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April 05, 2014

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9:52 AM | Lumen: la nuova bici che brilla di luce propria, visibile di notte
Il suo nome è Lumen, la bici retro riflettente che, in presenza di una luce diretta, si illumina permettendo di essere vista anche a 300 metri di distanza. E’ stata realizzata da Mission Bicycle Comapany di San Francisco ed ha…Read more →
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5:01 AM | Haploid Cell Function and Formation in Humans
The human body contains two primary types of cells: Haploid cells Diploid cells Haploid Vs Diploid – VIDEO Haploid cells pertains to the number of chromosomes found in a gamete or represents half of the normal chromosome count in a particular somatic cells. The primary difference between haploid and diploid cells are the total number […] The post Haploid Cell Function and Formation in Humans appeared first on Regeneration Center of Thailand.

April 04, 2014

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3:26 PM | Raw milk: is there room for science in food wars?
Academics and ag industry are jumping into the raw milk debate later this month by holding a one-day symposium at the University of Guelph. The symposium, titled Science to Policy, is slated for April 22, and will feature scientists and dairy producers including raw milk advocate Michael Schmidt. Conference organizers hope to look at how science should be used to inform public policy. 
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3:01 PM | Ossitocina meglio del viagra?
Secondo uno studio dell’Hannover Medical School l’ossitocina, l’ormone dell’amore, sarebbe destinato a spodestare il trono del Viagra per dare relazioni più soddisfacenti e gratificanti. Lo studio, condotto su 29 coppie e pubblicato sulla rivista Hormones and Behaviour, confermerebbe quanto sopra…Read more →
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2:22 PM | Societal and Cultural Challenges of Agricultural Biotechnology
Agriculture is a major economic driver in Alberta but like agriculture in the rest of the world, there are challenges. Farmers and ranchers have low profit margins as the retail price of food seldom reflects what the producer of the food actually gets. Urban areas in Alberta are expanding into good agricultural land making it more profitable for a farmer to sell his land than raise food on it. The world's population is expanding rapidly and over the next 2 decades or so we will need to […]
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1:35 PM | Right Turn: Autism, Stem Cells and the Tooth Fairy
. This intriguing title is not completely my own. It is a shorter version of Alysson Muotri’s  (UCSD) title from a presentation he gave to the governing Board of the California Institute of Regenerative Medicine on March 13, 2014: “Reversing Autism in the Lab with Help from Stem Cells and the Tooth Fairy.” Dr. Muotri...Read more
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1:32 PM | How Low Can You Go? Why the Brightness of NanoLuc® Matters
The new NanoLuc® Luciferase is a very small, very bright luciferase, making it ideal when you need a genetic reporter to act near physiological levels inside cells to reveal subtle regulatory events. In the chalk talk below, we illustrate why this is important with a p53/mdm2 example.   Explore more applications of NanoLuc® Luciferase Watch […]
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12:48 PM | Britian Aims to Become World Leader in Synthetic Biology
Scientists at the University of Liverpool have been awarded £2M to build a state-of-the-art DNA synthesis facility, a capability offering much needed tools for genome engineering to the academic and private sectors. This facility, named GeneMill will be part of the UK’s focus on synthetic biology, identified by the Government as one of the ‘Eight [...]
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11:55 AM | Video Podcast on Streamlining Endpoint Adjudication
Centralized endpoint adjudication is becoming increasingly important from a regulatory perspective, with both the FDA and the EMA providing commentary and guidelines in recent years. Understanding the advantages of centralized endpoint adjudication in a clinical trial, as well as the potential offered by software such as Aptiv Solutions AptivEndpointTM in combination with a central Endpoint ... continue reading
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11:20 AM | Friday SNPpets
Welcome to our Friday feature link collection: SNPpets. During the week we come across a lot of links and reads that we think are interesting, but don’t make it to a blog post. Here they are for your enjoyment… RT @dgmacarthur: http://t.co/5EvKwIKXRL is cute – take a genetics quiz and then pin yourself on the […]
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10:15 AM | FDA backs heroin overdose treatment
Evzio comes in auto injector to be used by family members or carers
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9:33 AM | AbbVie drops legal case against EMA
Accepts publication of new set of redacted Humira data
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9:09 AM | Aiutare Pompei con la tecnologia è possibile?
Sono diventate ormai frequenti le notizie riguardanti i crolli che si susseguono a Pompei. Per tale motivo, per non distruggere ulteriormente l’inestimabile valore culturale che rappresenta, si sta pensando a come evitare ulteriori danneggiamenti sfruttando le tecnologie che il mondo…Read more →
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8:49 AM | Novartis replaces execs in Japan after investigation
Finds irregular practices in clinical trials programme
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8:32 AM | NICE reverses decision to restrict Tarceva access
Roche says “voices of clinicians and patients have been heard”
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8:17 AM | Ricercatori italiani scoprono oceano di acqua liquida su Encelado, luna di Saturno
Un gruppo di ricerca composto da italiani e statunitensi ha scoperto un vero e proprio oceano di acqua liquida sotto la superficie di Encelado, una luna di Saturno. Il team, tra i quali figura l’italiano Luciano Iess, sostiene la presenza…Read more →
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8:16 AM | CDM London names Phil Bartlett as MD
He joins from McCann Health
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7:45 AM | Apple, Facebook e Google sono ecosostenibili: lo dice Greenpeace
Da sempre l’azienda di cupertino ha dimostrato di essere molto sensibile ai problemi ambientali del nostro tempo. Ora arrivano anche i riconoscimenti ufficiali, da parte di Greenpeace, che in un recente report premia apple insieme a Facebook e Google. Bocciati…Read more →
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7:34 AM | Studio: Quando è nato il sistema solare?
Un gruppo internazionale di ricercatori simula le prime fasi dell'evoluzione del Sistema solare ed ottiene nuove indicazioni sulle età di Terra e Luna con un metodo indipendente da quelli finora utilizzati in ricerche analoghe. Il lavoro pubblicato su Nature.Read more →

