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ARVO announces inaugural class of Fellows

...n Dagnelie Donald J. D'Amico Reza Dana Arup Das Paulus T.V.M. deJon Lucian V. Del Priore Louis F. Dell'Osso James P. Dillon Richard D. Dix claes H. Dohlman Thaddeus P. Dryja Ann E. Elsner Jay M. Enoch J. Terry Ernest C. Ross Ethier Gerald A. Fishman Frederick W. Fitzke John Gerard Flann...

Photos: Los Angeles Non Profit Teams With US Troops Stationed in Baghdad and Buaytha in Bringing a 5-Year-Old Blind Iraqi Girl, Whose Father Stands Beside US Combat Team Against Al Qaeda, to the US for a Groundbreaking Artificial Corneal Transplant Surger

...t remains a difficult procedure in pediatric cases. After discussing surgical options and the donation of the expensive devise for Noor's surgery with claes H. Dohlman, M.D., Ph.D., of the Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary at Harvard Medical School, it was agreed only the most highly skilled surgeon shou...

Press Ganey Takes on New Investment Partner

...lion and has offices or affiliates operating in New York, Denver, Boston, Tokyo, Paris, Milan, and Munich. http://www.vestarcapital.com Michael claes Michael.Claes@bm.com 212-614-5236 American Securities Capital Partners, LLC American Securities Capital Partners (ASCP) is a New York based p...

Training Breathing Muscles Improves Swimmer's Performance

...ory muscle training could allow divers in the military, civilian rescue services, commercial enterprises and sport to perform better underwater," said claes E.G. Lundgren, M.D., Ph.D., professor of physiology and biophysics in the UB School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences and the study's senior author....

Smoking Increases Osteoporosis Risk

... that young smokers also have significant losses in bone density,’ said Mattias Lorentzon, lead author on the study. Lorentzon, working with Prof. claes Ohlsson and colleagues at the Center for Bone Research at the Sahlgrenska Academy, Gothenburg University, measured bone mineral density--a measure of ...
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Claes in Biological News

Computer superpower strengthens attempts to combat common diseases

...odern sequencing technology. The researchers, Kerstin Lindblad-Toh, Ulf Gyllensten, Ann-Christine Syvnen, Leif Andersson, Siv Andersson, Rolf Ohlsson, claes Wadelius, Erik Bongcam-Rudloff, Helgi B. Schith, Hans Ronne, and Joakim Lundeberg, all work with different biological problem complexes and submitted ...

Managing nuclear wastes for the millennia

...or of spent fuel and decommissioning for the Exelon Generation Company; Atsuyuki Suzuki, chairman of the Nuclear Safety Commission of Japan; claes Thegerstrm, president of the Swedish nuclear waste management company Svensk Krnbrnslehantering AB, SKB; and Tom Cochran, nuclear program directo...

Artificial cornea offers better results for infants, some blind patients

...rocedures with artificial implants for several years because of the poor results and high rates of complication. Meanwhile, Aquavella's former mentor, claes Dohlman, M.D., of the Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary, was evaluating new types of designs, eventually devoting decades to the project. When Dohlm...

Mammalian Transcriptome Mapped

...ng gives scientists major insights into how our genome works. "This is arguably the next major step after the human genome project," says Professor claes Wahlestedt, M.D., Ph.D., who is the director of Pharmacogenomics at Scripps Florida. Wahlestedt is also a professor at the Karolinska Institute in Swe...

Artifical cornea lets woman blind 20 years see

... said. Because of the intensiveness of the lifetime commitment to follow up, the procedure is rarely performed in children. Many researchers credit claes Dohlman, M.D., chairman emeritus of ophthalmology at Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary and Harvard Medical School as a "father" of modern cornea sci...
Claes in Biological Technology

Santaris Pharma - Interim Report for the Period 1 January to 30 June 2009

...on: Proc Natl Acad Sci USA In the January 2009 issue of the journal Proc Natl Acad Sci USA Santaris Pharma and its collaboration partner claes Wahlestedt published data on LNA-based inhibition of microRNA-219 associated with schizophrenia. Clin Cancer Research In January 2009 Sa...

DNA2.0 Awarded US Patents for Breakthrough Gene Optimization Technology -- Company's Unique Algorithm Enables Expression Yields up to 50 Times Greater than Competing Approaches

...g gene design technology is far more effective than traditional codon optimization techniques that simply use codon biases of native genes," said claes Gustafsson, VP of Sales and Marketing and co-inventor on the patents. "DNA2.0 is currently working with partners to apply our patented technology...

DNA2.0 Introduces Freedom of Expression With a New Family of Bacterial Expression Vect:ors

...xpress protein more efficiently than traditional pET vectors and without IP constraints associated with other bacterial expression vectors," said claes Gustafsson, Vice President of Sales and Marketing for DNA2.0. "In keeping with our mission to facilitate cutting-edge research we are pleased to ...

DNA2.0 Launches New Website: Enhanced Design and Free Bioinformatics Tools Demonstrate DNA2.0's Customer Focus

... "The customer focus of our new site mirrors our commitment to innovation and efficiency in providing high-quality gene synthesis," said Dr. claes Gustafsson, vice president of sales and marketing for DNA2.0. "DNA2.0 is dedicated to being a resource and research partner for the scientific co...
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