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Frito-Lay Launches Low Sodium Versions of its Top Selling Snack Chips

Pinch of Salt Line Meets Number One Consumer Request PLANO, Texas, April 10 /PRNewswire/ -- PepsiCo's Frito-Lay North America business unit announced today the launch of Pinch of Salt, a low-sodium version of some of its most popular brands -- Lay's potato chips, Tostitos tortilla ch...

Corazonas Launches First and Only Cholesterol-Reducing Potato Chips

Heart-Healthy Snack Leader Corazonas Foods Debuts Five Great-Tasting Potato Chip Flavors Featuring Cholesterol-Lowering Plant Sterols and 40 Percent Less Fat Than Regular Potato Chips LOS ANGELES, Jan. 3 /PRNewswire/ -- Corazonas Foods Inc., creators of great-tasting, heart-h...

McCain Chips in With a ‘healthy’ Variety of Chis

There is a healthy crackle in the air! We have just been chipped in with this hearty piece of news about an all time favorite – chips! Wipe away that guilt// and let yourself have a go at this entrant- McCain’s frozen oven chips. The complete range of McCain’s frozen chips has received the ‘g...

Digital ID Chips Implanted in Dogs to Prevent Rabies

Digital ID chips have been implanted in 65,000 dogs in Shanghai to improve canine management and prevent the spread of rabies after dog slaughters aimed at curbing// rabies in provinces of Yunnan and Shandong drew massive criticism. The chips contain the dog's individual ID number. To access ...

South Asians in Canada being wooed by chips now!

As a strategic step taken by the Canadian snacks company Frito Lay Canada has launched a new range of potato chips which are targeting the South Asians. 40 chip flavours created and tested include seaweed, cucumber //and green tea before choosing spicy curry and wasabi for test marketing. Store...

Biosensor Chips to detect Urinary Tract Infections

Professor Joseph C. Liao from David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA has produced a new biosensor diagnostics which helps in early detection of Urinary tract infection. Urinary tract infection is caused by gram // negative bacteria which colonizes the urinary tract and causes bacterial infection. ...

Eating Fried Chips Increases The Risk Of Developing Breast Cancer

Very young children’s who eat cooked fried chips frequently during their childhood had a much higher risk of developing cancer when they are adults. Breast cancer is linked to // high fat diet taken by the women. Research group led by Dr. Karin Michels, of Brigham and Women’s hospital in Bost...

Zeta-Jones is 'obsessed' With Smoked Salmon Sandwiches With Crushed Potato Chips

Actress Catherine Zeta-Jones has revealed that she has weak moments when it comes to food, for she is 'obsessed' with smoked salmon sandwiches with crushed potato chips . Speaking, at a press conference for her new film 'No Reservations', the actress said that it is one of her 'comfort food...

Parents Concerned About Kids' After-School Snacking Habits

... ATLANTA, Aug. 3 /PRNewswire/ -- From nacho chips dipped in yogurt to leftover wedding cake to waffles with ketchup, kids are willing to eat anything when they get home from school. But their odd snac...

Madzone Marketing LLC Taps TransMedia Group to Provide Publicity Lift to Knife and Forklift(TM)

...products from MadZone Marketing ( www.madzonemarketing.com ) for which TransMedia will be doing publicity are "Smoke-Less Chips," which are tiny chips affixed to boxes of cigarettes that deliver a smoke less message every time the box lid is flipped open. "Beneath every wacky product from ...

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Chips in Medical Technology

Gene Chips to Detect CYP Variations: A New Step Toward Customized Medical Therapy.

Michael S. Singer, M.D., Ph.D. Contributing Editor Harvard Medical School The FDA approval of BiDil for heart failure in African American patients has underscored the concept that two patients can respond differently to the same medication. This concept holds true for a wide variety of ...

In Rare Disorder, a Familiar Protein Disrupts Gene Function

... mutations in the NIPBL gene, which plays a role in moving cohesin onto and off chromosomes. The researchers used DNA microarrays, manufactured chips that measure how strongly different genes are expressed throughout a cell's full complement of DNA. The study team identified hundreds of genes that w...

WaferGen and University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center Establish Biomarker Research Collaboration for SmartChip(TM) Real-Time PCR System

...implicity of the SmartChip Real-Time PCR System is unparalleled. The system will provide a number of key ease-of-use features including content-ready chips with gene panels optimized for cancer, toxicology and whole genome. The user-friendly SmartChip Real-Time PCR System will be preloaded with some of t...

