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Heat Sinks Market to Reach $2.64 Billion by 2015, According to New Report by Global Industry Analysts, Inc.

...facturers in the heat sinks market are introducing innovative models of hybrid heat sinks such as the dual metal heat sinks (aluminum base with copper fins attached to it), heat sinks with embedded heat pipes, as well as polymer heat sinks that are gaining rapid popularity over conventional heat sinks. ...

Key to Wound-Healing May Be Explained in Fish Tail

... in cuts and scrapes -- also may rally healing cells to wounded tissue, new research has found. U.S. researchers have discovered that when the tail fins of zebra fish are injured, a spurt of hydrogen peroxide is released from the wound and into the surrounding tissue. In response to the summons from th...

Researchers solve mystery of deep-sea fish with tubular eyes and transparent head

...l position. In addition to their amazing "headgear," barreleyes have a variety of other interesting adaptations to deep-sea life. Their large, flat fins allow them to remain nearly motionless in the water, and to maneuver very precisely (much like MBARI's ROVs). Their small mouths suggest that they can...

Dr. Nicholas Schiff receives research award for Innovation in Neuroscience

... in such a severely disabled person, years after the injury occurred. Study investigators included NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell's Dr. Joseph fins and physician-scientists at the JFK Johnson Rehabilitation Institute (Edison, N.J.) and the Cleveland Clinic Foundation. Dr. Schiff is associate pr...

Genes Associated With Limb Development is More Primitive Than Believed

...opodial-like pattern of Hox gene expression in the fins of a basal actinopterygian fish, shows that the ge... researchers studied the development of paddlefish fins to test whether the genes activated to make hands ...ay a vital role in limb developmentin the pectoral fins of paddlefish, and to track where the Hox genes ar...

Regrowth of Zebrafish's Tail Fin may Offer Clues for Treating Human Injuries

...entific journal Development, UW researchers report on laboratory evidence that suggests that Wnt/Beta signaling also promotes the regeneration of tail fins in zebrafish. Another, distinct signaling pathway activated by a different kind of Wnt protein called Wnt5b, turns down the genes that are turned on b...

Limb Regeneration Exists Innately In All Vertebrates – Says Researc

...eneration. And, conversely, when they treated mutant adult zebrafish that cannot regenerate with the excitatory agent, the ability to regenerate their fins was rescued, Belmonte says. Using an inhibitory agent on frogs before the regeneration-enabled developmental window closed resulted in loss of tha...

Awake or not?

...ew study could help identify which patients are most likely to emerge — once the tests are studied in larger numbers of unconscious people. As Dr. fins said without this context, the imaging tests could create some confusion, because like any medical tests they may occasionally go wrong, misidentifyin...

Renowned Doctor Passes Away

...ersistent Vegetative State,' was published in two parts in The New England Journal of Medicine and became 'the definitive statement in the field,' Dr. fins said. Dr. Cranford played a vital role in the case of Nancy Cruzan, who was injured in an automobile accident in 1983 that had resulted in her b...

MP’s Ask for Reduction of VAT on Condoms, Essential Health Ite

...uxury item to an essential health item. Emily Thornberry, Labor MP for Islington South, has proposed the motion that also seconds the petition from fins bury, a High Street retailer, who wishes an end to the “Sex Tax” The MP’s have said that "Over £7m is currently paid in VAT on condoms each year w...
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