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Elekta CMS Software Receives FDA 510(k) Clearance for Monaco VMAT Treatment Planning Solution

...e for use clinically for the past two years for step-and-shoot IMRT planning. The product was developed in cooperation with Eberhard Karls Universitat tuebingen in Germany. A new paradigm in VMAT planning, Monaco incorporates biologically based objectives, constrained optimization, sensitivity analys...

Pezcoller Foundation-AACR International Award for Cancer Research recognizes Axel Ullrich

... editorial board of Cancer Research and received the AACR Bruce F. Cain Memorial Award in 2000. Ullrich studied biochemistry at the University of tuebingen in Germany and earned a Ph.D. in molecular genetics at the University of Heidelberg. ...

Alzheimer's - From Curiosity To Worldwide Disease

...he disease. A four-day conference starting in tuebingen on Nov 2 intends to illuminate history and future ...posits. Half a year later, the physician from tuebingen held a presentation at the congregation of southwe...nd struggle with speech. "The presentation in tuebingen did not necessarily get the hoped for attention," ...
Tuebingen in Biological News

Spookfish uses mirrors for eyes

...20 years ago, no one had discovered its reflective eyes until now because a live animal had never been caught. When Professor Hans-Joachim Wagner from tuebingen University caught a live specimen off the Pacific island of Tonga, members of his research team used flash photography to confirm the fish's upward an...

Forsyth scientists trigger cancer-like response from embryonic stem cells

... Boston--Scientists from The Forsyth Institute, working with collaborators at Tufts and tuebingen Universities, have discovered a new control over embryonic stem cells' behavior. The researchers disrupted a natural bioelectrical mechanism within fr...

Novel therapy combinations gain ground in treating hepatitis

...esearchers are finding that the diseases may react more successfully to a longer duration of therapy. In this study, researchers at the University of tuebingen in Germany compared two combination therapies for an extended treatment period of 72 weeks, compared to the current standard of 48 weeks, in patients ...
Tuebingen in Biological Technology

ESBATech Announces Successful Completion of Phase I Clinical Study for Lead Antibody Fragment in Ophthalmic Indications

...everal additional clinical studies are in the preparation stages. Manfred Zierhut, Professor in the Department of Ophthalmology at the University of tuebingen in Germany, will present preclinical pharmacokinetic data on ESBA105 on Friday, September 12, 2008, at the 7th International Symposium on Uveitis in C...

Luminex Corporation Hosts the Fifth Annual Planet xMAP Europe 2007 Symposium

... and Pediatrics, Malmo University Hospital (Sweden) - "MicroRNA" -- Dr. Oliver Poetz, NMI, Natural and Medical Science Institute at the University of tuebingen (Germany) - "Magnetic Beads Work Better at Night" -- Dr. Ben van Ommen, TNO Quality Life (The Netherlands), Head of Nutrigenomics and Nutritional Sys...
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