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Medigus and Tower Semiconductor Announce World's Smallest Medical Video Camera Based on Advanced CMOS Image Sensor

...eveloping a wide range of endoscopic procedures. The platform includes various CCD and CMOS video cameras developed by Medigus. Each camera includes a micro camera head with high quality optics and video processors. For more information, please visit http://www.medigus.com About Tower Semiconducto...

Diagenic Announces Launch of First Breast Cancer Gene-Expression Blood Test

...e TaqMan Array manufactured for DiaGenic by Applied Biosystems consists of 96 TaqMan(R) Gene Expression Assays pre-loaded multiple times on a 384-well micro fluidic card. These 384 simultaneous real-time PCR reactions are performed without the need to use liquid-handling robots or multichannel pipettors. T...

Novel Photoconductive Life Science Research Innovation Enables Rapid, Reproducible, and Non-Invasive Cellular Excitation

...t the requirement for a direct physical link to the cell (such as with electrodes used for patch clamping or transistor contact necessary for use with micro electrode arrays). The non-invasive, optical targeting used by the PSD allows for an extended observation period, dependent only upon the environmenta...

New Discovery of Key Difference in Bile Acid Metabolism in Patients with Type 2 Diabetes May Suggest Underlying Disorder

...5.9 plus or minus 3.1 vs. HC 9.5 plus or minus 3.2 micro mol/kg/d; p<0.01), DCA input rate (9.0 plus or minus 1.5 vs. HC 4.9 plus or minus 2.4 micro mol/kg/d; p<0.01), DCA pool size (21.4 plus or minus 6.5 vs. HC 13.7 plus or minus 6.3 micro mol/kg; p<0.05) and total bile acid synthesis (28....

Kingfisher Announces FDA 510(k) Clearance of Breakthrough KFH Energy for Chronic Pain Sufferers

...ipate that this technology will be the first in a suite of natural energy devices for a variety of treatments." KFH Energy utilizes a unique form of micro current electrotherapy called Bio-Electric Stimulation Therapy (BEST), which is designed to enhance the body's physiological processes. Intended for h...

Virogenomics, Inc. Awarded $2 Million National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Advanced Technology Program Grant to Develop Integrated Diagnostic Biosensors

...y teaming up with Sharp Labs for device expertise and semiconductor manufacture, OHSU for autoimmune and allergy expertise, and PSU for engineering of micro and nano materials, we have built a world class team." "We are excited about the opportunity to apply our biosensor platform technology to next gener...

Benitec MOU With CalbaTech, Inc.

...aceutical companies and to academic institutions. CalbaTech's wholly owned subsidiary LifeStem has developed a unique process to harvest stem cells in micro quantities to be cryopreserved for future transplantation into a client for medical purposes. The collection of stem cells from two different tissue s...

Malvern initiates European user group meetings for chemical imaging

...nnovative technologies and powerful software produce systems that deliver industrially relevant data enabling customers to make the connection between micro (eg particle size) and macro (bulk) material properties (rheology) and chemical composition (chemical imaging). Malvern laboratory, on-line and in-lin...
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