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STC.UNM Signs License Option Agreement With GeneThera for E. coli O157:H7 Vaccine

WHEAT RIDGE, Colo., Oct. 27 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- GeneThera, Inc. (Pink Sheets: GTHR), announced today that it has signed an agreement with STC.UNM (STC), the technology-transfer arm of the University of New Mexico (UNM), giving GeneThera an option to a license to worldwide development and...

E. coli Outbreak in New Jersey?

Public Health Agency's Community Health Surveillance System Detects Emerging Pattern NORTH BERGEN, N.J., May 22 /PRNewswire/ -- Over the course of two hours on a recent Friday, 20 people arrived, one by one, for emergency care at the Palisades Medical Center here. ...

Technology played key role in E. coli alerts

Madison, Wis. - To the casual observer, responders contained the recent E. coli outbreak quickly, but in the eyes of many public health professionals, the automated system used to identify the disease and coordinate alerts has plenty of room for improvement. Still, information technology playe...

E. coli Fermentation Using a BioFlo 110 Bench-Top Fermentor

Introduction This Application Report is part of a series documenting culture growth in the BioFlo 110. With appropriate vessels and control modules, the BioFlo 110 can be used to efficiently grow mammalian cells, plant cells, insect cells, y...

Electrotransformation of E. coli With M13 DNA

Lisa Starr and William D. Huse Ixsys, Inc. 3550 General Atomics Court San Diego, California 92121 Introduction M13 vectors have been used extensively for subcloning mainly because the abundant, easily iso...

Escherichia coli DH5

Multiporator / Electroporator 2510 Transformation Protocol Protocol No. 4308 915.512 04/2002 ...

Escherichia coli DH10B

Multiporator / Electroporator 2510 Transformation Protocol Protocol No. 4308 915.513 04/2002 ...

Escherichia coli K12

Multiporator / Electroporator 2510 Transformation Protocol Protocol No. 4308 915.514 04/2002 ...

Escherichia coli C600

Multiporator / Electroporator 2510 Transformation Protocol Protocol No. 4308 915.511 04/2002 ...

Escherichia coli K12

Multiporator / Electroporator 2510 Transformation Protocol Protocol No. 4308 915.514 04/2002 ...

Escherichia coli DH5

Multiporator / Electroporator 2510 Transformation Protocol Protocol No. 4308 915.512 04/2002 ...

Escherichia coli DH10B

Multiporator / Electroporator 2510 Transformation Protocol Protocol No. 4308 915.513 04/2002 ...

Escherichia coli C600

Multiporator / Electroporator 2510 Transformation Protocol Protocol No. 4308 915.511 04/2002 ...

Comparison of Growth Techniques and Media for the Purpose of Plasmid Isolation from E. coli Using the Eppendorf Perfectprep Plasmid Mini Kit

Comparison of Growth Techniques and Media for the Purpose of Plasmid Isolation from E. coli Using the Eppendorf Perfectprep Plasmid Mini Kit Joel Lopez, Melissa Higgins, Chere Griffin and Vince Prezios...

Generate Adenovirus Vectors in E. coli by Homologous Recombination with the AdEasy Adenoviral Vector System

Efficient gene transfer and high-level protein expression within a variety of cells Tanya Hosfield Lisa Eldridge Stratagene Recombinant adenoviruses provide a versatile means of gene delivery and expression. We describe the AdEasy adenoviral vector system, ###,W ...

High-Level Protein Expression, One-Column Purification, and FLAG Epitope Tagging in E. coli

Seamless insertion and one-step purification from a more versatile vector High-Level Protein Expression, One-Column Purification, and FLAG Epitope Tagging in E. coli Katherine Felts Denise Wyborski John Bauer Peter Vaillancourt Stratagene Stratagene has impro...

Bacteria pack their own demise

...d probably have sustained damage to the important genes just next to it can no longer reproduce. Our best-known intestinal residents, Escherichia coli bacteria, more commonly known as E.coli, have such a T-A system in five different locations in their DNA, while Mycobacterium tuberculosis bacteria ev...

