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Bioartificial kidney under study at MCG

...ontaining billions of donor kidney cells will help intensive care patients with kidney failure survive is under... Medical Center has joined a study taking place in intensive care units across the country to evaluate the efficacy of the renal assist device, says Dr. Harold M...

Novel technology detects human DNA mutations

...ogy eliminates the need for costly, time and labor intensive gene amplification or enzymatic interventions ?two widespread methods currently used to perform such analyses. "Nanosphere's new SNP analysis methodology for whole genomic human DNA is a powerful example of the versatility of our proprietary ClearR...

South America's vast pantanal wetland may become next everglades, UNU experts warn

...st bio-diverse ecosystems, is at growing risk from intensive peripheral agricultural, industrial and urban deve... species are among the consequences of introducing intensive agriculture, modern cattle ranching, energy production, mining and other changes in land use in and ...

New Treatment Rivals Chemotherapy For Lymphoma, Study Finds

...is diagnosed. Traditional treatment often involves intensive chemotherapy, or a combination of chemotherapy and the monoclonal antibody rituximab. These treatments are usually given every three weeks over a span of up to six months and can cause many unpleasant side effects, including nausea, hair loss and inf...

FDA Approves New Drug to Treat Type I and Type II Diabetes

... achieve adequate control of their blood sugars on intensive insulin therapy alone. Symlin will be the only therapy for the treatment of type 1 diabetes other than insulin. Patients with type 2 diabetes already have several other types of oral therapies available. The safety and efficacy of Symlin were studi...

NIH Calls on Scientists to Speed Public Release of Research Publications

...ive. The release of this policy follows months of intensive deliberations with representatives of patient and scientific organizations, researchers, and publishers. NIH posted the draft policy for public comment in September, and received and reviewed over 6,000 public comments. As part of on-going efforts t...

Rare surgery performed to remove pancreas, prevent diabetes

...f the islet transplant program. The patient was in intensive care at UAB Hospital for two days following the surgery, and will be in the hospital until sometime next week, doctors said. Stewart's chronic pancreatitis developed four years ago as the result of a congenitally malformed pancreatic duct that close...

Two are better than one

...ltimately demobilizing the cell. Three decades of intensive cancer research led to the identification of a family of receptors, known as HER, that sit antenna-like on the outside of the cell wall and are implicated in certain types of cancer. A team of researchers under Prof. Yosef Yarden, Dean of the Weizman...

Doctors closer to using gene analysis to help trauma patients

...he method is routinely used in emergency rooms and intensive care units. In a report published today (March 7) in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, researchers from eight institutions, including the University of Florida, describe how they were able to consistently analyze which genes are a...

Ariadne Genomics Announces the Release of PathwayStudio?Central, Client-Server Software for Biological Pathway Analysis

...information extraction tools allow for computation intensive tasks and provide convenient interfaces for the integration with internal frameworks and third-party products. For more information, visit Ariadne Genomics website www.ariadnegenomics.com ...

WHO suspends Marburg work, appeals for new funds

...sion in the community, priority activities include intensive social mobilization and health education in the towns and villages of Uige Province. To reduce the risk of transmission in health care facilities, priorities include the provision of personal protective equipment for front-line staff and essential su...

Second messenger NAADP shows fast, dose-related impact on satiety cycle

...bilization in pancreatic acinar cells. Despite the intensive study into the physiological role of NAADP in Ca2+ signaling in pancreatic anicar cells, direct demonstration of changes in NAADP levels in response to agonist-stimulations has been lacking, Yamasaki said. "We found that application of cholecystokin...

Scientists succeed in cloning human embryos from eggs matured in the lab

...sed, and in cloning technology the oocytes undergo intensive micromanipulation, which makes it even harder to develop good quality blastocysts. Once we have achieved this, the next step will be the isolation of the Inner Cell Mass (ICM) from which we can obtain embryonic stem cells. "The availability of human...

Major breakthrough in the treatment of cancers and infectious diseases

... NK cells. It is the product of over five years of intensive research by Dr. Veillette's team. More specifically, by studying mice in which the EAT-2 protein is eliminated through genetic manipulations, Dr. Veillette's team has established that suppressing EAT-2 results in the production of NK cells that are ...

Invitrogen Launches i-Path -- A Unique Systems Biology Platform at BIO 2005

...sed, and in cloning technology the oocytes undergo intensive micromanipulation, which makes it even harder to develop good quality blastocysts. Once we have achieved this, the next step will be the isolation of the Inner Cell Mass (ICM) from which we can obtain embryonic stem cells. "The availability of human...

Researchers seek to discover what really happens when a virus enters the body

...ineering technologies to treatment will allow more intensive study of diseases at the cellular level. A greater understanding of the physiology of an illness will lead to more targeted treatments. ...

Siberian tigers hang tough

... data are preserved, and then we will begin a more intensive analysis of the data. Results may change slightly, but we think it's safe to say that the population appears stable." ...

New type of rejection blocker protects kidneys after transplant

...d their transplanted kidneys except for one in the intensive belatacept group and one in the cyclosporine group...igher at 12 months for patients receiving both the intensive and less intensive belatacept regimens compared to cyclosporine patients. Another indicator of kidne...

Stem cells bring fast direct improvement, without differentiation, in acute renal failure

... remained treatment-resistant despite dialysis and intensive care. Treating patients with ARF thus presents a major clinical dilemma, particularly when severe ARF occurs with multiple organ failure," Christof Westenfelder from the University of Utah explained. "Our laboratory has therefore been pursuing develo...

Results of world's first gene therapy trial for arthritis show approach safe, feasible

...e transfer, reintroduced several weeks later after intensive screening and determination of gene expression. "Given that gene therapy was so new and we were dealing with an otherwise healthy patient population, the ex vivo protocol was the most appropriate approach to take at the time," stated Paul Robbins, P...

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