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Overcoming “Biocreep” in Clinical Trials for Infectious Diseases 2011-01-03
Author: Michael Corrado
From: Drug Discovery & Development
Clinical trials for infectious diseases are somewhat unique in the world of drug development because, in most cases, a drug’s activity cannot be established through comparison to placebo. There are a few exceptions: conditions that are uncomfortable and unpleasant, but not deadly, such as traveler’s
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Bringing the Cell Image into Focus 2010-12-28
Author: Wim Voorhout
From: Bioscience Technology
TEM is a powerful tool of today’s life scientist. Over the years, this tool has gone through several improvements and is still on that path. Improvements such as automation, software, and easier sample preparation have led to an ever-expanding number of applications: Cryo-TEM, single particle analys
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Robotic Surgery Promising For Head And Neck Cancer 2010-12-22
Author: SURGICAL PRODUCTS MAGAZINE STAFF
From: SURGICAL PRODUCTS MAGAZINE
Less-invasive robotic surgery for upper airway and digestive track malignant tumors is as effective as other minimally invasive surgical techniques based on patient function and survival,
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Multiphoton Microscope with a Fully Integrated OPO Solution 2010-12-21
Author: Bioscience Technology Staff
From: Bioscience Technology
Leica Microsystems has effectively matched the Leica TCS SP5 MP multiphoton microscope with a fully integrated OPO (Optical Parametric Oscillator) solution. The integration of the Coherent Chameleon Compact OPO with the Leica TCS SP5 MP confocal and multiphoton microscope allows observation of fast
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The future of genetics and genomics 2010-12-16
Author: Liz Meszaros
From: Drug Topics
The promise of genomic discoveries is tremendous, but modern medicine is not yet ready to use the bulk of these discoveries, said Muin Khoury, MD, PhD, at the annual meeting of the American College of Clinical Pharmacology (ACCP) in Baltimore, Md.
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New Way to Produce ZFNs Found 2010-12-13
Author: Drug Discovery & Development Staff
From: Drug Discovery & Development
A team led by Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) researchers has developed a faster way to engineer synthetic enzymes that target specific DNA sequences for inactivation, repair or alteration. The report from the MGH Molecular Pathology Unit, being published online in Nature Methods, describes a h
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Ubiquitous sugar molecule could be key to repairing deep wound without scarring 2010-12-13
Author: EurekAlert
From: Bioscience Technology
Blocking fragments of the sugar molecule hyaluronan that triggers inflammation could be the key to robust healing and less scarring in deep wounds, in laboratory rats, the small peptide, named 15-1, which blocks fragments of the ubiquitous sugar molecule, hyaluronan, promoted wound healing, minimize
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New Spinal Implant Helps Paraplegics Exercise Paralyzed Limbs 2010-12-09
Author: HospiMedica International staff
From: HospiMedica International
A microchip small enough to be implanted into the spinal canal incorporates electrodes and a muscle stimulator that will enable people to exercise their paralyzed leg muscles.
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Liquid Chromatography Evolution 2010-12-06
Author: Mike May
From: Drug Discovery & Development
It’s been known for decades that using smaller particles and higher pressure increases the capabilities of liquid chromatography (LC). It has only been in about the past five years, though, that advances in technology made it easier and more economical for researchers to move from high-performance l
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Less Painful Joint Injections Using Ultrasound 2010-12-03
Author: Medimaging International staff writers
From: Medical Imaging International
The use of ultrasound needle guidance improves the performance, outcomes, and the cost-effectiveness of knee injections in individuals with osteoarthritis, according to recent research.
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