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Prince William Health System Completes Merger With Novant Health to Expand Quality Health Care in Northern Virginia

... to services, creating new facilities for our rapidly growing community and enhancing job security for ... specialists, building a new hospital in the rapidly growing Haymarket area of Prince William County, ... Virginia area. Based in a region that is rapidly changing and growing, today Prince William Health ...

Case Western Reserve University Receives $5M From Third Frontier Commission for the Center for Stem Cell & Regenerative Medicine

... landscape in our region. Our goal is to rapidly move stem cell research from the lab to patients ... state wide, is uniquely positioned to rapidly implement new stem cell technologies in the ... the practice of evidence-based medicine in the rapidly changing health care environment of the 21st ...

Fast pandemic detection tool ready to fight flu

... researchers are developing new tools for rapidly characterizing biological pathogens that could ... mode, public-health officials will be able to rapidly and reliably determine the strain of a virus, ... "This system is the next-generation tool to rapidly and accurately test and identify biological ...

Gene Network Sciences Announces Cancer Collaboration with University of Connecticut Health Center's Neag Comprehensive Cancer Center

... in great need of capabilities to optimally and rapidly utilize this information," said Dr. Runowicz. "We ... Center's extremely talented cancer researchers to rapidly convert data into actionable computer models of ... in pharmaceutical and clinical settings to rapidly turn combinations of genetic, genomic, and ...

Market Scope Expects Retina Pharmaceutical Industry to Top $3.5 Billion by 2014

... access to medical care in emerging economies, and rapidly evolving quality-of-life expectations among aging ... demand to create significant opportunity in the rapidly transforming market for retinal pharmaceuticals ... no longer a backwater with few products; it has rapidly evolved into one of the largest segments in the ...

Franklin Memorial Hospital Thrives on the InstaMed Network

... demonstrates how our flexible solutions can rapidly and cost effectively deploy to meet the dynamic ... We are thrilled that Franklin has joined our rapidly growing, nationwide network." About ... here, as elsewhere in the country, has shifted rapidly from a primarily inpatient medical model to one ...

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NOVAVAX Featured at Clinton Global Initiative 2008 Annual Meeting

... recognized for pursuit of cost-effective and rapidly deployed vaccine solution for avian ... manufacturing process makes it possible to rapidly produce an influenza vaccine that contains ... tolerated and immunogenic and can be produced rapidly to supply vaccine against an emerging pandemic ...

St. Jude Study Finds Treatment With New Drug Might Make Tumor Cells More Sensitive to Therapy

... in the laboratory that a molecule called CP466722 rapidly blocks the ATM protein's ability to orchestrate ... its effect in small quantities, and its effects rapidly ended after it was removed from cells, suggesting ... of the double-stranded break. "Our ability to rapidly and reversibly regulate ATM activity ...

BRIDION(R) (sugammadex) Injection - First and Only Selective Relaxant Binding Agent - Approved in European Union

... BRIDION allows anesthesiologists to rapidly reverse both moderate and deep ... and pulmonary side effects. "The ability to rapidly reverse both moderate and deep levels of ... in two decades. It was specifically designed to rapidly reverse both moderate and deep muscle relaxation ...

Cardium's Innercool Therapies Unit Announces Publication of Positive Effects of Early and Rapid Hypothermia Following Heart Attack

... 39% in inferior MIs) in patients who were cooled rapidly to <35 degrees Celsius prior to reperfusion with ... temperature modulation, which is designed to rapidly and controllably cool the body in order to reduce ... sensor, and a programmable console capable of rapidly and controllably inducing, maintaining and ...

PLC Systems Receives FDA Approval to Commence Pivotal Study Of RenalGuard(TM) In the U.S.

... FDA's input into our final study protocol, and rapidly moving through the next phase of our clinical ... during imaging procedures allows the body to rapidly eliminate toxins in contrast media, ... these procedures. This should allow the body to rapidly eliminate contrast, reducing its toxic effects. ...

Regado Biosciences Presents Early Stage Clinical Data for REG1 Anticoagulation System at American Heart Association 2007 Scientific Sessions

... Clotting Factor IXa; Matched Antidote rapidly Reverses Anticoagulant Effect ORLANDO, Fla., ... to blood clotting, and RB006's activity was rapidly and safely reversed by RB007 in the Phase I ... of the REG1 system, the ability to rapidly anticoagulate and then reverse this effect," ...

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CRP, Ultra-Sensitive ELISA Test

Description:... response in which serum levels of CRP increase rapidly after tissue injury, infection or other ... Following acute trauma or infection, CRP is rapidly synthesized by hepatocytes in response to ... to tissue. Serum concentrations of CRP increase rapidly after stimulation and then ...
Company:Diagnostic Systems Laboratories, Inc.

