Navigation Links
Reverse Cholesterol Transport by RVX-208 a Small Molecule for ApoA-I Production Increase Presented at American Heart Association Scientific Meeting
Date:11/5/2007

X-208 on serum ApoA-I levels, HDL subspecies distribution and the functional improvements of serum to promote cellular cholesterol efflux from vulnerable plaque cells. The mere fact that the data is based on African Green monkeys in a context of dose-response makes it predictive for similar treatment effects in humans.

About Cardiovascular Disease (CVD)

CVD can be generally defined as any abnormal condition characterized by dysfunction of the heart and blood vessels. CVD includes atherosclerosis (especially coronary heart disease which can lead to heart attacks), cerebrovascular disease (stroke), and hypertension (high blood pressure). The underlying cause of most CVD is a gradual clogging of the arteries (atherosclerosis) that supply blood to the heart, brain and other vital organs.

The American Heart Association estimates that almost 80 million American Adults have one or more types of cardiovascular disease. CVD remains the number one killer of developed nations. Nearly 2400 Americans die each day from cardiovascular disease - that is 1 person will die every 36 seconds.

About Resverlogix Corp.

Resverlogix Corp. is a leading biotechnology company engaged in the development of novel therapies for important global medical markets with significant unmet needs. The NexVas(TM) program is the Company's primary focus which is to develop novel small molecules that enhance ApoA-I. These vital therapies address the grievous burden of atherosclerosis and other important diseases such as acute coronary syndrome, diabetes, Alzheimer's and other vascular disorders. The Company's secondary focus is TGF-Beta Shield(TM), a program that aims to address burgeoning grievous diseases, such as cancer and fibrosis. Resverlogix Corp. trades on the Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX:RVX). For further information please visit http://www.resverlogix.com.

This news release may contain certain forward-looking
'/>"/>

SOURCE Resverlogix Corp.
Copyright©2007 PR Newswire.
All rights reserved

Page: 1 2 3

Related biology technology :

