Devax Announces Completion of Enrollment of DIVERGE Trial of Novel Drug- Eluting Stent System for Bifurcation Lesions
- Five hundred patients treated with company's AXXESS(TM) System to date -
LAKE FOREST, Calif., Dec. 12 /PRNewswire/ -- Devax, Inc., a medical
device company focused on developing next generation products for
interventional cardiology, today announced that the Company has completed
Scientists From 25 Countries Sequence Cow Genome
...l cows replace white mice as in the lab? Probably not, but they may become more important in fields such as neurology, where humans and rodent systems diverge
considerably, as well as metabolic diseases.
The papers also amassed a tremendous amount of historical information about the now-placid bovines.
Medco CEO: Health IT Provides the Foundation for 'Real' Health Care Reform
... all prescription drug spending and 75 percent of overall health costs. The company is using evidence-based protocols to close the clinical gaps that diverge
from proven medical treatment guidelines, and is committed to publishing the results of its breakthrough pharmacy initiatives.
Challenging the ...
Novel Vaccines Improve Potential for European Vaccines Manufacturers
...t challenges in vaccine manufacture and R&D, market participants also have to deal with government policies, perceptions and awareness levels that diverge
widely across Europe.
"A clear comprehension about the dynamics in various regions is important to predict demand and alter business strategies a...
Crohn's disease surgeries make steady advances
...it, so that intestinal contents can safely pass through.
Fistula Plugs. Fistulas can be both painful and dangerous, causing intestinal contents to diverge
from the anal canal. This often leads to anal incontinence, abscesses and, most seriously, systemic infection. Certain surgeries can drain the fistula...
Study Sheds Light on Value of Newer Antipsychotic Drugs for Schizophrenia
...roblems and 5 percent of those on risperidone did so.
“The results favor quetiapine and, to an extent, olanzapine,” Stroup said. “These findings diverge
somewhat from other CATIE studies in which second generation medications are compared, but overall there is consistency.”
Olanzapine is good at ...
Same Genes Act Differently in Males and Females
... fellow in cardiology at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA. "Our study discovered a genetic disparity that may explain why males and females diverge
in terms of disease risk, rate and severity."
"This research holds important implications for understanding disorders such as diabetes, heart di...
Genetic Mutation in Mice Suggests Extinct Mammoth Had Light and Dark Fur
...f Oceanography. Sumner used the mice as a textbook example of how small, geographically isolated populations could adapt to their new environments and diverge
into distinct subspecies.
Known to scientists as Peromyscus polionotus, mice living on the mainland have dark coats, which help them blend in w...
Response to Diseases Vary at Gene Level
... why the sexes vary in their relationship to different diseases”.
"Our study discovered a genetic disparity that may explain why males and females diverge
in terms of disease risk, rate and severity."
As study co-author Jake Lusis, a professor of human genetics at UCLA said although genes worked simi...
Prediction of malaria epidemics possible!
... the models give the same answer. They are consistent within each other. When we are entering a very unpredictable or chaotic period, then the models diverge
in what they say. They give different answers and then we can't be sure of what's going to happen."
Scientists say the model was more successfu...
diverge in Biological News
A global model for the origin of species independent of geographical isolation
...nates evolutionary theory. The first requires a physical barrier such as a glacier, mountain or body of water to separate organisms enabling groups to diverge
until they become separate species. In the second, an environment favors specific characteristics within a species, which encourages divergence as mem...
Study of protein structures reveals key events in evolutionary history
...ore complex, you would want to fine-tune things, to do things in a more tailored way."
The protein modules of the three superkingdoms also began to diverge
more dramatically from one another, with the eucarya (the group that includes plants and animals) hosting the greatest diversity of modules.
How 'secondary' sex characters can drive the origin of species
...nd male copulatory organ size. Moczek says this suggests that trade-offs between primary and secondary sexual traits continue to shape the way species diverge
well after speciation has occurred.
The speed and magnitude of divergence within O. taurus presents something of a paradox. How is it that copulat...
Biodiversity maps developed by UCSD scientists will help guide conservation measures in East Africa
...o shift under different climate changes. A plant and an animal may respond differently to the same climate shift, for example, causing their ranges to diverge
until the two species no longer co-exist.
