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Using nanotech to make Robocops

... by spreading the bullets force. Targets can still be left suffering blunt force trauma - perhaps severe bruising or, worse, damage to critical organs. The elasticity of carbon nanotubes means that blunt force trauma may be avoided and thats why the engineers in Sydney have ...

West Penn Allegheny Health System Announces Recruitment of Leading Burn Specialists

... American Board of Surgery. He has published on a wide variety of topics including the use of donated skin in burn healing, wound closure and blunt trauma injuries, and made numerous presentations on burn trauma management. Dr. Barrette is board-certified in surgery and graduated from the ...

Advanced Technologies and Wireless Telecommunications Enhance Care and Medical Training at the Ryder Trauma Center in Miami

... Trauma Center. Approximately 30 percent of the general admissions result from gunshot wounds, stabbings or falls and 70 percent are the result of blunt trauma, vehicular accidents and various other causes. Children make up approx. 10 percent of all patients seen at the center. Since its founding in ...

A simple therapy for brain injury

... Severe brain injury due to blunt force trauma could be reduced by application of a simple polymer, Polyethylene glycol or PEG, mixed in sterile water and injected into the blood ...

Agent in red wine found to keep hearts young

... as caloric restriction - diets with 20-30 percent fewer calories than a typical diet - that in numerous studies has been shown to extend lifespan and blunt the effects of aging. "This brings down the dose of resveratrol toward the consumption reality mode," says senior author Richard Weindruch, a ...

Cardium Reports on Science Channel Series Featuring InnerCool's Endovascular Cooling During Brain Surgery at Stanford University

... Therapeutics and InnerCool Therapies. "Although the precise mechanism of mild cooling's protective effect on the brain is unclear, it appears to blunt the detrimental cascade of events at the cellular level that occurs during the minutes, hours, and sometimes even days after an adverse neurologic ...

Genetic pathway critical to disease, aging found

... Wickens, a UW-Madison biochemist who was not involved in the study. New drugs that modulate the enzyme and control its activity could potentially blunt the stress that leads to disease. Although the discovery of a new genetic pathway in cells is important, much work remains to identify how the ...

Young Physicians Demanding Advanced Laparoscopic Energy Instruments

... of market shares by brand, MRG offers its Laparoscopic Marketrack(TM) service. This service tracks laparoscopic markets, including bladed, bladeless, blunt and hand-assist trocars, advanced energy probes, endolinear cutters and staplers, and reprocessed devices, in the US on a quarterly basis. Besides ...

Sequence-Validated and Expression-Tested Human cDNA in a Dual Expression Vector

... to be present in most cDNA. Digestion with Pme I creates blunt ends that can either be directly ligated to other blunt ends or to adaptors containing the desired ends. Being able to ...

E-Mail Collaboration Problems

... and used application. While we dwell in an environment of ever more precise and well-managed technology tools, e-mail remains the original blunt instrument for collaborating with remote project team members, checking soccer schedules, ordering the shrubbery, getting updates on the supply ...

Describe your invention, or your biotech patent may be worthless

... the public. In such a case, there is insufficient quid pro quo because the inventor can be said to have received more than his fair share. Courts are blunt instruments, and they may use this to invalidate the entire patent. An adequate written description promotes the advancement of science and research ...

Competition for stem cell research is fierce

... to a question about legislative proposals to control scientific research, such as ban on human cloning that was vetoed by Gov. Jim Doyle, Cezar was blunt about the impact she believes new restrictions would have on the scientific community in Wisconsin. If that happened, Id move to California. Cezar ...

Broadband bill will help develop rural Wisconsin

... path to more innovation, Kanavas said. Kanavas is not alone. Federal Communications Commission member Michael J. Copps, a Milwaukee native, was blunt in his assessment for the need for broadband. The way I see it, those who get access to high-speed broadband are going to win, and those (who) ...

Wisconsin students test well on ACT, but relatively few are ready for college rigors

... 72 percent of students - none of whom we can afford to waste in a globally competitive marketplace? The folks who administer the ACT are pretty blunt about this readiness gap. They insist that unless students take a rigorous set of courses in high school, they are likely to struggle with the test ...

H-1B jobs: Where is the shortage of skilled workers?

... H-1B employees when needing his next fix. This is not a band-aid covering a superficial wound. This is more like taking two aspirin for someone with blunt head trauma. Again, we need to wake up. Our ability to compete in the future is a function of many things. How visionary we are, how innovative ...

RNase Protection Assay (RPA) Using DIG-Labeled RNA Probes

... signals in the template. Wraparound transcripts resulting from the use of REs that produce either a 3 overhang or a blunt end. It is strongly recommended to use a RE that produces a 5 overhang. ...

TripleMaster PCR System

... 11.7 Cloning PCR products generated by the TripleMaster PCR System contain a mixture of fragments with blunt ends and 3-single nucleotide overhangs analogous to PCR products amplified by Taq DNA polymerase. TAcloning is therefore ...

TripleMaster PCR System

... 11.7 Cloning PCR products generated by the TripleMaster PCR System contain a mixture of fragments with blunt ends and 3-single nucleotide overhangs analogous to PCR products amplified by Taq DNA polymerase. TAcloning is therefore ...

Eppendorf Perfectprep Gel Cleanup Kit

... a 1.68 kb blunt-ended DNA fragment. The cloning vector, pUC19, was digested with SmaI resulting in a linearized vector with blunt ends. After digesting the DNA and separating it on an agarose gel, the Perfectprep Gel Cleanup Kit was used to purify the ...

Enhanced PCR Cloning System

... PCR products are generated with Taq DNA polymerase or other low-fidelity DNA polymerases, the PCR-Script kits include the reagents necessary to blunt the PCR products for cloning into the PCR-Script vectors. From purification and cloning of PCR products to transformation of ligated DNA, ...
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