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Therapure Biopharma Inc. Announces Manufacturing Agreement with Biomedical Frontiers Incorporated -- Contract will Support Phase II Trials for Thalassemia Treatment

... build-up in the blood of patients with an iron overload disorder. Biomedical Frontiers believes that ... treatment for thalassemia and other iron overload disorders to markets." About Therapure ... iron-binding drugs for the treatment of iron overload disorders and acute iron poisoning. BMF's ...

CV Therapeutics Receives European Marketing Authorization for Ranolazine for the Treatment of Patients With Chronic Angina

... also notes that the ability of ranolazine to reduce cellular calcium overload is expected to improve myocardial relaxation and decrease left ventricular ... The labeling also notes that the ability of ranolazine to reduce calcium overload is expected to improve myocardial relaxation and decrease left ventricular ...

Cumberland Pharmaceuticals Provides Hospital In-Service Webcast for Acetadote(R)

... for those requiring fluid restriction. To avoid fluid overload, the volume of diluent should be reduced as needed. If volume is not adjusted, fluid overload can occur, potentially resulting in hyponatremia, seizure, and death. Please visit www.acetadote.net for the full prescribing information. ...

Nile Therapeutics Announces Positive Results from Phase 1b Safety and Pharmacodynamics Study of CD-NP in Patients with Heart Failure

... in stable heart failure patients. Patients with NYHA Class II or Class III heart failure, ejection fraction <40% and current signs of fluid overload were included in the study. In this dose escalation trial, four cohorts were administered a single 24-hour infusion of CD-NP at a dose of either 3 ...

BMP Sunstone Reports Second Quarter 2008 Financial Results

... will market and distribute Ferriprox under its five-year licensing agreement with Apotex, Inc. Ferriprox is a cost-effective treatment for iron overload in the bloodstream which is often associated with thalassemia, a disease that can lead to organ damage and heart failure. Thalassemia is ...

"Brave New Reality" Provides a Wide Spectrum of High Tech News and Easy Science.

... Updates by category are performed on a revolving schedule such that new content is more distributed. The intent is to avoid information overload in an area where more focus is needed to absorb the technical content. Regular visitors can spend more time reading an article and looking up ...

FDA Approves New Mechanism of Action Labeling for Ranexa(R)

... suggests that during ischemic episodes excess sodium can flow into cardiac cells through sodium channels. This excess sodium can trigger a subsequent overload of calcium that can lead to problems with proper contraction and relaxation of the heart. Late sodium current inhibition has been shown to improve ...

SLIM Search, Inc. Sponsors Next Generation Sequencing Conference for the Biomedical Market

... of short read length sequence data. He will speak about how the genomics era is maturing and how biologists are feeling the pain of the massive data overload required in modern biology. Sequence searching is a simple but fundamental process that consumes all the hardware researchers have available. He will ...

Advertising ambassador explains the reinvention of marketing

... permission to talk directly to the consumer by sending e-mails is invaluable to the company, Shereshewsky said, while cautioning marketers not to overload their customers, nor take that permission for granted by selling their lists to other companies. He noted that 35 years ago, consumers were ...

Organize the web, simply

... should consider offering on its Web site as they are relatively easy and inexpensive to deploy. And for users, it will help with the information overload you face daily. In addition to Yahoo, here are some of my favorite RSS readers: NewsGator , Feedster , Pluck , and Firefox . All of these ...

Preparing for avian flu with information technology

... tools can provide critical support during an outbreak. Staff communication: Hospitals need to develop effective strategies to care for an overload of patients while both clinical and support staffs are below required levels. Large numbers of health care workers may become ill while others will ...

The Bio-Rad Silver Stain, Rev E

... Alternative to Coomassie Blue R-250 Dilute, unconcentrated samples can be analyzed Use of dilute sample avoids protein overload artifacts Trace samples can be analyzed Sample can be conserved Useful Alternative to Autoradiography ...

Fluorescence-Based Single-Tube Assays to Rapidly Detect Human Gene Mutations

... 80% of Caucasian patients suffering from hereditary haemochromatosis. One of the most common human genetic diseases, it characterized by an iron overload that eventually results in tissue damage and death to the patient. The estimated frequencies of the disease varies from 1 in 200 to 1 in 400 in ...
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