At a recent meeting at the University of York in the UK, participants in the project agreed to join thei...
...a of the pH 7 and pH 3 versions of the prion differ significantly. Both are mainly arranged in the rigid -sheet structure, but up close the structures diverge
widely. Particularly striking is the fact that the infectious pH 7 form has highly flexible loops in addition to the rigid domains. These are absent f...
National Science Foundation funds research addressing enduring questions of life
...s feeding method. In addition to improving our understanding of baleen whales, this research is expected to yield important insights about how species diverge
from one another.
(In addition to receiving support from DEB, this study is also receiving support from NSF's Geosciences Directorate.)
Managing uncertainty important in ecological balance: ASU researcher
...versity associate professor in the School of Life Sciences specializing in biology and society. According to her research, ideas about natures balance diverge
across lines of culture, livelihood and political ideology.
Kinzig will present her observations on Feb. 17 at the American Association for the Ad...
Avian origins: new analysis confirms ancient beginnings
...k") at a fairly constant rate. Molecular biologists use that rate to reconstruct evolutionary history.
"If we know, for example, that DNA sequences diverge
by an average of two percent every million years, and we determine that two species differ genetically by ten percent, we can figure out that they las...
Scientists: As rainfall changes, tropical plants may acclimate
...e, all the Hawaiian plants acted the same -- and at the same time.
" ?This does not support the idea that natural selection has caused species to diverge
into highly specialized niches for nitrogen consumption," the PNAS paper says.
That's a positive sign considering that as the Earth warms, some a...
Single molecule extends fat mice lives by reversing gene pathways associated with disease in obese
...earchers put the mice on the different diets.
At 60 weeks of age, the survival rates of HC and HCR fed mice groups began to diverge
and remained separated by a three to four month span. At 114 weeks of age, 58 percent of the HC fed mice had died, compared to 42 percent of the HCR ...
diverge in Biological Technology
Scientists find way to make human collagen in lab
...late the lengthy molecules and add elements to collagen that confer new abilities.
"We can make collagen that duplicates nature exactly, but we can diverge
from that when it is desirable," says Ronald T. Raines, a UW-Madison professor of biochemistry who, with postdoctoral fellow Frank W. Kotch, authored ...
diverge in Biological Definition
...o that their eyesight can converge on the object. This is generally referred to as cross-eyed viewing . To see a faraway object, the two eyeballs diverge
to become almost parallel to each other. This is known as wall-eyed viewing , where the convergence angle is much smaller than that in a cross-ey...
... he or she will simply attribute it to variations within a gene.
Errors during DNA replication may lead to the duplication of a gene, which may diverge
over time. Though the two sequences may remain the same or be only slightly altered, they are typically regarded as separate genes (i.e. not as allele...
Three main veins originate from the base of the lamina, as in Ceanothus .
Palmate-netted, palmate-veined, fan-veined; several main veins diverge
from near the leaf base where the petiole attaches, and radiate toward the edge of the leaf; e.g. most Acer (maples).
...ations of a species become isolated geographically (for example, by habitat fragmentation or migration). The isolated populations are then liable to diverge
evolutionarily over many generations as a) they become subjected to dissimilar selective pressures and b) they independently undergo genetic drift ...
...ge that maintains its integrity with respect to other lineages through both time and space. At some point in the progress of such a group, members may diverge
from one another: when such a divergence becomes sufficiently clear, the two populations are regarded as separate species.
See also microspecie...
diverge in Biological Dictionary
...ains basic botanical terms, G. ... GEOTROPISM . Geotropism is a plant's reaction to gravity in which the roots go towards the ... ... branches diverge
(er, branch), is partly due to phototropism and geotropism . ... In the case of geotropism , which is where the plant will put it's roots down...
..., Software and More! Read Extensor Side Reviews. narrow retinaculum over dorsum of wrist forms pulley system for extensor tendons; ... juncture diverge
from ring finger, & go on to attach to extensor ... extensor apparatus extends over the dorsal half of the digit; ... staged extensor ...