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Wild Blueberries Take Top Spot in New Antioxidant Research Study

... Assay PORTLAND, Maine, Oct. 8 /PRNewswire/ -- wild Blueberry antioxidant research advanced today with the release of results from a new study showing wild Blueberries outperformed 2 dozen other commonly ... Chemistry 56 (18): 8418-8426, 2008) shows that wild Blueberries have the highest cellular ...

Statement of Andrea Kavanagh, Director, Pure Salmon Campaign, on the Science Sea Lice Study

... salmon farms may lead to the collapse of regional wild fish stocks. "This study confirms what we ... all along. Sea lice continue to wreak havoc on wild salmon populations. If outbreaks of ... and move fish farms out of the paths of migrating wild fish, before it's too late. "Even the owner ...

China Animal Welfare Law Under Review While 36,000 Dogs Culled

... in the United States and focuses its campaigns on improving the welfare of wild and domestic animals by reducing the commercial exploitation of animals, ... IFAW works both on the ground and in the halls of government to safeguard wild and domestic animals and seeks to motivate the public to prevent cruelty ...

Rabies Vaccination Program Underway in Western Pennsylvania

... /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- An annual program that helps control rabies in wild animals is underway in western Pennsylvania, Agriculture Secretary Dennis ... and Westmoreland counties. "Controlling the spread of rabies in wild animals is essential to human and domestic animal health," said Wolff. ...

Avastin(R) Shows Unprecedented Benefits in Colorectal Cancer Patients, Irrespective of K-Ras Gene Mutation

... is active for patients with metastatic colorectal cancer with both K-Ras wild type and mutant tumours," commented Dr. Herbert Hurwitz, Duke University ... investigator of AVF2107. "The high response rate, PFS, and OS in the K-Ras wild type group are impressive and confirm that Avastin should be part of the ...

CSL Behring Study in Animal Models Shows Feasibility of Developing a Half-Life Extended Recombinant FVIIa that Retains Biologic Activity

... fusion protein (rVIIa-FP) was shown to be extended 6-to-9 fold compared to wild type rFVIIa. Additionally, rVIIa-FP demonstrated a biologic activity comparable to wild type rFVIIa. Recombinant factor VIIa (rFVIIa) may be used to control ...

ARCA Discovery Announces Data Demonstrating Potential for Bucindolol as Targeted Therapy in Heart Failure, Atrial Fibrillation, and Ventricular Arrhythmia

... the beta-1 389 Arg/Arg adrenergic receptor polymorphism and the alpha-2c wild type gene variant are positively correlated with certain major clinical ... subjects with chronic heart failure (CHF) and Arg/Arg 389 beta-1 or wild type alpha-2c adrenergic receptors treated with bucindolol had a lower ...

Game Commission Announces EHD Confirmed in Fayette County

... and other field staff have been on the look out for evidence of EHD in wild deer," Dr. Cottrell said. "We urge anyone finding dead deer or sick deer ... tools thoroughly after field dressing," Dr. Cottrell said. "As with any wild game, meat should always be thoroughly cooked." Dr. Cottrell stressed ...

Scientists Discover Origin of Malaria

... ideas," said Raynard S. Kington, M.D., Ph.D., acting director of the National Institutes of Health. Wolfe and his colleagues sampled wild and wild-born captive chimpanzees in Cameroon and Ivory Coast. In Cameroon researchers collected samples from chimpanzees during routine health exams ...

SAFC Biosciences(R) and Vivalis Collaborate to Optimize Cell Culture Media for Vaccines Production

... in bioreactors at high cell densities such as suspension cells, and demonstrates high susceptibility to a broad range of genetically engineered and wild type animal and human viruses. Commenting on the introduction of EX-CELL (TM) EBx (R), Bruce Lehr, SAFC Bioscience's Marketing Director, said: ...

Novavax Reports Positive Preclinical Results for a Novel, Broadly Cross-Protective H5N1 Pandemic Influenza Virus-like Particle (VLP) Vaccine Candidate

... World Health Organization February 2009 report. Clades 2.1, 2.2, and 2.3 are genetically and antigenically distinct viruses that are circulating in wild birds and poultry worldwide and continue to be associated with human illness. "We believe that our recombinant VLP technology has the potential to ...

S*BIO Advances JAK2 Inhibitor SB1518 into Phase 1/2 Clinical Trial in Australia for the Treatment of Chronic Idiopathic Myelofibrosis

... in the development of this condition. SB1518 is a small molecule JAK2-selective kinase inhibitor which has high potency against both the wild type JAK2 kinase and the JAK2 kinase with the V617F mutation. The V617F mutation is found in high frequencies in myeloproliferative disorders such as ...

Deer Farm Industry in Michigan Issues Statement on the Negative CWD Test Results at Kent County Deer Farm

... revenues and a positive hunting environment allowing for hunters to supply high numbers of harvested deer to be sampled for possible CWD in the wild during this forthcoming deer season. We are encouraged by the test results and we believe the hard work that went into crafting Michigan's CWD ...

