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Study claims genes store memory of heart attacks
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Study claims genes store memory of heart attacks

Researchers at Uppsala University say that heredity and environmental factors influence the risk of cardiovascular disease. DNA, 2 weeks ago
Genes store memory of heart attack Asian Age, 1 week ago

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Forensic DNA Analysis Helps Check Origin Of Cultured Cells

Cell lines are cultured cells that are commonly used in medical research. New results from Uppsala University show that such cells are not always what they are assumed to be. Using genetic analyses, the researchers showed that a commonly used cell ...
 MedIndia1 month ago Forensic DNA analysis checks the origin of cultured cells  MyNewsDesk1 month ago Research Questions Origin of Cultured Cells  Scicasts4 weeks ago
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Reprogramming Memory May Reduce Life-Long Fear of Spiders

Researchers at Uppsala University in Swedenhave shown how the effect of exposure therapy can be improved by disrupting the recreation of fear-memories in people with arachnophobia (theextreme fear or loathing of spiders), according to their ...
 National Geographic1 month ago New Brain Tweak Can Help You Combat Your Fear Of Spiders, Uppsala Universitet Study  BioSpace1 month ago Memory activation before exposure reduces life-long fear of spiders  MyNewsDesk1 month ago Improved therapy could help arachnophobes get rid of their life-long fear of spiders  International Business Times UK1 month ago
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Lower mortality with polyunsaturated fat

In a study from Uppsala University, published in the American journal JAMA Cardiology, the fatty acid linoleic acid (Omega 6) in subcutaneous adipose tissue was linked to lower mortality among older men followed over a 15-year period A high ...
 Health Canal1 month ago Study links Omega 6 fatty acid in adipose tissue to lower mortality among older men  News-Medical.Net1 month ago Polyunsaturated fat in adipose tissue linked to lower mortality  MyNewsDesk1 month ago Reply to D. Sargent et al [CORRESPONDENCE]  Journal of Clinical Oncology1 month ago
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Simulations suggest Venus may have once been able to support life

A team of researchers with NASA, Uppsala University, Columbia University and the Planetary Science Institute has created several simulations of conditions on Venus billions of years ago using Earth climate models and has found some instances that ...
 PhysOrg.com1 month ago Three Swedish universities earn spots in top 100  The Local Sweden3 weeks ago Shanghai Ranking 2016: top universities for natural sciences and mathematics  Times Higher Education Supplement3 weeks ago University of Helsinki ranked third best in the Nordics  Good News From Finland1 month ago

BRIEF-Pharmacolog signs first clinical contract for DrugLog

Aug 1 Pharmacolog i Uppsala AB : * Says has entered into a commercial agreement with the hospital pharmacy at the University Hospital of Geneva (HUG) regarding the use of DrugLog * The system will be used to ensure the accuracy in processing ...
 Reuters UK2 months ago Pharmacolog signs first clinical contract for DrugLog  Pharmaceutical Tech.com1 month ago
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Flycatcher genome sheds light on causes of mutations

A research team at Uppsala University has determined the complete genetic code of 11 members of a flycatcher pedigree. Doing this, they have for the first time been able to estimate the rate of new mutations in birds. When they combined the new ...
 MyNewsDesk3 weeks ago
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Magnetic Material Could Boost Data Storage Capacity

Researchers at Uppsala University in Sweden have found a new combination of materials that may pave the way for faster and more effective data storage in electronic devices such as computers and smartphones. Their discovery is that magnetic damping ...
 GlobalSpec2 weeks ago Ultra-Low Magnetic Damping Points Toward More Efficient Data Storage  Product Design and Development3 weeks ago New combination of materials could speeds up computers  PhysOrg.com3 weeks ago New material combo may lead to faster computers, smartphones  Business Standard3 weeks ago
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History of tetrapod move onto land rewriten

This week in the journal Nature, a team of researchers from Uppsala University in Sweden, the European Synchrotron Radiation Facility (ESRF) in France and the University of Cambridge in the United Kingdom shows that fossils of the 360 ...
 Space Daily2 weeks ago Life history of the 360-million-year-old tetrapod Acanthostega rewrites the tetrapod move on land  EnvironmentGuru.com3 weeks ago Life history of the 360 million-year-old Acanthostega rewrites the tetrapod move on land  MyNewsDesk3 weeks ago
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Donation for New Sociology Prize

Uppsala University has received its first donation for sociology to be used for the Hans L. Zetterberg Prize to be awarded yearly to a younger researcher, Swedish or foreign, who, with his/her scientific work in sociology, preferably through ...
 MyNewsDesk3 weeks ago
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