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Blood Cells Capable of Regenerating Liver

...ho led the study, said in a statement. So his team decided to look and see if other cells might get drafted in to help with this process. Writing in the journal Hepatology, they said they examined the livers of two women who had received bone marrow transplants from men. Bone marrow is rich in stem cells and...

Chemists prepare for face-off with manufacturers

...pharmaceutical companies and large business groups decided to get into retailing, by opening their own outlet or chain of outlets, which was seen by the RDCA members as a threat to their existence. According to Mr. Shah, Cadila Healthcare, Cipla and Ranbaxy from among the pharmaceutical companies have eith...

Vitamin B for Hepatitis

...r body fluids of an infected person. A researcher decided to test thiamine for HBV after a very bright and aware patient observed that his aminotransferase levels rose and fell depending on whether he was taking the vitamin. High levels of aminotransferase enzymes indicate more active infection of the liver...

Spreading its wings

...esh Chemists and Druggists Association (APCDA) has decided to help its member chemists to computerise their business transactions. The Association is in the process of developing a software, which could be commonly utilised by its members. It will also procure the computers in bulk in order to ensure a rock-...

Steps To Improve Quality Of Plant-Based Drugs

India has finally decided to get its act together on improving quality of pl...ild a database on the use of plants. The board has decided to start a registration of farmers who cultivate medicinal plants. The registration system was not b...

'Disprin Plus' is now 'Disprin Paracetamol'

...of consumers and the drug authorities, the company decided to change the suffix from 'Plus' to 'Paracetamol',...et by mid-December , he said. The company has also decided not to give any brand push to Disprin Cold and Flu for similar reasons, Mr. Baura said. Paracetamo...

MSI puts on hold plans for operations in Chennai

...o 50 by the end of the current financial year, has decided to put on hold the commencing of operations in Che...ans to commence operations in Chennai while it has decided to go ahead with the expansion of operations in the three states it currently operates. Informed sou...

Lancing tumours into the body

...d ground to a halt. After the gel tests, Ishiyama decided through real tissue. He found it could screw itself through a 2-centimetre thick chunk of beef steak in 20 seconds. Because the devices are so small, Ishiyama says they could be injected into the body using standard hypodermic needles. Once inside a ...

Iodex goes to SmithKline Beecham consumer Healthcare

...of Glenmark. // Glaxo SmithKline India (GSK) has decided to transfer its Iodex range of products to SmithKline Beecham Consumer Healthcare (SKBCH), a GSK subsidiary. SKBCH has a strong marketing and distribution network in India, comprising over 1,600 wholesalers and direct coverage of over 4,00,000 retail...

Hidden influenza virus protein found

...le might be a bonafide protein, Dr. Yewdell’s team decided to see how much of it was created in cells infected with the flu virus. If it were junk, there should be only random copies of the peptide. If it were a protein, large quantities of the molecule should be present. Dr. Yewdell used a technique called...

NBE to conduct test for medical students from abroad

National Board of Examinations has decided to conduct tests for any Indian doctor having graduated abroad avid of starting a practice in the country, to ensure a higher standards amongst doctors, the government has made it compulsory from //the 15th of next month official sources said today....

Medications linked to xerostomia and caries

...rchers at the Medical University of South Carolina decided to examine whether there was a connection between// the two most common causes of absenteeism among school children asthma and caries. In 655 patients between ages 1 and 15, they found that the numbers of decayed, missing and filled teeth were sig...

Ultrasound helps stroke treatment

...ere getting better really fast." At that point, he decided to initiate a pilot study to determine if ultrasound could boost the clot-busting or thrombolysis ability of tPA, he explained Friday during a news briefing at the 27th International Stroke Conference in San Antonio. Alexandrov uses a hand-held ultr...

Drug dilemma confronts users of painkillers

...anti-inflammatory drug, naproxen. But the FDA also decided that the Vioxx label must mention that it might be linked to an increased risk of heart attack or high blood pressure. Manufacturer Merck & Company got good news, too: Vioxx can advertise that it's gentler to the stomach than an older competitor and...

A question on study of Adult Stem Cell

...nd host cells can also take place in animals. "We decided to publish our rather disappointing discovery about the fusion of stem cells in order to provide very important caution to all scientists now working in this promising area of research," Terada told UPI. "We want the scientific community to know that...

Further support for use of statins in Alzheimer’s disease

...inst Alzheimer's disease. Green and his colleagues decided to do a large study that included 988 people with Alzheimer's disease and 1,669 healthy family members, who acted as controls. The researchers took into account age and other factors that put people at risk and still found that the statins offered a ...

Possible benefits of Hormone Replacement Therapy

.... So-called observational studies, in which women decided on their own whether to go on HRT after menopause, have suggested that the treatment cuts risk of heart attacks and stroke. But some scientists speculated that women who opt for HRT might tend to be healthier, tilting those studies in the treatment's...

Tremors connected to Body Mass Index

...are associated with weight loss, these researchers decided to measure the BMI and caloric intake of patients with essential tremor and then compare them to those of people of similar ages without the condition. The study involved 70 ET patients and 200 healthy patients. Although average caloric intake was s...

Eczema patients lack natural antibiotic in skin

...bacterial infections, Dr. Leung and his colleagues decided to investigate the potential role of the antimicrobial peptides in those patients. They evaluated the levels of two antimicrobial peptides, known as LL-37 and HBD-2, in eight patients with moderate to severe atopic dermatitis, 11 psoriasis patients,...

Diabetics & Foot infections

...ad to undergo amputation to save their lives. They decided that a little change in lifestyle and proper foot care would help avoid these problems. The study examined 1,660 patients in the ‘high risk’ category between September 2001 and October 2002 to study diabetes related foot problems like neuropathy, de...

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