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Unlocking the key to human fertility

...nd Bradford have discovered a unique 'DNA signature' in human sperm, which may act as a key that unlocks an egg's fertility and triggers new life. drs David Miller and David Iles from the University of Leeds, in collaboration with Dr Martin Brinkworth at the University of Bradford, have found that sp...

Critical link in cell death pathway revealed

...), that direct pathway is not sufficient to kill the cells; amplification of the apoptosis signalling pathway is required." Professor Strasser, with drs Philipp Jost and Thomas Kaufmann (a former post-doctoral researcher from the institute who is now running his own lab in Bern, Switzerland) as well as...

Can a Contact Lens Cure Nearsightedness? Five-Year Clinical Study Testing Corneal Reshaping Therapy as Possible Method to Arrest Myopia

...the progression of near sightedness in children. Co principal investigators drs S. Barry Eiden and Robert Davis, working with EyeVis Eye and Vision Researc...progression of near sightedness in children. Co principal investigators drs S. Barry Eiden and Robert Davis, working with EyeVis Eye and Vision Researc...

Ophthalmologists Invited To Participate in Betadine for EKC Treatment Study

...of Atlantic Eye Physicians, an ophthalmology-led comprehensive eye care practice with offices at Long Branch, Little Silver, and Holmdel New Jersey. drs Michael Su and Lisa Ortenzio at Atlantic Eye Physicians are collaborating with Dr. Goldberg on the Betadine for EKC Study. ...

Penny Imaging Exchange, Inc. Acquires New Technology to Capture Medical Records from Microfiche

...rsion of microfiche records to digital form - the drs Digitizer . With the Obama administration pushing ...provide high resolution images from X-Rays The drs Digitizer is the new technology offering microfic... months of hands on tactical training, on the new drs Digitizer . Unlike current scanners which sca...

SaltCheck Develops First Simplified Test for Monitoring Salt Intake in People With Hypertension

...n presence in London, United Kingdom. Website: www.alliedminds.com Disclosure Weill Cornell Medical College requires their faculty members drs Mann and Gerber to disclose that they and Weill Cornell Medical College have a potential financial interest in the outcome of this study. ...

YMCA of Greater Pittsburgh Receives $500,000 from McAuley Ministries for New Hill YMCA Roof

...tely covered with vegetation and soil, or a growing medium, planted over a waterproofing membrane. Work on the new $9 million YMCA, designed by drs Architects of Pittsburgh, is expected to begin the third quarter of 2009. The new YMCA is named after community activist, Hill District resident and l...

Breast stem cell fate is regulated by 'notch'

... may contribute to breast cancer. The breast cancer team at WEHI, led by drs Jane Visvader and Geoff Lindeman from the Victorian Breast Cancer Research ... 2006 discovery of the breast stem cell in mice. Research carried out by drs Toula Bouras and Bhupinder Pal has uncovered dual functions for Notch in br...

Two U.S. Researchers Win Prestigious International Science Award

.... The euro 1 million prize will be divided between drs Nathans and Yau, and may be utilized by each scien... unrestricted way to contribute to their research. drs Nathans and Yau are the first American recipients ...ding of vision. "Taken individually or together, drs Nathans and Yau's pioneering research represents b...

New research group offers hope to asbestosis sufferers

... community, with the aims of improving treatment and enhancing the quality of life of those affected. The initiating group comprises Brisbane-based drs Roger Allen, and Maurice Heiner. The Group will analyse the progression of the disease over time as the basis for further research into reduced lung f...
DRS in Medical Technology

Gastric Banding Reverses Impact of Type 2 Diabetes

...th patients who engaged in conventional weight loss therapies, such as a controlled calorie diet and exercise. The four-year study, which was led by drs John Dixon and Paul O'Brien from Monash University's Centre for Obesity Research and Education (CORE), monitored 60 volunteers for two years who under...

