Contacts: Ido Braslavsky published in cooperation with John Wettlaufer.

###The research was funded by Ohio University Nanobiotechnology Initiative and the Canadian Institutes of Health Research.Contacts: Ido Braslavsky published in cooperation with John Wettlaufer, professor of physics and geophysics at Yale University, the team also has a related paper on antifreeze protein research in Biophysical Journal. The paper is available online at.

Fritz Lipmann Lectureship – 8.30-9: 30 clock, Ballroom C PPARs: Running Around Obesity RONALD M. Professor of Biology at the Salk Institute for Biological Studies is San Diego, California, is the latest findings on the potential anti-obesity effects of a receptor on cell nuclei called peroxisome proliferator – activated receptor delta present . The receptor is already known to regulate inflammation, suggesting, can be an effective therapy for heart disease. Evans and his team have shown that PPAR-delta helps the liver regains its normal function in obese mice.Our work may be a new field to of experimental therapies, as the fight against later development of of liver metastasis through targeted immunosuppressant cells in the liver in patients with early stage cancer may has major benefits to open, said George Miller, a scholar involved in in the to work by the units for surgical and Cell Biology at the New York University School of Medicine.. Mouse To Cancer metastatic by NYU researchers discovered Stop.

Scholars detected a very important a very important indication of when answering of of the most perplexing questions on cancers: why it is spreading in the liver more than any other organ? Was published in at a new research report at the April 2010 edition the Journal of Leukocyte Biology, scientists from New York University in specific detail experimental results of suggests that immune its the reason.