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Admins Support 65% More Pharma Operations Execs than Rule-of-Thumb Dictates

CHAPEL HILL, N.C., March 20 /PRNewswire/ -- The administrative organization model of choice for most companies is decentralized with administrative assistants reporting to team or functional leaders rather than to a central administrative group. Also, three-quarters of the companies surveyed i...

Blind Faith Dictates Use Of Herbal Supplements In Many

America research reveals that two thirds of those who take herbal supplements, do not check scientific guidelines before doing so. In other words , those using herbal medicines to ease specific ailments do so on the basis of blind faith and do not care to check the credentials of purported claims o...

How Blood Flow Dictates Gene Expression

Researchers at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine have pinpointed a key regulatory protein that translates blood flow into gene expression. The// investigators showed that in a model of mouse embryonic development a transcription factor called Klf2, which resides in cells that line b...

Racial Identity Dictates What We See Or Rather Whom We See

A new study has now revealed that an individual’s race plays a crucial role in determining whom they see. The researches invited individuals of a biracial background (one Black and one white parent) // to think about their parent’s ethnicity, Black or White. Had they though about their Black parent...

New survey report: Primary care emphasis included in workplace wellness programs

...s are becoming more sophisticated about measuring the return on investment from wellness and disease management programs, and today's economic outlook dictates that these programs bring a positive ROI," said Sean Sullivan, president and CEO of the Institute for Health and Productivity Management. "N...

Employers See Well-Designed Worksite Health and Wellness Programs as Strong Value in Down Economy

...s are becoming more sophisticated about measuring the return on investment from wellness and disease management programs, and today's economic outlook dictates that these programs bring a positive ROI," said Sean Sullivan, president and CEO of the Institute for Health and Productivity Management. "No other ki...

Mandate for Health Insurance: Inconvenient Truths About How It Will Affect You and Your Family

...ys Sue Blevins, president of the Institute for Health Freedom in Washington, D.C. "Once government says you must buy an 'acceptable' plan, it dictates what that means, including what the benefits will cover or not cover, and who will or will not be a legal health care provider. It also leads to ident...

HealthMEDX Announces Vision Solution

...our industry," stated Charlie Daniels, President of HealthMEDX. "We know when it comes to the adoption of a solution in healthcare, the one area that dictates the success of any solution is in the area of Electronic Health Records. With the Vision solution, the transition to electronic records is simple. U...

Sabinsa Corporation Validates Safety of Garcinia Cambogia Extract in Light of Hydroxycut Warning

...e Health Sciences USA Inc. of Blasdell, NY. Although branded ingredients from Sabinsa Corporation do not occur in Hydroxycut, our scientific integrity dictates that we dispel any reservations on the safety of a healthful, natural, food ingredient, hydroxycitric acid, which forms a part of the active ingredien...

Saebo United Kingdom Posts Record 2008; Sees Continued Growth in UK for 2009

... National Health Service hospitals' usage by stroke rehab patients dictates increase in staff and Saebo-trained therapists CHARLOTTE, N.C., April 16 /PRNewswire/ -- Saebo, Inc. announced in its first quarter that its subs...
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How blood flow dictates gene expression

Researchers at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine have pinpointed a key regulatory protein that translates blood flow into gene expression. The investigators showed that in a model of mouse embryonic development a transcription factor called Klf2, which resides in cells that line blo...

Internal body clock dictates timing of different types of stroke

The internal body clock, or circadian rhythm, seems to influence the timing of different types of stroke, suggests research published ahead of print in the Journal of Neurology Neurosurgery and Psychiatry. The research team analysed data from almost 13,000 patients who had had one of three types...

Scientists report first remote, underwater detection of harmful algae, toxins

... laboratory in Charleston, S.C. "It allows us to determine not only the organism causing a bloom, but also the toxicity of the event, which ultimately dictates whether it is a threat to the public and the ecosystem." For the first demonstration of the ESP's ability to detect HABs and their toxins, Doucette...

Hormone clue to root growth

...ost layer of the root cortex of a plant), was sufficient to stop the meristem enlarging. In effect, the rate of expansion of dividing endodermal cells dictates the equivalent rate in other tissues. This research was headed by Dr Susana Ubeda-Toms and Professor Malcolm Bennett of the Centre for Plant Integr...

Saved by junk DNA

...ghboring genes. The repeats determine how tightly the local DNA is wrapped around specific proteins called 'nucleosomes', and this packaging structure dictates to what extent genes can be activated. Interestingly, tandem repeats are very unstable - the number of repeats changes frequently when the DNA is cop...

Healing wounds with lasers, vehicles that drive themselves, other cutting-edge optics

...led actin. The actin rods are constantly growing and shrinking inside of cells. The direction in which they grow changes the cell's membrane shape and dictates where the cell moves. Dogariu and colleagues use the polarization of optical waves to create a field around the cells in which the growing actin ro...

Two new studies on circadian rhythms

...nt subunits of the same enzyme, CK2. They developed new ways to manipulate the genome and showed, by controlling expression, that the level of CK2 dictates the form of compensation through the phosphorylation of the clock protein FRQ. The property is unique to CK2 and shared with none of the other simila...

