DNA gripped in nanopores
... for the first time how the gel influences the movement
of the DNA. The researchers drove a single DNA ... published on March 29 in Nature Physics .
of DNA under the influence of an electric field, ... in a layer around the DNA. These ions retard the movement
of DNA under the influence of an electric field. ...
Shire begins the year with a strong performance
... October 2008.
We identified that each 10c movement
in the EUR:$ and GBP:$ exchange
rates impacts ... - (7.6)
in deferred taxes 33.7 ... CASH FLOWS FROM INVESTING ACTIVITIES
in restricted cash (6.9) ...
Batman Teams with Senator Katherine Laforge to Help Free America from OPEC
... energy. Most people equate the alternative energy movement
to the democrats but Kent Batman is a Republican, ... individuals spearheading the alternative energy movement
are Republicans. Sam Wyly who started Green ... are self made billionaire green Republicans. The movement
to free us from OPEC is a desire shared by many ...
AstraZeneca Calls on All Americans to Join US AGAINST ATHERO to Fight the Nation's Number One Killer
... to the creation of US AGAINST ATHERO, a national movement
designed to increase awareness of the leading ... with knowledge.
"The US AGAINST ATHERO movement
has made great strides in mobilizing Americans to ...
Since its 2007 launch, the US AGAINST ATHERO movement
has educated millions of Americans about ...
New technique allows simultaneous tracking of gene expression and movement
... cameras, creating a real time computer record of movement
and gene expression. The new technique, described ... then quantified and correlated with 3D animal movement
in real time. According to Tower, "These methods ... the green fluorescence that results and the fly's movement
can be tracked at a rate of 60 frames per second. ...
Scientists restore movement to paralyzed limbs through artificial brain-muscle connections
... from the brain to muscles can restore voluntary movement
in monkeys whose arms have been temporarily ... study demonstrates a novel approach to restoring movement
through neuroprosthetic devices, one that would ... activity of neurons known to be associated with movement
of specific body parts. Here, the researchers ...
Carnegie Mellon MRI technology that noninvasively locates, quantifies specific cells in the body
... which allows us to track their location and movement
and to count the apparent number of cells ... College of Science.
The ability to track the movement
and eventual location of specific immune cells is ... In this way, we could use MRI to visualize the movement
of the therapeutic cells in the patient to ...
Flash Technology Prevents Pain From Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
... Wrist Pain is Banished by "Transformational movement
Lessons": Animated Personal Trainer Helps ... users through a series
of 6 transformational movement
lessons which have been remarkably effective
at ... system and former apprentice of well
expert Dr. Moshe Feldenkrais. "By providing ...
Shire plc: Core Portfolio of Products Delivers 20% Sales Growth
... GAAP diluted earnings per ADS of $1.88.
We identified that each 10c movement
in the EUR:$ and GBP:$ exchange
rates impacts Shire's Non GAAP diluted ... on sale of product rights - (9.1) - (16.7)
in deferred taxes (79.3) (16.4) (45.7) 17.4
Ceregene Receives Additional Grant From Michael J. Fox Foundation to Expand Long-Term Testing of CERE-120 Patients
About Parkinson's Disease
Parkinson's disease is a progressive movement
disorder that affects a million people in the United States. Its main ... to the putamen. Dopamine is a neurotransmitter involved in controlling movement
and coordination, so Parkinson's patients exhibit a progressive inability ...
Physician's Organization Makes History by Publishing U.S.'s First Adult Stem Cell Guidelines (ASCTA Drives Safe Stem Cell Practices)
... has formed at SafeStemCellsNow and is rapidly growing as word of the movement
Adult stem cells can be processed with the same ... patients.
About Safe Stem Cells NOW!
The Safe Stem Cells NOW! movement
was started by the American Stem Cell Therapy Association (ASCTA) and ...
Now Available: State-of-the-Art Gait Training Device to Help Millions Walk More Normally Again
... Can Be Used by the Elderly and Patients With movement
Disorders at Home and in a Variety of Healthcare Settings
HAIFA, ... optical images of objects help the observer navigate, stabilize, and pace movement
For more information on GaitAid please visit ...
CIRM Completes Briefing Visit to Stemedica Cell Technologies
... to see first hand the assets and potential they represent to the stem cell movement
in California", said Dr. Alan Trounson, President of CIRM. "We ... delighted that these outstanding leaders within California's stem cell movement
took the time to find out more about Stemedica and our plans to lead this ...
