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Impliant Restarts European Clinical Activities for Patented TOPS(TM) Spine System

PRINCETON, N.J., June 26 /PRNewswire/ -- Impliant, Inc., a developer of novel spine arthroplasty alternatives to fusion surgery, today announced that it has resumed European clinical activities on its TOPS(TM) System, a Total Posterior Arthroplasty device designed to treat spinal stenosis with...

TB Hospital In Nepal Restarts Its Services

The Kalimati Chest Hospital, which is the country's only tuberculosis hospital that was shut for the last three years, restarted its services from Thursday.// The 37-bed hospital in the capital of Nepal, Kathmandu has resumed its services from Thursday the 17th of August, with 25 beds having ...

Stratus Technologies Signs Allen Technologies as Newest Channel Partner for High Availability Avance Software

...tomatically upon installation. Unlike other solutions, failover scripting, repeated testing, and making applications cluster-aware are unnecessary and restarts are nearly eliminated. Stratus Avance technology detects errors and continues processing during all but the most catastrophic hardware and software fa...
Restarts in Medical Technology

Impliant Restarts Pivotal Clinical Trial for Patented TOPS(TM) Spine System

PRINCETON, N.J., May 27 /PRNewswire/ -- Impliant, Inc., a developer of novel spine arthroplasty alternatives to fusion surgery, today announced that it has received FDA approval to restart patient enrollment in a pivotal IDE trial of its TOPS(TM) System, a Total Posterior Arthroplasty device d...
Restarts in Biological News

Study supports reason for concern in childhood and adolescent obesity

...ous occlusion plethysmography (VOP), a technique that measures responses of arm blood vessel responses to an inflatable cuff that externally halts and restarts blood flow. This method has been shown to correlate with coronary artery function in adults with heart disease. The study was designed to investiga...

Scientists successfully treat new mouse model of inflammatory bowel disease

...eliminate the microorganisms causing IBD. "We'd like to treat the mice and then reintroduce candidate microorganisms into their guts to see if this restarts the inflammatory reaction," says Stappenbeck. Stappenbeck and Allen plan continued collaborative study of the model. ...

Stowers Institute's Hawley Lab identifies factors responsible for restart of meiotic cycle

...o molecular solutions at play: the controlled expression of a protein that restarts the cell cycle and the inactivation of an inhibitory protein that had previ... Polo kinase. It is this precisely timed release of active Polo kinase that restarts meiosis. Matrimony is the first known protein inhibitor of Polo kinase,...
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