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KBI Biopharma Starts Cell Line Generation Process under Vendor Network Agreement for PER.C6(R)

...such as recombinant proteins, including monoclonal antibodies. Compared to conventional production technologies, the strengths of PER.C6(R) technology lie in its excellent safety profile, scalability and productivity under serum-free culture conditions. By employing the PER.C6(R) human cell line with a p...

Abbott & BioGenex Extend the Technology Co-development and Distribution Agreement for Marketing the Xmatrx(R) Advanced Staining Platform for the Automation of FISH, IHC and ISH Molecular Diagnostic Assays

... to standardize and bring workflow improvements to slide based assays; delivering solutions that provide the answers to the fundamental questions that lie at the heart of complex diseases. With a strong intellectual property portfolio the company intends to be a central player in the emerging molecular d...

BASF Set To Commercialize pro-t-action(TM) Eliminating Caries Causing Bacteria From the Mouth

... Business GmbH, a 100 percent subsidiary of BASF SE, was founded in April 2001. It aims to open up business areas with above-average growth rates that lie outside BASF's mainstream activities. The company focuses on chemistry-based new materials, technologies and system solutions. BASF Future Business Gm...

DSM and Crucell Sign Agreement with Bioceros to Serve as Pre-Approved Cell Line Generation Partner of PER.C6(R) Cell Line Proteins

...conventional production technologies, the strengths of PER.C6(R) technology lie in its excellent safety profile, scalability and productivity under serum-f...conventional production technologies, the strengths of PER.C6(R) technology lie in its excellent safety profile, scalability and productivity under serum-f...

A supercharged metal-ion generator

...ts of a low-cost, noncombustible metal target, making it unnecessary to carry bottled gases or liquids into space. Another far-out application may lie in coating the accelerating cavities of the next generation of superconducting particle accelerators with niobium, a metal notoriously difficult to wo...

Pioneering Cancer Center Introduces Advanced Varian RapidArc(TM) Treatments for Cancer Patients in Central Germany

...as so quick that one patient questioned whether he had received the full dose. We assured him that he certainly had and he was pleased to only have to lie on the treatment table for a short time." Dr. Oehler said RapidArc was a valuable weapon in the hospital's goal of bringing down waiting lists....

Senetek PLC Acquires Rights to Additional Anticancer RNAi Technology

...y of the Polish Academy of Sciences has resulted in another important addition to our technology portfolio. We look forward to the opportunities that lie ahead with this novel advancement in RNAi therapy." About Senetek PLC Senetek PLC (OTCBB: SNKTY) is a Life Sciences company engaged in...

DSM Biologics and Crucell Announce Commercial PER.C6(R) Licensing Agreement with Gedeon Richter

... such as recombinant proteins including monoclonal antibodies. Compared to conventional production technologies, the strengths of PER.C6(R) technology lie in its excellent safety profile, scalability and productivity under serum-free culture conditions. About XD(TM) technology DSM's XD(TM...

Samaritan Partners 'Forgetful' Rat Model to Taconic to Commercialize

...is a research tool used by scientists to study the effectiveness of their new drugs to treat Alzheimer's disease. The unique benefits of the rat model lie in its ability, -- To mimic many features of human Alzheimer's including memory loss, -- Speed a scientist's "race for time" in finding a cure...

DSM and Crucell Announce Another Key Achievement for PER.C6(R) Technology; Scale Up of High-Titer Fed-Batch Process to 250 Liters

... such as recombinant proteins including monoclonal antibodies. Compared to conventional production technologies, the strengths of PER.C6(R) technology lie in its excellent safety profile, scalability and productivity under serum-free culture conditions. About XD(TM) technology DSM's XD(TM) technology...

Varian to Showcase RapidArc(TM) Radiotherapy Technology Enhancements at ASTRO 2008

...ms can be particularly useful, for example, when treating brain tumors that lie in the same plane as the eyes," explains Corey Zankowski, senior director f...le tumors simultaneously. For example, when two or more tumors in the brain lie in front of one another, they can be accurately targeted with a single trea...

MIGENIX Reports First Quarter Fiscal 2009 Financial Results

...zation of Omigard(TM) for the rights it has outside of the United States. Our management and Board are working to out- license Omigard(TM) rights that lie outside of the Cadence agreement either in combination with Cadence's rights outside the US to prospective global partners or to potential regional pa...

