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DBT And IAVI Forge Partnership To Develop Next Generation Vaccine Candidates

...d Dr. Philip Dawson of The Scripps Research Institute, California. IAVI and dbt may select additional principal investigators, contract researchers, or par...y and health care, agriculture, animal sciences, environment, and industry. dbt has more than 5000 research publications, 4000 post-doctoral students, seve...

Intensive Psychotherapy Provides Helping Hand in Borderline Personality Disorder.

... the impact of BPD. The weight of the evidence in the study importantly suggests that TFP and supportive psychotherapy are both viable alternatives to dbt for the treatment of BPD. We hope to explore the results of the study further to determine what factors predicted the best outcomes, said Lenz...

DBT And IAVI Forge Partnership To Develop “Next Generation” Vaccine Candidats

...d Dr. Philip Dawson of The Scripps Research Institute, California. IAVI and dbt may select additional principal investigators, contract researchers, or par...y and health care, agriculture, animal sciences, environment, and industry. dbt has more than 5000 research publications, 4000 post-doctoral students, seve...

Indian Scientist Sues International Genetic Centre for $5 Million

...minated his service on Sep 30, 2006, closed down the group that he had been leading and -- without his knowledge and much to his dismay -- returned to dbt the unutilised grant. Mohan has since been invited and appointed as professor of plant biotechnology at the University of Delhi. Set up 19 year...

India Finds New Use for an Old Bug

...mber of new TB cases in vaccinated group was less than half of that in the unvaccinated control group. This unexpected observation prompted the dbt and the Indian Council of Medical Research to take a fresh look at Mw and the vaccine's potential use against TB. If the ongoing clinical trial...

Development of AIDS vaccine -- Chiron Corp in talks with four Indian cos

...dustry-academia initiatives and will take a decision on the Indian partner soon,'' the Secretary of DBT, Dr Manju Sharma, told Business Line. The dbt expert group on vaccines is looking at the candidate vaccine against AIDS claimed and offered as technology transfer by Chiron Corp. The vaccine is sa...
DBT in Medical Technology

ProEthic Pharmaceuticals Presents Positive Data for PRO-513 at American Headache Society Meeting

...hnology (DBT), which enhances the absorption of its active ingredient, diclofenac potassium. By utilizing potassium bicarbonate as a localized buffer, dbt enables diclofenac to enter the bloodstream more quickly, resulting in a faster rate of drug absorption and increased peak plasma concentrations while...
DBT in Biological Technology

Northeastern University and Mass General Hospital Increase the Accuracy, While Reducing the Diagnosis Time, for Breast Cancer Detection

...assembled into a 3D view that can be rendered for more careful examination. dbt also reduces the amount of breast compression required by traditional mammo...ime from many months to days. General Electric is developing a commercial dbt device that should be generally available in 2009. The Northeastern team ha...
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