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Starion Instruments Launches Next-Generation Tissue Ligating Shears at the American College of Surgeons Clinical Congress

Building upon continued success, company offers new platform for general surgical procedures SUNNYVALE, Calif., Oct. 10 /PRNewswire/ -- Starion Instruments, a leading surgical device company, launched the TLS3 Tissue Ligating Shears at the American College of Surgeons ...

Fittest Of Newborn Neurons Survive

...and gene transfer techniques, Gage and a team headed by former postdoctoral fellow Ayumu Tashiro, Ph.D., injected a virus carrying a pair of molecular shears capable of deleting a gene encoding part of the NMDA receptor into the hippocampus, a brain region harboring neural stem cells that give rise to new n...
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New microsensor measures volatile organic compounds in water and air on-site

...structures whose vibrations were less affected by the surrounding medium. The researchers chose a silicon disk platform for the sensor. The disk shears back and forth around its center with a characteristic resonance frequency between 300 and 1,000 kHz, depending on its geometry. With proper actuation...

Expanding waistlines triggered by your genes

...n, Stephen Weiss, and Alan Saltiel at U-M's Life Sciences Institute (LSI), discovered that the gene membrane-type 1 matrix metalloproteinase (MT1-MMP) shears the collagen meshwork that holds fat cells in place and frees expanding fat cells, allowing their spread and expansion underneath the skin. The study ...

Salk and Stanford teams join forces to reveal two paths of neurodegeneration

...ly severed or seriously injured by disease in adults, they die and are removed by degeneration. Scientists have speculated that the same molecular shears used to trim axon branches in injured adult axons also do so during normal developmental pruning. In a forthcoming issue of Neuron, teams at the Salk ...

Life and death in the hippocampus: what young neurons need to survive

...and gene transfer techniques, Gage and a team headed by former postdoctoral fellow Ayumu Tashiro, Ph.D., injected a virus carrying a pair of molecular shears capable of deleting a gene encoding part of the NMDA receptor into the hippocampus, a brain region harboring neural stem cells that give rise to new n...

Antarctic Treaty Meeting moves to protect frozen continent from non-native species

... ballast water operations. According to Dr John shears of British Antarctic Survey, "In the past, Antarct...ntists called for more research into the issue. Dr shears said that scientists need to identify which areas ... change on the spread of non-native species. Dr shears says, "Antarctica's remoteness and isolation offer...
SHEARS in Biological Technology

Company to Provide Technology Platform for Digital Data Collection of Computerized Patient Records

.... The technology is intended to allow developers, to wirelessly monitor, process, and measure human body motion, balance, and bioMotion™ data. shears continued saying, The Obama administration's health technology plan, which is part of the economic recovery package, includes incentive payments for a...

Young Physicians Demanding Advanced Laparoscopic Energy Instruments

...Jaya Classen, Senior Analyst at Millennium Research Group. "This is due to the adoption of higher-priced products such as the Gyrus-ACMI 3105PK angled shears and the Ligasure V 1500." MRG offers a number of products covering the global laparoscopic market. For ongoing quarterly tracking of market shares b...
SHEARS in Biological Dictionary

Shotgun sequencing

...uencing and compares ... The method developed and preferred by Celera is simply called shotgun sequencing . ... Shotgun sequencing randomly shears genomic DNA into small pieces which are ... Whole Genome Shotgun Sequencing . The shotgun sequencing method goes ... This step not needed in...
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