Good Medicine: Smarter Smartphones for People With Chronic Disease

...t label on your medicine to help you or a family member identify the right medicine when it is time to take it. The smart labels have small electronic chips in them containing data about the medication being taken. The phone reads the data on the chip and provides feedback about the medicine. The sy...

deCODE and SGENE Consortium Discover Deletions in the Human Genome Linked to Risk of Schizophrenia

...y disease areas we have had great success of late in identifying what these chips are best suited to find: common variants conferring relatively modest incre...ntribution to susceptibility. It is encouraging that our efforts to use SNP chips to detect rarer variations such as spontaneous deletions and duplications i...

US Oncology Research Network Presents Clinical Studies at San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium

... percent). Microarray: 107/192 specimens generated less than or equal to 10 mcg cRNA, median 35 mcg, which was hybridized to Affymetrix HG- U133A gene chips successfully in 101 specimens. The success rate was 35 percent in the first 80 cases and 65 percent in the last 112 cases. Sample attrition precluded ...
Chips in Medical Products

VaporTrode® Vaporization Electrodes

Description:...zation Electrodes. These electrodes vaporize myomas without creating tissue chips that obscure visibility. No tissue chips to clear means shorter O.R. time. This unique design provides areas of high...
Company:GYRUS ACMI

Symphony I/C Graft Chambers

Description:... Graft Delivery System and are available exclusively through LifeNet. Each I/C Graft Chamber is sold pre-filled with a mixture of allograft cancellous chips and demineralized allograft bone particles (DBM). The allograft tissue within the chamber possesses both osteoinductive and osteoconductive properties...
Company:DePuy Orthopaedics, Inc.

I/C Graft Chambers, GDS005

Description:...mineralized bone matrix and conductive cancellous chips. DBM and cancellous chips will be free of foreign matter. Demineralized bone matrix particle size is ...o 1000 . Cancellous chip particle size is 1 - 8 mm. 5:3 ratio of cancellous chips to DBM....
Company:LifeNet

I/C Graft Chamber, GDS015

Description:...mineralized bone matrix and conductive cancellous chips. DBM and cancellous chips will be free of foreign matter. Demineralized bone matrix particle size is ...o 1000 . Cancellous chip particle size is 1 - 8 mm. 5:3 ratio of cancellous chips to DBM....
Company:LifeNet

I/C Graft Chamber, GDS010

Description:...mineralized bone matrix and conductive cancellous chips. DBM and cancellous chips will be free of foreign matter. Demineralized bone matrix particle size is ...o 1000 . Cancellous chip particle size is 1 - 8 mm. 5:3 ratio of cancellous chips to DBM....
Company:LifeNet

ABL80 FLEX Blood Gas Analyzer

Features:... Ease of use: Customizable user interface Automated entry and logging of consumables enabled via smart chips Simple and fast replacement of consumables Fast and accurate data input with integrated barcode scanner ...
Company:Radiometer America Inc.

3M™ Steri-Drape™ Patient Isolation Drapes

Features:...apes helps reduce cleanup time and helps minimize the risk of body fluid exposure to healthcare personnel. Fluid screen in pouch helps contain bone chips and tissues for specimen collection, and catches sponges and instruments to help prevent contamination of instruments and floor. ...
Company:3M Worldwide

Rasp

Features:... Slightly curved Diamond chips cutting pattern ...
Company:Lorenz Surgical (A Biomet Company)
Chips in Biological News

High Performance, Low-Cost VoIP Chips Address Critical Performance Issues Such as Echo, Latency, and Packet Loss

Adaptive Digital Technologies announces the availability of its complete suite of application-specific VoIP chips for Texas Instruments TMS320C64x+(TM) high performance DSPs PLYMOUTH MEETING, Pa., Feb. 2 /PRNewswire/ -- Adaptive Digital Technologies (Adaptive Digital), a leading provider of t...

When the chips are down -- soak them!

Good news for chips lovers everywhere new research in SCIs Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture shows that pre-soaking potatoes in water before frying can reduce levels of acrylamide. Acrylamide is a naturally occurring chemical that occurs when starch rich foods are cooked at high t...

