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University of Colorado licenses two influenza virus detection discoveries to Quidel Corp.
...on is in influenza B monitoring, as a tool for the clinical
laboratory and at the point-of-care in the physician office laboratory. The BChip can detect two influenza B virus strains (B/Victoria/2/87 and B/Yamagata/16/88), which are critical in determining seasonal influenza vaccines. In a recent study of...
Vaccine trials inject hope into koala's future
...g into care in both Queensland and NSW are showing clinical
signs of the disease and it seems to be getting worse." The vaccine will be administered to a small number of koalas via an injection either under the skin or intramuscularly. "The first phase of the trial will run for between six and 12 months,...
Tips from the Journals of the American Society for Microbiology
...tibodies to A/Hong Kong/213/03 but did not exhibit clinical
signs or virus shedding. In two of the groups two...errets. Infected contact ferrets displayed severe clinical
signs despite little or no virus detection in nasal washes. The absence of secondary transmission am...
ACMG Foundation announces 2007-2008 Luminex/ACMGF award recipient
...nd his studies will allow for the development of a clinical
practice model incorporating the use of whole genome SNP array. ...
Tumor painting revolutionizes fight against cancer
...val from the Food and Drug Administration to begin clinical
trials. Chlorotoxin:Cy5.5 could be used in operating rooms in as little as 18 months. All clinical
studies will have consenting adult participants. Olson and his team believe that Chlorotoxin:Cy5.5...
...though, attempts to target Ras for inhibition in a clinical
setting have proved unsuccessful. "We knew Ras was really important for cancer, but time after time it defied attempts to be inhibited in the clinic. So we decided, why not go after something that you can make a drug against that Ras activates"" e...
Co-operation between GSF and clinic improves outlook for sarcoma patients
...of Munich. Their spectrum of research extends from clinical
analysis of deep hyperthermia for cancer therapy u...t of research in co-operation groups together with clinical
partners and the creation of clinical
research platforms is an essential prerequisite for the prompt...
Serica scientists win AOSSM Award for ACL (knee) tissue regeneration in preclinical study
...ver the past ten years has been to solve the unmet clinical
need in ACL repair, offering surgeons and patients a device that would create the correct environment within the knee to regenerate ACL tissue, while supporting the mechanical structure of the joint during the healing process. Our ultimate goal is f...
Journalists can register now for ECCO 14 -- the European Cancer Conference
...ons of exciting new research from experimental and clinical
oncologists, epidemiologists and cancer nurses. Over 12.000 scientists, clinicians, doctors, nurses, patients and care givers are expected to attend. More than 100 experts in different cancer fields have developed a wide-ranging and exciting confer...
Chitin from lobster shell shows great healing and bio-stimulant properties
...d antimicrobial properties). After preclinical and clinical
trials were approved, both surgical thread types were introduced and successfully used in several Cuban hospitals. Use in agriculture The study, however, was not restricted to biomedicine. In cooperation with the Cuban National Centre for Agric...
Nodal status is best predictor of outcome after neoadjuvant therapy for esophageal cancer
...neoadjuvant treatment. Interestingly, pretreatment clinical
stage had no predictive value on histomorphological response. The authors concluded that because the study suggests nodal status after neoadjuvant treatment is the strongest determinant of outcome, there is no evidence that an assessment of histom...
Cancer cures could work for canines and humans
...ignificance in cancer. The approach involves using clinical
samples from a tissue bank to carry out hypothesis driven immunohistochemical studies to look at tumour metabolism. Certain breeds of dog are known to develop certain types of cancer. For instance Osteosarcoma (bone cancer) is common in the Greyhou...
High blood pressure medication strategy proves effective in Hispanic women
...rofessor of medicine and associate director of the clinical
research program in cardiovascular medicine at UFs College of Medicine. UF researchers studied 22,500 patients enrolled in the landmark International Verapamil SR-Trandolapril study, known as INVEST, and tracked a subgroup of 5,017 Hispanic and 4,...
New treatment model for HIV
...shing July 13, 2007 in PLoS Computational Biology, clinical
responses to antiretroviral drug therapy are simul...ition or await the results of expensive, long-term clinical
trials”, says Mittler. By presenting a detailed model that makes concrete quantitative predictions a...
Researchers discover human embryonic stem cells are the ultimate perpetual fuel cell
...way, then they can be more readily used for future clinical
therapy to regenerate damaged tissue such as neur...ng of human ES cells, that will be required before clinical
use of human stem cells of this kind, he said. ...
Has science unearthed the Holy Grail of pain relief?
...sting relief of chronic pain is rare and often the clinical
goal is pain management through one or more medications. But now researchers at The University of Manchester have examined microscopic amoeboid organisms commonly called slime moulds in a bid to gain greater insight into these pain molecules, known...
5 OHSU faculty members singled out for honors
...chair of the department of medical informatics and clinical
epidemiology (DMICE) in the School of Medicine. Hersh has been a pioneer and international leader in the rapidly evolving field of biomedical informatics. Under his leadership, OHSU has developed one of the nations most respected academic programs in...
FDA finds no strong link between tomatoes and reduced cancer risk
...ir review, such as the limited number of available clinical
trials and the challenge of communicating to the public the subtleties of the FDAs decision. Neither of these concerns, however, diminishes the importance of using evidence-based review principles to evaluate important diet-health relationships. I...
Macrochem acquires option to license pexiganan
...h a product that has already completed two Phase 3 clinical
trials. It also fits our strategic focus and compl...progressing on track with an interim assessment of clinical
data later this year after all patients have been treated for twenty four weeks," said Robert J. DeL...
Biodesign Institute leads innovative project to prevent cancer
... approach, we hope to bring a vaccine candidate to clinical
trials by the end of the grant period....
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