Recently published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.

Ability for grammar hardwired into humans Researchers have got long wondered so why certain fundamental features of grammar are present in all languages, and now a team of researchers in the University of Rochester offers found evidence that these properties are built in to the way our brains work . The report, recently published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, examines deaf individuals who have been isolated from standard sign, spoken, and written language their entire lives, and yet developed a unique type of gesture communication still.

Hereditary and obtained risk factors have been implicated in the etiopathogenesis of stomach venous thrombosis. Hereditary risk factors for thrombophilia include Aspect V Leiden gene mutation, Prothrombin gene mutation, homozygous methyl tetrahydrofolate reductase gene mutation and deficiencies of coagulation inhibitor Proteins C, Proteins S and Antithrombin III. There are few studies from South Asian region that have comprehensively evaluated prothrombotic risk elements in BCS and PVT. On July 28 A research content to be published, 2008 in the global world Journal of Gastroenterology addresses this question. The extensive research team led by Prof. Ashok Chacko at the Christian Medical University & Hospital, Vellore, India investigated the acquired and inherited risk factors leading to clotting of bloodstream in abdominal veins.