Video: New Online Film Introduces Longevinex Advantage(TM) -- The First Resveratrol-Based Dietary Supplement to Address Both Cellular and Connective Tissue Aging
SAN DIMAS, Calif., June 29 /PRNewswire/ --- A newly-produced 8-minute online film introduces Longevinex Advantage(TM), the newly formulated dietary supplement that, for the first time, addresses both cellular
and connective tissue aging.
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Breakthrough Nanotechnology Delivers Safe, Nutrition-Packed Cellular Hydration
Revive Health supplements provide natural relief for pain, strengthening of immune systems and more
AMERICAN FORK, Utah, June 4 /PRNewswire/ -- More and more research is showing that most illness, disease and other physical afflictions can be helped simply by boosting the health of the cellul...
The First High-Performance Sports Water, AquaHydrate, Delivers Cellular Hydration and Electrolytes, Naturally
Professional athletes rely on AquaHydrate for Focus, Performance and Recovery
HUNTINGTON BEACH, Calif., June 2 /PRNewswire/ -- AquaGenus today announced AquaHydrate, the first high-performance sports water designed for ultimate hydration. Major professional athletes depend on AquaHydra...
Research suggests new cellular targets for HIV drug development
GAINESVILLE, Fla. Focusing HIV drug development on immune cells called macrophages instead of traditionally targeted T cells could bring us closer to eradicating the disease, according to new research from University of Florida and five other institutions.
In the largest study of its kind, res...
MDS Analytical Technologies Releases MetaXpressPowerCore(TM) and MetaXpress(R) 3.0 Cellular Imaging Software
Enhancements Increase Flexibility and High-Content Screening Throughput
SUNNYVALE, CA, April 27 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ - MDS Analytical Technologies, a leader in innovative solutions for drug discovery and life sciences research, today announced at the Society for Biomolecular Sciences (SBS) ...
Key protein in cellular respiration discovered
[PRESS RELEASE, 8 April 2009] Many diseases derive from problems with cellular
respiration, the process through which cells extract energy from nutrients. Researchers at the Swedish medical university Karolinska Institutet have now discovered a new function for a protein in the mitochondrion popu...
Herpes: Scientists find cellular process that fights virus
This release is available in French .
Montreal, March 23, 2009 Scientists have discovered a new way for our immune system to combat the elusive virus responsible for cold sores: Type 1 herpes simplex (HSV-1). As reported in the advance online edition of Nature Immunology , a group of virus...
American TeleCare to Present its Wireless Wide Area Network (WWAN) Option for Cellular Telehealth Connectivity at the American Telemedicine Association (ATA) Annual Meeting Cellular
Telecommunications Network Technology Offers a New Way to Connect Patients to Providers with American TeleCare's Telehealth Solutions.
Minneapolis, MN (PRWEB) March 19, 2009 -- Attendees at the American Telemedicine Association (ATA) Annual Meeting will have th...
CompuCyte Corporation and Program in Cellular and Molecular Medicine at Children's Hospital Boston Announce Joint Program for Quantitative Imaging Cytometry Research Services
BOSTON, March 10 /PRNewswire/ -- CompuCyte Corporation and the Program in Cellular
and Molecular Medicine at Children's Hospital Boston (also known as the Immune Disease Institute) today announced the establishment of a joint Quantitative Imaging Cytometry program. The Program in Cellular
Enhanced skin cancer risk linked to defects in cellular aging controls
February 23, 2009, Cambridge, UK Cell lifespan is limited by telomeres, DNA sequences that cap chromosomes and control the number of times a cell may be copied. A new study reported in Disease Models & Mechanisms (DMM), dmm.biologists.org , describes how telomere dysfunction in skin cells can...
Team learns how cellular protein detects viruses and sparks immune response
A study led by researchers at the University of Illinois reveals how a cellular
protein recognizes an invading virus and alerts the body to the infection.
The research, described this week in the journal Science and led by Illinois physics professor and Howard Hughes Medical Institute invest...
U.S. Cellular President and CEO to Give Keynote at Employment Expo
John Rooney Will Address Diversity and Inclusion as Key Elements to an Environment of Respect
WHEATON, Ill., Feb. 13 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- John E. Rooney, keynote speaker for the 2009 AbilityLinks Employment Expo, is known as the "maverick" of the wireless industry because of his passion...
