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1. INFORMATION ACCESS: NIH Public Access Policy - Zerhouni, Elias A.

2. Structure of the Q237W mutant of HhaI DNA methyltransferase: an insight into protein-protein interactions - Dong, Aiping; Zhou, Lan; Zhang, Xing; Stickel, Shawn; Roberts, Richard J.; Cheng, Xiaodong
We have determined the structure of a mutant (Q237W) of HhaI DNA methyltransferase, complexed with the methyl-donor product AdoHcy. The Q237W mutant proteins were crystallized in the monoclinic space group C2 with two molecules in the crystallographic asymmetric unit. Protein-protein interface calculations in the crystal lattices suggest that the dimer interface has the specific characteristics for homodimer protein-protein interactions, while the two active sites are spatially independent on the outer surface of the dimer. The solution behavior suggests the formation of HhaI dimers as well. The same HhaI dimer interface is also observed in the previously characterized binary (M.HhaI-AdoMet) and...

3. PUBLIC HEALTH: Grand Challenges in Global Health - Varmus, H.; Klausner, R.; Zerhouni, E.; Acharya, T.; Daar, A. S.; Singer, P. A.
This week an international panel announces a list of 14 Grand Challenges in Global Health, and scientists throughout the world will be invited to submit grant proposals to pursue them with funds provided by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. We describe the characteristics of these challenges and the process by which they were formulated and selected after receiving over 1000 responses to a "call for ideas" from the scientific community.

4. Antiinflammatory and Immunomodulating Properties of Fungal Metabolites - Lull, Cristina; Wichers, Harry J.; Savelkoul, Huub F. J.
We discuss current information on the ability of extracts and isolated metabolites from mushrooms to modulate immune responses. This can result in a more enhanced innate and acquired disease resistance. The major immunomodulating effects of these active substances derived from mushrooms include mitogenicity and activation of immune effector cells, such as lymphocytes, macrophages, and natural killer cells, resulting in the production of cytokines, including interleukins (ILs), tumor necrosis factor alpha (TNF)-?, and interferon gamma (INF)-?. In particular, the ability of selective mushroom extracts to modulate the differentiation capacity of CD4+ T cells to mature into TH1 and/or TH2 subsets will be discussed. As a consequence these extracts will have profound effects...

5. (1?3)-?-D-Glucan Does Not Induce Acute Inflammation After Nasal Deposition - Beijer, L.; Rylander, R.
To assess if (1?3)-?-D-glucan, a microbial cell wall agent normally present in pollen, has the ability to produce pollenlike response, sensitive persons received a nasal deposition of two doses of (1?3)-?-D-glucan. The percentage of eosinophils and amount of eotaxin were measured in nasal lavage 30 minutes and 24 hours after challenge. No effect could be demonstrated. The absence of an inflammatory response after (1?3)-?-D-glucan application confirms earlier findings in inhalation studies.

6. Structure of the Q237W mutant of HhaI DNA methyltransferase: an insight into protein-protein interactions - Dong, Aiping; Zhou, Lan; Zhang, Xing; Stickel, Shawn; Roberts, Richard J.; Cheng, Xiaodong
We have determined the structure of a mutant (Q237W) of HhaI DNA methyltransferase, complexed with the methyl-donor product AdoHcy. The Q237W mutant proteins were crystallized in the monoclinic space group C2 with two molecules in the crystallographic asymmetric unit. Protein-protein interface calculations in the crystal lattices suggest that the dimer interface has the specific characteristics for homodimer protein-protein interactions, while the two active sites are spatially independent on the outer surface of the dimer. The solution behavior suggests the formation of HhaI dimers as well. The same HhaI dimer interface is also observed in the previously characterized binary (M.HhaI-AdoMet) and...

7. PUBLIC HEALTH: Grand Challenges in Global Health - Varmus, H.; Klausner, R.; Zerhouni, E.; Acharya, T.; Daar, A. S.; Singer, P. A.
This week an international panel announces a list of 14 Grand Challenges in Global Health, and scientists throughout the world will be invited to submit grant proposals to pursue them with funds provided by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. We describe the characteristics of these challenges and the process by which they were formulated and selected after receiving over 1000 responses to a "call for ideas" from the scientific community.

 

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