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Medifast, Inc. to Announce Fourth Quarter and Fiscal Year-End Results on Wednesday, March 12, 2008

...st was founded in 1980 and is located in Owings Mills, Maryland. For more information, log onto http://www.ChooseMedifast.com . Contacts: Brad porterfield Lytham Partners, LLC Medifast, Inc. Joe Diaz, Joe Dorame, Robert Blum 410-504-8166 (602) 889-9700 ...
Porterfield in Medical Products

Webster Porterfield Deflectable Catheter

Description: The PORTERFIELD catheter incorporates six electrodes which are spaced to permit pacing and recording from a single catheter. Positioned in the Right Atrium, the catheter paces the atrium while recording atrial electrograms. The catheter may then be repositioned to the right ventricular apex for atr...
Company:Biosense Webster, a Johnson & Johnson Company
Porterfield in Biological News

New method monitors critical bacteria in wastewater treatment

...rnal Biotechnology and Bioengineering. McLamore, porterfield and M. Katherine Banks, head of the School of Civi...um and calcium, which is an early warning signal," porterfield said. "The bacteria in wastewater treatment facili... the literature that copper was even at the site," porterfield said. "So, by doing an experiment where we can tur...

Nano-tetherball biosensor precisely detects glucose

...continuously monitor blood glucose for diabetics," porterfield said. "And it might have many other applications, ...e significantly different glucose concentrations," porterfield said. Being able to sense small quantities whil...ct over narrow ranges of specific concentrations," porterfield said. "Because of the advanced characteristics, th...

Using live fish, new tool a sentinel for environmental contamination

... this activity and produce results within minutes, porterfield said. "Say you are exposed to the common cold ...gs, he said. Using a self-referencing technique porterfield developed over the last decade, he and the team me...trol, he said, providing more reliable results. porterfield said the technology could be used on other organis...

New biochip helps study living cells, may speed drug development

...outside one cell and cannot record simultaneously, porterfield said. The chip also directly records ion concentra... used to screen and identify different crop lines, porterfield said. "For example, let's say you were intere...dition to the potential savings in time and money, porterfield said the chip has allowed him to do research that ...
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