Gene chips used to distinguish ventilator-associated pneumonia from underlying critical illness

St. Louis, Feb. 13, 2008 Critically ill patients who need a ventilator to breathe face a high risk of pneumonia. The lung infection, however, is exceedingly difficult to diagnose because a patient's underlying condition often skews laboratory test results and masks pneumonia's symptoms a realit...

Alternative to burning: environmentally sound disposal for wood chips

LAS CRUCES, NM Pecan and other hickory woods are the third most popular hardwood group in the United States, behind only black walnut and black cherry. Used in production of beautiful hardwood flooring and furniture, pecan is highly valued for its durability and strength. The pruned wood of pec...

Gene chips forecast ecological impacts of climate change

Gretchen Hofmann, an associate professor of biology at the University of California, Santa Barbara, will present a talk about the use of technologies in molecular biology to assess climate-change related impacts on marine invertebrates at the annual meeting of the American Association for the Advan...

Emory Eye Center Implants Its First Retinal Chips In Patients With Retinitis Pigmentosa

An expanded clinical trial conducted by Optobionics Corporation involving the implantation of a retina mircrochip has allowed Emory Eye Center and the Atlanta Veterans Affairs Rehabilitation Research & Development Center to implant the device in several patients. The patients all have retinitis...

Climate change poker: The barriers which are preventing a global agreement

...he paper 'Tripping Points: Barriers and Bargaining chips on the Road to Copenhagen' lays bare the main tripping points political barriers and bargaining chips which need to be overcome for countries to reach ...st hours of the conference when all the bargaining chips will be on the table and parties cannot wait any l...

University of Leicester researchers discover new fluorescent silicon nanoparticles

...es. The method is extremely versatile and produces the fluorescent suspensions in one go. The findings may revolutionise the performance of electronic chips while satisfying the increasing demand for higher integration densities." The nanoparticles contain just a few hundred silicon atoms and their flu...

Proteins in gel

... substances, e.g. for diagnosing allergens in the blood. These biochips are already in widespread use for DNA testing. When it comes to proteins, such chips are difficult to produce. This is because the proteins have a defined three-dimensional structure by which they can interact specifically with other m...

Gene activity reveals dynamic stroma microenvironment in prostate cancer

... Medicine in a report that appears in the current issue of the journal Clinical Cancer Research . In this study, using special techniques and gene chips that allowed them to sample the entire genome, the researchers found changes in 1,141 genes. They were either upregulated meaning that there was more...

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Chips in Biological Technology

Self-assembled nanowires could make chips smaller and faster

CHAMPAIGN, Ill. Researchers at the University of Illinois have found a new way to make transistors smaller and faster. The technique uses self-assembled, self-aligned, and defect-free nanowire channels made of gallium arsenide. In a paper to appear in the IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Elect...

Denser, more powerful computer chips possible with plasmonic lenses that 'fly'

Berkeley -- Engineers at the University of California, Berkeley, are reporting a new way of creating computer chips that could revitalize optical lithography, a patterning technique that dominates modern integrated circuits manufacturing. By combining metal lenses that focus light through the e...

Growing tiny carbon nanotube wires to connect computer chips of the future

Computers and electronic devices of the future will utilise technologies not currently available. An example of such a technology is the use of carbon nanotubes as interconnects for computer chips. This is now a step closer to reality with some new work from nanotechnology researchers within the M...

Nanotube forests grown on silicon chips for future computers, electronics

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. - Engineers have shown how to grow forests of tiny cylinders called carbon nanotubes onto the surfaces of computer chips to enhance the flow of heat at a critical point where the chips connect to cooling devices called heat sinks. The carpetlike growth of nanotubes has been...

Researchers find better way to manufacture fast computer chips

COLUMBUS, Ohio -- Engineers at Ohio State University are developing a technique for mass producing computer chips made from the same material found in pencils. Experts believe that graphene -- the sheet-like form of carbon found in graphite pencils -- holds the key to smaller, faster electronic...

MIT: New material could lead to faster chips

CAMBRIDGE, Mass.--New research findings at MIT could lead to microchips that operate at much higher speeds than is possible with today's standard silicon chips, leading to cell phones and other communications systems that can transmit data much faster. The key to the superfast chips is the use ...

Slimmer, stickier nanorods give boost to 3-D computer chips

Troy, N.Y. Researchers at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute have developed a new technique for growing slimmer copper nanorods, a key step for advancing integrated 3-D chip technology. These thinner copper nanorods fuse together, or anneal, at about 300 degrees Celsius. This relatively low anne...

