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Positive Mosquito Count for West Nile Virus Lead DEP, Southeastern PA Counties to Ramp up Treatment Activities

... pools when not in use. Stagnant water in a wading pool becomes a place for mosquitoes to breed. -- ... chlorinate swimming pools not in use. A swimming pool left untended by a family on vacation for a month ... may even breed in the water that collects on pool covers. -- For stagnant pools of water, ...

Autism Studies Presented at Mid-Atlantic Research Consortium Meeting

... researchers from various disciplines but with some common interests pool their efforts and exchange ideas, to devise new avenues of investigation. ... benefit by drawing on diverse populations of patients, finding a broader pool of information than even a large facility can provide. Such ...

New Discovery of Key Difference in Bile Acid Metabolism in Patients with Type 2 Diabetes May Suggest Underlying Disorder

... were observed for cholic acid (CA) or the chenodeoxycholic acid (CDCA) pool sizes, CDCA synthesis rate, or bile acid fractional turnover rates. ... or minus 1.5 vs. HC 4.9 plus or minus 2.4 micro mol/kg/d; p<0.01), DCA pool size (21.4 plus or minus 6.5 vs. HC 13.7 plus or minus 6.3 micro mol/kg; ...

Avicena Announces Positive Phase II Data for a Combination Trial Involving AL-08 for the Treatment of Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS)

... evaluation. The trial was concluded ahead of schedule after the first pool of patients met the selection criteria. "We are encouraged that the ... or AL-08/celecoxib. The trial was stopped early after the first pool of 60 patients when the selection criteria was met by showing a large ...

Scottsdale Facility to Be First in U.S. to Showcase True REST Technology

... consciousness actually began in 1951 at the McGill University Perceptual Isolation Laboratory. Flotation REST involves floating on top of a pool of saltwater - 10 inches of water and 800 pounds of Epsom salt - in a specially designed tank with minimal light and sound. Because of the high salt ...

Fate Therapeutics Announces First Patient Treated in Phase 1b Clinical Trial of FT1050 for Hematopoietic Stem Cell Support

... populations, and delays in finding a match can severely impact patient outcome. An alternative is to use cord blood (CB), which extends the donor pool because as few as four of the six HLA markers need to match. CB has many other logistical and clinical advantages, including faster availability, ...

Glycerin Proven to Improve Bruising and Swelling Caused By Trauma to Skin

... lubricate and hydrate the skin's cells. It is a thick, water-soluble liquid. Bruises occur when capillary blood vessels break and blood and fluids pool underneath the skin. Glycerin's hydrating properties enable the body to seal off the broken capillaries and blood vessels caused by trauma to the ...

Rendell Administration Announces Health Research Grants From Tobacco Settlement Funds

... resistance. Each grant is required to establish a research training program for minority students and faculty in order to create a diverse applicant pool for high-level research positions. "These grants will support research that seeks to find answers to some of Pennsylvania's most pressing health ...

ESBATech's Antibody Fragment Enters Phase Ib/IIa in Ophthalmology

... Fragment Platform Technology ESBATech is the first and only company to date that has successfully screened and characterized the entire human pool (1.5 million) of naturally occurring variable immunoglobulin (VH and VL) domains to select highly stable, soluble and monomeric single-chain antibody ...

Impact Medical Solutions Announces Appointment of New Director and Corporate Update

... He is also the President and CEO of Orex Exploration Inc., a junior gold exploration company, and CEO of Argex Silver Capital Inc., a Capital pool Company. Mr. Billings is active as a Director and advisor to several private and public corporations. He received a Master of Business ...

ESBATech's Antibody Fragment Enters Phase I/IIa Clinical Development in Osteoarthritis with the Potential for Disease-Modifying Activity

... fragment platform technology ESBATech is the first and only company to date that has successfully screened and characterized the entire human pool (1.5 million) of naturally occurring variable immunoglobulin (VH and VL) domains to select highly stable, soluble and monomeric single-chain antibody ...

Third Pivotal Phase 3 Study for NicOx' Naproxcinod Shows Positive Efficacy, Safety and Blood Pressure Results

... all time points. No stand alone statistical analysis of the blood pressure data from the 303 study was pre-specified. As planned, NicOx will pool the blood pressure data from the three phase 3 studies (301, 302 and 303) according to a prospectively designed protocol that has been submitted to ...

Landmark Research Study is Launched to Assess Impact of Personal Genetic Testing

... in empowering people to proactively address their specific individual health needs, as well as give clinical researchers access to a broader pool of genetic data to develop new disease treatments." ABOUT SCRIPPS TRANSLATIONAL SCIENCE INSTITUTE Founded in 2006, Scripps Translational Science ...

Helix Receives Approval to Open Sites in Germany for its Ongoing Clinical Trial With Topical Interferon Alpha-2b in Patients With Ano-Genital Warts

... Docherty, President of Helix BioPharma. "The opening of sites in Germany will grant us access to expanded clinical resources and a larger patient pool in order to enhance the recruitment rate of our trial." The opening of additional sites in Germany is intended to compensate for a lower than ...

Doctor Declares War on Hospital Infections, Patents MRSA-Killing Machine

... author of "Unnecessary Deaths: The Human and Financial Costs of Hospital Infections," 3rd edition. Dr. Deal knew that reducing the biological pool of pathogens would reduce hospital infection. "Our goal was to find a disinfection method that was fast, safe and thorough; used no chemicals; and ...

