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More Aid Required for Chronic Conditions in Low Income Countries

In an article published in the January 18, 2007, issue of the New England Journal of Medicine, Gerard Anderson, PhD,... Read More

Will aid to poor put wildlife at risk?

Will aid to poor put wildlife at risk? Poverty alleviation and conservation must go hand-in-hand, survey finds Even a small... Read More

Algae’s protein ‘tails’ create motion – and aid munching

  The beating flagella of a Volvox colony creates a flow of water around it, visible here... Read More

MIT: ‘Micro’ livers could aid drug screening

MIT researchers have devised a novel way to create tiny colonies of living human liver cells that model the full-sized... Read More

NASA satellite data to aid global conservation

NASA and IUCN - The World Conservation Union, the world's largest environmental knowledge network, signed a joint... Read More

Scientists’ transgenic chicken aids embryo research

North Carolina State University poultry scientists have developed a powerful new tool to aid the understanding of how... Read More

Web model of influenza-host lifecycles will aid scientists in creating anti-viral drugs

A "starry sky" map linking the myriad interactions between the influenza virus and its human host will help... Read More

Disease Markers That Will Aid Arthritis Research

July 27, 2009 — A combination of biochemical and MRI markers will allow improved measurement of osteoarthritis... Read More

Bits of ‘junk’ RNA aid master tumor-suppressor gene

Little-known bits of RNA help master tumor-suppressor gene do its job, U-M cancer researchers find Three micro RNA genes... Read More

Aid

Improve the condition of; ''These pills will help the... Read More

Discovery of agile molecular motors could aid in treating motor neuron diseases

(Philadelphia, PA)-Over the last several months, the labs of Yale Goldman, MD, PhD, Director of the Pennsylvania Muscle... Read More

Carotenoid

Definition noun, plural: carotenoids (botany) Any of the pigment molecules, typically yellow, red, and orange, that interact... Read More

Meiosis

What is Meiosis? A simple definition of meiosis would be is this: meiosis is the process of cell division that results in... Read More

Symbiosis

Symbiosis Definition What is symbiosis? Symbiosis can be defined as any kind of relationship or interaction between two... Read More

Amoebas Use "Midwives" To Reproduce

Giving birth has never been easy. Nature seems to have decided that whoever wants to procreate should put in an effort.... Read More

Nanoscale microscope sheds first light on gene repair

Bar Harbor, Maine -- Proteins called H2AX act as "first aid" to DNA, among other roles. For the first time,... Read More

Mathematics Is Biology’s Next Microscope, Only Better; Biology Is Mathematics’ Next Physics, Only Better

Introduction ‌The discovery of the microscope in the late 17th century caused a revolution in biology by revealing... Read More

Endocrine system

Definition noun The bodily system consists of the endocrine glands, and is responsible for the production and secretion of... Read More

Bile

Definition noun A greenish-yellow bodily fluid secreted by the liver and stored in the gallbladder, and discharge into the... Read More

Poxvirus Bioinformatics Resource Center: a comprehensive Poxviridae informational and analytical resource

Poxvirus Bioinformatics Resource Center: a comprehensive Poxviridae informational and analytical resource Elliot J.... Read More

Oar

oar 1. An implement for impelling a boat, being a slender piece of timber, usually ash or spruce, with a grip or handle at... Read More

UCLA Researchers Discover New Method To Generate Human Bone

By studying diseases in which the human body generates too much bone, UCLA researchers have discovered and isolated a... Read More

Accuracies of Leuconostoc phenotypic identification: a comparison of API systems and conventional phenotypic assays

Accuracies of Leuconostoc phenotypic identification: a comparison of API systems and conventional phenotypic assays Wanla... Read More

Chemistry and Life: An Introduction to General, Organic and Biological Chemistry (6th Edition)

Chemistry and Life: An Introduction to General, Organic and Biological Chemistry (6th Edition)  ... Read More

Doctors will soon be able to feel organs via a display screen

February 2008 -- With the aid of computerized image analysis, it may be possible in the future for radiologists to feel... Read More

Yale study offers insight into possible cause of lymphoma

February 2008 -- The immune system's powerful cellular mutation and repair processes appear to offer important clues as to... Read More

Advance

Advance 1. The act of advancing or moving forward or upward; progress. 2. Improvement or progression, physically, mentally,... Read More

Assist

Assist to give support or aid, to be present as a spectator. The activity of contributing to the fulfillment of a need or... Read More

Digestive Enzymes for Keeping Our Balance

Every time I meet with my favorite food, I will lose control of myself to finish those delicious ones. But in the end, I... Read More

Relief

relief 1. The act of relieving, or the state of being relieved; the removal, or partial removal, of any evil, or of anything... Read More

Diffusion

Diffusion Definition Diffusion is the net passive movement of molecules or particles from regions of higher to regions of... Read More

Collodion

Collodion (Science: chemical) a nitrocellulose solution in ether and alcohol. Collodion has a wide range of uses in industry... Read More

Paraffin

paraffin (Science: chemical) A mixture of solid hydrocarbons obtained from petroleum. It has a wide range of uses including... Read More

Immune response

Immune Response Definition An immune response is defined as the reaction of the body in response to the presence of a... Read More

Formula feeding

Formula feeding The ability of the breast to produce milk diminishes soon after childbirth without the stimulation of... Read More

Ectoplasm

Definition noun, plural: ectoplasms The outer, non-granulated, clear portion of the cytoplasm of a cell Supplement The... Read More

Mediate

mediate indirect, accomplished by the aid of an intervening... Read More

Polypeptide

Polypeptide Definition Biology What are polypeptides? A polypeptide is defined as a polymer of amino acids joined together... Read More