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DNA detectives find genetic markers for lung cancers most likely to recur

Researchers at the Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center have uncovered clearly recognizable genetic alterations in tumors and tissue removed from patients with early-stage lung cancers that look like good predictors of which of these cancers are more likely to recur. The discovery, they say, coul...

Eltman, Eltman & Cooper: The Nation's Leading Judgment Enforcement Firm

...quidate judgment accounts. There are several unique factors that contribute to Eltman's judgment enforcement success. The firm uses former police detectives led by a high-ranking NYPD commander --not skip tracers-- to locate debtors and assets. They do this with a degree of professionalism that is unique ...

1-800-GOT-MOLD? to Exhibit at NY/NJ Franchise Expo April 18-19

...a detective, a career with 1-800-GOT-MOLD?(R) might be for you. With their highly trained canine assistants and high-tech toolboxes, 1-800-GOT-MOLD? detectives sniff out the root cause of many mysterious illnesses and help their customers regain healthy homes. (Logo: http://www.newscom.com/cgi-bin/pr...

TV crime drama compound highlights immune cells' misdeeds

... St. Louis, March 20, 2009 detectives on television shows often spray crime scenes with a compound called luminol...these bleach-filled pockets to kill them. In television dramas like CSI, detectives spray a mixture of hydrogen peroxide and luminol onto crime scenes. The mix...

Dental and Medical Communities Piloting Partnership in Mid-Michigan To Detect and Defeat Disease

....P.H., senior vice president and chief science officer at Delta Dental of Michigan. "Having dentists, physicians and patients work together as disease detectives can make a serious and lasting difference. This will save lives." Delta Dental will provide blood-pressure monitors for participating dental o...

Documentary Examining Deadly Blood Disorders and Lifesaving Research to Premiere on Discovery Health

... BLOOD detectives - a documentary from Peabody-Award-winning filmmak...t 7:00 PM ET/PT and again at 12:00 AM ET/PT. BLOOD detectives focuses on the medical mysteries and lifesaving wo...es, from leukemia to blood clots and more. BLOOD detectives is the centerpiece of a new public education campa...

Documentary Examining Deadly Blood Disorders and Lifesaving Research to Premiere on Discovery Health

... BLOOD detectives -- a documentary from Peabody-Award-winning filmma... 7:00 PM ET/PT and again at 12:00 AM ET/PT. BLOOD detectives focuses on the medical mysteries and lifesaving wo...eukemia to blood clots and more. BLOOD detectives is the centerpiece of a new public education campa...

Multiple Sclerosis Association of America's Resource Detectives(SM) Program Marks One Year Anniversary

...orking on-site. During its first year the Resource detectives program energized a group of 4,000 "detectives" to...27LOGO ) Entering its second year, the Resource detectives program will begin a key initiative -- the recruit...ountry and give each center access to the Resource detectives database, yielding thousands of valuable sources o...

Hair Tells Tale of Where You've Been

... as a diabetic -- drinks a lot of water or could offer clues to someone's diet. Law enforcement is already using the technology. In Utah, homicide detectives tested the hair of an unidentified murder victim and discovered that she probably moved around the Northwest in the two years before she died. Next...

Three Doctors Charged So Far in the UK Bombing Case

...ors aged 24 and 27, whose identities have not yet emerged, remained in custody this weekend. Scotland Yard said today a magistrate had granted detectives until July 21 to detain and question Asha. The deadline for the other two runs out tomorrow. In Britain, police have up to 28 days to ...
detectives in Biological News

Enzyme detectives uncover new reactions, products

UPTON, NY -- If your experiment doesn't go the way you expect, take a closer look -- something even more interesting may have happened. That strategy has led scientists at the U.S. Department of Energy's (DOE) Brookhaven National Laboratory to discover a fundamental shift in an enzyme's function t...

Earthworm detectives provide genetic clues for dealing with soil pollution

The humble earthworm, famously acknowledged by Charles Darwin when he wrote "It may be doubted whether there are many other animals which have played so important a part in the history of the world", provides a new sensitive and detailed picture of what is going on in our contaminated soil ecosys...

Group led by Stanford physicist says there's an urgent need for nuclear detectives

A terrorist nuclear explosion devastates Manhattan, but no group takes credit. The pressure on the U.S. president to retaliate is intense. Acting on sketchy information, the president orders an attack, but it turns out to be the wrong terrorists, in the wrong country. Things go downhill from there...

Infection detectives use disease 'fingerprints' to track common infections in children

Infectious disease specialists at UT Southwestern Medical Center have found a new method for identifying suspect viruses and bacteria that cause some of the most common acute infections in children. Traditionally, researchers have looked for clues to an infection by tracking down the virus or b...

Computers aid in cracking deception in plants

...vision crime shows is any indicator, computers are increasingly becoming essential tools for detecting and combating skullduggery. However, television detectives are not the only ones taking advantage of these tools. Researchers also are beginning to collaborate with computer scientists to help uncover biologic...

Scholar unconvinced new lie-detection methods better than old ones

... CHAMPAIGN, lll. When a crime has been committed, the usual modus operandi for police detectives and their fictional counterparts has been to dust the scene for fingerprints. And once they have a suspect in custody, out comes the polygraph, or lie...

Regional Law Enforcement Data Exchange System Expands

...identified so the officer knows immediately where it came from. The data sharing system is also used by other staff in the five departments, including detectives investigating crime patterns. "Individually, none of our towns can afford the number of police needed to keep track of all the activities of an incr...

BIO-key(R) Receives $335,000 Contract Award From Baltimore Police

...e available excess laptops at no cost to BPD. In addition to outfitting additional patrol cars, BPD is now able to assign MobileCop-enabled laptops to detectives who need to be able to access mobile data from unmarked cars and other locations as well as at the police station. BPD has also deployed PocketCop(R...
detectives in Biological Technology

Wisconsin police training on FACES identification system

...mposite images and getting a positive identification on a suspect can lead to an arrest, said Sergeant Don Wilson of Oshkosh Police Department. Our detectives have a particularly tough challenge when a crime has been committed by an unknown perpetrator, Wilson said. The training is being delivered by CTS...
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