ImQuest Scientists Present Important HIV Microbicide Development Results at Microbicides 2008 in Delhi, India

... their significantly high potency against HIV-1, their unique mechanism of action, and their ability to potently suppress the sexual transmission of wild type and drug resistant viruses. According to Dr. Buckheit (Executive Vice President and Chief Scientific Officer of ImQuest Life Sciences, Inc., ...

Study Finds PCI Safe, Effective Despite Off-Site Cardiac Surgery

... need ongoing information to reach evidence-based answers," Dr. Kutcher said. "However, the results of this study should not be used to encourage the wild expansion of more off-site PCI programs; rather they should be used to confirm the appropriateness of this strategy for programs that have made a ...

FDA Accepts Investigational New Drug Application for ARI-2243 and a First in Man Clinical Trial Set to Begin During the First Half of 2008

... References: (1) American Diabetes Association Web site. Available at: http://www.diabetes.org/about-diabetes.jsp . Accessed March 10, 2008 (2) wild S, et al.: Global Prevalence of Diabetes, Estimates for the year 2000 and projections for 2030. Diabetes Care 27: 1047-1053, May 2004 (3) Sanford ...

S*BIO to Develop New JAK-2 Inhibitor for Treatment of Myeloproliferative Disorders and Hematological Malignancies

... small molecule drugs for the treatment of cancer. SB1518 is a small molecule JAK2-selective kinase inhibitor. It has high potency against both the wild type JAK2 kinase and the JAK2 kinase with the activating V617F mutation which is found in high frequencies among three types of MPD and in some ...

Elixir Pharmaceuticals Presents Additional Preclinical Data Demonstrating the Potential of Ghrelin Antagonism to Regulate Metabolism, Body Weight and Glycemic Control

... with a high-fat diet. The presentations further showed that treatment of wild type diabetic and obese mice with a small molecule ghrelin ... on the diet, the GhrR knockout mice gained 10 percent less weight than the wild type control mice. Additionally, the knockout mice had lower blood ...

ANA380 Exhibits Activity In Vitro Against Multiple Clinically Relevant Hepatitis B Virus Mutants

... nine mutants that were resistant to lamivudine, adefovir, entecavir or telbivudine was not significantly different from the antiviral potency against wild type HBV, indicated by a less than or equal to 2-fold difference in EC50, a measure of inhibition of virus replication. In addition, two HBV mutants ...

ViroPharma Announces Presentation of Additional HCV-796 Data at Meeting of The European Association for the Study of the Liver

... patients receiving HCV-796 was a C316Y variant known to have reduced susceptibility to HCV-796. Baseline sequencing did not find any variation from wild type at this position. The C316Y variant was observed in 7 (28 percent) of patients on HCV- 796 plus peg-IFN, occurring less frequently ...

Gloucester Pharmaceuticals Reports on Romidepsin and Erlotinib Combination in Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer Presented at American Association of Cancer Research Annual Meeting

... or romidepsin and erlotinib together. In her conclusions Dr. Zhang reported that romidepsin synergistically enhanced erlotinib sensitivity in wild type NSCLC cell lines by induction of profound apoptosis. This synergy was also shown in the nude mice xenografts but was not observed in epidermal ...

Introgen and Clinical Collaborators to Report New Results with Advanced-Stage Cancer Therapies at Upcoming Medical Meetings

... of this decade." ASCO -- Final results of a phase II trial of patients with extensive stage small cell lung cancer (ES-SCLC) immunized with wild type -p53 transduced dendritic cells after first-line chemotherapy, Abstract #3012: Poster presentation on Sun., June 3, from 2:00 - 6:00 p.m. in ...

Pharmasset Presents Clevudine and Racivir Data at the International HIV Drug Resistance Workshop

... V, Keilman M, Otto MJ, Furman P Study Conclusion: Clevudine does not inhibit HIV in vitro. We have confirmed that entecavir has activity against wild type HIV-1 virus and that the M184V mutation confers resistance to entecavir. In addition, we showed that certain nucleoside-resistant HIV variants ...

New Study Shows That telmisartan has Greater Renoprotective Potential Thanlosartan in Hypertensive Patients With Type 2 Diabetes

... (2) Hossain P et al. Obesity and Diabetes in the Developing World - a Growing Challenge. NEJM 2007; 356(3):213-215. (3) wild S et al. Global prevalence of diabetes: estimates for the year 2000 and projections for 2030. Diabetes Care 2004; 27:1047- 53. ...

Avian (Bird) Flu: Is There a Role for Rapid Tests?

... on surveillance, diagnosis, and treatment. The virus in question is the H5N1 subtype of influenza A, which has become epidemic in poultry and wild fowl in numerous countries. First in 1997 and now recently, some humans in close contact with infected birds have contracted the virus. Now that ...
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