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Advanced Instruments' Anoxomat Mark II Anaerobic System is Excellent Alternative to Anaerobic Chambers, Gas Bags in Clinical Laboratories

... is an excellent alternative to the use of anaerobic chambers and gas bags currently used in clinical ... I can open it up, take out a sample, and make it anaerobic again very fast," said Dr. Hannah Wexler of the ... The Anoxomat Mark II creates microaerophilic and anaerobic conditions quickly -- delivering significant ...

Sagent Pharmaceuticals Announces U.S. FDA Approval of Azithromycin for Injection

... hominis in patients who require initial intravenous therapy. If anaerobic microorganisms are suspected of contributing to the infection, an antimicrobial agent with anaerobic activity should be administered in combination with azithromycin for ...

Replidyne Pipeline Featured at 47th Annual Interscience Conference on Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy

... "In vitro Activity of REP3123 against Clostridium difficile and Other anaerobic Intestinal Bacteria." -- Poster F1-2118, titled "REP3123: A Narrow ... in Humans." About Clostridium difficile C. difficile is a Gram-positive anaerobic bacterium that causes C. difficile-associated disease (CDAD). CDAD is on ...

Pet Bite Injuries: K-State Veterinarian Shares Tips to Minimize Risk of Bites and Bite-Related Infections

... your physician right away." Stenske said that bite wounds can become infected because dogs and cats both harbor a mixture of aerobic and anaerobic bacteria in their mouths. Bites are an ideal way for bacteria to be transmitted, she said, because teeth damage tissue, making it more prone to ...

Toxic Element Research Foundation Announces Its Latest Worldwide Educational Programs for Health Professionals and Patients

... or defects in the bone where wisdom teeth were removed. Through the use of sophisticated DNA technology, identification of the especially damaging anaerobic bacteria (those who live in the absence of oxygen) that are found in root canals and cavitations has shed new light on the potential cause and ...

The 2009 Leibniz Prize: Eleven new scientific discoverers

... of this highly potent greenhouse gas that enters the atmosphere to a fraction. Boetius was the first person ever to describe this process, called anaerobic oxidation of methane, or AOM, which was of equally great interest to ecologists, geologists and oceanographers as it was to microbiologists and ...

Source Endurance and So High Sports Announce Research Alliance for Physiology and Human Performance

... approach to human performance and development. Pletcher commented, "With our focus on the pure endurance activities and So High's focus on the more anaerobic side of things we will be able to bring together a rich set of data upon which to continue the development of our training frameworks and approaches. ...

Breath test can discriminate between a bacterial overgrowth and IBS

... by bacteria immediately after birth; Escherichia coli, Streptococci and Clostridi are the first bacteria harboured by the colon, followed by anaerobic Enterococci, Lattobacilli and Bacteroidi. These commensal bacteria inhabiting the human intestine (i.e., intestinal microflora) participate in the ...

New study: pine bark extract boosts nitric oxide production

... for better expansion of arteries to carry more blood. This process serves to meet the enhanced oxygen demand of the performing muscle and avoid anaerobic metabolism,"said Dr. Yukihito Higashi, lead researcher of the study. These results also lead me to determine that Pycnogenol will be a useful ...

Philadelphia Flyers to Use VivoChampionTrainer(TM) System to Condition and Strengthen Players

... on-ice feedback that they could not otherwise obtain." McCrossin and the team's coaching staff will use the VivoChampionTrainer to test the players' anaerobic and aerobic fitness throughout the season, using the information they gather to tailor exercise regimens and navigate the fine line between improved ...

Bacteria successful in cancer treatment

... clostridia are responsible for causing serious illnesses such as tetanus and botulism, most of them dont cause any diseases in people. They are all anaerobic bacteria, but most can form highly resistant spores which allow them to survive even in oxygen-rich conditions, although they cannot grow or multiply ...

Echinacea: Cold-Season Cure or Risk?

... were increased for the total group of aerobic bacteria, and for the anaerobic Bacteroides in general and Bacteroides fragilis in particular. anaerobic bacteria – those that grow where there is no oxygen – comprise the ...

The Polymicrobial Nature Of Diabetic Foot Infections

... prior to taking the cultures. The specimen was cultured using aerobic and anaerobic microbiological techniques. Isolates were tested for susceptibility to ... were found to be the most common causes of diabetic foot infections. anaerobic organisms, majority of them were bacteroids, are still a common cause for ...

Scientists Saying Against Trees Sparks Debate

... discovery has caused heated debate among biologists and atmospheric chemists. Though bacteria in soil or decaying matter produce methane in anaerobic conditions, there seems to be no reason or mechanism for living plants to emit the gas in an oxygen-rich environment. The implications of the ...

Arsenic in Chicken Feed may Cause Health Complications

... destroys parasites and perks up the pigmentation of chicken meat. In its pure form roxarsone may not cause much harm. The same compound under certain anaerobic conditions gets transformed into toxic forms of arsenic. Arsenic is known to cause cancer of the lung, kidney, colon, and bladder. The use of ...

Bacterium Could Treat PCBs Without the Need for Dredging

... demonstrated that Dhc can dechlorinate complex commercial PCB mixtures. After identifying the Dhc bacteria, Bedard and her team proved that the anaerobic bacteria thrive on the PCBs, much as humans thrive on oxygen. The microbes replace the chlorines on the PCBs with hydrogen, which fuels their growth ...

Anti-Glycolytic Therapy Proved to be Effective Against Tumors

... meet 90 percent of their energy needs through OXPHOS. People who lack the LDHA enzyme appear to function normally though they cannot be pushed toward anaerobic exercise. ‘They have muscle destruction because they lack an alternative route for producing energy,’ Fantin said. It is not clear whether they have ...

Bacteria Can Convert Flame Retardant Into Toxic Form

... manufacture and use of deca-BDEs, Alvarez-Cohen says. In their study, Alvarez-Cohen and her colleagues exposed octa-BDE and deca-BDE to five types of anaerobic bacteria commonly found in the soil. Based on previous research with other compounds, they anticipated that the bacteria would break down deca-BDEs ...

Crazy Things - Children aged five joining junior gym

... and density due to physical stress whereas disadvantageous one was the risk of bearing more weight. Rather than heavy exercises, aerobic and anaerobic proves to be better. ...

Lactic acid a potent energy giver if used properly!

... the last puzzle pieces to the lactate story and also link for the first time two metabolic cycles - oxygen-based aerobic metabolism and oxygen-free anaerobic metabolism - previously thought distinct. "This is a fundamental change in how people think about metabolism," exercise physiologist George ...

TELITHROMYCIN - the proven effective new drug for cap

... by five clinical trials and clinical and biological outcomes was noted. Blood samples were taken before and after the therapy for both aerobic and anaerobic culture. It was found that, the overall clinical cure rate with telithromycin was 89.5% after 7 to 11 days of therapy. Telithromycin has recently ...
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