Novel Photoconductive Cellular Depolarization Technology Reveals Insight Into Neuronal Growth, Guidance, and Regeneration
BOSTON, Jan. 30 /PRNewswire/ -- Neurosilicon's novel Photoconductive Stimulation Device (PSD) was highlighted in the recent scientific publication by Hung and Colicos titled, Astrocytic Ca2+ Waves Guide CNS Growth Cones to Remote Regions of Neuronal Activity. The article appearing in the November ...
CORD:USE Cord Blood Bank Receives Prestigious Accreditation from the Foundation for the Accreditation of Cellular Therapy
ORLANDO, Fla., Jan. 22 /PRNewswire/ -- CORD:USE Cord Blood Bank is honored to announce that it has been accredited by the Foundation for the Accreditation of Cellular
Therapy ("FACT"). CORD:USE is a leading public cord blood bank that specializes in the collection, processing, storage and distri...
Dormant cancer cells rely on cellular self-cannibalization to survive
HOUSTON A single tumor-suppressing gene is a key to understanding, and perhaps killing, dormant ovarian cancer cells that persist after initial treatment only to reawaken years later, researchers at The University of Texas M. D. Anderson Cancer Center report in the December Journal of Clinical I...
Market for Cellular Therapies Will Grow at a Robust Annual Rate of More Than 30 Percent in the United States Through 2017
At Least 10 New Cellular
Therapies Will Launch Over Next Decade, According to a New Report from Decision Resources
WALTHAM, Mass., Dec. 2 /PRNewswire/ -- Decision Resources, one of the world's leading research and advisory firms for pharmaceutical and healthcare issues, finds that the cel...
Does HBV infection induce acute cellular DNA damage?
Eukaryotic cells employ multiple strategies of checkpoint signaling and DNA repair mechanisms to monitor and repair damaged DNA. There are two branches of the checkpoint response pathway, ataxia telangiectasia-mutated (ATM) pathway and ATM-Rad3-related (ATR) pathway. Virus replication presents the...
Scripps research team unravels new cellular repair mechanism
The research was published today in an advanced, online issue of the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences .
The cell cycle, which allows cells to replicate their DNA and produce new cells, is controlled by a complex concert of enzymes and other components. In addition there are "che...
Cocaine addiction linked to voluntary drug use and cellular memory, UCSF study shows
Rats that voluntarily use cocaine show a persistent cellular
memory in the brain's reward center even after several months of abstinence from the drug, while their involuntary counterparts had no such memory, according to a new study by researchers at the University of California, San Francisco.
Global Med Technologies(R) Announces U.S. Release of Proven Tissue and Cellular Therapy Product
Recent Inlog Acquisition Provides Established Cellular
DENVER, July 8 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Global Med Technologies(R),
Inc. ("Global Med" or "the Company") (OTC Bulletin Board: GLOB), an
international e-Health, medical information technology company, today
announced the i...
Molecule Uses Cellular Recycling to Treat Kidney Cancer
Finding represents a major shift for targeted therapy, study says
MONDAY, July 7 (HealthDay News) -- A molecule that uses a cellular
recycling process called autophagy to kill cancer cells has been identified by Stanford University researchers.
Autophagy is normally used by cells ...
Scripps Research scientists find seizure drug reverses cellular effects
In the new research, published in the May 28, 2008 edition of The Journal of Neuroscience, the scientists found that gabapentin normalizes the action of certain brain cells altered by chronic alcohol abuse in an area of the brain known as the central amygdala, which plays an important role in fear...
Secrets of cellular signaling shed light on new cancer stem cell therapies
ANN ARBOR, Mich.---By revealing the inner workings of a common cell-to-cell signaling system, University of Michigan biologists have uncovered new clues about mysterious and contentious creatures called cancer stem cells.
The findings also have implications for a high-profile breast-cancer drug...
Obesity chokes up the cellular power plant
The machinery responsible for energy production in fat cells is working poorly as a result of obesity. Finnish research done at the University of Helsinki and the National Public Health Institute shows that this may aggravate and work to maintain the obese state in humans.
Studying rare cases o...
NIAID scientists identify new cellular receptor for HIV
protein that helps guide immune cells to the gut has been newly identified as a target of HIV when the virus begins its assault on the body's immune system, according to researchers from the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), part of the National Institutes o...
Engineering chimeric polypeptides to illuminate cellular redox states
UIUC interdisciplinary team reports the design of chimeric polypeptides leading to development of noninvasive biosensors for potential application in biomedical research.
Reduction/oxidation (redox) systems research is reaching a stage where domains that traditionally belonged to the physical s...