Genetically engineered bacteria compute the route

...mathematics departments at Missouri Western State University in Missouri and Davidson College in North Carolina, USA engineered the DNA of Escherichia coli bacteria, creating bacterial computers capable of solving a classic mathematical problem known as the Hamiltonian Path Problem. The research extend...

Celtic Pharma Holdings Announces Investment in Novacta Biosystems Limited

...meet this significant unmet medical need in C. difficile infection, MRSA and related Gram-positive infections and Gram-negative infections, such as E. coli and Salmonella. Our investment in Novacta fits our model of taking a majority position in high quality companies with well differentiated technologies...

Neogen Named to Fortune's List of 40 Stocks 'To Retire On'

...rray of products focused on food safety from farm to factory, including test kits that help foodmakers detect allergens, toxins, and bacteria like E. coli . This business should benefit from increased regulation and growing consumer concern about the food supply. The company, which boasts zero debt, post...

Israeli scientists show bacteria can plan ahead

...he new state of affairs before its onset. E. coli bacteria, for instance, which normally cruise har...tem was somewhat more complicated that that of E. coli , the scientists found that when the wine yeast fe...el and Mitchell devised a further test for the E. coli based on another of Pavlov's experiments. When Pa...

GeneThera Extends its Reach Overseas

...esently not available from other technologies. The GES is designed for a host of individual diseases, the current priorities being Mad Cow disease, E. coli 0157:H7 and Johne's disease. For more information, contact Dr. Tony Milici at 303-463-6371 or Richard Dopkin at JR Dopkin & Associates LLC at 516-...

DNA2.0 Awarded US Patents for Breakthrough Gene Optimization Technology -- Company's Unique Algorithm Enables Expression Yields up to 50 Times Greater than Competing Approaches

...n, providing further broad protection of DNA2.0's industry-leading gene optimization technologies. Together with the recently released pJexpress E coli expression vectors, DNA2.0's patented codon optimization technology offers the most integrated and efficient path from virtual sequence to expressed p...

Recombinant C-Reactive Protein

... r-hCRP is produced into culture medium by DNA recombinant procedure in E. coli as secretory protein. By expressing kil gene, the outer membrane of E. coli becomes permeable, allowing recombinant C-Reactive Protein to be excreted w...

DNA2.0 Introduces Freedom of Expression With a New Family of Bacterial Expression Vect:ors

...moter. DNA2.0's research has shown that the T5 promoter routinely expresses proteins at higher levels comparable to T7 pET vectors and works in any E. coli host. Cloning into the pJexpress series is free of charge to DNA2.0 customers when ordering a gene. Menlo Park, Calif. (PRW...

Buckyballs could keep water systems flowing

... If they slough off over time, we need to know what the effects will be." The current experiments in the laboratory were conducted with Escherichia coli K12, a strain of the bacteria that is widely used in laboratory experiments. "We focused on a quite specific microorganism, so the next stage of ou...

New research identifies faster detection of viruses

...ilicon micro-cantilevers can measure such interactions rapidly in such conditions. The researchers used the protein receptor, FhuA of Escherichia coli known to bind to the T5 virus. Professor Hegner and his colleagues coated the cantilever surfaces with a molecular layer of FhuA proteins sensitised ...

Tiny 'lab-on-a-chip' detects pollutants, disease and biological weapons

...ly building and commercializing its water-testing mini-labs to measure and monitor how genetically engineered bacteria respond to pollution such as E. coli in water. Cities across Israel have expressed interest in the technology, as has the state of Hawaii. But other uses are being explored as well. Fu...

Crystal Research Associates, LLC Issues Executive Informational Overview(R) (EIO(R)) on Bioniche Life Sciences Inc.

...human food and water supplies. Its most significant initiative is Econiche(TM), a vaccine administered to cattle that reduces the level of Escherichia coli (E. coli) O157:H7 that cattle shed, thus minimizing the risk of human illness from contaminated food or water. The vaccine was fully licensed in Canad...

