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  1. BIO Praises 21st Century Cures Initiative discussion draft.Read the original story

    5 min ago | ThomasNet

    ... a public policy environment that encourages the use of 21st century scientific tools, advancements in molecular biology, and novel bioinformatics to continuously develop and improve upon therapies that can prevent, diagnose and treat all stages of ...


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    9 min ago | WBZT-AM West Palm Beach

    Q&A - Regarding my medical perspective, Why Clinton & Carson won't soon announce, What to do with your 401k & more: For the longest time I have kept my silence on your belief on genetic predisposition. I ask where is the root of this belief? Yesterday, Jim touched on the heart study.


  3. Branswell: H7N9 bird flu case confirmed in second BC patientRead the original story w/Photo

    10 min ago | Crofs Blogs

    Via CBC News British Columbia, Helen Branswell of The Canadian Press writes: H7N9 bird flu case confirmed in 2nd B.C. patient - British Columbia . Excerpt: The unidentified man and his wife are believed to have contracted the virus during a recent trip to China.


  4. AbbVie's Viekira Pak Has Caught Everyone's AttentionRead the original story w/Photo

    24 min ago | Seeking Alpha

    With the backing of blockbuster Humira and canceling its decision to buy Shire, we think dividend growth investors are in for a treat. Shares are trading below the midpoint of the fair value range, and its recent entrance into HCV could be the catalyst to drive price-to-fair value convergence.


  5. Nuvo Research announces topline results from WF10 Phase 2 allergic rhinitis clinical trialRead the original story w/Photo

    37 min ago | Medical News

    Nuvo Research Inc. , a specialty pharmaceutical company with a diverse portfolio of topical and immunology products, today announced the results of its 16-week, double-blind, placebo-controlled, Phase 2 clinical trial conducted in Germany to compare the safety and efficacy of WF10 and its main constituents with saline in patients with refractory allergic rhinitis and to compare the safety and efficacy of WF10 and its main constituents. The study included three active arms : a) WF10; b) WF10 with chlorate and sulphate removed; and c) WF10 with chlorite and sulphate removed.


  6. Should 'High T' determine eligibility for women's sports?Read the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Fox News

    According to controversial new regulations, female athletes with as much testosterone in their blood as some men are not allowed to compete in women's sporting events. In 2011 and 2012, the International Association of Athletics Federations and the International Olympic Committee implemented new rules barring a female from competing in the women's category if her blood testosterone level is above 10 nanomoles of testosterone per liter .


  7. Physician V.W. Rayne's New Book 'Twisted Venom' Explores Modern...Read the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | PRWeb

    Based on her profession as a physician, Raynes explores the power of this question using her experience in cancer diagnostics and therapy in her new thriller "Twisted Venom." Introducing readers to medical studies in an interesting way, Raynes integrates genetic mutation with eroticism, evil and revenge while highlighting the possibilities of undiscovered medical advancements.


  8. Shared symptoms of Chikungunya virus, rheumatoid arthritis may cloud diagnosisRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | EurekAlert!

    A mosquito-borne virus that has spread to the Caribbean and Central and South America and has caused isolated infections in Florida often causes joint pain and swelling similar to that seen in patients with rheumatoid arthritis. Researchers at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis also found that blood tests of patients with the Chikungunya virus and those with rheumatoid arthritis can produce similar results.


  9. Microscopic Force Increased at the University of Limerick Supported by NT-MDTRead the original story

    Tuesday Jan 27 | ThomasNet

    LIMERICK, Ireland The University of Limerick has received one of Europe's most powerful microscopes supported by NT-MDT, a world-leading manufacturer of atomic force based microscopes . NT-MDT recently installed a unique Atomic Force Microscope with RAMAN, TERS, and SNOM capabilities .


  10. Data, Science and Systems Librarian at Mount Allison UniversityRead the original story

    56 min ago | DigitalKoans

    Provision of subject liaison support, including in-depth research assistance, for the Sciences (Aviation, Biology, Chemistry and Biochemistry, Environmental Science, Mathematics and Computer Science, Physics and Astronomy, and Psychology). . . . ...


  11. DNA nanoswitches reveal how life's molecules connectRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | R & D

    ... said Wyss Institute Founding Director Donald Ingber, MD, PhD, who is also the Judah Folkman Professor of Vascular Biology at Boston Children's Hospital and Harvard Medical School and a Professor of Bioengineering at Harvard SEAS. "Biomedical ...


  12. Edward O. WilsonRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | NNDB

    American entomologist Edward O. Wilson is a founder of the science of evolutionary psychology, and a renowned authority on sociobiology. He is the world's foremost expert on social insects, such as ants, bees, termites, and wasps, and A- believing that no species, not even our own, should be excluded from evolutionary analysis A- he has extended his field of research to include the role biology plays in the evolution of human society.


  13. New Peanut Allergy Treatment Shows PromiseRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Live Science

    ... University's Science, Health and Environmental Reporting Program. She also holds a Bachelor of Science in molecular biology and a Master of Science in biology from the University of California, San Diego.


  14. The future of precision immunologyRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | PhysOrg Weblog

    In his State of the Union address, President Obama announced a new precision medicine initiative to work on finding a cure for cancer and other diseases. Howard L. Kaufman, a leading immunotherapy expert from Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey recently shared his thoughts in the Journal of Clinical Oncology on the progress doctors have made in precision immunology - a type of precision medicine that involves creating a profile of a patient's immune system to fight disease.


  15. Sequencing genetic duplications could aid clinical interpretationRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | PhysOrg Weblog

    Most genetic duplications examined by Emory geneticists are found in tandem orientation. The researchers also identified fusion genes, which could have complex effects.


  16. Genes decide colour diversity in coral reefsRead the original story

    4 hrs ago |

    ... ful in the most light exposed colony parts," Wiedenmann informed. The finding that appeared in the journal Molecular Biology suggests that the repertoire of reef corals' stress responses is larger than previously thought.


  17. Synaptic Super Bowl: A Touching Serotonin (5HT) Update ~ New on the...Read the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | PRWeb

    Good hands are shaped by one's serotonin system and will likely influence this year's Super Bowl. In four short science tales based on new research from the National Institutes of Health , one reads of serotonin research on brains, guts, attention and massage therapy.


  18. 'Healthy' fat tissue could be key to reversing type 2 diabetesRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Medical News Today

    Preventing inflammation in obese fat tissue may hold the key to preventing or even reversing type 2 diabetes , new research has found. Researchers from Melbourne's Walter and Eliza Hall Institute, with colleagues from the RIKEN Institute, Japan, found they could 'reverse' type 2 diabetes in laboratory models by dampening the inflammatory response in fat tissue.


  19. Epigenetic drug boosts chemotherapy's efficacy in some lung cancersRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Medical News Today

    An existing drug may help some patients with non-small-cell lung cancer whose tumors have become resistant to chemotherapy , finds a study from Boston Children's Hospital and the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute . The findings, in human cancer cells and in mice, suggest a window of vulnerability in NSCLC, the leading cause of cancer-related deaths worldwide.1 The work was published online by the journal Nature.


  20. Research reveals key protein structure, paves way for better anti-anxiety drugsRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Medical News

    ... to determine," said Shelagh Ferguson-Miller, University Distinguished Professor of biochemistry and molecular biology. "Drugs and other compounds bind to TSPO, but without knowing the structure, their effects are hard to interpret. Now that we've ...