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Women with rare twin-pregnancy complication

... are rare (occurring in around 1 in 20,000-100,000 twin pregnancies); women are usually advised to have th...e School of Medicine, London, UK, assessed 77 such twin pregnancies to establish the risks to the mother and baby of continuing the pregnancy compared with ...

With cues from nature, scientists develop new method to purify drugs

...through the membrane is five times faster than its twin enantiomer molecule, he said. In other words, the desired drug flows through the membrane faster, making it feasible to separate from it the undesired one. The experiment proves the concept of "biologically active membranes," Martin said. For such m...

Women with rare twin-pregnancy complication have 40% chance of delivering one baby

... are rare (occurring in around 1 in 20,000-100,000 twin pregnancies); women are usually advised to have th...e School of Medicine, London, UK, assessed 77 such twin pregnancies to establish the risks to the mother and baby of continuing the pregnancy compared with ...

Baxter introduces Baxject needleless transfer device at International Haemophilia Congress

...firmly secured, upside down so that the second, or twin spike, is facing downward. The placing of the second spike creates a vacuum that sets in motion the mixing, or reconstitution, process. A handle on the device allows the user to control flow. The final steps are filling the syringe for infusion. ...

Male/female health differences during life's final season

...eader, says, "In our study of older brother/sister twin pairs, we found that using a three-level severity ...to employ a matched sample of older brother/sister twin pairs to examine gender differences in health during aging. The team's analysis found that, on aver...

Physics tip sheet #9 April 17, 2002

1) Identical twin photons V. Giovannetti, L. Maccone, J. H. Shapiro, and F. N. C. Wong Physical Review Letters (Print issue: May 6, 2002) Maximally entangled photons are a prime resource for quantum teleportation, communication and cryptography. However, most techniq...

IVF children at increased risk of neurological disorders

...transferred during IVF, reducing the likelihood of twin pregnancies and low-birthweight children. There a...ese risks are largely due to the high frequency of twin pregnancies, low birthweight, and prematurity among babies born after IVF. To limit these risks, we ...

Genes are of little importance in rheumatoid arthritis

...itis: historical cohort study of Danish nationwide twin population BMJ Volume 324, pp 264-7 Genes are of little importance in the development of rheumatoid arthritis, finds a study in this week's BMJ. Researchers in Denmark surveyed over 37,000 twins about rheumatic diseases. Twin studies are one of the...

Generic vs. name brand medications

...erent but related drug, as opposed to its chemical twin generic. This can be helpful both because very similar drugs sometimes have very different prices, as well as because one drug might not have a generic equivalent, but a related drug might. That could lead to first moving the patient from one brand...

Antidepressants impair cognitive function in the elderly

...longitudinal study on this group that tracks every twin in Sweden born in 1913. Each participant was interviewed for approximately three and a half-hours using standard cognitive tests. Questions tested things such as short and long-term memory, reasoning, recognition of everyday items and simple calculat...

OHSU scientists seek to advance the study of human disease by taking steps to clone identical monkeys through embryo splitting

...he naturally occuring birth of a non-human primate twin using a lab technique called embryo splitting. The method, which has produced a healthy, female monkey named Tetra shows promise for researchers hoping to safely and speedily move discoveries from the laboratory bench to the patient's bedside. The s...

NIAID funds three Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS) Research Centers

...ion of identical and non-identicaltwins, including twin sets in which one twin has CFS and one does not. Twinstudies have been frequently used in medical research of diseases of ...

Maternal Tissue Typing Could Improve Selection Of Kidney Transplant Donors

...e achieved when the donor is the identical twin of the individual who needs a transplant. In the absence of an identical twin, other siblings, such as those who share identical HLA genes, usually provide the closest HLA match. Dr. Burlingham’s research team compared ...

What Makes Tics Tick? Clues Found In Tourette Twins' Caudates

...canner to image dopamine binding in five identical twin pairs with the disorder. In each case, the diff...almost all of the symptomatic variance within each twin pair. Previously, preoccupation with the motoric aspects of Tourette Syndrome had led researchersto...

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