Zeus Webinar: Bioabsorbable Polymers as Biomaterials

...ar seeks to enhance participants' understanding of the science of bioabsorbable materials and promote greater awareness of the many possibilities that lie ahead." About Zeus, Inc.: Zeus, Inc. is headquartered in Orangeburg, SC, USA. Zeus is a world leader in the design and production of high-performa...

DSM Biologics and MorphoSys AG to Manufacture Fully Human Antibody

... such as recombinant proteins including monoclonal antibodies. Compared to conventional production technologies, the strengths of PER.C6(R) technology lie in its excellent safety profile, scalability and productivity under serum-free culture conditions. About DSM Biologics DSM Biologics, a business u...

Migenix averts proxy contest; reaches agreement with DJohnson holdings

... between MIGENIX and DJohnson has been reached. As a result of a detailed assessment of MIGENIX's current financial condition, the opportunities which lie ahead, and the standby commitment for a rights offering that has been made by DJohnson, the board determined that a settlement with DJohnson was in th...

Penn scientists carve functional nanoribbons using super-heated, nano-sized particles of iron

...aterial for electronics, but it would be even better if it were possible to create devices with crystallographic edges, that is, edges where the atoms lie along single lines in the graphene plane," Johnson said. "Standard etching techniques being used in the semiconductor industry do not allow this sort...

A phonon floodgate in monolayer carbon

...f hexagons, as in chicken wire, with three of each atom's four electrons involved in molecular bonds with its neighbors; these are sigma orbitals that lie in the plane of the material. The remaining electrons are in pi orbitals extending above and below the plane. The hybridization of the pi orbitals spr...

Ferring Research Infertility and Gynaecology GrAnt (FRIGGA) 2008 Winners Announced

...ion, between 60 and 80 million couples in the world are Infertile(1), and one in six couples have to seek help to conceive(2). The problem is found to lie with the male in nearly half of cases, although many attribute the rise of infertility to women opting to postpone motherhood until later in life, whi...

ARUP Laboratories CEO and Co-Founder Announces Retirement

...hance their abilities to provide local and regional laboratory services," said Ashwood. "I am very excited about the future and the opportunities that lie ahead for ARUP." About ARUP Laboratories ARUP Laboratories is a national clinical and anatomic pathology reference laboratory and an enterprise of...

A New Era in Cell Biology: German Company Develops Groundbreaking Alternative to Stem Cell Therapy

...ble cells into the desired target cells, for example liver or muscle cells or cells in pancreatic islets of Langerhans." The therapeutic possibilities lie in replacing defective or missing cells (regenerative medicine) or producing cells that regulate the immune system. A significant advancement in the t...

Stanford researchers hear the sound of quantum drums

...e sound has been converted to the range of human hearing.) The practical value of having two different nanostructures with identical properties may lie in the design of ever-smaller computer chip circuits, Manoharan said. Designers of nano-electronic circuits will have two ways to get the same result....

Emisphere to Host Business Strategy Conference Call on February 7

...re Technologies, Inc. "Our teleconference will provide investors with a better understanding of where we are taking the company and what opportunities lie ahead." About Emisphere Technologies, Inc. Emisphere Technologies, Inc. is a biopharmaceutical company that focuses on a unique and improved deliv...

Discovery of new cause of mental retardation simplifies search for treatments

... group (University of Adelaide, Australia) to look for new genes that might lie at the basis of XLMR. With the aid of a very specialized molecular technolo...oduction of a protein, or cause it to be produced in a defective way, could lie at the basis of this disorder. The new discovery that too much of a protein...

Where does stored nuclear waste go?

... Millions of gallons of hazardous waste resulting from the nations nuclear weapons program lie in a remote location in southeastern Washington state called Hanford. Beneath this desert landscape about two million curies of radioactivity and hun...

Consortium publishes Phase II map of human genetic variation

...n humans. Two differences, which are common primarily in Asian populations, lie within the EDAR and EDA2R genes. In humans, these genes function together t...e to Lassa fever, a viral infection common in Western Africa. These changes lie in two genes, LARGE and DMD, which are involved in viral entry into cells. ...

Mice teeth explain the troubles with human wisdom teeth

...now possible to identify how development influences evolution. And this may help explain the troublesome wisdom teeth of modern humans - the blame may lie within a weak inhibitory cascade that allows the development of the last molar in a jaw that is too small. ...