1. MedImmune Licenses Reverse Genetics Technology to Novartis for Use in Influenza Vaccine Development and Production
2. Viragen International to Reverse Split Its Common Stock
3. Neurobiological Technologies, Inc. Reports Fourth Quarter and Fiscal Year-End Financial Results for 2007 Announces 1-for-7 Reverse Stock Split
4. New Survey Reveals Many Adults With High Cholesterol Fail to Take Necessary Steps to Improve Their Condition
5. International Isotopes Inc. Announces Completion of an Exclusive Distributor Agreement for Sales of New Style Transportation Containers
6. Bioscrypts V-Station MIFARE Placed on Transportation Security Administrations Qualified Products List
7. Mechanism for the in-vivo transport of siRNA
8. AG Mednet Selected By Massachusetts General Hospital to Transport 3D Post-Processing Images
9. Imagenetix Inc. to Present at Noble Small Cap Financial Conference on August 21, 2007
10. FDA Approves ACAM2000(TM) Vaccine for Protection Against Smallpox
11. Exelixis Reports Encouraging Interim Data From a Phase 2 Trial of XL647 as First-Line Therapy for Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer
Post Your Comments:
*Name:
*Comment:
*Email:
(Date:9/19/2014)... Scientists at NYU Langone Medical Center have found a ... process for turning adult cells into so-called pluripotent stem ... Using the new technique in mice, the researchers increased ... cells by more than 20-fold compared with the standard ... and thus should generally accelerate research aimed at using ...
(Date:9/19/2014)... 19, 2014  Nektar Therapeutics (NASDAQ: ... characterizing the analgesic profiles of a series of ... agonist molecules. The preclinical research candidates were created ... The analgesic properties of kappa receptor ... 1,2 Kappa opioid receptors are expressed in ...
(Date:9/19/2014)... DUBLIN , September 19, 2014 ... Research and Markets ( http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/b2jxhs/micro_market ) has announced the ... Pre-packed Chromatography Columns"  report to their offering.  ... columns market is one of the fastest-growing segments ... at $1.2 billion in 2013, and expected to ...
(Date:9/18/2014)... , Sept. 18, 2014 About POCT ... is performed outside a clinical laboratory. It helps ... administrating appropriate treatments and medication. POCT is gaining ... of lifestyle diseases such as diabetes, heart disease, ... POCT devices are standardized to minimize errors during ...
Breaking Biology Technology:NYU Langone scientists report reliable and highly efficient method for making stem cells 2NYU Langone scientists report reliable and highly efficient method for making stem cells 3Nektar Presents Positive Preclinical Data on Oral, Peripherally-Acting Kappa Agonist Molecules at 2014 American Academy of Pain Management Meeting 2Nektar Presents Positive Preclinical Data on Oral, Peripherally-Acting Kappa Agonist Molecules at 2014 American Academy of Pain Management Meeting 3Nektar Presents Positive Preclinical Data on Oral, Peripherally-Acting Kappa Agonist Molecules at 2014 American Academy of Pain Management Meeting 4Nektar Presents Positive Preclinical Data on Oral, Peripherally-Acting Kappa Agonist Molecules at 2014 American Academy of Pain Management Meeting 5Micro Market Monitor : Global Pre-packed Chromatography Columns 2POCT Market in China 2014-2018 2
... Wang to present Monday, April 7 at 1:45 PM, ... Analyst, Parks,Associates, will present new digital health research at ... in Seattle on Monday, April,7., Harry will highlight ... project on the private health insurance industry featuring,interviews with ...
... Ratcliff, the,award-winning architecture, planning and interiors firm, ... care tower,accompanied by a 767-stall parking garage and ... - Walnut Creek Campus. The Thomas J.,and Muriel ... ground will add,230 private and six semi-private rooms, ...
... employees in Massachusetts, encompassing over 250,000 square feet for new ... ... Mass., April 3, 2008 Joined by local officials,and Organogenesis, Inc.,s ... which was once,planning to move its operations outside of the state, ...
Cached Biology Technology:Parks Associates' Digital Health Analyst to Present Latest Research and Forecasts at ATA Show 2Ratcliff Designs Hospital of the Future for John Muir Medical Center - Walnut Creek Campus 2Ratcliff Designs Hospital of the Future for John Muir Medical Center - Walnut Creek Campus 3Governor Patrick Announces Life Sciences Initiative Victory With Organogenesis' New Headquarters 2Governor Patrick Announces Life Sciences Initiative Victory With Organogenesis' New Headquarters 3Governor Patrick Announces Life Sciences Initiative Victory With Organogenesis' New Headquarters 4
(Date:9/18/2014)... Dogs generally seem to be cheerful, happy-go-lucky characters, so ... outlook on life. , In fact some dogs ... University of Sydney shows. , "This research is ... in dogs objectively and non-invasively. It offers researchers and ... and how that changes," said Dr Melissa Starling, from ...
(Date:9/18/2014)... and nitrogen comprise all spheres of our planet. ... caused imbalances and perturbations that resulted in increases ... result in climate changes which influence the complex ... atmosphere. Understanding these feedback mechanisms has become an ... during the past three decades. , In parallel, ...
(Date:9/18/2014)... Sticklebacks, the roaches of the fish world, are the ... control body shape. They,ve moved from the ocean into ... the world, each time changing their skeleton to adapt ... and freshwater populations of sticklebacks now have turned up ... evidence that a simple change in that gene,s regulation ...
Breaking Biology News(10 mins):Dogs can be pessimists too 2Dogs can be pessimists too 3Greenhouse gas research enters a new era 2Counting fish teeth reveals regulatory DNA changes behind rapid evolution, adaptation 2Counting fish teeth reveals regulatory DNA changes behind rapid evolution, adaptation 3
... Stents that keep weakened and flabby arteries from collapsing ... stents are no longer needed -- once the arteries ... choice but to leave them in place. Prof. ... Engineering has developed a new patent-pending fiber platform that ...
... fish food is a matter of debate. A high-profile study ... percent of their carbon from trees and leaves, evidence for ... But new research from the University of Washington shows ... much richer diet for fish and other aquatic life, according ...
... Applied mathematicians dissected the morphology of the plantain ... with a saddle-like arc midsection and closely packed ripples ... fan-like shapeelastic relaxation resulting from bending during differential growthwas ... ribbons. Haiyi Liang, a postdoctoral student at Harvard,s ...
Cached Biology News:A coating for life 2Fish food fight: Fish don't eat trees after all, says new study 2Fish food fight: Fish don't eat trees after all, says new study 3The cause behind the characteristic shape of a long leaf revealed 2
Human VEGF R2 (KDR) MAb (Clone 89106)...
...
... ZMD.366. Immunogen: Synthetic peptide ... of human SENP1. Specificity: ... kDa SENP1. Reactivity: Human ... transfected Hep2 cell lysates HL-60 ...
...
Biology Products: