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New Device 'Fingers' Heart Risk

...r is Mayo cardiologist Dr. Amir Lerman, who serves on an advisory board to Itamar Medical, which makes the EndoPAT device. Since the end of the study, lerman has received consulting fees from Itamar of less than the federal threshold for significant financial interest. The EndoPAT was approved by the U.S...

Mayo study shows simple finger device may help predict future heart events, such as heart attack

...obesity and a family history of heart disease, Dr. lerman says. "The results of the study may help identify ...cine model of risk assessment of the patients, Dr. lerman says. EndoPAT, which received U.S. Food and Dru...ead to or serve as a marker for future events, Dr. lerman says. ...

Mayo Study Shows Simple Finger Device May Help Predict Future Heart Events, Such as Heart Attack

...obesity and a family history of heart disease, Dr. lerman says. "The results of the study may help identify ...cine model of risk assessment of the patients, Dr. lerman says. EndoPAT, which received U.S. Food and D...ead to or serve as a marker for future events, Dr. lerman says. Collaboration and Support Other...

The Ruth Group Launches Healthcare Marketing Communications Unit

...eting communications team, TRG has appointed Scott lerman as Vice President. lerman has 15 years of healthcare communications experien...through in this challenging environment." Mr. lerman has a range of healthcare marketing experience. Am...

Smokers' Brain Centers Activate During Nicotine Cravings

...l implications. For example, perfusion MRI may aid in the identification of smokers at increased risk for relapse who require more intensive therapy," lerman said. The study is published in the Dec. 19 issue of The Journal of Neuroscience . More information The American Cancer Society offers a ...

False Sense Of Security

...the proportion of these chemicals have gone by unchanged in the low nicotine Quest ? cigarettes. The study was conducted by a research team led by lerman who examined the response of 200 smokers to the Quest ? cigarette low nicotine advertisements using a survey approach at a mall. The results revealed ...
Lerman in Biological News

Blood test predicts success of quitting smoking using the nicotine patch

...ults, we will be in a position to recommend this blood test to tailor the type and dose of nicotine replacement therapy for smokers who wish to quit," lerman said. ...
Lerman in Biological Technology

Cells Exhibition Opens at Maryland Science Center

...National Center for Microscopy and Imaging Research at the University of California San Diego. The Maryland Science Center also partnered with the Liz lerman Dance Exchange, who interpreted cell behavior through videotaped sequences where dancers interpret the words of scientists and engage visitors in movi...

Temporal Temperature Gradient Electrophoresis: A Powerful Technique to Screen Mutations

...elting profiles of a DNA sequence. The software is based on the melting algorithm from the original Melt87 software developed by lerman and Silverstein. 11 The temperature range for the gradient can be calculated from the melting profile graph by first determinin...

Detection of Variation in Highly Polymorphic Mhc Genes by Denaturing Gradient Gel Electrophoresis Using the DCode System

...lectrophoresis (DGGE) detects sequence variants of amplified fragments by the differences in their melting behavior (Fischer and lerman 1983). By adding a GC-clamp to one of the primers, nearly all single base substitutions can be detected (Sheffield et al. 1989)....

DGGE Analysis Using the DCode System, Rev B

... denaturant gradient formed with urea and formamide (Fischer and lerman 1983). A 100% denaturant solution consists of 7 M urea and 40% f...rculating pump. Reference Fischer SG and lerman LS, DNA fragments differing by single base-pair substitutions ar...

A Multiple Mutation Model System as a Test Development and Training Tool for Denaturing Gradient Gel Electrophoresis

.... The prediction of melting domains within a DNA fragment of known sequence has been reduced to a computer algorithm by lerman and co-workers (Lerman, 1987). The melting profiles determined for the current work were performed using an adaptation of Lermans ...
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