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India's anti-AIDS drug market engaged in price war

...domestic anti-AIDS drug market has led to Cipla, a leader in the segment, cut its brand prices five to six times in the last three years. Thus, Cipla triggered a controversy by offering anti-AIDS drugs at a drastically lower prices. Pharmaceutical companies in India are able to gain good healthy revenues, ...

New scalpel probes into cancer

...when enough tissue has been removed, said project leader Paul Gourley. It works by incorporating blood cells into the lasing process, rather than shining a laser light upon the cell. A vertical microlaser beam enters individual cells as they are pushed by a micropump through tiny channels cut into the g...

Setting up a new pharmaceutical industry in India

...cturing 50 years ago in Germany and today is world leader in testing equipment. Erweka, Germany, one of the biggest manufacturer - Supplier of testing and R&D equipment to phamaceutical industries worldwide has a strong brand name in the Indian pharmaceutical Industry for the its precisions and accuracy. ...

Detection of Cancer

...lnd National University. Professor Rodrigues Pat, leader of the research team, said the blood test is based on a specific molecule which appears to be missing when cancers begin to develop."The lack of this diagnostic molecule may be associated with the ability of cancers to escape the immune system and ca...

Iodex goes to SmithKline Beecham consumer Healthcare

Iodex is the market leader in the pain-balm segment, with a market share of 70 per cent-plus. Iodex faces challenges from local brands like Amrutanjan, Tiger Balm (locally manufactured by Elder Pharma), Zandu Balm and Sensur of Glenmark. // Glaxo SmithKline India (GSK) has d...

Link Between Infection And Heart Disease

...arteries in the heart, neck, and legs," says study leader Hans J. Rupprecht, MD. He points out that the people already had heart disease at the beginning of the study. Thus, it's hard to prove the exact nature of the association between infection and heart disease. According to the researchres, the infect...

Dog DNA reveals man's link with best friend

...ry's most valuable dogs," said Venter, founder and leader of one of the two teams that first sequenced the human genome. The rough draft shows dogs have about 2.4 billion base pairs of DNA, or about half a billion fewer than humans. Genomic Researchers of the study say that genetic sequence is important f...

Dog DNA reveals man's link with best friend

...ry's most valuable dogs," said Venter, founder and leader of one of the two teams that first sequenced the human genome. The rough draft shows dogs have about 2.4 billion base pairs of DNA, or about half a billion fewer than humans. Genomic Researchers of the study say that genetic sequence is important f...

An Anti-cancer Smart Bomb delivered using a Nanocell

...essor in MIT's Biological Engineering Division and leader of the research team. "The fundamental challenges in cancer chemotherapy are its toxicity to healthy cells and drug resistance by cancer cells," Sasisekharan said. "So cancer researchers were excited about anti-angiogenesis," the theory that cuttin...

Surgery using gene therapy for Alzheimer’s patient

... 1.5 centimeters in area, according to the project leader Dr. Mark H. Tuszynski of the University of California-San Diego and the Veterans Administration. Dr. Hoi Sang U led the surgical procedure.While the technique is not considered to be a cure for the debilitating illness, Tuszynski is optimistic ...

Rats dream about running mazes...

...fessor at MIT's Center for Learning and Memory and leader of the study, published in Friday's issue of the journal Neuron. Similarities between the human brain and the rat brain have enthused the scientists to realize the fact that this study can be used to understand the functioning of human mind b...

Stem cells form blood vessels

...ng tiny blood vessels. According to Robert Langer, leader of a laboratory team at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, this is the first time human embryonic stem cells have been nurtured to the point where they will organize into blood vessels that could nourish the body.// But it is not likely to b...

Gastrin, Much More Than The Weight Management Hormone

...on obesity, colon cancer and metabolism. The team leader was Pomila Singh, Ph.D., professor of neurosciences and cell biology at UTMB. The co-authors were Stephanie Cowey Ph.D.; Michael Quast, Ph.D.; Dr. Ligia Maria Belalcazar; Dr. Jingwa Wei; Xiaoling Deng; and Randall Given, Ph.D. “We have for the first...

Obesity Can Be Caused By Consumption Of Energy Drinks

...he says. The team comprised Professor Rush as the leader and included AUT researcher Dr Vladimir Obolonkin and student Stephanie Schulz, Professor David Simmons from Auckland University's Waikato Clinical School and Dr Lindsay Plank of Auckland University's Department of Surgery. They recruited 10 healthy...

'Art of Living' concept expanding around the globe

...al Academy and the health ministry. The spiritual leader met Alexander Uss, the speaker of the Krasnoyarsk assembly, and discussed issues ranging from anti-terrorism and prison rehabilitation to health care with a focus on stress elimination. Indian MP Abani Roy of the Revolutionary Socialist Party, busin...

Quit smoking for healthier gums

...tle University's School of Dental Sciences and the leader of the research tem observed that quitting smoking increased the chances of preserving teeth till old age, "Dentists have known for some time that smokers have worse oral and gum health than non-smokers but for the first time we have shown that quitt...

Milk from cloned cows and meat safe to use: But at what cost?

...g you could keep it alive " said Lawrence Smith, a leader in the field of cloning domestic livestock and a supporter of the anticipated move. Companies that have been working on cloning are already excited about the issue. Consumer reaction to the concept of cloned food is mixed, at best. According to som...

Malaria To Be Tackled By Genetically Modified Mosquitoes

...iological warfare. Andrea Crisanti, the research leader writing an article in ‘Nature Biotechnology’, says that the scientists plan is to breed, sterilise and release millions of these male insects so they mate with wild females but produce no offspring, eradicating insects in the target region within we...

Carotenoid Absorption Explained In A Better Manner

... the body. Physiologist Janet Novotny and research leader Beverly Clevidence of BHNRC's Diet and Human Performance Laboratory joined BHNRC plant physiologist Steven Britz and post-doctoral researcher Anne Kurilich, formerly with ARS, in studying beta-carotene and lutein, two important carotenoids. Caroteno...

Acute Shortage Of Neurosurgeons In India: One Surgeon For Every 1 Million!

... disease burden. With India emerging as a global leader in the quality health care delivery, it is crucial that steps are taken to encourage doctors to channelise towards the superspeciality and impart specialized training in neurosurgery. If this is materialized, we will be able to meet the needs within ...

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