Seahorse XF96 Extracellular Flux Analyzer Wins Best New Product Award for DRUG DISCOVERY at 2009 Molecular Medicine Conference
BILLERICA, Mass., March 12 /PRNewswire/ -- Seahorse Bioscience, Inc., leader in the real-time measurement of cellular bioenergetics, announced today that the XF96 Extracellular Flux
Analyzer, the first analytical instrument for the kinetic measure of mitochondrial oxygen consumption and cytoplasmi...
Robotics insights through flies' eyes
...als. Movements in space produce so-called "optical flux
fields" that characterize specific kinds of motion...y moment, a typical pattern of motion vectors, the flux
field, which in a second step is assessed by the s...appropriate to it. For the analysis of the optical flux
fields, it's important that motion information fro...
MDS Nordion Submits Expression of Interest Proposal to Government of Canada on Medical Isotope and Generator Production
...pe producing reactors. The computer codes are specifically designed to model research reactor performance and operation and are being used by the High flux
Reactor in Petten, Netherlands, and SAFARI-1, in South Africa. Adopting the OSCAR computer codes could be essential to resolving the existing discrepa...
Personalized Medicine Makes Significant Headway Following the Rapid Evolution of U.S. Molecular Diagnostics Market, Finds Frost & Sullivan
...his method and the lack of any deleterious effect observed with the testing, the likelihood of FDA granting approval for this method is high.
in the regulatory environment surrounding the U.S. CMD market poses a major challenge to companies operating in this domain. Frequent adjustments to c...
Best New Product Awards Winners Named at Molecular Medicine Tri-Conference
... Seahorse Biosciences' Seahorse XF96 Extracellular flux
Analyzer, and BioFortis' Labmatrix.
One comp...s for Drug Development Seahorse XF96 Extracellular flux
Analyzer by Seahorse Biosciences
Discovery Inf...of ovarian cancer.
Seahorse XF96 Extracellular flux
The Seahorse XF96 Analyzer is the first ...
Nephros, Inc. Receives the 2009 Frost & Sullivan Medical Device Patient Care Company of the Year Award
...sed on Nephros's proprietary technology and establish a reputation with a platform instead of a product.
"In patient care settings, the initial flux
characteristic of revolutionary technologies will eventually give way to acceptance and adoption in light of exceptional performance," adds Rajan of F...
Story tips from the DOE's Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Dec. 2008
...ls for various cancers, including ovarian, lung and myeloid leukemia, accounted for more than $500,000. The Californium-252 is produced at ORNL's High flux
Isotope Reactor in conjunction with the lab's Radiochemical Engineering Development Center. ORNL offers a wide range of capabilities in isotope produc...
Membrane fusion at the synapse: Janus faced synaptotagmin-1 helps to keep the fast pace
...ivity of the neuron needs to be rapidly converted into a chemical signal via release of a hormone or neurotransmitter.
The trigger for this is the flux
of calcium ions into the nerve terminal. The receiving neuron on the other site of the synapse detects the neurotransmitter via receptors and converts...
Low-carb diets alter glucose formation by the liver
...sured the sources of hepatic glucose and TCA cycle flux
in weight-stable subjects, and in subjects followi...," the authors report. In spite of this, TCA cycle flux
in the low-carbohydrate group was similar to the l... group was not associated with increased TCA cycle flux
(i.e. energy production.) However, they did not me...
Existing anti-obesity drugs may be effective against flu, hepatitis and HIV
... A Thousand-fold Reduction in Viral Replication
In their experiments, Munger and colleagues developed a technique to measure changes in metabolic flux
in human cells as they become infected by human cytomegalovirus (HCMV), an enveloped virus of the b-herpes family that infects most human adults and t...
SNM expresses serious concerns as isotope shortage looms
...ctive isotopes, which are critical for performing many common nuclear medicine procedures in the United States and worldwide. The shutdown at the High flux
Reactor in Petten comes after a similar shutdown last December of the National Research Universal reactor in Chalk River, Canada by Atomic Energy of C...
KineMed Licenses GeneGo's MetaCore
...taCore for application to its ongoing
multi-center Phase II prognostic study of chronic lymphocytic leukemia
(CLL). KineMed's kinetic biomarker of CLL flux
as a predictor of disease
course is intended to stratify indolent (simmering) versus aggressive
"KineMed's biological pathway insights and ...
Seahorse Bioscience Enters into Agreement with Primetech Corporation to Bring XF Technology to Japanese Market
XF instruments offer the only practical way to study mitochondria in whole
Introduced in June of 2006, Seahorse extracellular flux
provide the first and only method to non-invasively measure the two major
energy producing pathways -- mitochondrial respiration and gl...
Some like it hot! Structure of receptor for hot chili pepper and pain revealed
...apsaicin on TRPV1 found on the nerve cell membrane. TRPV1 is an ion channel, a tiny pore on the cell membrane that allows chemicals such as calcium to flux
in and out.
Any time you feel a burn or pain sensation, it is mediated by a TRPV1 channel. Different levels of heat are mediated by different TRP ...
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TITLE: Hepatic glucose sensing: does flux
Mark A. Magnuson
Vanderbilt University School of Medicine, Nashville, Tennessee, USA.
Phone: (615) 322-7006; Fax: (615) ...
UK government has reneged on pledge for flexible working in NHS
...ing has dried up, and recruitment to these posts has been frozen this year as trusts struggle to meet their debts.
Training posts are in a state of flux
as a result of reforms, and the impending implementation of the European Working Time Directive will cut the hours doctors can legally work, so it is ...
Fighting obesity may be as easy as ATP, says UH researcher
...re on technologies based on superconducting quantum interference devices (SQUIDs) and related magnetic sensors that measure minute changes in magnetic flux
used to detect extremely small changes in magnetic fields, electric currents and voltages. This could lead to clinical instruments designed for early...
QUT Scientists on the Way to Sifting Out a Cure for HIV
...Dr Zhu said current ceramic membranes were unable to permit high filtration flux
or flow, and at the same time effectively filter out unwanted particles or ...mmunity."
He said because the membrane was designed to permit a large flux
or flow, it could also be used for water treatment, as well as within the p...
Newly Identified Strains Of Chlamydia Trachomatis – A Gateway To New Disease
...ly, but in ways that we thought were rare. We also discovered that this organism can customize its attack,' said Dr. Dean. 'Consequently, the constant flux
of the bacterium could serve as a gateway for new emerging diseases, but more research needs to be conducted to understand if and how this is happenin...
Effect Of Cooling And Exercise To Be Analyzed In Patients With Multiple Sclerosis
...ger hours of exercise. The study also will determine the effects of a 12-week aerobic exercise program on fitness, core and skin temperature, and heat flux
in MS patients.
Exercise can build up strength and endurance, reduce depression and increase endorphins, the chemicals in the brain responsible fo...
Age-Dependent Alterations Not Specific For Alzheimers Disease
...s (ranging between 15 and 77 years) and 22 late-onset sporadic AD patients.
A characteristic pattern of oscillations in the microcirculatory blood flux
was observed in the forehead skin, the occurrence of which correlated inversely with age. The occurrence of forehead vasomotion pattern was 100% in th...
Glucose may support in Cardiac Arrest
... their main fuel, to stay alive. The infusion includes insulin, which is needed to transport the glucose into the cell. However, insulin also causes a flux
of potassium into cells, which depletes the levels in the blood. Potassium is therefore added to the infusion to compensate for that effect.