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Thu, 23 Oct 2014 16:56:24 GMT

New TSRI Studies Bring Scientists Closer to Combating Dangerous Unstable ...
Newswise (press release)
Newswise — LA JOLLA, CA – October 23, 2014 - Scientists at The Scripps Research Institute (TSRI) have discovered a way to decrease deadly protein deposits in the heart, kidney and other organs associated with a group of human diseases called the ...

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Thu, 23 Oct 2014 16:31:02 GMT

Science Codex

New TSRI studies bring scientists closer to combating dangerous unstable proteins
Science Codex
LA JOLLA, CA – October 23, 2014 - Scientists at The Scripps Research Institute (TSRI) have discovered a way to decrease deadly protein deposits in the heart, kidney and other organs associated with a group of human diseases called the systemic amyloid ...

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Thu, 23 Oct 2014 16:00:13 GMT

New studies bring scientists closer to combating dangerous unstable proteins
Phys.Org
In the recent PNAS study, the Wiseman lab, in collaboration with Jeffery Kelly's lab at TSRI, focused on a systemic amyloid disease called light chain amyloidosis, where the unstable proteins are called light chain immunoglobulins. Current treatments for light ...

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Thu, 23 Oct 2014 13:47:51 GMT

Rare diseases: No reason for lower demands for studies
Phys.Org
Within the framework of the same commission, the Institute also analysed the underlying studies for the approval of so-called orphan drugs, i.e. drugs for rare diseases, in Europe. The result: For a different approach than in more common diseases, there are ...

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Tue, 21 Oct 2014 15:29:49 GMT

Alzheimer's News Today

Study on Neurons' Function Provide Insight on Alzheimer's, Other Brain Diseases
Alzheimer's News Today
neurons The electrically charged cells in the nervous system, called neurons, react differently compared to electrical signals at the molecular level, even though they are the same type of cell, according to new research conducted at the University of Missouri.

Tue, 21 Oct 2014 11:58:34 GMT

Zee News

Gene behind sweating disorder detected
Zee News
Washington: Mutation of a single gene blocks sweat production leading to an increased risk of hyperthermia, also known as heatstroke, said a study. The gene called ITPR2 controls a basic cellular process in sweat glands, promoting the release of calcium ...

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Tue, 21 Oct 2014 11:35:38 GMT

Fox News

Vaccines do not increase risk of multiple sclerosis, study says
Fox News
Some anti-vaccination groups had raised concerns that the proteins in the Hep B and HPV vaccines could lead to the destruction of myelin, the insulating material that surrounds the parts of nerve cells called axons. Such damage, called ... The researchers wrote that the small risk of developing MS seen in some earlier studies suggests that the vaccine, like an infection, may accelerate the disease's progression in patients who already have MS or other neurodegenerative autoimmune diseases. It may be that after ...

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Tue, 21 Oct 2014 01:18:58 GMT

H Pylori Natural Treatment Advice From Gastroenterology Study
Newsmax.com
Helicobacter pylori, commonly called H. pylori, is a pathogen that can be persistent and difficult to treat and can lead to many gastric diseases. A study published in the World Journal of Gastroenterology offers advice about possible natural treatments for those ...

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Thu, 16 Oct 2014 10:34:46 GMT

Parkinson's disease progression may be reversed
Big News Network.com
Certain drugs can help reverse the effects caused by Parkinson's disease, a study on fruit flies shows. Mutations in a gene called LRRK2 carry a well-established risk for Parkinson's disease. The substances called deacetylase inhibitors could fully restore ...

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Wed, 15 Oct 2014 15:49:50 GMT

Study proves biodiversity buffers disease
ScienceBlog.com (blog)
When a community is biodiverse with many different species, the risk of disease decreases, according to a new study that uses experiments to understand the mechanisms for this pattern, called the “dilution effect.” Researchers have debated for decades ...

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