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Newest HIV drugs should be used with FUZEON(R)

Data presented at IAS build a compelling case for FUZEON (enfuvirtide, formerly known as T-20) to be combined with the newest drugs to give patients facing resistance their best chance of achieving undetectable viral load ?the optimal treatment goal for all people living with HIV. . "Undetectable viral load should be the ultimate treatment goal for all triple-class experienced patients. FUZEON co...

Scientists to mimic nature for newest cancer drugs

The North Atlantic right whale's future looks grim if the current mortality rates continue, according to Florida State University assistant professor of oceanography Douglas Nowacek and a group of fellow scientists from across the nation. . .. In it, Nowacek and his colleagues contend that while the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's (NOAA) National Marine Fisheries Service has bee...

Biotechnology's newest chemical tool

Exploiting biology's own chemical toolbox, researchers have developed a new technique that will allow them to modify specific sequences within a DNA molecule. The approach will not only help reveal the impact of biochemical alterations to DNA, but could have far-reaching implications for DNA-based medical diagnosis and nanobiotechnology. . Combining chemistry with biotechnology, Saulius Klimasa...

Biotechnology's newest chemical tool

Funded by the Future and Emerging Technologies initiative of the IST programme, the CYBERHAND project aims to hard wire this hand into the nervous system, allowing sensory feedback from the hand to reach the brain, and instructions to come from the brain to control the hand, at least in part. . .. So far, the project is racking up an impressive list of achievements. It has a complete, fully sensi...
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