Archive: 03/04/2010

Takeda renames heartburn drug to avoid errors

(AP) -- Federal regulators said Thursday that Takeda Pharmaceuticals will change the name of a heartburn drug that has repeatedly been confused by pharmacists with drugs meant to treat cancer and other ailments.

Mar 04, 2010
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Can corn be taught to fix its own nitrogen?

Nitrogen fertilization is essential for profitable corn production. It also is a major cost of production and can contribute to degradation of the environment. Is it possible to "teach" corn to fix its own nitrogen, thus ...

Mar 04, 2010
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Phobos flyby success

Mars Express encountered Phobos last night, smoothly skimming past at just 67 km, the closest any manmade object has ever approached Mars' enigmatic moon. The data collected could help unlock the origin of ...

Mar 04, 2010
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Bully galaxy rules the neighborhood (w/ Video)

(PhysOrg.com) -- In general, galaxies can be thought of as "social" — hanging out in groups and frequently interacting. However, this recent NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope image highlights how some galaxies ...

Mar 04, 2010
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A new energy source from the common pea

If harnessing the unlimited solar power of the sun were easy, we wouldn't still have the greenhouse gas problem that results from the use of fossil fuel. And while solar energy systems work moderately well in hot desert climates, ...

Mar 04, 2010
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Different signaling pathways of cholangiocarcinoma

Overexpression of receptor tyrosine kinase Met has frequently been found in cholangiocarcinoma. A research group in Thailand demonstrated that hepatocyte growth factor, a Met ligand, induced invasion and motility and altered ...

Mar 04, 2010
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