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Article ID: 943

The Color of Apples Can Affect Their Taste

Washington State University

It is one of those last gorgeous days of October, and John Fellman is leading me through the variety block of WSU's Tukey Orchard, 392 trees of 97 different varieties. The tastes ...

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Article ID: 977

Beta Blockers Underused, Reducing Survival

Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ)

Elderly patients who receive beta blockers following a heart attack are 43 percent less likely to die in the first 2 years following the attack than patients who do not receive this ...

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Article ID: 986

New treatment found for severe breathing disorder

University of Wisconsin-Madison Department of Medicine

Research by an international team of scientists on brain chemicals that control breathing may have paid off for the stroke patients and brain-damaged children who most commonly suffer from apneusis. ...

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Article ID: 985

Genzyme Transgenics Begins U.S. Phase II Trial with ATIII

Genzyme Corporation

Genzyme Transgenics Corp. has begun a phase II clinical trial in the United States with its lead product, the transgenic form of human antithrombin III (ATIII), a plasma protein that ...

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Article ID: 984

Genzyme's Cardiovascular Gene Therapy Program

Genzyme Corporation

Genzyme Corp. has commenced a gene therapy program that will concentrate on the development of molecular therapies to treat cardiovascular disease. As an initial focus, the company will be working ...

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Article ID: 983

Review Copies Available of Book on Biodiversity

Johns Hopkins University

Review copies are available of a new Johns Hopkins University Press book on biodiversity. "The Idea of Biodiversity: Philosophies of Paradise" examines the concept of biodiversity, its origins and its ...

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Article ID: 981

Scientists Find Early Clues Into Scleroderma

Johns Hopkins Medicine

Johns Hopkins scientists studying scleroderma may have identified the unique molecular footprints on the biochemical trail leading the immune system to attack its own tissues.

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Article ID: 980

A golden chance to understand diffusion

University of Alabama Huntsville

A small gold oven sent to Russia's MIR space station ...

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Article ID: 979

Survey Says Superior Products May Be Bad

University of Alabama Huntsville

Relatively small U.S. companies probably should not invest the ...

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Article ID: 978

Coating process may give implants longer life

University of Alabama Huntsville

A process that bonds the stuff from which bones are made onto the surface of artificial bone and joint implants may give longer life to as many as 600,000 implants a ...

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