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Safety and immunogenicity data available for new pertussis booster vaccine candidate for adolescents
...es and showed Boostrix to be comparable to a U.S.- licensed
Tetanus Diphtheria (Td) vaccine with regard to safety and immunogenicity. In addition, the use of Boostrix induced anti-pertussis antibody levels which exceeded (by 1.8 to 6.9 times) those observed in infants following primary immunization with a DT...
IC-medtech licenses promising cancer therapeutic from Summa Health System
...r, the results of Summa's cancer research is being licensed
and under a new name, Apatone TM . Clinical tria...an Creek Medical Technologies, LLC has exclusively licensed
Apatone, the novel anti-cancer therapeutic treatment first discovered by James M. Jamison, Ph.D. and...
For inferring the biological tree of life, simple is better
...onary tree building. "Many dangerous chemicals are licensed
today by calculating how much of each one we can safely be exposed to, using an assumption-laden, statistical method called quantitative risk assessment," he said. "The problem is that the assumptions of risk assessment models are routinely violated,...
ORNL system eliminates perchlorate, helps scientists trace source
...ontamination in the environment." ORNL has licensed
the resin technology to the Purolite company and the regeneration and recovery technology to Calgon Carbon Corporation. The system also is being tested at two contaminated sites in California. Gu will present findings from those tests at meetings thi...
Ancient Chinese folk remedy packs anti-cancer punch
...." Perhaps the most promising of the methods licensed
involves the use of transferrin, to which the researchers bind artemisinin at the molecular level. Transferrin is an iron-carrying protein found in blood, and is transported into cells via transferrin receptors on a cell's surface. Iron-hung...
HHS awards $232 million in biodefense contracts for vaccine development
...ng and initial human trials. There is currently no licensed
plague vaccine, and the pneumonic form of the disease, which infects the lungs and can spread from person to person through the air, is nearly always fatal unless antibiotic treatment is started within 24 hours of infection. NIAID also modified...
Stanford cooling tool may improve performance of athletes, soldiers
...." The technology is patented and has been licensed
by Stanford's Office of Technology Licensing to AVAcore Technologies Inc., an Ann Arbor, Mich., firm that Grahn and Heller founded to develop the device for commercial application. With this technology, strength, stamina and even quality of l...
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