Major Discovery Raises Prospect of Better Patient Care By Improving Platelet Life Span

...discovery with potentially profound implications for the care of patients, especially those undergoing cancer chemotherapy. The research team led by drs Benjamin Kile and David Huang has discovered that platelet life span is controlled by two key molecules. The discovery raises the prospect of developi...
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Tissue-Tek DRS 2000

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Orthodontics

... professionals. Site contains FAQ about braces, how to choose an orthodontist, what to expect in braces and tips on preserving your new smile. drs Philip Desmarais and Michael Vermette, orthodontists, treat children, teens and adults in the Concord, New Hampshire area, offering modern orthodontic...

Ocd

...th whether something could be harmful, ... Obessive Compulsive Disorder at The Johns Hopkins Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences. ... drs Nestadt and Bienvenu co-direct the Hopkins OCD Clinic. ... More about Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder : Causes and symptoms Diagnosis Treatment A...
DRS in Biological News

Stem cell 'daughters' lead to breast cancer

...isvader said it had been thought in recent years that breast stem cells gave rise to BRCA1 tumours. "However, research carried out at the institute by drs Elgene Lim and Franois Vaillant has shown that breast tissue from women with BRCA1 mutations has unexpectedly high numbers of luminal progenitor cells...

New biomarker method could increase the number of diagnostic tests for cancer

...ofessor and Director of the Chemistry Core; Michael P. Cusack, Intern; Jason M. Held, PhD, Postdoctoral Fellow' and Birgit Schilling, Staff Scientist. drs Fisher and Gibson and Joe Gray (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory) are Co-PIs of the UCSF portion of the CPTAC. "These findings are significant...

Is it really only our kidneys that control blood pressure?

...f world-leading experts. In the first ever published dialogue on the topic, drs Montani & Vliet and drs Osborn, Averina & Fink share their opinions with us and criticise each-othe...

Largest prehistoric snake on record discovered in Colombia

...t weighed 1140 kg (2,500 pounds) and measured 13 metres (42.7 feet) nose to tail tip. A report describing the find appears in this week's Nature . drs Jason Head and David Polly carried out much of the quantitative work behind the discovery whilst working in the School of Biological and Chemical Scie...

Stroma genomic signature predicts resistance to anthracyclin-based chemotherapy in breast cancer

...ould allow the identification a signature which permits the prediction of the patients who would respond to the chemotherapy. To achieve this task, drs Farmer, Mauro Delorenzi, and Pratyaksha Wirapati from the Swiss Institute of Bioinformatics developed new computational methods to extract relevant ge...

6,000km trip to reveal clues to ancient migration

...6000km trip following the migration route of ancient Pacific cultures. drs Keith Dobney and Greger Larson, both from the Department of Archaeology, wi... ancient Polynesians carried with them into the remote Pacific. Work by drs Larson and Dobney - which probes the genetic make-up of domestic and commen...

Florida researchers receive JDRF 'Excellence in Clinical Research Award'

...ression while boosting the regeneration of insulin-producing cells. "We are honored to present JDRF's 2008 Excellence in Clinical Research Award to drs Schatz, Haller and Atkinson. Their willingness to challenge conventional wisdom and consequent ground-breaking work in translating novel scientific in...

Honor for UK-Japanese research

...gella. They have also recently engineered some of these flagella to use them as nanotubes to which chemical tags can be attached. The team includes drs Carey Lambert, Chien-Yi Chang, Richard Woods and Laura Hobley and is scientifically supported by technicians Rob Till, Mike Capeness and Marilyn Whitw...

20-year study shows significant rise in childhood obesity, especially among girls

...lower childhood obesity levels, young children, especially girls, have become much more overweight or obese in the last 20 years" say lead researchers drs Ulf Holmback and Anders Forslund from Uppsala University, Sweden. "The large increase of obesity in four-year-olds and the lack of major chang...

