiny laser sensor heightens bomb detection sensitivity
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The plasmon laser sensor consists of a thin slab of semiconductor separated from the metal surface by a dielectric gap layer. Surface defects on the semiconductor interact with molecules of the explosive DNT.  (Image by Ren-Min Ma and Sadao Ota)

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Learn Dutch in your sleep
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When you have learned words in another language, it may be worth listening to them again in your sleep. A study funded by the Swiss National Science Foundation (SNSF) has now shown that this method reinforces memory.

 

Last Updated on Wednesday, 16 July 2014 20:57
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Gene discovery could lead to better soybean varieties for northern United States
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Researchers from Purdue University and the University of Nebraska-Lincoln have discovered a soybean gene whose mutation affects plant stem growth, a finding that could lead to the development of improved soybean cultivars for the northern United States.

 

Last Updated on Wednesday, 16 July 2014 20:56
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