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Essilor Enters Bulgarian Market

CHARENTON-LE-PONT, France, February 21 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- - New Acquisitions in Canada and Puerto Rico Essilor is pursuing its external growth strategy with three new acquisitions. The Company is stepping up its development in Eastern Europe by setting up operations in Bulgaria. I...

Arobella Medical CEO Speaks at International Wound Care Conference in Paris

...t Bauman Moscow State Technical University. He has also been a Research Fellow in Biomechanics and Bioengineering at the Warsaw Technical University, bulgarian Academy of Sciences, and a Visiting Professor at several universities in the People's Republic of China. Dr. Babaev holds two Doctor of Science (...

Attention: Extra-hepatic manifestation of hepatitis C virus infection

... and lymphoma. A research article published on December 28, 2007 in the World Journal of Gastroenterology addresses this problem. In a study of 136 bulgarian patients with HCV, the team of Tchernev and Petrova found 76.5% of the patients had extra-hepatic manifestations. Common manifestations were fatigue (...

Six Medicos in Libyan HIV Case Plead Not Guilty

... On the fourth hearing of the HIV case in Libya involving five bulgarian nurses and a Palestinian doctor, the medicos pleaded not guilty//. They also claimed that they were tortured brutally to give false testimonies. T...

World Leaders React to Libyan Court Decision

... about a Libyan court's decision to re-impose the death //sentences on five bulgarian nurses and one Palestinian doctor for supposedly deliberately infecting hun... George Bush has expressed his "disappointment" to Georgi Parvanov, the bulgarian President. He added that the Bulgaria's attempts to strive for the release ...

AL 'Concerned' On Libya AIDS Sentence

...ophe". The Libyan Criminal Court on Tuesday sentenced to death the five bulgarian nurses and one Palestinian doctor who allegedly spread HIV/AIDS in 1999 to ...thers in a hospital in Benghazi, Libya's second largest city. The five bulgarian nurses and the Palestinian doctor were jailed on accusations they have inte...

Scientists Seek Release Of Health Workers In Libya

...ionally infecting about 400 children with HIV. Seeking the release of five bulgarian nurses and a Palestinian doctor who have been incarcerated in a Libyan pris...stead create yet more victims of the AIDS epidemic - in this case, the five bulgarian nurses and Palestinian doctor," they said. In 2000-01, reports began t...

Libyan Lawyers For The HIV-positive Children Seek 15million Dinars As Compensation

...foreign medics who have been accused of deliberately infecting the children. It is to be stated that this is the first time since the retrial of the 5 bulgarian nurses and a Palestinian doctor that had begun in May that the lawyers have started to demand money as compensation. The alleged spread of infec...

HIV Retrial Case of Nurses Resumed

... The re-trial case of a Palestinian doctor and five bulgarian nurses who have been accused of infecting Libyan children with HIV has resu...ildren as prosecution witnesses in a Libyan court .They identified the five bulgarian women as the nurses who knowingly infected 400 children with HIV in a disea...

'Aids' Nurses Trailed Again In Tripoli Court

... For the crime, of infecting 400 Libyan children with AIDS, five bulgarian Nurses and a Palestinian doctor were trailed for the third session //in the...d to the court as witnesses have never been summoned to the witness stand - bulgarian defence says. Nurses felt guilty for the trail of infecting children’s...
Bulgarian in Biological News

Einstein researchers devise a fast and sensitive way to detect ricin

...s little as one-half milligram of ricin is lethal to humans. No antidote is available. The most infamous ricin attack occurred in London in 1978, when bulgarian dissident Georgi Markov died after being stabbed with an umbrella that injected a ricin-coated pellet into his leg. The ricin assay described in th...

UD's Bobev receives NSF Early Career Award for research on novel compounds of rare Earth metals

...n September 2004. A native of Bulgaria, Bobev says he knew when he was 8 years old that he wanted to be a scientist. He was inspired when the first bulgarian was sent into space aboard the Russian Space Agency's Soyuz-33 spacecraft in 1979. In high school, he says he liked chemistry, physics and computer sc...

Stability of mRNA/DNA and DNA/DNA duplexes modulates mRNA transcription

..., do nucleic acids possess other attributes that contribute to their biological functions? Recent work of a team led by Stoyno Stoynov, working at the bulgarian Academy of Sciences, suggests that thermodynamic stability of DNA/DNA and RNA/DNA duplexes influences mRNA transcription. The manuscript appears in th...
Bulgarian in Biological Technology

Osteotech Resumes Shipments of Bulgarian Tissue

EATONTOWN, N.J., July 29 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Osteotech, Inc. (Nasdaq: OSTE ), a leader in the emerging field of biologic products for regenerative healing, today announced that in a July 24, 2009 letter to the Company, the French regulatory agency, afssaps, rescinded its Dec...

Frost & Sullivan: Lower Import Duties and Rising Customer Demand to Boost Russian Electronics Manufacturing Market

...ring Markets is part of the Surface Mount Technologies Growth Partnership Service programme, which also includes research in the following markets: bulgarian Electronics Manufacturing Markets, Polish Electronics Manufacturing Markets and Slovakian Electronics Manufacturing Markets. All research services inc...

Osteotech Reports First Quarter 2009 Financial Results

...on associated with certain donated tissue from its bulgarian subsidiary. While this review did not question the...gency completed its follow-up audit of Osteotech's bulgarian operations and did not have any audit findings in ...ivities as a result of the temporary suspension of bulgarian tissue and lower domestic unit sales volume. ...

Osteotech Reports Fourth Quarter and Full Year 2008 Financial Results; Company Plans Three Product Launches and Unveilings in 2009; Will Provide 2009 Guidance During Conference Call on March 5, 2009 at 9:00 a.m. EST

... of 2009. In December 2008, Osteotech temporarily suspended the distribution of tissue grafts processed from allograft tissue recovered by its bulgarian operations as a result of deficiencies identified during an inspection by the French regulatory agency Afssaps. Pursuant to a notice from Afssaps, Os...

Osteotech Renews Tissue Recovery Agreement with the Euro Atlantic Transplant Alliance

... The Euro Atlantic Transplant Alliance ("EATA"), a bulgarian public non-profit foundation. The agreement, which...rking with the EATA, to successfully integrate the bulgarian tissue recovery and transplantation system into th...ian Transplant Law of 2007 and organized under the bulgarian Public Foundations Law of 2001, is responsible for...

Free shopping in a virtual bazaar of gene regulation data

...tanding need for a large data collection of regulatory sequences unrestricted by commercial concerns. Its novel shopping-mall-like structure (pazar is bulgarian for shopping mall) will allow researchers to share data collections and computational predictions in an organized and accessible manner. In order ...
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