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BioTech Firm Decodes Current Swine Flu BioMarkers

Sound Health, a small non-profit Ohio Biotech firm, has confirmed that they have decoded Frequency Equivalents™ for the proteins, genes and activators associated with the currently reported Swine Flu outbreak. Albany, Ohio (PRWEB) May 6, 2009 -- In response to the...

'Personalized' genome sequencing reveals coding error in gene for inherited pancreatic cancer

...over suspect mutations in normal inherited genes. The findings, they say, underscore the value of so-called "personalized genome" sequencing, which decodes a person's genes and compares the changes to those found in healthy people. "Gene sequencing has always had the potential to help us learn if a person...

Discovery Health Takes a Revolutionary Look into the Human Body With an Original Series, BODY IN NUMBERS

...ve, think and grow. The four-part series, BODY IN NUMBERS, premieres on Wednesday, September 3, at 9 PM (ET/PT) on Discovery Health. BODY IN NUMBERS decodes the body's vital statistics -- showing how the heart pumps about 1 million barrels of blood during an average lifetime, and that the fastest sneeze ev...

2 NYU faculty elected to National Academy of Sciences

...member in NYUs Department of Psychology and a former Howard Hughes Investigator, is best known for his path-breaking work on how the brain encodes and decodes visual information and in the mechanisms that put that information to use in the control of behavior. Movshon, who is also an adjunct professor at NYU...
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VisionMate96 Plus

Description:... Is designed for highthroughput reading of tube racks. Its camera-based vision system captures and decodes tubes in less than one second per rack, making it ideal for use in automated settings. The open-top design of the reader allows a rack to be read auto...
Company:Matrix Technologies Corporation

Symbol LSI4000i Bar Code Scanner

Features:... a 650 nm laser that provides a bright scan line ensuring easy aiming even in high ambient light conditions. Built-in Adaptive Logic Signal Processing decodes poorly printed and damaged bar codes. Advanced Data Formatting (ADF) - enables the bar code data string to be modified before sending it on to the hos...
Company:InfoLogix, Inc.
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Researchers show how brain decodes complex smells

Duke University Medical Center researchers have discovered how the brain creates a scent symphony from signals sent by the nose. In studies in mice, the researchers found that nerve cells in the brain's olfactory bulb -- the first stop for information from the nose -- do not perceive complex scen...

Reading the brain without poking it

... says. "It will enable amputees or people with severe paralysis to interact with their environment using a prosthetic arm or a computer interface that decodes signals from the brain." The study is scheduled for online publication July 1 in the journal Neurosurgical Focus . The find...

New tool isolates RNA within specific cells

...nt and disease-causing breakdowns. While DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid) provides an identical genetic blueprint in every cell, RNA (ribonucleic acid) decodes genetic instructions that turn protein molecules on and off in different cell types. The new tagging method, tested in a variety of subsets of Dro...

Study reveals surprising details of the evolution of protein translation

... protein synthesis machinery." During protein synthesis, tRNA's dual function is reflected in its unique L-shaped structure. One end of the molecule decodes messenger RNA (a molecule that carries instructions for the sequence of amino acids in a protein), while the other transfers a specific amino acid to ...

Thinking makes it so: Science extends reach of prosthetic arms

...hich picks up the electrical signal that the muscle emits when it contracts. The signal is directed to a microprocessor in the artificial arm which decodes the signal and tells the arm what to do. In their work thus far, Kuiken and his colleagues have programmed the processor in the prosthetic arm to reco...

Penn study on olfactory nerve cells shows why we smell better when we sniff

... senior author Minghong Ma, PhD, Assistant Professor of Neuroscience. "These results help us understand how the mammalian olfactory system encodes and decodes odor information in the environment." Researchers tested two different types of stimulation on olfactory neurons in mice: chemical stimuli, such ...

Scientists to track impact of Asian dust and pollution on clouds, weather, climate change

...sands of smells that enter the nose, discriminating even the slightest scent and often conjuring up vivid memories. So we wanted to know how the brain decodes the presence of these chemicals in the air and turn them into a perception. It's still quite mysterious." Ehlers said that even though these expe...

Common algae helps illustrate mammalian brain electrical circuitry

...sands of smells that enter the nose, discriminating even the slightest scent and often conjuring up vivid memories. So we wanted to know how the brain decodes the presence of these chemicals in the air and turn them into a perception. It's still quite mysterious." Ehlers said that even though these expe...
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