National Jewish Health and Roche Diagnostics Corporation Reach Agreement to Pursue Environmental Molecular Diagnostics Opportunities

... be available in fall 2008. "National Jewish and Roche both recognize molecular diagnostics as an important and growing field. We have decided to pool our complementary expertise to bring new solutions to market that better serve consumers with allergy and asthma," said David Tinkelman, MD, Vice ...

Dallas Researchers Find Compression Stockings Improperly Used

... September issue of the American Journal of Nursing. Immobile patients are at increased risk for blood clots after surgery because blood tends to pool and coagulate in stationary extremities. These deep vein clots can travel to the lungs and block the pulmonary artery, resulting in a serious and ...

AstraZeneca Announces Innovative New Partnership With Singapore Institutions to Develop Anti-Cancer Compounds

... AstraZeneca has a formal research alliance. Supported in part by the Singapore Economic Development Board, the training programme seeks to train a pool of clinical research professionals for both private-sector and public-sector research labs. "Singapore is one of Asia's fastest growing ...

ESBATech's Lead Antibody Fragment Enters Clinical Development for Ophthalmic Indications

... systemic adverse effects." ESBATech is the first and only company to date that has successfully screened and characterized the entire human pool (1.5 million) of naturally occurring variable immunoglobulin (VH and VL) domains to select highly stable, soluble and monomeric single-chain antibody ...

Arpida Provides Further Comments on the Pivotal Phase III Trials

... of the data. ASSIST-1 and ASSIST-2 were similarly designed and importantly used the same comparator (i.e. linezolid) which could allow regulators to pool and further analyse the data. Noteworthy to say, that linezolid has been shown to be superior to vancomycin in cSSSI for patients with MRSA ...

Study Shows: New Blood Test Proven Six Times More Effective For Tuberculosis Control

... by the body's immune system (latent TB infection) without any symptoms of the infection. But 9 million people, most originating from this large pool of individuals with latent TB infection, are reported every year by The World Health Organization as developing active and infectious TB disease. ...

The Pittsburgh Life Sciences Greenhouse Relocates Therapeutics Company to Pittsburgh

... the linkage between research, technology and commercialization; nurture and develop entrepreneurial biosciences enterprises; grow the region's talent pool in the life sciences; and help biosciences firms locate, expand or start-up in the Greater Pittsburgh region. http://www.plsg.com About Cognition ...

Study Finds Fever may Lead to Improved Behavior in Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders

... "These and other similar findings are shaping the future direction of autism research." Further research involving a larger participant pool is needed to better understand fever-specific effects in autism. In the future, Dr. Zimmerman would like to collaborate with other research ...

Peregrine Announces Addition of The Johns Hopkins Hospital as Study Site for Bavituximab Trial in HCV Patients Co-Infected With HIV

... --Addition of New Study Site at Leading Urban Medical Center Will Expand the Eligible Patient pool for the Ongoing Bavituximab HCV/HIV Co-Infection Trial-- --Dr. Sulkowski, Principal Investigator of The Johns ...

New Risk Gene for Rheumatoid Arthritis and Lupus Opens Door to More Effective Treatments

... Robert S. Boas Center for Genomics & Human Genetics. A decade ago, Dr. Gregersen helped bring together scientists from a dozen institutes to pool patients and add strength in numbers as they collectively hunt for genes. More recently, the North American Rheumatoid Arthritis Consortium (NARAC) ...

UCLA Program Aims to Revolutionize Kidney Transplants

... to "swap" organs with another potential donor who also may be an incompatible match for his or her relative or friend. This greatly broadens the pool of organs available from living donors. "Swapping organs makes sense in such cases," says Albin Gritsch, M.D., UCLA urologist. In the case of a ...

Cobalis Reports Phase III Trial Results for PreHistin in Seasonal Allergic Rhinitis

... like trying to prove that a pump can pump water out of a swimming pool when there is almost no water in the pool to begin with. Other pharmaceutical companies studying allergy drugs ...

Separate Sets of Research Show Treatment Improved Quality of Life in as Early as Three Weeks; Patient Adherence to Medication is Multifactorial

... M.D., Associate Professor of Medicine, Section of Gastroenterology and Nutrition at the University of Chicago. "This information, adds to the pool of knowledge physicians have surrounding UC treatment to help them better understand and treat their patients." The retrospective cohort ...

ProtoKinetix's AAGP Dramatically Increases Recovery Rate of Cryopreserved Stem Cells

... industries. Using previously published research on native antifreeze proteins and antifreeze glycoproteins as a guide, and coordinating a vast pool of world-recognized intellectual talent in a networked environment, PKTX is conducting rapid and meaningful research with a view to developing ...

Limiting Eligibility for Medical Studies Can Omit Women, African-Americans, Stanford Study Finds

... findings should remind all scientists that strict study eligibility criteria can have unintended, negative consequences. In reviewing data from a pool of 100,000 alcohol treatment patients, Keith Humphreys, PhD, professor of psychiatry and behavioral sciences, determined that women and ...

Refrigerated Stem Cells Survive 12 Times Longer with ProtoKinetix's AAGP

... industries. Using previously published research on native antifreeze proteins and antifreeze glycoproteins as a guide, and coordinating a vast pool of world recognized intellectual talent in a networked environment, PKTX is conducting rapid and meaningful research with a view to developing ...
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