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World's First Producer To Repair Brain Damage From Stroke

... cells. Layton Bioscience, Inc., hasperfected and patented a process that uses several chemicals to cleverlytransform this rapidly dividing cell line into fully differentiated,non-dividing neurons (LBS-Neurons) that can safely be used clinical use. Inextensive preclinical testing, transplants of LBS-Neurons...

Three INEEL Inventions Win International Recognition

...ize molten metal alloy in a specially designed and patented spraygun. This new technology promises to reduce the cost and lead time for producingtooling by a factor of five to 10, substantially shortening the time it takesindustry to get products to market. Unlike other alternative tooling approaches,RSP Tool...

Clinical Trials Announced Using Non-Invasive Innovative MRI To Diagnose Breast Tumors

...nd Mrs. Lon Morton (U.S.). The 3TP method has been patented By Yeda Research and Development Co., Weizmann's technology transfer arm. Interested in a related graphic? A 300 ppi image is available for downloading at http://www.weizmann-usa.org/degani.htm...

6,000 Pharmaceutical Scientists Convene November 15-19 In San Francisco

...pe: A leading Canadian scientist has developed and patented an oral insulin medication that's now set for human trials with the Health Protection Branch (the Canadian equivalent of the FDA). Next step -- approval in the US. Key Seminars Topics ...

World's Premier Pharmaceutical Scientists Share Latest R&D Findings

...e: A leading Canadian scientist has developed and patented an oral insulin medication that's now set for human trials with the Health Protection Branch (the Canadian equivalent of the FDA). Next step -- approval in the US. Key Seminars Topics Include: Monday, November 16 Emerging Trends in Drug Des...

New approach supercharges immunotherapy

...onal antibodies to CD3 and CD28, was developed and patented by Thompson atthe University of Chicago and Dr. Carl June at the Uniformed Services Universityof the Health Sciences. The University of Chicago's ARCH Development Corporationhas licensed the technology for development to Xcyte Therapies, based inSeat...

Promising Bone Cancer Therapy Advances To Next Level

...d in anationwide clinical trial. The newly patented nuclear medicine therapy, based on a compound calledtin-117m DTPA, was developed at the U.S. Department of Energy's BrookhavenNational Laboratory. "In preliminary clinical trials involving 47 patients, we showed that ittotally or significantl...

Help On The Way For Victims Of Paralysis

... a "nerve cuff"electrode system. It is created and patented by SFU kinesiologist Dr. AndyHoffer and his research team. These sensory cuffs are implanted around nerves under the skin, where theyrecover signals generated by skin pressure and other sensory receptors. Theythen send electrical impulses to a contr...

Treated Clothing Detoxifies Pesticides

...e processto createthe protective clothing has been patented and the technology purchased byHalosourceCorporation of Seattle, Washington. This research was funded, in part, by theNationalScience Foundation....

Ph.D. Degree Research Results In Patent For Low-Cost Pharmaceutical Filters Made From Seafood Waste

... in forest products. Glasser, who has produced and patented a number of cellulose-based separationmaterials in the past decade, including with other graduate students, iscontinuing to develop and patent chitosan-based materials and products....

Medical tip sheet for June 4 (a)

...te tissue,while protecting adjacent tissues with a patented cooling system. THERAPY SHOWS PROMISE IN PREVENTING REJECTION OF TRANSPLANTED ORGANS A therapeutic approach that appears to significantly reduce the rejection riskof transplanted organs is currently being studied in multi-center clinicaltrials but a...

Wake Forest first to apply innovative brain cancer treatment

... radiation. Clinical trials evaluating the patented cancer treatment system arebeing conducted under the guidance of the NCI's New Approaches to Brain TumorTherapy program. Other medical centers testing the device are: Johns HopkinsUniversity School of Medicine, Baltimore; Emory University School of ...

New tests for blood clots, lung cancer use NIDCR patented technology

...the FDA, were createdwith the help of a technology patented by the National Institute of Dental andCraniofacial Research. Dr. Frank Robey, a senior investigator in NIDCR'sDivision of Intramural Research, developed a chemical procedure that facilitatesthe creation of complex, custom-designed peptides and pept...

The American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists releases latest findings at Annual Meeting

... in the 1960s and 70s, scientists have developed a patented new compound that hinders sexually transmitted diseases in animals. In vitro tests suggests this new antimicrobial-contraceptive agent does not allow the transmission of the herpes simplex virus, Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV), chlamydia trachoma...

'Smart scalpel' detects cancer cells in seconds

...e amount of healthy tissue removed. In effect, the patented device would tell a surgeon when to stop cutting."We can quickly identify a cell population that has abnormal protein content, as do tumor cells, by passing only a few hundred cells - a billionth of a liter - through our device," says Paul Gourley, l...

Artificial liver moves toward commercialization

... chitosan, to improve performance of the company's patented human cell line contained within the bioreactor. (M-H. Chen, University of California, San Diego, La Jolla, Calif.; BIOT 265; Monday, March 27, 8:00 p.m.; Moscone Convention Center, Hall A and Wednesday, March 29, 6:00 p.m.; Moscone Conve...

Personalized computer program increases smokers chances for successfully quitting by more than 50 percent

...dicine. The Committed Quitters program (CQP) uses patented computer software to develop customized behavioral materials that help smokers meet the challenge of staying smoke-free. "When a person decides to quit smoking using nicotine replacement therapy, in this case Nicorette® nicotine gum, having perso...

New dental anesthetic promises better pain control for patients

...tate University researcher has patented a dental anesthetic formula that's considerably more effective than any currently available. The composition is a mix of a local anesthetic agent and a sugar alcohol. The alcohol opens the...

NIH awards grant to MetaPhore Pharmaceuticals to study novel pain treatments

...o proceed with studies on pain using the company's patented metal-based compounds. The compounds mimic the body's primary defense mechanism against oxidative damage from the free radicals derived from oxygen known as superoxide. That defense mechanism in its natural state is a family of enzymes called super...

Lifepoint reports performance results of THC detection in human saliva at American College Of Emergency Physicians

...ee and patient impairment. LifePoint licensed the patented flow immunosensor technology from the Naval Research Laboratories and owns patented and proprietary technologies on using saliva as a non-invasive test specimen. The technologies comb...

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