Tag: "new" at medical news
New fingerprint visualization method uses X-rays to reveal missing clues
...sic clues. Now, chemists say they have developed a new
fingerprint visualization technique using X-rays t...als chemical markers that could give investigators new
clues for tracking criminals and missing persons. Their technique was described today at the 229 th ...
Routine dental panoramic X-rays not necessary, study shows
...al X-rays they are exposed to, the better. Now, a new
study by dental researchers at the University at Buffalo has shown that one type of X-ray patients receive routinely, called the panoramic X-ray, could be used selectively in some cases instead of as a routine diagnostic tool. Results of the study w...
Forensic dentistry key in identifying victims of tsunamis, other disasters
...lt. Forensic odontologists are responding to these new
challenges with approaches to identification that ...may be a valuable source of DNA evidence, offering new
probes to solve unanswered questions and clarify unusual cases. Craniofacial reconstruction is anoth...
Cornea transplants can be improved
...h optimal health for transplantation, according to new
study led by Jonathan H. Lass, MD, principal inves...believe these data will trigger the development of new
methods, improved training and universal standards to ensure that healthier corneas are being transp...
Philanthropist Paul F. Glenn launches labs for aging research at Harvard Medical School
...tories for the Biological Mechanisms of Aging. The new
resources will serve as a magnet to attract additi...to push aging research forward more quickly and to new
levels of knowledge," said Mr. Glenn. "In pursuing the underlying molecular mechanisms involved in ...
Gene for age-related macular degeneration discovered by Yale researchers
...me variant in the CFH gene. Hoh and her team used new
genetic analysis and microscopic imaging technolog...ne we have found, but also highlights the value in new
paradigms for whole genome analysis for chronic diseases," Hoh added. "I believe that in order to fi...
New guideline tackles leading cause of mother and child death
guideline published in this week's BMJ will help t...al applauds the simplicity and practicality of the new
guideline. "We cannot be complacent in the face of the recurrent deficiencies " writes Ian Greer, Pr...
New NHS payment system 'is no panacea'
NHS payment system has already run into problems a...s week's BMJ. In April 2004 the NHS introduced its new
"payment by results" system starting with foundation hospitals, whereby providers are paid for each ...
Houston meeting kicks off collaboration to advance cancer research
...hment of a research program focused on identifying new
molecular targets for cancer diagnosis and treatme...for additional opportunities to identify promising new
anticancer agents for clinical development and to investigate new
methods for diagnosing and treatin...
Sex selection popular among infertile women
survey says a significant number of women being treated for infertility would choose the sex of their next child if given the option -- and those as yet childless would choose baby girls and boys in approximately equal numbers. "We found that 41 perc...
Drug that hinders blood vessel growth under study in ovarian cancer
...nce of ovarian cancer by inhibiting development of new
blood vessels essential to cancer growth is under ...and a principal investigator on the study. In the new
study, participants will give themselves daily subcutaneous injections of the drug for four weeks, f...
2005 Pulp Biology Research Award
... and, particularly, the target molecules such as a new
"dental" proteoglycan: osteoadherin (SLRP). His gr...dontoblasts and pulpal cells, succeeded in cloning new
genes ( Smile and Hugo ) involved in odontoblast differentiation. In addition to these new
2005 Salivary Research Award
...ignificantly to this field with his discovery of a new
family of proteins--named SCAMPs--occurring widespread in different mammalian tissues that may be important in a late step in exocytosis. Dr. Castle is also responsible for demonstrating a total of four pathways of secretion in parotid cells--the co...
2005 Pharmacology, Therapeutics, & Toxicology Research Award
... Third, his recent research on diabetes has led to new
recognition of the role of this prevalent disorder...he has established himself as a research mentor to new
generations of clinical pharmacologists. Taken together, Dr. Moore's distinguished career has led to...
2005 Oral Medicine and Pathology Research Award
...is the Editor of the journal Oral Diseases. As the new
head of the first new
dental school in Australia in nearly 60 years, he will be instrumental in developing programs that a...
Awards & fellowships at the International & American Association for Dental Research General Session
...xoSmithKline Innovation in Oral Care Awards These new
awards were designed to inspire innovation and novel research in oral care and to offer opportunities for investigators to conduct research into the development of innovative and novel compounds, biomaterials, or devices with a direct impact on the q...
Common anesthetics appear safe for developing fetal brain
... the developing brain of the fetus, according to a new
study on sheep conducted by Duke University Medica...d cell death, in developing nerve cells. For their new
experiments, the Duke team developed a model using pregnant sheep. When the sheep fetus was approxim...
Emergency clopidogrel could save thousands of lives46,000-patient heart attack trial results
... of repeat heart attacks and strokes, according to new
research presented today (Wednesday 9 March) at the American College of Cardiology annual conference. The study also established that giving the beta-blocker metoprolol as an emergency treatment for heart attacks cuts the risks of repeat heart attack...
Breakthrough in medical research: New chemotherapy gives hope to brain tumour patients
...s type of treatment. The findings are leading to a new
standard of care for patients with this fast growi...100.000. Thus in the European Union approx. 20'000 new
patients are diagnosed every year. Glioblastoma is a rapidly growing malignant brain tumour and usua...
American Academy of Neurology presents 57th Annual Meeting in Miami Beach
...oster sessions. This meeting will also introduce a new
magazine and a gala. Key science presentations wil...y, MD, will moderate a review of the most critical new
research presented during this meeting. The 57th Annual Meeting will mark the launch of new
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