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Litepanels to Receive First-Ever Emmy Statue for Lighting Equipment Technology

...es the Whitehouse and Pentagon Briefing Rooms, the International Space Station, CNN's Election Bus, news helicopters, and numerous TV news studios and eng crews. For additional information on Litepanels, a Vitec Group Company, please visit: http://www.litepanels.com . Copyright© 2009 Litep...

Genetic disease treatments and pharmacogenetics: From scientific discovery to medical delivery

...icting how a cancer might spread, as well as forecasting patient outcomes," eng stated. "Importantly, fewer molecular targets for treatment or prevention a...ment of Genetics at Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine. Dr. eng currently serves on the ASHG's Board of Directors. She also serves as Chair...

Beyond PTEN: Alternate genes linked to breast, thyroid and kidney cancer predisposition

... to a group of rare tumors called paragangliomas and pheochromocytomas. Dr. eng noticed, however, that 1-5% of individuals with these rare tumors also had ...genes, other than PTEN, for CS/CS-like syndromes," explains Dr. Eng. Dr. eng and colleagues screened samples from CS/CS-like individuals that did not po...

Identical Genes From Parents May Raise Cancer Risk

... to heredity, the researchers said. Previously, eng had noticed that a high level of germline cells (t... she decided it couldn't be a coincidence. So, eng and her colleagues decided to look at 400 genetic ...uencies of homozygosity compared to the controls," eng said. The association was then validated in pa...

Veridigm (VRGD) Updates Shareholders

... Veridigm or any of its subsidiaries. The Majority also unanimously voted and passed a Resolution confirming and ratifying the departures of Jeffery eng and Kim Lem from any further executive involvement with the Company. The Company hereby invalidates and nullifies a Marketwire press release VRGD- 2...

Top10 research advances include studies on genetics and stem cell research, stents

...eviously blocked arteries, without a significantly increased rate of death or heart attack. Source: New England Journal of Medicine, Oct. 7, 2007; N eng J Med 2007; 14;357:1393-1402; www.nejm.org . Funding: The Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care to the Program for Assessment of Technology...

Area Around Breast Tumor May Predict Cancer's Spread

... biomarker, p53 in the stroma," she added. In addition, the findings may one day eliminate the need to remove and dissect the lymph nodes which, as eng points out, is a "nuisance" to patients. Even further down the line, the stroma might provide a new target for drug therapies. "It's a significa...

Thailand Claims World’s First Successful Heart Separation in Siamese Twin

...merly called Siam, can boast of the world's 'original' Siamese twins, named eng and Chang. The conjoined brothers, born in 1811 in Samut Songkram pro...ntually married American brides and changed their names to Chang Bunker and eng Bunker. Never separated, they died in 1874. Source-IANS/M...

Probable Biomarkers for Squamous Cell Carcinoma

... the development of skin cancers related to smoking//. These cancers; squamous cell carcinomas(SCC), are seen in the head and neck area. Charis eng of the Genomic Medicine Institute at the Cleveland Clinic Foundation and colleagues hope their research published in JAMA will help identify gene biom...

Vaccine Against Cervical Cancer In Singapore

..., Cervarix, from competitor GlaxoSmithKline, is awaiting approval in the city-state. The vaccine represents a major health breakthrough, said Tay eng Hseon, a doctor at the KK Women's and Children's Hospital, which was part of the multi-centre trials. "It is approved to prevent not only cervica...

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ENG in Biological Dictionary

Trophoblast

...hoblast . You don't need to be Editor-In-Chief to add or edit content to WikiDoc. ... Review articles on Trophoblast . Articles on Trophoblast in N eng J Med, ... A laymen's explanation of the cancer theory that matches more of the observed characteristics of cancer that any other theory. ...

Thoracic cavity

...ty . You don't need to be Editor-In-Chief to add or edit content to WikiDoc. ... articles on Thoracic cavity . Articles on Thoracic cavity in N eng ... The size of the thoracic cavity is constantly varying during life with the ... downward and backward, so that the thoracic cavity is mu...

Rod cells

... Online Pathfinder Encyclopaedia ... Rod cells possess a non-motile cilium that contains the light-sensitive pigment ... Rod cell in N eng J Med, Lancet, JAMA, BMJ from Pubmed ... NeLH on Rod cell . NHS Evidence on Rod cell ... Medpedia on Rod cell (Less technical, good quality...

Library

... Research affiliations: Association of Research Libraries , Center for Research Libraries . ... NSF-Funded Digital Library for Ethics in Sci & eng ... Featuring a wide collection of resources available online as well as a directory of public, academic, and special libraries worldwide. Fea...

Hypothalamus

...lamus . You don't need to be Editor-In-Chief to add or edit content to WikiDoc. ... Review articles on Hypothalamus . Articles on Hypothalamus in N eng J ... Indeed, the hypothalamus is highly involved in all aspects of emotional, ... In general, sensory stimuli reach the hypothalamus from a v...

Granulocyte

...ulocyte . You don't need to be Editor-In-Chief to add or edit content to WikiDoc. ... Review articles on Granulocyte . Articles on Granulocyte in N eng J Med, ... Granulocyte therapy is difficult as neutrophils represent only a very small ... Granulocyte Transfusion. Transfusion of Plasma and...

Exocrine glands

...land . You don't need to be Editor-In-Chief to add or edit content to WikiDoc. ... articles on Exocrine gland . Articles on Exocrine gland in N eng ... Exocrine glands are glands that secrete their products ( hormones) into ducts (duct glands ) ... Exocrine gland - Wikipedia, the fre...
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