Story ideas from Molecular and Cellular Proteomics
Searching for Amyloid Interactions
Researchers have undertaken a large-scale investigation into the molecular environment of the amyloid precursor protein (APP), a protein centrally associated with Alzheimer's disease.
A defining hallmark of Alzheimer's is the extracellular accumulation ...
St. Jude finds link between cellular defense processes, showing how cancer cells survive
St. Jude Children's Research Hospital investigators have discovered that immune system cells that engulf and destroy germs in the body enlist help for this task from a common housekeeping mechanism that most cells use to keep their interiors healthy, a finding that is likely to help researchers un...
St. Jude Finds Link Between Cellular Defense Processes, Showing How Cancer Cells Survive
A mechanism in cells that kills germs and destroys cancer drugs and
antibiotics is enlisted by a second mechanism that ingests germs from the
environment, a finding that could improve treatments for cancer and
MEMPHIS, Tenn., Dec. 19 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- St. Jude Children'...
UC Davis researchers identify a cellular pathway that makes prostate cancer fatal
(SACRAMENTO, Calif.) Expanding evidence that tiny strands of RNA called microRNAs play big roles in the progress of some cancers, UC Davis researchers have identified one that helps jump start prostate cancer cell growth midway through the disease process, eventually causing it to become fatal....
Story ideas from molecular & cellular proteomics
Articles selected from the Sept. 2007 issue of Molecular & Cellular
Proteomics (Vol. 6, No. 9):
Finding better ways to treat schistosomiasis, a tropical disease caused by a parasitic worm
New insight into lethal shrimp viral disease
How some algae tolerate very salty environme...
ReCellular Named Exclusive Cell Phone Recycling Partner for Consumer Cellular
DEXTER, Mich., Oct. 16 /PRNewswire/ -- ReCellular, Inc., the world's
foremost collector, reseller and recycler of used wireless phones and
accessories, today announced it has entered into a partnership with
Oregon-based Consumer Cellular
( http://www.consumercellular.com ), one of
Cocaine's Use During Pregnancy May Cause Lasting Cellular Effects
Cocaine use during pregnancy can cause subtle but disabling cognitive impairments -- attention deficits, learning disabilities and emotional problems //– Says a recent study by investigators.
The studty Investigators at the Vanderbilt Kennedy Center for Research on Human Development may help ex...
Gene May Regulate Cellular Aging
A gene that has the potential to suppress tumor growth also plays a major role in aging, according to three separate studies. The gene p16INK4a caused cell to grow old and work poorly as compared to younger cells.// These older cells seemed to know their age even when transplanted into young mice. ...
New Way to Open Cellular Ion Channels, Implications for Drug Design
Using an enzyme found in the venom of the brown recluse spider, researchers at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine have discovered a new way to open// molecular pores, called ion channels, in the membrane of cells.
The research team – Zhe Lu, MD, PhD; Yajamana Ramu, PhD; and Ya...
Unchecked Cellular Repair Pathway Causes Liver Cancer
Researchers from Duke University Medical Center and John Hopkins University School of Medicine have found that an uncontrolled cell signaling pathway that plays a vital role in the embryonic development and the liver's own response // to injury lead to the development of liver cancer.
Researchers Discover Two Proteins Involved In Cellular Destruction Of HIV Virus
Scientists at the Ohio State University have discovered a hitherto unknown mechanism by which cells fight against the invasion of the HIV/AIDS virus. //It was found that two proteins that help in the repair of injured DNA also destroy the DNA of the HIV virus, which is vital for its survival once i...
DNA helps in cellular function
Biological chemists at the University of north Carolina at Chapel Hill, state about the discovery of how living organisms convert genetic instructions into action.
The UNC scientists have found a previously unknown chemical site on a key enzyme that regulates production of the genetic me...
Use of Cellular Phones associated with Increased risk of Brain Tumors
A recent article published by a team in Sweden suggests that there is an increased risk of brain cancer in the areas of highest exposure in patients using digital telephones (Case Control Study on Radiology work, Medical X-Ray Investigations, and Cellular
Telephones as Risk Factors for Brain Tumors...
ThermoGenesis Announces Launch of Res-Q System; New Device Expands Company's Presence in Bone Marrow Sector
...ul way. We believe our Res-Q System has considerable advantages over competing products and should help surgeons realize the true value of autologous cellular
therapy," said J. Melville Engle, Chief Executive Officer of ThermoGenesis.
"We are delighted to be participating in the launch of the Res-Q Sy...