How India’s Nuclear Industry Created A River Of Death, According to Court Case Claims

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Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys., 2018, Advance Article DOI: 10.1039/C8CP04869J, PaperMarija Marolt, Steffen L üdeke NAD(P)H-titration circular dichroism spectra of alcohol dehydrogenases tell us how strong and in what conformation the cofactor binds to the enzyme. To cite this article before page numbers are assigned, use the DOI form of citation above. The content of this RSS Feed (c) The Royal Society of Chemistry
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This study aimed to determine the oral health knowledge (OHK) of Hispanic adults in Iowa to identify potential gaps in knowledge. METHODS: This cross-sectional study included a convenience sample of self-identifying Hispanic adults. Data pertaining to oral health literacy and demographic, cultural, and dental characteristics were collected. OHK was assessed with the Conceptual Measure of Oral Health Knowledge, and it was categorized as low or high. Bivariate analyses and multiple logistic regression models were conducted to identify the variables related to OHK (P
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Certain fats found in seafood may help keep you healthy for years to come, according to a new study published in the BMJ. Higher blood levels of omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids — healthy fats found in foods such as fish, nuts, leafy greens and vegetable and flaxseed oils — were associated with a greater chance of healthy aging, according to the observational research. Omega-3s found in seafood seemed to have the strongest effect, says study co-author Heidi Lai, a postdoctoral fellow at Tufts’ Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy. “There had been studies that looked at the relationship...
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Authors: Wani TH, Surendran S, Mishra VS, Chaturvedi J, Chowdhury G, Chakrabarty A Abstract Sepantronium bromide (YM155), originally developed against the anti-apoptotic protein survivin, performed exceptionally well in pre-clinical and phase I clinical trials. However, in phase II trials of several cancer types including breast cancer it performed poorly. Additionally, no definitive correlation between survivin level and response to therapy was found. In an attempt to understand the true reason of the late-stage failure of this promising drug, we developed YM155-resistant MCF-7 breast cancer cell line and characte...
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Authors: Milevskiy MJG, Sandhu GK, Wronski A, Korbie D, Brewster BL, Shewan A, Edwards SL, French JD, Brown MA Abstract Depletion of BRCA1 protein in mouse mammary glands results in defects in lactational development and increased susceptibility to mammary cancer. Extensive work has focussed on the role of BRCA1 in the normal breast and in the development of breast cancer, the cell of origin for BRCA1 tumours and the protein-coding genes altered in BRCA1 deficient cells. However, the role of non-coding RNAs in BRCA1-deficient cells is poorly understood. To evaluate miRNA expression in BRCA1 deficient mammary cells,...
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Authors: Koobotse M, Holly J, Perks C Abstract Within populations carrying the same genetic predisposition, the penetrance of BRCA1 mutations has increased over time. Although linked to changes in lifestyle factors associated with energy metabolism, these observations cannot be explained by the established role of BRCA1 in DNA repair alone. We manipulated BRCA1 expression using tetracycline in the UBR60-bcl2 cell line (which has an inducible, tetracycline-regulated BRCA1 expression) and siRNA in oestrogen receptor(ER)-positive MCF7 and T47D breast cancer cells. Cellular responses to BRCA1 silencing and IGF-I action...
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Conclusion: The "Clo-Baltimore regimen" is safe and feasible and provides good survivals for patients with myeloid malignancies and haplo-donors. Methods: Here, we report a variant of the Baltimore regimen, where 1) fludarabine was replaced by clofarabine, 2) bone marrow was replaced by peripheral blood stem cells, and 3) tacrolimus was replaced by cyclosporine, in a "Clo-Baltimore regimen". PMID: 30323896 [PubMed]
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