MM-PTH RIA Test

Description:... by the kidney. Following release into the circulation, intact PTH is rapidly degraded into 4 fragments: N-terminal (residues 1-34), C-terminal ... The N-terminal fragment retains full biological potency, and is also rapidly degraded in the blood. The biologically inactive C-terminal and ...
Company:Diagnostic Systems Laboratories, Inc.

C-PTH RIA Test

Description:... by the kidney. Following release into the circulation, intact PTH is rapidly degraded into 4 fragments: N-terminal (residues 1-34), C-terminal ... The N-terminal fragment retains full biological potency, and is also rapidly degraded in the blood. The biologically inactive C-terminal and ...
Company:Diagnostic Systems Laboratories, Inc.

I-PTH IRMA Test

Description:... by the kidney. Following release into the circulation, intact PTH is rapidly degraded into 4 fragments: N-terminal (residues 1-34), C-terminal ... The N-terminal fragment retains full biological potency, and is also rapidly degraded in the blood. The biologically inactive C-terminal and ...
Company:Diagnostic Systems Laboratories, Inc.

I-PTH ELISA Test

Description:... by the kidney. Following release into the circulation, intact PTH is rapidly degraded into 4 fragments: N-terminal (residues 1-34), C-terminal ... The N-terminal fragment retains full biological potency, and is also rapidly degraded in the blood. The biologically inactive C-terminal and ...
Company:Diagnostic Systems Laboratories, Inc.

Arctic Sun® 2000 Temperature Management System

Description:... approach to therapeutic temperature management. The Arctic Sun System rapidly induces mild hypothermia in those patients who would benefit from therapeutic hypothermia or rapidly reduces temperature in febrile patients. The Arctic Sun precisely ...
Company:Medivance

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Artificial induction of immunity

... in China and India, and imported into Europe, via Turkey, around 1720 by Lady Montagu and perhaps others. From England, the technique spread rapidly to the Colonies, and was also spread by African slaves arriving into Boston. [1] [2] Variolation had the disadvantage that the inoculating ...

Personalized medicine

... investment funding. However, the advent of molecular diagnostic tests, or theranostics, opens new opportunities in a small but believed to be rapidly growing niche market. New relationships are likely to develop between industry partners committed to personalized medicine embracing the approach of ...

Thymocyte

... in having a large number of unique T cell receptors is that each T cell is capable of recognising a different peptide, providing a defence against rapidly evolving pathogens. [4] . The cellular disadvantage in the rearrangement process is that many of the combinations of the T cell receptor gene ...
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Acute

... leukemia : An acute (sudden onset), rapidly progressing form of leukemia that is ... connotes an illness that is of short duration, rapidly progressive , and in need of urgent care. ... lungs . Acute bronchitis usually develops rapidly and lasts 2 to 3 weeks in otherwise healthy ...

Aplastic

... An aplastic thyroid cancer grows very rapidly and is an invasive type of thyroid cancer . It ... of the disease . "It is one of the most rapidly fatal cancer s we know of," Dr. Fagin says. ... term used to describe cancer cells that divide rapidly and have little or no resemblance to normal ....

Post-streptococcal GN

... GN II Post-streptococcal GN rapidly progressive (crescentic) glomerulonephritis rapidly progressive glomerulonephritis (RPGN) ... ... Necrotizing vasculitis Post-streptococcal GN rapidly progressive (crescentic) glomerulonephritis ...

Rapidly progressive

... rapidly PROGRESSIVE GLOMERULONEPHRITIS - A relatively ... damage within the glomerulus of the kidney . rapidly progressive (crescentic) glomerulonephritis Definition: rapidly progressive glomerulonephritis is a form of ...

Anaplastic thyroid cancer

... Anaplastic thyroid cancer grows very rapidly and is an invasive type of thyroid cancer . It occurs most often in ... the most deadly—form of the disease . "It is one of the most rapidly fatal cancer s we know of," Dr. Fagin says. Anaplastic thyroid cancer ...

Epiglottis

... at the entrance to the larynx . During the infection , the epiglottis rapidly swells, blocking the passage of air into the lungs . The supraglottic ... swells and can obstruct breathing . Respiratory di stress increases rapidly as the epiglottis swells. epigeal; epigene; epigenesis; epigenesist; ...

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DOE-funded research projects win 46 R&D 100 Awards for 2009

... numerical simulations of physical phenomena rapidly and efficiently. The ability to perform ... field, the mass spectrometer can be developed to rapidly image a tumor and define the boundaries so the ... Fluorescence Microscope System - This system rapidly finds all emitting fluorescence species of an ...

