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Experimental Biology 2009 meets April 18-22

...r disease, novel implications of micro RNA in disease and therapy, and what scientists can learn about human disease in various canine genomic models. asip award lectures include liver regeneration and new approaches to the pathology and genetics of neurodegeneration. The American Society for Pharma...

American Society for Investigative Pathology Award presented to David M. Engman

...obiology-Immunology at Northwestern University is the 2008 recipient of the asip - Amgen Outstanding Investigative Award, a prestigious annual award for exc...agas Disease: from Trypanosome to Host Cell Invasion to Myocarditis" at the asip 2008 Annual Meeting at Experimental Biology in San Diego, where he received...

Experimental Biology 2008 Today's Research: Tomorrow's Health, April 5-9

...eurodegeneration; the spectrum of CNS inflammatory demyelinating diseases, classification of brain tumors, and the pathogenesis of Chagas disease. The asip Presidential symposium features therapeutics and non-linear systems pathobiology. Other major symposia include bench to bedside immunology; regenerati...
ASIP in Medical Technology

deCODE Discovers Novel Genetic Links Between Pigmentation Traits and Risk of Skin Cancer

...ked pair of single-letter variants (SNPs) near the asip (agouti signaling protein) gene on chromosome 20 t...own also to confer susceptibility to sunburn. Both asip and TYR are known to play a role in pigmentation. ...ary, Romania and Slovakia, carrying one set of the asip variants -- which 15% of the population does -- wa...
ASIP in Biological News

Major obesity gene is 'lost in the shuffle'

...al Genome Research . Agouti signaling protein ( asip ) was the first "obesity gene" to be cloned and ch...on to energy homeostasis. Mice that over-produce asip are extremely obese, exhibit symptoms of diabetes, and have yellow fur, while mice that lack the asip gene are black in color. The gene is widely expr...
ASIP in Biological Technology

deCODE genetics Announces Second Quarter 2008 Financial Results

...e role of these variants in two major skin cancers -- cutaneous melanoma (CM) and basal cell carcinoma (BCC) -- and found that carrying one set of the asip variants, which 15% of the population does, was shown to correspond to a 45% increase in risk of CM and 33% increase in risk of BCC compared to non-ca...
ASIP in Biological Products

Rabbit Anti-Human ASIP / PAR3 Monoclonal Antibody,, Clone ZMD.283 from Invitrogen

Description: Clone/PAD: ZMD.283. Immunogen: Fusion protein derived from human ASIP/PAR-3. Specificity: Specific for ASIP/PAR-3 (atypical PKC isotype-specific interacting protein/ partitioning defective 3). This antigen is not related to the protease-activated-receptors also called PAR. Reactivity: Human Dog ...
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