Clinical Research Study Focuses on Little Known Behavioral Changes Related to Parkinson's Disease
... worldwide. While the disease is recognized for its profound effects on movement
such as tremors, less known is that 1 in 3 Parkinson's disease patients ... caregivers and families," said expert Dr. Bernard Ravina, Director of the movement
and Inherited Neurological Disorders Unit at the University of Rochester ...
Oregon theory may help design tomorrow's sustainable polymer
... the processing of plastic materials since the 1960s has focused on the movement
of individual macromolecules as they move by one another. Materials ... mathematics-heavy theory -- built on Langevin equations that describe the movement
of particles in liquid or gas -- to watching students disembark from a ...
New Initiative Focuses on Water Quality Improvement in the Mississippi River Basin and Gulf of Mexico
... -- A new initiative announced
today aims to reduce nutrient and sediment movement
into the United States'
largest river system, the Mississippi River. ... of the Lower Mississippi Valley. BMPs will be designed to reduce
of nutrients and sediments while providing secondary
Ceregene Announces Clinical Data From Phase 2 Clinical Trial of CERE-120 for Parkinson's Disease
... About Parkinson's Disease
Parkinson's disease is a progressive movement
disorder that affects a
million people in the United States. Its main ... of the midbrain. Dopamine is a
neurotransmitter involved in controlling movement
and coordination, so
Parkinson's patients exhibit a progressive inability ...
Virginia Tech engineers identify conditions that initiate erosion
... in the article, "The Role of Impulse on the Initiation of Particle movement
Under Turbulent Flow Conditions."*
Scientists and engineers have long ... And not only for the thresholds that result in soil erosion, but for the movement
of contaminants. "A lot of particles have chemicals attached to them. At ...
Shire's New Product Portfolio Delivers Strong Quarterly Performance
... we have seen significant movements in foreign
exchange rates. Each 10c movement
in the Euro:$ and GBP:$ exchange rates
impacts Shire's Non GAAP diluted ... Gain on sale of long-term assets 0.4 - (9.4) - movement
in deferred taxes 6.8 (49.6) 24.2 (35.8) Equity ...
Beaumont Doctor's Invention Improves Cataract Surgery Outcomes
... the lens before or during cataract
surgery, thereby preventing the movement
of lens fragments into the back of
Each year, approximately 10 ... move into the front of the eye when the
lens is not fully supported. This movement
can lead to complications such
as capsule tears, zonular dialysis, and ...
Alseres Pharmaceuticals, Inc. Reports 2007 Financial Results and Provides Company Highlights
... of ALTROPANE in Parkinson disease patients were presented at movement
Disorder Society's 11th International Congress of Parkinson's Disease and movement
Disorders in June 2007. The data demonstrated that ALTROPANE uptake ...
Shire plc: IFRS Results for the Year Ending December 31, 2007
... rights. These benefits were partially offset by the adverse impact
of the movement
in deferred taxes not recognised of US$7.0 million (2006:
US$91.0 million ... operating activities 10 567.0 565.0 Investing activities movement
in restricted cash (9.7) 0.7 Purchase ...
Nanoscience will change the way we think about the world
... influences on oceanic and global carbon cycling.
Another example is the movement
of harmful heavy metals in the Earths critical zone. In ongoing research ... vernadite-like mineral (a manganese oxyhydroxide) involved in the movement
of lead, arsenic, copper, and zinc hundred of miles in the river drainage ...
News from the March 2008 American Physical Society Meeting
... 4:18 p.m. Central Time (5:18 p.m. Eastern)
Learning how to control the movement
of electrons on the molecular and nanometer scales could help scientists ... theoretical techniques used to understand the factors affecting electron movement
on Monday, March 10, 2008, at 4:18 p.m. Central Time in room RO4.
Vasogen's Research Published in European Journal of Neuroscience
... of these neurons and thereby the dopamine they
produce that results in the movement
abnormalities seen in this model.
The published study assessed the ... the brain that control and
modulate movement. Symptoms include a number of movement
as tremors, slowness of movement, stiffness and ...
CleveMed Receives $1.5 Million in NIH Funding to Further Develop a Portable System for Monitoring Parkinson's Disease Motor Symptoms
... said Joseph P. Giuffrida, PhD, Director of
CleveMed's Division of movement
Disorders. "Using Kinesia with the UPDRS
will give clinicians detailed ... applications,
including brain monitoring, sleep disorders and movement
innovations, CleveMed has developed a growing ...
