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Statins May Cause Muscle Damage in Some Patients

... widely used to lower cholesterol, may cause structural damage to the muscles of people experiencing ... myotoxicity, suffering persistent structural injury," said senior study author Dr. Annette ... ryanodine receptor 3 was heightened in those with structural muscle damage, offering a clue to the genetic ...

One Man's Mission to Improve Our Healthcare System and Resolve Chronic Pain

... correctly assessing and eliminating pain. While structural abnormalities are generally believed to be the ... Typically, an x-ray or MRI is executed and a structural abnormality such as a herniated disc or arthritis ... cause of pain. The testing only identifies a structural abnormality that is assumed to be the root of the ...

Eli Lilly and Company Announces New Drug Discovery Initiative

... algorithms focused on drug-like properties and structural novelty. If the compound structure meets certain ... the testing of molecules that represent novel structural diversity and hypotheses that are thoughtfully ... or grant proposals, or to further refine structural hypotheses, all of which may advance scientific ...

Intradigm Announces Issuance of RNA Interference (RNAi) Patent Covering Potent siRNA Sequence

... development: target sequences, delivery and siRNA structural features. Based on this broad IP portfolio, ... patents and pending applications broadly covers structural features for a next generation of RNAi molecules, ... RNAi therapeutics platform consisting of structural features for a next generation of RNAi molecules, ...

Expert consensus on catheter ablation of ventricular arrhythmias

... the progression of ventricular remodelling in structural heart disease? definition of patients with ... The second type concerns those where there is no structural disease, known as idiopathic ventricular ... Many patients with ventricular arrhythmias and structural heart disease have implantable defibrillators ...

ATS Medical Appoints New Vice President of Marketing

... the opportunity to quickly apply my experience in structural heart disease, cardiac arrhythmias and ... products and services for the treatment of structural heart disease. ATS Medical serves the cardiac ... the largest and fastest growing form of structural heart disease in populations over 60 years of ....

New Jersey-Based Biotech Start-Up Nexomics Biosciences Gets Off the Ground

... in bioinformatics, protein production and structural biology for lead discovery, optimization and ... fermentation, crystallization, NMR structural studies, X-ray crystallographic structural studies, and functional annotation. For more ...

Sex difference on spatial skill test linked to brain structure

... with poorer mental rotation ability, and in a new structural discovery, that the surface area of the parietal ... the first time we have related specific structural differences in the parietal lobe to sex-linked ... see both a strong performance and parietal lobe structural difference in children, it would support a ...

Think Tank Investigates the Environmental Conditions Surrounding Health Inequities

... expert on measuring racism and investigating the structural causes of health inequities; Jeannette ... the participants in understanding and reducing structural racism. The "Place Matters" Initiative, ... Matters' teams to tackle critical issues, such as structural racism that is an underlying cause of health ...

U-M to house leading drug database

... is also heavily supported by the Center for structural Biology in the Life Sciences Institute (which ... off. Researchers can use computers to study the structural and biophysical properties of a target protein ... resource has been established to make important structural and binding data available so researchers can ...

With $2M NIH grant, FSU becomes 1 of world's top imaging centers

... -- all acknowledged as the best in the nation for structural biology and structural biological imaging. FSU soon will have ... ), where the current research focus is structural biology. Taylor's work is focused on integrin, a ...

Discovery first step to new therapies

... in the prestigious international journal, Nature structural & Molecular Biology, Dr Mika Jormakka and his ... Institute last year to head up the new structural Biology laboratory, Dr Jormakka is widely ... "It is an exciting time to be working in structural biology as we are still very much at the start of ...

SCAI Creates New Council for Rising Interest in Interventional Therapies for Structural Heart Disease

... interventional cardiology subspecialty field of structural heart disease, the Society for Cardiovascular ... (SCAI) announced today the creation of The structural Heart Disease Council. The Council's ... and acquired "structural" heart conditions. structural heart disease (SHD) includes a range of ...

MicroRNAs appear essential for retinal health

... National Research Council describes a gradual structural decline in retinas that lack microRNAs a sharp ... of the Dicer gene never underwent the inexorable structural decline that occurs in total absence of Dicer, ... nervous system has also produced functional and structural abnormalities, confirming the fundamental role of ...