April 03, 2014

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11:15 PM | Fishawack buys JK Associates
Healthcare comms agency adds US-based group to portfolio
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11:00 PM | Glioblastomas - a personalised future?
Despite some recent advances treatment remains palliative
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4:00 PM | ALS Treatment (in Cells) – Too Late for Glenn, But Wonderful News
I was cutting and pasting a post about Sunday night’s episode of Call the Midwife, which was about cystic fibrosis, when a news release came in that brought me to tears. Kevin Eggan and co-workers at the Harvard Stem Cell Institute have discovered that the seizure drug Potiga (retigabine), FDA-approved in 2010, apparently tempers the hyperexcitability of neurons derived from induced pluripotent stem (iPS) cells made from patients who have amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS).… Read […]
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12:55 PM | FDA Releases Draft Guidance Concerning Distribution of Off-Label Medical Device Data
Unapproved or off-label use of medical devices is an issue that manufacturers must face with a carefully-planned strategy in order to avoid running afoul of FDA regulations. In an effort to make sure that companies don’t stray too far when discussing off-label use with physicians and other healthcare professionals, the FDA has released a new draft guidance ... continue reading
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12:00 PM | Building Computer Circuits from Slime
It might sound like science fiction, but researchers are actually exploring how to make computer circuits using slime molds. Why slime molds? It turns out that while slime molds don’t have a brain or even a nervous system, they’re able to make chemical-based decisions, and this behavior can be utilized to make some basic circuit … Continue reading »
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11:33 AM | What’s the Answer? (PPI images in compartments)
BioStar is a site for asking, answering and discussing bioinformatics questions and issues. We are members of the community and find it very useful. Often questions and answers arise at BioStar that are germane to our readers (end users of genomics resources). Every Thursday we will be highlighting one of those items or discussions here […]
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10:18 AM | Europe votes for greater clinical trial transparency
European Parliament passes new EU Clinical Trials Regulation
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10:17 AM | Pharma paid £38.5m to UK healthcare professionals in 2013
Slight decrease on 2012 figures
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9:56 AM | Merck KGaA and Pfizer collaborate on lupus
Companies team up with academics to research treatments for autoimmune disorder
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9:29 AM | Astellas uses animated bladder in campaign
Character in US advertisement for Myrbetriq constantly interrupts a woman with overactive bladder
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8:49 AM | Neurons Definition and Function of Neurotransmitters
Neurons are specialized nerve cells (also see neural cells) and responsible for relaying information via neurotransmitter release. A human brain consists of well over 100 billion neurons. A neuron is the basic building foundation of the human nervous system. Anatomy of a Neuron – VIDEO Messages for other cells or between neurons are sent across synapses in the […] The post Neurons Definition and Function of Neurotransmitters appeared first on Regeneration Center of […]
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