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Post  cy7891 on Tue Aug 17, 2010 12:34 pm

according to cheap coach bags reported that :Australian scientists recently discovered in the south-east coast of a large number of rare color fluorescence

Coral, which not only help people to understand global climate change, but also further understanding of human cancer cells, development of new

Important anti-cancer drugs.

(coach outlet) University of Western Sydney Dr. Arab League ni Saleh is one of the discoverers of these corals. According to her, scientists

Were in Sydney to the east of Lord Howe Island is about 15 meters below the surface near the place, found hundreds of flashing blue

, Green and red fluorescence of corals grow densely together. Saleh said: "Those glowing red light of the Shan

Hu usually only in the depths of the ocean, shallow water areas are rare. "

Saleh is currently working with the University of California scientists to study cancer cells and normal cells

Difference between the efficacy of experimental anti-cancer drugs.

Saleh and other researchers will make coral luminescence genes were "implanted" healthy cells and cancer cells of the molecular

, These cells were fluorescent gene internal light, the researchers then through a special light-sensitive microscope

Observed two kinds of cell growth and the change process, observe their mechanism of cancer cells and healthy cells of different

Between.

Researchers previously have been extracted from the jellyfish green fluorescent gene body, but its brightness is much less red fluorescent

Light gene, red light, allows scientists to see more clearly the cells.

In addition to the value of bio-medicine, fluorescent coral may also help people cope with global climate change. Sa

Saleh said: "Earlier this year, the sea warming Lord Howe Island, large-scale bleaching of coral reefs,

(ed hardy clothing)This indicates that the threat of global warming on the coral has begun to spread to Australia's most southern coral reefs. However, fluorescence Shan

Coral bleaching due to injuries suffered less than other corals, the fluorescence may provide some degree of protection of coral

To mitigate the impact of climate change. "


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