Varian, Inc. Acquires Oxford Diffraction, Ltd.

... is the most powerful technique available for structural analysis. Nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) provides complementary structural information for compounds in the solid state and also structural information for compounds in solutions. "The ...

Measurement technique probes surface structure of gold nanocrystals

... materials. Without the necessary structural information, our understanding of nanocrystals ... our preconceptions about the nature of structural dynamics and the level of complexity that ... deciphered, the diffraction pattern describes the structural arrangement and behavior of the atoms, and the ...

University of Pittsburgh researchers crack code of 3-D structure in key metabolic protein

... of Pittsburgh School of Medicine led by structural biologist Joanne I. Yeh, Ph.D., have become the ... studys senior author and associate professor of structural biology at Pitt. I think that glycerol metabolism ... an important scientific and technical gap in the structural field and present new information and ideas about ...

New technique takes a big step in examination of small structures

... said Jiang, who also is a member of Purdue's structural biology group. "This breaks a threshold and ... It will be installed in Hockmeyer Hall of structural Biology, expected to open in 2009. Computer ... medically relevant virus species. Purdue's structural biology group studies a diverse group of ...

Study examines decision-making deficits in older adults

... next element of our study will be to complete structural and functional brain-imaging studies to see if we ... tasks." The team already is conducting structural imaging tests, and Denburg has just received a ... imaging studies. Preliminary analysis of the structural imaging data suggests there are physical ...

Manufacturing Organizations Identify Efficiencies in Maintenance Functions

... represented include: -- Effectiveness of structural changes on key outcomes -- Effectiveness of ... -- Duration of transition period for maintenance structural changes -- Management levels identified as most resistant to structural change -- Quantification of improvements to ...

ASGE offers guidelines on endoscopic treatment of dyspepsia

... (GI) symptoms, but also a marker for the risk of structural disease: malignancy is present in 1 to 3 percent ... offers the potential for early diagnosis of structural disease. Age and alarm features have been ... identify those patients with dyspepsia who harbor structural disease. Alarm features include new onset of ...

First look at an enzyme target for antibacterial and cancer drugs

... have produced the first three-dimensional structural images of a DNA-bound Type II topoisomerase (topo ... and some forms of cancer. This first ever structural image of topo II should help in the development ... another, said James Berger, a biochemist and structural biologist who led this research. The enzyme ...

In the Forefront of Research into Protein Folding and Macromolecular Complex Assembly

... that the University of Leeds' Astbury Centre for structural Molecular Biology has published the results of ... be addressed to A.E. Ashcroft, Astbury Centre for structural Molecular Biology, Astbury Building, Faculty of ... ) The Astbury Centre for structural Molecular Biology is an interdisciplinary ...

Secondhand smoke damages lungs, MRIs show

... in bright medical images: evidence of microscopic structural damage deep in the lungs, caused by secondhand ... type of magnetic resonance imaging to find these structural changes in the lungs, said study leader Chengbo ... cigarette smoke for a long time developed these structural changes. Formerly at the University of Virginia, ...

The structural basis of familial hypertrophic cardiomyopathy is revealed

... (Burnham Institute) in La Jolla, CA provides new structural evidence that the disarray at the molecular level ... used smooth muscle myosin to investigate the structural effects of the R403Q mutation. The group ... at the attachment sites, thus demonstrating a structural basis for the change in function of the mutant ...

Imaging shows structural changes in mild traumatic brain injury

... report that diffusion tensor imaging can identify structural changes in the white matter of the brain that ... minimal or no loss of consciousness -- there were structural deficits." Diffusion tensor imaging uses ... allows researchers to quantify and qualify structural changes in white matter, particularly in chronic ...

Revealing the workings of 'Mother Nature's blowtorch'

... of Michigan researchers have revealed important structural details of an enzyme system known as "Mother ... to use traditional techniques to discern the structural details that are crucial to the interaction, said ... proteins should be the highest priority for structural biologists in the coming years." ...

