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Cheerleading is Leading Cause of Catastrophic Injury in Young Women

... to 26,000 to 28,000 in the past few years, Miller bohn says. In addition, the leading cause of cat...pulls, ligament injuries, tendon injuries," Miller bohn says. "The concern is that there are certainly a f...ping off pyramids and trying risky stunts," Miller bohn says. Miller...

Oh Baby! Discovery Health's BABY WEEK Offers the Most Pregnancies, Births and Drama Anywhere on Television

... never easy, but when you are an OB/GYN dealing with high-risk pregnancies, every day is unique. Meet doctors Alane Park, Yvonne bohn and Allison Hill -- friends, mothers and partners in a busy OB/GYN practice. Viewers will have a front-row seat for all the dra...

Discovery Health is Expecting! Season Two of DELIVER ME is Due on Tuesday, November 11 at 10 PM ET/PT

...nexpected complications, to struggles with infertility; Drs. Park, Hill and bohn have been there personally and professionally. DELIVER ME shows the doctors... more of the intense emotion, drama and excitement that Drs. Park, Hill and bohn face daily, touching on some of the most relevant health issues confronting...

A New Series Is Born on Discovery Health

...arents-to-be, but they are everyday occurrences for Drs. Alane Park, Yvonne bohn and Allison Hill. Discovery Health's new six-part docu-series, DELIVER ME, ... that all the time around expecting mothers has triggered anxieties for Dr. bohn over her own ticking biological clock. The doctors have a particularly emot...

Some antipsychotic drugs may be missing their mark

...-arrestins to cause its effects. For this study, bohn and her colleagues used laboratory-grown cells and...requires beta-arrestin for that biological effect, bohn says. The synthetic hallucinogen, on the other han...ermine if the agent signals through beta-arrestin, bohn says. That isnt done now. ...

New Technique to Identify Bacteria for Food Safety

...used to create a new class of fast, accurate detectors for applications ranging from food safety to homeland security, said R. Graham Cooks, the Henry bohn Hass Distinguished Professor of Chemistry in Purdue's College of Science. Using a mass spectrometer to analyze bacteria and other microorganisms...

Gene Therapy To Cure Parkinson's Disease

...nal Experimental Neurology, was designed by Martha bohn and her laboratory group at Northwestern Universit...the Feinberg School. The gene technique the bohn lab developed removes a protein known as alpha-syn...se in some families. For this research, the bohn lab combined a recently developed technology calle...

Genetic Therapy Could Solve Parkinson’s Puzzl

...off a gene involved in Parkinson's disease. Martha bohn and her laboratory team at// Northwestern Univers...ental Neurology. The gene therapy evolved by bohn and her team involves turning off alpha-synuclein ...re responsible for the development of the disease. bohn and her team used a technique called "RNA interfer...
Bohn in Medical Technology

Trius Therapeutics Announces Presentations Featuring Torezolid Antibiotic at the 19th European Congress of Clinical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases

...vel oxazolidinone prodrug antibiotic; P. Bien, P. Prokocimer, KA. Munoz, J. bohn P 1089 : The safety of multiple ascending oral doses of TR-701, a ...vel oxazolidinone prodrug antibiotic; P. Bien, P. Prokocimer, KA. Munoz, J. bohn P 1103 : Characterization of resistance following serial passage o...
Bohn in Biological News

Gene therapy 'turns off' mutation linked to Parkinson's disease

...nal Experimental Neurology, was designed by Martha bohn and her laboratory group at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine. bohn is Medical Research Council Professor and director...try at the Feinberg School. The gene technique the bohn lab developed removes a protein known as alpha-syn...

Ants win a waxy race

... one specific ant is capable of running up and down the stem, in order to access its nest and food supply inside the stem. Tanja Bruening and Holger bohn from the University of Wuerzburg, Germany are presenting their work on ant-plant partnerships at the Society for Experimental Biology Annual Main Meet...
Bohn in Biological Technology

Fingerprints provide clues to more than just identity

...g fingerprints left by different individuals - a difficult task for current optical forensic methods. A team led by R. Graham Cooks, Purdue's Henry bohn Hass Distinguished Professor of Analytical Chemistry, has created a tool that reads and provides an image of a fingerprint's chemical signature. The t...

Fingerprints provide clues to more than just identity

...g fingerprints left by different individuals - a difficult task for current optical forensic methods. A team led by R. Graham Cooks, Purdue's Henry bohn Hass Distinguished Professor of Analytical Chemistry, has created a tool that reads and provides an image of a fingerprint's chemical signature. The t...

Fingerprints provide clues to more than just identity

...g fingerprints left by different individuals - a difficult task for current optical forensic methods. A team led by R. Graham Cooks, Purdue's Henry bohn Hass Distinguished Professor of Analytical Chemistry, has created a tool that reads and provides an image of a fingerprint's chemical signature. The t...

UW students compete to make hydrogen cars, other renewable projects

...nce these areas have a shortage of reliable power, bohn says it is important to "make it more realistic" f...olid oxide fuel cell inverter. Despite this record bohn says the team is not taking anything for granted. ...ery nervous time to see if we've made the finals," bohn said. The competition's finals will take place in ...
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