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PTX in Medical News

JCI table of contents: Nov. 8, 2007

...oxin known as PTX, which inhibits signaling by proteins that transmit signals from GPCRs (Gi and Go G proteins), in any tissue. However, expression of ptx only occurs in the presence of another protein known as Cre. The role of GPCRs in beta-cells in the pancreas was determined by mating ROSA26PTX mice w...
PTX in Biological News

Novel veterinary procedure detecting life-threatening injuries touted

...ity rates ranging from 10 18 percent. In people, ptx is reported to be the most preventable cause of de...nvasive, point-of-care imaging technique to detect ptx and other thoracic injuries in veterinary trauma p...Assessment with Sonography for Trauma) to diagnose ptx and other related injury in dogs. TFAST proved to ...
PTX in Biological Technology

Angiotech Pharmaceuticals, Inc. announces financial results for the second quarter ended June 30, 2009

...nt of patients who were treated with Cook's ZILVER ptx paclitaxel-eluting peripheral stent were free from reintervention at two-year follow up. The ZILVER ptx Registry study, involving 792 patients globally, is assessing the safety and efficacy of the ZILVER ptx in treating peripheral artery disease. The most re...

Angiotech to Establish Separate Operating and Royalty Businesses

...tential royalty and other income from certain other uses of paclitaxel licensed to BSC and Cook (including uses relating to Cook's ZILVER(R) ptx paclitaxel-eluting peripheral vascular stent); (iii) potential royalty and other income from certain other uses of paclitaxel licensed to Br...

Angiotech's corporate partner, Cook Medical, announces positive interim results for its Zilver(R) PTX(TM) clinical study

...al study measuring the effectiveness of its Zilver ptx drug-eluting peripheral stent in treating peripher...tive results throughout the duration of the Zilver ptx trial and we are excited about the potential benefits the Zilver ptx stent may provide patients suffering from PAD." ...

Angiotech announces commercial launch of Cook Medical's Zilver(R) PTX(TM) drug-eluting peripheral stent in New Zealand

...d patient was treated in February 2008. The Zilver ptx is the world's first drug-eluting stent for periph...ther vascular indications. We hope that the Zilver ptx may provide a more long term treatment option for ...nter, President and CEO of Angiotech. The Zilver ptx is currently undergoing multiple clinical trials i...
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