Cracking the egg

...o make the transition? How is it the same and how is it different across species? And what changes occur when the egg is fertilized? Scientists led by drs Barbara Knowles and Alexei Evsikov at The Jackson Laboratory have certainly been thinking about this topic for years. A new paper in the journal Genes...
DRS in Biological Technology

Milwaukee DRS unit benefiting from $43 in Navy contracts

MILWAUKEE - The DRS Technologies Power & Control Technologies unit in Milwaukee is among two DRS sites benefiting from $43 million in U.S. Navy contracts the company has won. The Navy contracts are to design and produce power conversion, distribution and control equipment for next-generation a...

MS Drug Development Agreement Based on WEHI's Medicinal Chemistry

...an NHMRC Industry Fellowship to Dr Andrew Harvey, who became an important driver of the program, along with Bionomics' medicinal chemistry colleagues, drs Flynn, Chaplin, Paul and Mould. For further information, contact Brad Allan, WEHI Communications Manager: tel +61 3 9345 2345; mobile 0403036...

Radiesse(R) Dermal Filler Featured Prominently in Journal of Dermatologic Surgery Special Issue on Fillers

...sse treatment for the correction of pronounced nasolabial folds or HIV-associated facial lipoatrophy. The treatments and the imaging were conducted by drs Alastair and Jean Carruthers in Vancouver, British Columbia and the results were evaluated by two blinded evaluators in a private radiology center in ...

Prometic to present at the American Chemical Society

...tic's Senior Research Scientist will present at the American Chemical Society's ("ACS") 235th National Meeting in New Orleans from April 6 - 10, 2008. drs Rohwer and Gurgel will be speaking during the symposium honoring Dr. Ruben Carbonell's nomination as Fellow of the Industrial and Engineering Chemistr...

Good Neighbor Pharmacy Joins with Diversified Racing Solutions to Enter NASCAR Nationwide Series in 2008

...ment, GNP will lend its community pharmacy brand as the flagship sponsor; the venture will be primarily funded by associate sponsor relationships; and drs will be responsible for the racing team. In addition, GNP will fund country-wide community outreach activities that compliment the racing schedule. ...

BioLife Solutions Expands Scientific Advisory Board

...vant product marketing messages to reinforce the benefits of our HypoThermosol(R) and CryoStor(TM) preservation media products in these key markets." drs Burger and Woods join current SAB members Shelly Heimfeld, Ph.D., Director of the Cellular Therapy Laboratory at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research C...

Firstlogic announces availability of mailroom technology

...irectory retrieval system (DRS) software solution. drs is designed for use on multi-line optical characte...idelines to gain postage discounts. Firstlogics drs 6.01.01.I meets the latest United States Postal Se... of Firstlogics addressing systems. Firstlogics drs solution is a key component to servicing our custo...

Rapid, Reproducible Real-Time Quantitative RT-PCR Using the iCycler iQ Real-Time PCR Detection System and iQ Supermix, Rev A

...sistency and reproducibility from experiment to experiment. Acknowledgements We are greatly indebted to drs Gregory J Riggins and Kathy Boon, Duke University Medical Center, Durham, NC, for their helpful expert advice. Supported in part...

YOUR DATA: Direct Real-time RT-PCR on Sympathetic Neuron Lysates Silencing of Focal Adhesion Kinases with Silencer Validated siRNAs

...ing RNA isolation altogether. The kit produces cDNA from cultured mammalian cells in less than 2 hours. Here drs Dziennis and Habecker use the Cells-to-cDNA II Kit to perform real-time RT-PCR on small numbers of primary s...

YOUR DATA: Direct Real-time RT-PCR on Sympathetic Neuron Lysates Silencing of Focal Adhesion Kinases with Silencer Validated siRNAs

...ing RNA isolation altogether. The kit produces cDNA from cultured mammalian cells in less than 2 hours. Here drs Dziennis and Habecker use the Cells-to-cDNA II Kit to perform real-time RT-PCR on small numbers of primary s...
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