Elekta Brings Intelligent Ways to Manage Motion During Cancer Treatment to ESTRO

...t, enabling clinicians to comfortably immobilize patients during radiation therapy. Leuginer says, "Visitors to the Elekta booth will be challenged to lie still for 10 minutes, and many will be unable to do so without the use of immobilization products such as those available from Elekta." Motion manage...

Two nanostructures are better than one

...e. The higher the electric field, the larger the particles it will attract. Chen believes the research has huge potential. Many of our projects lie at the intersection of fundamental science and industrial applications with ample opportunities for new discoveries. ...

The End is Near or Is It?

... a few minutes in the transition area, but youll be refueled for the next leg of the race. Find a way to get your mind re-energized. Take some time to lie in the hammock and read the latest business book or drop a few bucks to attend a conference and rub elbows with your peers. Whatever it is, get some f...

Traveling the I-Q Corridor: Upper Midwest technology future is bright

...icago or Minneapolis, because last week found me in both of the economic powerhouses that bookend the I-Q Corridor. It was a reminder that better days lie ahead for Upper Midwest tech companies that have ideas, intellectual property, innovative spirit and investment capital four of the Is in the I-Q. ...

GE Medicals Technologies Aid Battle Against Cancer

... digital X-ray technology that are helping doctors detect lung cancer earlier. Today, more than 90 percent of lung cancers are missed because they lie behind the ribs or bone and are very difficult to detect on a standard chest X-ray film. GE's Dual Energy Subtraction, a new digital X-ray technology,...

Nettles Names Christenson as Director of Bureau of Entrepreneurship

... as a part of Gov. Doyles Grow Wisconsin initiative. Part of the key to our successful entrepreneurial efforts for the technology community really lie in collaborative efforts. We hope to connect the tech community and those folks interested in starting technology businesses to the right people, Chri...

Does your web site have visibility?

...rrents or worse, rest at the bottom, near the Titanic. At this second, thousands of the worlds best-designed Web sites, despite fancy graphics, simply lie at the bottom, lost like Nemo. This is when customers give up, resulting in no hits, no sales and no profits. Search Optimization So here come...

Part 1 Project performance Get on the path to continuous improvement

...inforcing your successes and remedying your failures. The key to improved project performance is simple, yet difficult at the same time. It doesnt lie in hiring better people or bringing in better consultants or doubling your training budget or even buying more software. Redeveloping your methodology...

Laying the foundation for RFID

...ss case that worked with the technology, stressing that the market is now ripe for entry and has the potential to be very profitable. Many factors lie behind RFIDs success, not the least of which is heavy hitters like Wal-Mart and the Department of Defense mandating its use with suppliers to track pr...

One year after the 2003 blackout: Is Wisconsin prepared?

...ng improvements to the system ... working to upgrade and rebuild. Wisconsin companies have been making strides to upgrade, but the real problem may lie with the framework of the system itself. According to Stephen Heins, vice president of corporate communication for Orion Energy Systems, the blackout ...

San Diego success stories become a challenge for the Midwest

...grow beyond itself. Mary Walshok, an associate vice chancellor with the University of California at San Diego, thinks the area has limitations that lie not with its resources or industry, but with cultural barriers that encourage a low profile. In Southern California, billions of dollars have been ...

Sarcasm and rainmaking advice coexist in The Art of the Start

...s and for the sake of entrepreneurs who hurt their case by telling them, here are the top ten lies that entrepreneurs tell investors, Kawasaki writes. lie number six involves the notion that companies like Procter & Gamble are too old, big, dumb, and stupid to be a threat to the high-tech startups that w...

Wisconsin doctors pinpoint cancer with TomoTherapy radiation treatment

...ital. Its particularly appropriate for people who have cancers that are too difficult to treat by normal means. In the TomoTherapy system, patients lie on a table that goes through a rotating tunnel, similar to the procedure for a CAT scan. As they pass through the system, the tunnel walls rotate in a...

UW-Madison puts heart and mind into stem cells

...Richard Moss, left, and Clive Svendsen Madison, Wis. The answer to reversing the deterioration caused by acute diseases of the brain and heart may lie in stem-cell treatment, according to the ongoing research at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. At the Wisconsin Life Sciences and Venture Confe...
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