Nikon Unveils the Eclipse Ti Inverted Microscope Series at The Society for Neroscience Annual Meeting
... boosting total operational
speed. Additionally, faster motorized device movement
and image acquisition
protocols decreases overall light exposure and ... joystick and ergonomic
controllers allow custom programmed operations and movement
adjustment with a precise and natural operation feel. About Nikon ...
Recent Study Confirms Alimentary Health's Bifantis(R) Demonstrates Efficacy in the Treatment of Irritable Bowel Syndrome
... composite score abdominal
pain/discomfort, bloating/distention and bowel movement
to placebo for the entire treatment period (P<0.05). ... score of abdominal
pain/discomfort, bloating/distention, and bowel movement
the a priori time point four weeks. Conclusion: ...
New force-fluorescence device measures motion previously undetectable
... them. The changing ratio of the two intensities indicates the relative movement
of the two dyes. Therefore, by monitoring the brightness of the two dyes, ... its own processing enzyme.
The next challenge is to obtain a timeline of movement
by force, for example, due to the action of DNA processing enzymes, and ...
IFRS Information - First Half of 2007
... 254.8 296.2
Cash flows from investing activities movement
in restricted cash (9.6) 1.1 Purchase ... ESOT (99.9) (2.0) movement
in finance lease obligations ...
... NCEM director Dahmen. "Our resolution is significantly higher than any previous studies of this nature, which made it possible for us to measure the movement
and growth of individual colloidal particles only a few nanometers in size."
Zheng, Dahmen, Alivisatos and their colleagues used the JEOL 3010 and ...
Model predicts evolution of Mediterranean landscape following fires
... Michigan State University in the United States, tells SINC. 'Cellular automata' are mathematical tools used in artificial intelligence to track the movement
of linked objects within a grid (in this case a map).
Millington says this model is able to represent landscapes over areas in excess of 1,000 ...
Video shows nanotube spins as it grows
... clock -- with about 24 steps per rotation.
"The results support our predictions of how nanotubes grow," Yakobson said. "The video shows rotational movement
during growth, as carbon atoms are added in pairs to the twisting, chiral network of carbon atoms that comprise the nanotube."
Amgen to Collaborate With GlaxoSmithKline to Commercialize Denosumab in Europe for Postmenopausal Osteoporosis (PMO)
... as well as for the discovery and development of new products. Discovery or identification of new product candidates cannot be guaranteed and movement
from concept to product is uncertain; consequently, there can be no guarantee that any particular product candidate will be successful and become a ...
Practice makes perfect -- motor memory possible for neuroprosthetic control
... a mathematical model, or "decoder." The decoder, analogous to a simplified spinal cord, translated the signals from the brain's motor cortex into movement
of the cursor.
It took about four to five days of practice for the monkeys to master precise control of the cursor. Once they did, they completed ...
A Swiss Team Uses Transcranial MR-Guided Focused Ultrasound to Treat Patients With Functional Brain Disorders
... with his family.
The Swiss research team is planning a larger study for functional brain disorders and expands its clinical research to movement
disorders, such as Parkinson's disease and tremor, and to other functional neurological disorders later this year. Additional sites in North America ...
Amgen to Participate in Reproductive Health Drugs Advisory Committee Meeting in August
... we project. Discovery or identification of new product candidates or development of new indications for existing products cannot be guaranteed and movement
from concept to product is uncertain; consequently, there can be no guarantee that any particular product candidate or development of a new ...
Clinical Pharmacology Study With AZILECT(R) (Rasagiline Tablets) Demonstrated It Does Not Increase Tyramine Sensitivity
... sensitivity at the maximum approved dose of 1 mg. The presentation was made during the 13th International Congress of Parkinson's Disease and movement
Disorders in Paris, France. This study assessed the potential risk of hypertensive crisis due to the interaction between high doses of oral tyramine ...
Nature parks can save species as climate changes
... Park, on the borders of Sierra Leone and Liberia, uniting existing protected IBAs and encompassing additional forest to provide corridors for the movement
of wildlife between them. It protects one of the largest remaining blocks of intact forest in the Upper Guinea Area of West Africa.
Doctors in New Hampshire Now Treating Cancer with Non-Invasive Image-Guided Radiosurgery Using Novalis Tx(TM) Technology
... ensure treatment accuracy, Wentworth Douglass clinicians used the platform's optical and X-ray image-guidance technology to adjust for any tumor movement
due to Bickford's breathing during treatment.
"I'm a long time smoker, and over time, my breathing capacity has been severely weakened," said ...