New therapeutic strategy could target toxic protein in most patients with Huntington's disease

...th four letters, A, C, T, and G, which stand for the four nucleotides, adenosine, cytidine, thymidine, and guanosine. The pattern of these nucleotides dictates which protein is encoded by a given gene. DNA in the nucleus is transcribed as messenger RNA, which leaves the nucleus and begins making proteins base...

Lost in translation

...t building block by being super-selective about which chemical ingredients it allows to enter the process. Because a protein's chemical "shape" dictates its function, mistakes in translating assembly codes can be toxic to cells, resulting in the misfolding of proteins often associated with neurodegener...

How do bacteria swim? Brown physicists explain

...CE, R.I. [Brown University] Imagine yourself swimming in a pool: It's the movement of your arms and legs, not the viscosity of the water, that mostly dictates the speed and direction that you swim. For tiny organisms, the situation is different. Microbes' speed and direction are subjected more to the phys...
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For nano, religion in US dictates a wary view

MADISON When it comes to the world of the very, very small nanotechnology Americans have a big problem: Nano and its capacity to alter the fundamentals of nature, it seems, are failing the moral litmus test of religion. In a report published today (Dec. 7) in the journal Nature Nanotechnolo...

Stem cells stand up for themselves

...stem cells are cosseted like newborns. Neighboring cells cradle them in a structure called the niche. The niche not only nurtures its charges, it also dictates their behavior, determining whether they reproduce and specialize. The standard view is that the niche shapes stem cells, not vice versa. O'Reilly e...

Nanoscience will change the way we think about the world

...tists. One observation is that such particles act as water drop growth centers, which is critical to cloud formation. The size and density of droplets dictates solar radiation scattering ability and cloud longevity, which influence average global temperatures. The authors conclude that The biogeochemical a...

MoneyTree Survey reports no venture investment activity in Wisconin in Q2

...into the Frazier Technology Venture fund and we made another $10 million available to them outside the fund, Jaehnig said. This side-by-side investing dictates the $10 million has to be in a Wisconsin company. If an investment were to use the whole $10 million, SWIB's money would be pooled with matching funds...

Patent rule changes are in the wind

...tices/71fr61.pdf . The proposed rule is directed to providing a more focused examination and speeding up the process. In its present form, the rule dictates that: Only independent and designated dependent claims will be initially examined. If you are filing more than 10 independent claims, you m...

Can Dane Co. and Wisconsin learn from Denver?

...id sounded too good to be true. Imagine a nine-county region with 3.3 million people where municipalities adhere to a code of ethics that sometimes dictates steering interested companies toward neighboring cities. Call it a rising tide that lifts all boats, or call it metropolitan Cumbaya, but political...

When raising capital, why use a Private Placement Memorandum?

... many securities law regulations are intended to protect those considered less sophisticated or less able to bear the risk of certain investments, law dictates the minimum contents of the PPM. If the private offering has at least one investor who is not accredited, it is likely that the issuer will have to ma...

siRNA Design: It's All in the Algorithm

...SC in a cell uses only one strand of an siRNA as a guide for RNAi [4], thus the strand that is bound by RISC dictates what mRNA sequences are targeted for degradation. Schwarz et al. noted that the strand of the siRNA whose 5'...

High-content screening of GPCR activation with MetaXpress, AcuityXpress and the Transfluor assay system

... Barak, L.S., Caron, M.G. Association of beta-arrestin with G-protein-coupled receptors during clathrin-mediated endocytosis dictates the profile of receptor resensitization. J Biol Chem 1999;274:3224832257. 3. Zhang, J.H., Chung,...
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Allostery

...change in one induces a similar change in the others. Thus all enzyme subunits need not exist in the same conformation. Moreover, the sequential model dictates that molecules of substrate bind via an induced fit protocol. Namely, when a subunit randomly collides with a molecule of substrate, the active site ...

Allostery

...change in one induces a similar change in the others. Thus all enzyme subunits need not exist in the same conformation. Moreover, the sequential model dictates that molecules of substrate bind via an induced fit protocol. Namely, when a subunit randomly collides with a molecule of substrate, the active site ...

DNA

...he "bases" can only combine with one other base, the base on the old strand dictates which base will be on the new strand. This way, each split half of the stra...ther -- A to T and C to G -- so that the identity of the base on one strand dictates the strength of the association; the more complementary bases exist, the st...

Genetic drift

... a row producing 70% heads is only about one in 25,000. Similarly, in a breeding population, if an allele has a frequency of p , probability theory dictates that (if natural selection is not acting) in the following generation, a fraction p of the population will inherit that particular allele. However, ...

Neurotransmitter

...n that have specific local actions in addition to their long-range signalling properties. It is important to appreciate that it is the receptor that dictates the neurotransmitter's effect. Mechanism of action Within the cells , small-molecule neurotransmitter molecules are packaged in vesicles . ...
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Gravitropism

...to encourage and publish research in plant biology, and to promote the interests and growth of plant ... growth process, called gravitropism , dictates upward ... negative gravitropism (Kuznetsov and Hasenstein, 1997) ... although several gravitropism genes have ... At each orientation, growth ...
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