Easy assembly of electronic biological chips

A handheld, ultra-portable device that can recognize and immediately report on a wide variety of environmental or medical compounds may eventually be possible, using a method that incorporates a mixture of biologically tagged nanowires onto integrated circuit chips, according to Penn State researc...

Carbon nanoribbons could make smaller, speedier computer chips

Stanford chemists have developed a new way to make transistors out of carbon nanoribbons. The devices could someday be integrated into high-performance computer chips to increase their speed and generate less heat, which can damage today's silicon-based chips when transistors are packed together t...

Passports to contain RFID chips next year

International travelers will find a new accessory among their standard travel gear starting in late 2006: an RFID-equipped passport. The new passports, mandated by State Department regulations, will feature a 64 KB chip containing a duplicate of the information featured on the passport's physica...
Chips in Biological Products

Experion Pro260 Analysis Kit for 10 Chips from Bio-Rad

Description: The Experion Pro260 analysis kit for 10 chips provides the chips and reagents required to perform protein analysis with the Experion automated electrophoresis system. This kit includes 10 Pro260 microfluidic chips, 3 x 520 microliters Pro260 gel, 45 microliters Pro260 stain, 60 microliters Pro260 l...
Company:Bio-Rad

Experion Pro260 Reagents and Supplies, for 10 chips from Bio-Rad

Description: Experion Pro260 reagents and supplies, for 10 chips, provides the reagents and supplies sufficient to perform protein analysis with 10 chips on the Experion automated electrophoresis system. Supplied are 3 x 520 microliters Pro260 gel, 45 microliters Pro260 stain, 60 microliters Pro260 ladder (10-2...
Company:Bio-Rad

Experion RNA StdSens Reagents and Supplies, for 10 chips from Bio-Rad

Description: Experion StdSens reagents and supplies, for 10 chips, provides the reagents and supplies sufficient to perform standard-sensitivity RNA analysis (nanogram levels) with 10 chips on the Experion automated electrophoresis system. Supplied are 1,250 microliters RNA gel, 20 microliters RNA StdSens stain...
Company:Bio-Rad

Experion RNA HighSens Reagents and Supplies, for 10 chips from Bio-Rad

Description: Experion HighSens reagents and supplies, for 10 chips, provides the reagents and supplies sufficient to perform high-sensitivity RNA analysis (picogram levels) with 10 chips on the Experion automated electrophoresis system. Supplied are 1,250 microliters RNA gel, 20 microliters RNA HighSens stain, ...
Company:Bio-Rad

Experion RNA HighSens Analysis Kit for 25 Chips from Bio-Rad

Description: The Experion HighSens analysis kit for 25 chips provides the chips and reagents required to perform high-sensitivity RNA analysis (at picogram levels) with the Experion automated electrophoresis system. This kit includes 25 RNA HighSens microfluidic chips, 2 x 1,250 microliters RNA gel, 2 x 20 micr...
Company:Bio-Rad

Experion RNA StdSens Analysis Kit for 25 Chips from Bio-Rad

Description: The Experion StdSens analysis kit for 25 chips provides the chips and reagents required to perform standard-sensitivity RNA analysis (at nanogram levels) with the Experion automated electrophoresis system. This kit includes 25 RNA StdSens microfluidic chips, 2 x 1,250 microliters RNA gel, 2 x 20 mi...
Company:Bio-Rad

Experion Pro260 Chips, 10 from Bio-Rad

Description:... Experion Pro260 chips are the microfluidic chips used to perform protein analysis with the Experion automated electrophoresi...
Company:Bio-Rad

Experion RNA StdSens Chips, 10 from Bio-Rad

Description:... Experion StdSens chips are the microfluidic chips used to perform standard-sensitivity RNA analysis (nanogram levels) with th...
Company:Bio-Rad

Experion RNA HighSens Chips, 10 from Bio-Rad

Description:... Experion HighSens chips are the microfluidic chips used to perform high-sensitivity RNA analysis (picogram levels) with the Ex...
Company:Bio-Rad

PS20 and RS100 preactivated ProteinChip Arrays from Ciphergen

Description:.... The PS10 array contains the same binding chemistry as the former PS1 array, but with an updated hydrophobic barrier coating. These arrays are 8 spot chips with 2 mm diameter spots spatially compatible with one column of a standard 96-well microplate (9 mm well pitch). Typical applications include immunoa...
Company:Ciphergen

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