ATS Medical Announces Second Quarter 2009 Results

... and marketing of innovative products and services for the treatment of structural heart disease. ATS Medical serves the cardiac surgery community by ... from cardiac arrhythmias, the largest and fastest growing form of structural heart disease in populations over 60 years of age. The ATS Medical web ...

ATS Medical to Participate at Upcoming Investor Conferences

... and marketing of innovative products and services for the treatment of structural heart disease. ATS Medical serves the cardiac surgery community by ... from cardiac arrhythmias, the largest and fastest growing form of structural heart disease in populations over 60 years of age. The ATS Medical web ...

ATS Medical Announces Second Quarter 2009 Earnings Release Date and Conference Call

... and marketing of innovative products and services for the treatment of structural heart disease. ATS Medical serves the cardiac surgery community by ... from cardiac arrhythmias, the largest and fastest growing form of structural heart disease in populations over 60 years of age. The ATS Medical web ...

ATS Medical Announces First Use of the New ATS CryoMaze 10-S Probe

... and marketing of innovative products and services for the treatment of structural heart disease. ATS Medical serves the cardiac surgery community by ... from cardiac arrhythmias, the largest and fastest growing form of structural heart disease in populations over 60 years of age. The ATS Medical web ...

New strategies to improve treatment and ultimately prevent heart failure in children

... INDIANAPOLIS structural cardiovascular abnormalities present at birth are the leading cause of ... in children. Nearly half a million children in the United States have structural heart problems ranging in severity from relatively simple issues, such as ...

Customers Design Reid Supply's New Web Site

... industry with products ranging from clamps, to power transmission, to structural systems, to hardware and everything in between. "Our exclusive ... Repair and Operations (MRO) - Pneumatics and Hydraulics - structural Systems - Safety "We are always looking toward the future for ...

ATS Medical Announces FDA Clearance and First Implant of New ATS Simulus Semi-Rigid Annuloplasty Band

... and marketing of innovative products and services for the treatment of structural heart disease. ATS Medical serves the cardiac surgery community by ... from cardiac arrhythmias, the largest and fastest growing form of structural heart disease in populations over 60 years of age. The ATS Medical web ...

American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine (AOSSM) Presents Prestigious Research Awards at Annual Meeting

... surgery was more successful in decreasing knee movement and increasing the structural strength of the graft after 15 weeks of healing compared with a ... in 2008. During the course of their research, Saris et al found that structural regeneration with a cell therapy proved more successful than traditional ...

ATS Medical Announces Participation in the Joint Meeting of the Society for Heart Valve Disease and Heart Valve Society of America

... and marketing of innovative products and services for the treatment of structural heart disease. ATS Medical serves the cardiac surgery community by ... from cardiac arrhythmias, the largest and fastest growing form of structural heart disease in populations over 60 years of age. The ATS Medical web ...

ATS Medical Announces Participation in the International Society for Minimally Invasive Cardiothoracic Surgery Meeting

... and marketing of innovative products and services for the treatment of structural heart disease. ATS Medical serves the cardiac surgery community by ... from cardiac arrhythmias, the largest and fastest growing form of structural heart disease in populations over 60 years of age. The ATS Medical web ...

Scientists identify gene in breast cancer pathway

... says Robert H. Singer, Ph.D., professor and co-chair of anatomy and structural biology and co-director of the Gruss-Lipper Biophotonics Center at ... scientist, John Condeelis, Ph.D., who also is co-chair of anatomy and structural biology and co-director of the Gruss-Lipper Biophotonics Center at ...

ATS Medical Announces FDA Clearance of the ATS Simulus Adjustable Annuloplasty Band

... and marketing of innovative products and services for the treatment of structural heart disease. ATS Medical serves the cardiac surgery community by ... from cardiac arrhythmias, the largest and fastest growing form of structural heart disease in populations over 60 years of age. The ATS Medical web ...

Study in Nature Medicine establishes major new treatment target in diseased arteries

... under the stress of blood pressure due to a breakdown in the vessel's structural integrity. AAA leads to 15,000 deaths a year, mostly in aging men, when ... of the vessel wall. In atherosclerosis, overactive MMPs digest the structural barriers in vessel walls that contain smooth muscle cells, which frees ...
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