AdvanDx Receives FDA 510(k) Clearance for E. coli/P. aeruginosa PNA FISH(R)

... First Diagnostic Test for Identifying E. coli and P. aeruginosa Directly from Positive Blood Cul...announced it received FDA 510(k) clearance for E. coli / P. aeruginosa PNA FISH(R) to identify Escherichia coli and/or Pseudomonas aeruginosa directly from pos...

Richter-Helm and Athera Biotechnologies Partner in Development of Recombinant Protein to Treat Cardiovascular Disease

...hera, including possible future large volume commercial production. Annexin A5 is a biotechnology product produced using Richter-Helm's proprietary E. coli based expression system. Richter-Helm will initiate strain and process development of the new process, reaching a 1000 litre production scale. ...

Life Sciences Discovery Fund Awards $4.7 Million to Support New Vaccine Program

...t of the development process. The projects aim to: -- Develop an E. coli vaccine for cattle (a joint effort of WSU, UW and the University of Idaho ...identify the best candidate for a vaccine that would reduce the level of E. coli O157 in cattle to a level that would prevent transmission to humans via mea...

Bioamber announces world's first bio-based succinic acid plant: helping to reduce dependence on fossil fuels

... and renewable fuels (as a diesel additive). The plant demonstrates the technological breakthrough of the US Department of Energy's proprietary E. coli bacterium, which is under exclusive license to DNP Green Technology and has been optimized by Bioamber. Bioamber's fermentation technology is cost com...

J. Craig Venter Institute Researchers Publish Significant Advance in Genome Assembly Technology

...ad to build the genome a quarter at a time using the bacterium Escherichia coli to clone and produce the DNA segments. During this building process the team found that E. coli had difficulty reproducing the large DNA segments, so they turned to the y...

Genetic clock makers at UC San Diego publish their 'timepiece' in Nature

...by the blinking of fluorescent proteins inside E. coli cells. The clock's blink rate changes when the te...synchronize the clocks within large numbers of E. coli cells so that all the cells in a test tube would ... controlling environmental conditions of their E. coli cells with great precision. This enables the bioe...

Northern Antibiotics Presents New Data on Novel Polymyxin Compounds at the Joint ICAAC/IDSA 2008

...ositive charges. The in vivo efficacy of NAB739 and NAB7061 was evaluated in a murine peritoneal infection model using the virulent, encapsulated E. coli strain IH3080 (K1:O18) as the challenge organism. As low a dose as 1 mg/kg (body weight) of NAB739, given at 1h postinfection and repeated at 3 h post...

Large-scale genetic study sheds new light on lung cancer

... tied RB1 mutations to retinoblastoma, a relatively uncommon type of childhood cancer that originates in the eye's retina. Adenomatosis polyposis coli (APC). Mutations of this gene are common in colon cancer. Ephrin receptors A3 and A5 (EPHA3 and EPHA5), neurotrophin receptors (NTRK1 and NTRK3) ...

Clontech Laboratories, Inc. Recognizes the 2008 Winners of the Nobel Prize in Chemistry

...let light. Dr. Chalfie applied GFP to biological research, using it as a visual genetic tag to study biological phenomena in the bacterium Escherichia coli and the model organism Caenorhabditis elegans. Dr. Roger Y. Tsien, a Howard Hughes Medical Institute Investigator of the University of California, San...

Two Luminaries Join Cequent Scientific Advisory Board: Judy Lieberman, M.D. Ph.D., and Patrice Courvalin, M.D.

...y of DNA or proteins into mammalian cells. His laboratory was the first to describe the combination of invasin and listeriolysin to enable Escherichia coli as a gene therapy tool. About Cequent Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (http://www.cequentpharma.com ) An early-stage biopharmaceutical company, Cequent is ...

Neogen Reports 26% Increase in Revenues

...number of high-profile food recalls related to food allergens. Neogen's sales of products used to detect dangerous foodborne pathogens, including E. coli O157:H7, Salmonella, and Listeria, continued their upward trend seen in recent quarters, and were up 14% compared to last year. Sales of the company's...
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