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New stem cell technique improves genetic alteration

...onic stem cell research. UCI has applied to the California Institute for Regenerative Medicine for a facilities grant to build the structure. April pyle of UCLA and Jing Yi Chern of Johns Hopkins University also worked on the genetic modification study, which was funded by the National Institutes of He...

Nautica Malibu Triathlon Presented by Toyota Raises $718,000 for Childrens Hospital Los Angeles Pediatric Cancer Research

...Gosselaar, Amanda Beard (Olympic Swimmer), Eric Close (Without a Trace), Debra Gibson, Taylor Kitsch, Carl Lewis (Olympic Runner), Esai Morales, Missi pyle (Heroes), David Chokachi (Beyond the Beak), David James Elliot (Close to Home), Pamela Conley Ulich (Mayor of Malibu), Rocco Dispirito (Celebrity Chef...
Pyle in Biological News

LocatePLUS Announces Election of Independent Board

...tices as a consulting CFO and is well familiar with the functioning of audit committees, compensation committees, and executive committees. Professor pyle brings an academic perspective as well as years of actual management experience. He holds a PhD in Business and currently is CEO of a manufacturing c...

Yale scientists visualize the machinery of mRNA splicing

... This work, published in Science, highlights a 16-year quest by Anna Marie pyle , the William Edward Gilbert Professor of Molecular Biophysics & Biochemis...h ancient forms of bacteria. Looking to future applications of the work, pyle said, Group II introns hold promise in the future as agents of gene therapy...

Elevated nitric oxide in blood is key to high altitude function for Tibetans

...ans, yet the researchers have found that Tibetans consume oxygen at normal rates. We asked how that could be done, said Cynthia Beall, the S. Idell pyle Professor of Anthropology at Case Western Reserve University. For two decades, Beall has been one of the worlds leading researchers in the studies of...

UCI researchers discover key factor for survival of human embryonic stem cells

... paper in the early online version of the journal Nature Biotechnology. UCI stem cell researchers Peter Donovan and Leslie Lock, along with April pyle of Johns Hopkins University, found that molecules known as neurotrophins have a significant effect on whether hES cells survive in the laboratory. Alt...

Development of portable infectious disease detector

...dition to such "point of care" devices, Wikswo and pyle are joining forces to develop "high-throughput" sc... right person for the job, in their correspondence pyle expressed potential interest in collaborating with...r passed the information along to Wikswo, who gave pyle a call. That was in early September. By mid-Novemb...
Pyle in Biological Technology

OpGen adds Thomas Pyle and James Ogle to board of directors

OpGen, Inc. is located in University Research Park MADISON OpGen, Inc. has added two new members to its board of directors: James Ogle and Thomas Pyle. The company is looking to bring in seasoned executives to help take OpGen's products to the next level, according to Dan Broderick, managing ...

Six Spam Fighters Face Off in Madison

...terprise computing solutions. The testing took place in early September at a two-day Anti-Spam evaluation at the University of Wisconsin-Extension pyle Center. The testing criteria and format, called eWEEK Labs eValuation, were arranged by eWEEK Labs. The publication works with leading organizations a...

Wisconsin ignores Energy Priority Statutes call for conservation and efficiency

... Gomer pyle to the State of Wisconsin: "Citizens Arrest! Citiz...ity statutes, I probably need to explain the Gomer pyle joke. For those of you too young to remember an... time to enjoy the golden age of television, Gomer pyle was a slightly slow automobile mechanic in mythic ...
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