New wheat disease could spread faster than expected

... the wind have the potential to spread far more rapidly than has been understood, according to a new ... clear that some types of diseases can spread more rapidly and widely than we anticipated," said Chris ... explain, in part, how West Nile Virus spread so rapidly across the United States when experts had been ...

New edition available for essential virology reference

... reference volume in one of the most dynamic and rapidly changing fields of clinical medicine. Covering ... about all the medically relevant aspects of this rapidly evolving field. "Virology is currently one ... about the medically relevant aspects of this rapidly evolving field," says Douglas Richman of the ...

Researchers uncover 'obesity gene' involved in weight gain response to high-fat diet

... (PKC beta), in the fat cells of mice. These mice rapidly gained weight while eating a high-fat diet for 12 ... storing fat, mice lacking the gene burn fat more rapidly than they would if the PKC beta were present, ... to clear insulin to regulate blood sugar more rapidly than normal mice after eating the high-fat diet, ...

World fertilizer prices drop dramatically after soaring to all-time highs

... Storm" "Fertilizer prices started rising rapidly in October 2007, and the price spike lasted for ... driven up by an imbalance between supply and rapidly expanding demand, especially in Asia, Gregory ... also became tight. Why Prices Then Plunged rapidly Gregory explains why fertilizer prices fell ...

Rice and UT-Houston join DOD push for regenerative medicine

... part of a broad, $250 million national effort to rapidly apply the latest techniques in regenerative ... research in this area is at the forefront of this rapidly growing field." One of AFIRM's civilian ... doctors and bioengineers to work side-by-side to rapidly translate new discoveries from the laboratory to ...

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Cardium Announces New Orthobiologics Product Initiative Extending Gene Activated Matrix Technology to Deliver Bone Growth Factors

... degenerative disc disease. Orthobiologics is a rapidly growing segment of the orthopedics market and ... encoding BMP-2 (AdBMP-2) in a collagen matrix rapidly induced new bone formation compared to controls. ... encoding BMP-2 (AdBMP-2) in a collagen matrix rapidly induced new bone formation compared to controls. ...

MUSA Technology Partners Introduces Linux/Open Source Service Desk

... Linux and Open Source support, the firm will be rapidly incorporating additional services over the next ... Linux and Open Source support, the firm will be rapidly incorporating additional services over the next ... a result, Linux and Open Source applications are rapidly seeing extraordinary deployment success. We ...

Novavax and the NIH Agree to Evaluate a Virus-like Particle (VLP) Vaccine Candidate Against the Novel Influenza A (H1N1) Virus

... has committed necessary resources to respond as rapidly as possible to construct and manufacture VLP ... influenza within weeks. This ability to respond rapidly is an important factor in the evaluation of ... States and Canada and has subsequently spread rapidly to over sixty countries worldwide. Although ...

Dow AgroSciences Delivering Beyond Expectations

... New herbicides pyroxsulam and aminopyralid are rapidly being adopted by customers around the world as ... company, Dow AgroSciences continues to rapidly advance game-changing biotechnology solutions ... of the biotechnology industry. The company is rapidly deploying and enhancing the technology in its ...

Isilon CTO Addresses Life Science Data Storage Challenges at Harvard Medical School's BioMedical HPC Leadership Summit

... with managing, archiving and retrieving large and rapidly growing stores of critical research data in ... designed to effectively store and manage rapidly growing stores of file-based information -- such ... and provides instant and ubiquitous access to the rapidly growing stores of file-based data, setting the ...

Verenium Reports Financial Results for the First Quarter 2008

... nation's first demonstration-scale plant, and rapidly advance pre-commercialization efforts with ... to expanding production capacity to deal with rapidly increasing demand for its enzyme products; ... and project development and is moving rapidly to commercialize its proprietary technology for ...

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Mouse Anti-Human Complex IV, assembly factor SURF1 Monoclonal Antibody, Unconjugated, Clone 21H2BG4 from MitoScience LLC

Description:... cause of cytochrome c oxidase deficiency. The anti-SURF1 mAb reacts specifically in human and bovine tissues. The levels of SURF1 are low even in rapidly dividing fibroblast cell cultures (as well as in mature tissues e.g. heart or liver). The low copy number is consistent with it acting to catalyze ...
Company:MitoScience LLC

APAgene BAC End Amplification Kit w/o Enzyme from Bio S&T

Description:... APAgene kits are designed to rapidly and reliably amplify unknown genomic DNA using our patented APA Technology. APAgene provides hassle-free, ready-to use components, at an ...
Company:Bio S&T

