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Comprehensive Email Lifecycle Management Focus for Messaging Architects at RSA Conference

...nd complement each other." For thousands of education, government, healthcare, and corporate clients worldwide, Messaging Architects has expertly bridged email security and compliance gaps by managing the complete lifecycle of email, from the moment a message enters the organization to its eventual dest...

Artificial pump effectively backs up failing hearts

... Patients with severe heart failure can be bridged to eventual transplant by a new, smaller and lighter implantable heart pump, according to a just-completed study of the device. Results of this third-...

Guidelines Suggested for Heart-Kidney Transplants

...t a fourth of the highest-risk patients died from infection. The study found that people older than 65, those with peripheral artery disease and those bridged to transplantation with a pumping-assist device appeared more vulnerable to infection, which explained their increased risk of death. But it was not c...

National Council on Disability Monthly Bulletin for November 2008

...merican Association of People with Disabilities (AAPD), where she educated congressional and White House staff on key disability legislation. She also bridged the organization's policy work and grassroots communications by producing the organization's national email newsletter, " Justice For All ." ...

Dismissed leukemia drug helps cll patients, studies show

...epartment of internal medicine and co-leader of the Experimental Therapeutics program at Ohio State's Comprehensive Cancer Center. "Flavopiridol has bridged the way for several CLL patients to receive a curative stem cell transplant," says Dr. John Byrd, associate director of translational research and pri...

State Budget Discussions Must be Broadened to Include Revenue Options

...as they did between 2000-01 and 2001-02 during the last recession, Pennsylvania could be looking at a deficit of $1.5 billion. "Such a gap cannot be bridged by spending cuts alone," Ward said. "Public investments play a critical role in the health of the Pennsylvania economy, meaning state spending cuts wi...

Plastic Surgery 2008 to Showcase Future of Plastic Surgery Through Groundbreaking Research

...r breast augmentation. The amazing advances we've made in repairing devastating facial injuries in soldiers injured in Iraq and how these advances are bridged to help civilians who are victims of inner-city violence will be a highlight. The innovations to be presented are poised to transform the specialty an...

Nano sculptures in gold

...hexagon with one atom in its centre. In uncharged form, there are three gold atoms positioned on each edge of the triangle. On one edge, two atoms are bridged by another, which creates the extra vertex. "Uncharged gold atoms probably prefer this structure as it is easier for the electrons to avoid each other...

New System Devised To Guide Doctors Treating Patients With Symptomatic Myocardial Bridging

...d blood flow to the heart muscle. Type C: Initiate beta-blockers or calcium channel blockers. If symptoms are refractory, consider stenting of the bridged segment. "One of our most important recommendations is that Type C patients - those with hemodynamic changes - always be treated, regardless ...

New system devised to guide doctors treating patients with symptomatic myocardial bridging

...ed blood flow to the heart muscle. Type C: Initiate beta-blockers or calcium channel blockers. If symptoms are refractory, consider stenting of the bridged segment. "One of the our most important recommendations is that Type C patients those with hemodynamic changes always be treated, regardless of r...
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Beetle shell inspires brilliant white paper

...al insight from them is an increasingly important practise, especially in this current financial climate. On this occasion, the Cyphochilus beetle has bridged the distance between university research and industrial application. There are a great many other natural systems awaiting discovery or detailed study...

Darwin's seminal impact on biology, anthropology, philosophy and psychology

...l sciences. "Anthropology is the only social science discipline in which behavioral biologists work alongside ethnologists. It is where gaps can be bridged between the two groups. Unfortunately, we neglect the larger interdisciplinary questions to focus on cultural particularities," says Chapais. Darw...

Neuronal cell cultures kept on the straight and narrow

...argely confine themselves to the pattern, enabling a variety of cell-geometry experiments, such as measuring the maximum gap between lines that can be bridged by neural axons and dendrites. The research is part of a multidisciplinary NIST program to develop biochemical measurement technologies based on mi...
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Research Published in Nature Medicine Shows Disruption of Chemokine Interactions Inhibits Atherosclerosis in Mice

...sequences from the RANTES protein. CKEY2 was shown to be stable and formed the secondary structural motif found in RANTES when stabilized by disulfide bridged cysteines at both ends of the peptide. The scientists demonstrated that CKEY2 disrupts PF4-RANTES heteromer formation by binding preferentially to RAN...

UW Office of Corporate Relations nears one-year mile-mark

... from the UW campus, based on university technology, Hoslet said. OCRs past Before OCR was mandated, the Office of University Industry Relations bridged the gap between business needs and UW research. That office did not, however, fully serve the business community, Hoslet said. Their niche was work...

Cyclodextrin enhances room temperature phosphorescence

...inclusion of a phenanthrene molecule within the cavity of a β-CD. Scypinski and Cline Love also have observed CD-RTP in nitrogen heterocycles and bridged biphenyls. 5

A description of the experiments with PAHs will serve to illustrate the technique of CD-RTP, and provide ...

Efficient Primary Structure Elucidation of Disulfide-bridged Peptides

...e and detailed structural data of highlyknotted spider toxins Purpose The primary structure determination of disulfide bridged peptides is greatly facilitated using a combination of the Procise cLC 492 sequencing system and the QSTAR Pulsar hybrid quadrupole time-of-flight mas...
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(Date:4/18/2014)... University School of Medicine researchers have been awarded two-year ... Novo Nordisk announced this month. Of the 110 initial ... Biologics Science Forum Program, only four projects were funded, ... They are Jonathan Powell, M.D., Ph.D.; G. William Wong, ... Powell, a professor of oncology, will use his $500,000 ...
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