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Genes key to staph disease severity, drug resistance found hitchhiking together

... Infectious Diseases (NIAID), a component of the National Institutes of Health, led the study. They collaborated with researchers at the University of tubingen in Germany and the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey. "The discovery that bundled genes determine virulence and antimicrobial resi...

Researchers Create Embryonic-Like Stem Cells From Human Testes

...the University of California, Irvine. The new research was published online Oct. 8 in the journal Nature . Thomas Skutella of the University of tubingen in Germany and his colleagues used testicular tissue from 22 men to create what they call "germline stem cells." Essentially, they collected these tis...

BrainLAB Announces 510(k) FDA Clearance of Monte Carlo Dose Engine for Stereotactic Radiosurgery and Radiation Therapy

... be one of the foremost experts in the field and previously worked on Monte Carlo research projects at the University of Leipzig and the University of tubingen in Germany. The Monte Carlo Dose Calculation Algorithm is based on the XVMC (X-Ray Voxel Monte Carlo) algorithm and has been verified using the widely...
Tubingen in Medical Technology

New Research Shows: Neurofeedback is an 'Evidence-Based' Treatment for ADHD

...ioned the efficacy of Neurofeedback and whether it can be considered an Evidence Based treatment or not. In collaboration with researchers from tubingen University (Germany), Radboud University (Nijmegen, the Netherlands), Brainclinics and EEG Resource Institute a so-called meta-analysis was conducted ...

CMS, Inc., an Elekta Company, Announces First Cancer Patients Treated With Monaco(TM) Radiation Treatment Planning System

..., and multi-criterial goals that provide more intuitive and direct control over the optimization process Monaco was developed with the University of tubingen in Germany. Markus Alber, Ph.D., and colleagues developed the Hyperion project, which is the engine behind the new Monaco system. CMS commercialized t...
Tubingen in Biological News

Virginia Tech, Nanjing Institute researchers discover half-billion year-old fossils

...ntists, however, believe that they may be plants or fungi. Twenty years ago, however, Adolf Seilacher, a paleontologist now retired from University of tubingen (Universität Tübingen) and Yale University, argued that many Ediacara organisms were built of tube-like elements and are only distantly related to liv...
Tubingen in Biological Technology

deCODE Discovers First Genetic Variant Conferring Increased Risk of Essential Tremor

...higher likelihood of developing the condition than individuals who carry no copies of the risk variant. deCODE and its collaborators at Vienna, tubingen and Emory universities would like to thank the individuals who took part in this study. About decode deCODE is a bio-pharmaceutical comp...
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