APAgene Genome Walking Kit from Bio S&T

Description:... APAgene kits are designed to rapidly and reliably amplify unknown genomic DNA using our patented APA Technology. APAgene provides hassle-free, ready-to use components, at an ...
Company:Bio S&T

APAgene Locator Kit from Bio S&T

Description:... APAgene kits are designed to rapidly and reliably amplify unknown genomic DNA using our patented APA Technology. APAgene provides hassle-free, ready-to use components, at an ...
Company:Bio S&T

HT96 Isothermal Block from Novagen

Description:... Cell modules for convenient processing of multiple transformation reactions. With more than one HT96 Isothermal Block in operation, samples can be rapidly transferred between low-temperature and heat-shock steps used in transformation protocols. The block is also compatible with the most 96-well PCR ...
Company:Novagen

BL21 Star (DE3) One Shot Chemically Competent E. coli from Invitrogen

Description:... hosts designed for improved protein yield in T7 promoter-based expression systems (Figure 1). Because the T7 RNA polymerase synthesizes mRNA more rapidly than E. coli RNA polymerases transcription from the T7 ...
Company:Invitrogen

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Diabetes mellitus

... Most of the carbohydrates in food are rapidly digested to glucose , the principal sugar in ... sugary to eat or drink as these symptoms can be rapidly reduced if treated early enough. In the case of ... not patent their discovery and insulin therapy rapidly spread around the world. The distinction ...

Growth curve

... tumor growth before treatment. Tumors that grow rapidly are generally more sensitive to the toxic effects ... that attempt to replicate their DNA and divide. A rapidly growing tumor will have more actively dividing ... The remaining cancer cells begin to proliferate rapidly and cancer chemotherapy is started. Many tumor ...

Foot and mouth disease

... foot-and-mouth disease is characterized by high fever that declines rapidly after two or three days; blisters inside the mouth that lead to excessive ... called Coxsackie A . Because FMD rarely infects humans but spreads rapidly among animals, it is a much greater threat to the agriculture industry ...

Insulin

... absorption rates. Glucose from some foods is absorbed more (or less) rapidly than the same amount of glucose in other foods. And, fats and proteins ... in an insulin analog is slightly modified so that they are absorbed rapidly enough to mimic real beta cell insulin (Lilly's is 'lispro', Novo ...

Parthenogenesis

... to changing environments. Asexual lineages can increase their numbers rapidly because (since individuals are always female) everyone can produce viable ... crustacean Daphnia reproduces by parthenogenesis in the spring to rapidly populate ponds, then switches to sexual reproduction as the intensity of ...

Synapse

... of which enables signalling molecules known as neurotransmitters to pass rapidly from one cell to the other by diffusion . This gap is sometimes called ... of transmitter molecules into the synaptic cleft, the neurotransmitter is rapidly cleared from the space for recycling by specialized membrane proteins in ...

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DNA fingerprinting

... ... Consequently, DNA fingerprinting is rapidly becoming the primary method for ... By studying ... be ... Consequently, DNA fingerprinting is rapidly becoming the primary method for ... DNA ... ... Consequently, DNA fingerprinting is rapidly becoming the primary method for ... The ...

Turgor

... diarrhea, or fever. ... Skin turgor is an abnormality in the skin's ability to change shape and return ... Skin with normal turgor snaps rapidly back to its normal position. ... turgor ( ) n. The state of being turgid. Biology. The normal fullness or tension produced by the fluid content ...

Transgenic animals

... FDA Centers. ... To date, no transgenic animals have been approved for use as human food. ... We suggest that you establish a PCR assay to rapidly identify transgenic animals . ... Animals are tested with both assays so that no transgenic founder is mistakenly ... ...

T lymphocytes

... ... ... wherein freshly isolated human T lymphocytes were added at 6 hours during ... We recently demonstrated that T lymphocytes are rapidly activated by H2O2 ... We describe the CMRF-35pos and CMRF-35– fractions of CD4+ T lymphocytes . ... T lymphocytes are heterogeneous, and a ...

Seed coat

... ... The seed coat provides protection for the embryo until the time is right for ... However, the nature of the seed coat determines how rapidly water can penetrate ... Q: What is in Seed Coat ? A: A proprietary combination of micronutrients and ... Seed Coat do ... you keep the ...

Second messenger

... In cell physiology, a secondary messenger system is a method of cellular signaling whereby a diffusable signaling molecule is rapidly produced/secreted, which can then go on to activate effector proteins within the cell ... The Boeing Delta II rocket carrying MESSENGER ...

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