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Making of Mouse Marks Move Toward "Mitochondrial Medicine"


There sits in most mammalian cells what amounts to a lock-box of DNA tucked away from the bulk of genetic material. While scientists routinely cut and paste snippets of life's blueprint to learn more about life and to treat disease, crucial DNA within cellular structures known as mitochondria has ...


Ciphergen announces discovery of a potential multi-biomarker test for Alzheimer's disease using SELDI ProteinChip(R) technology


Ciphergen Biosystems, Inc. announced the discovery of a novel biomarker pattern for potential diagnostic use that correctly classified >96% of Alzheimer's Disease (AD) and >94% normal individuals using a 4 peak pattern of markers. Results were presented at the Society for Neuroscience 33rd Annual ...


New approach to autoimmune diseases


A new approach to the treatment of autoimmune diseases such as rheumatoid arthritis, diabetes and multiple sclerosis is being developed by scientists at Bristol University. The research is the subject of a lecture by Dr Neil Williams of the University's Department of Pathology and Microbiology ...


Gene Function and Drug Research Equipment Sale Scheduled


Facility Loaded with Genomics, Pharmaceutical, Medical & Research Pathology Equipment and Supplies REDWOOD CITY, Calif.- AuctioNet, announced the live and online Bidcast auction of the surplus equipment inventory to the ongoing operations of Deltagen, Inc., a provider of drug discovery tools ...


Genentech announces senior appointments in research and commercial operations


Genentech, Inc. announced today two senior appointments in the company's Research and Commercial Operations organizations: Andrew C. Chan is promoted to vice president, Research-Immunology and David Logan is promoted to vice president, Specialty Therapeutics. Andrew C. Chan, vice president, ...


Abbott Laboratories and OraSure Technologies introduce Oraquick Rapid HIV-1 antibody test

Test provides result in approximately 20 minutes using a finger-stick blood sample


Abbott Laboratories and OraSure Technologies, Inc. announced the availability of the recently approved rapid HIV-1 antibody test, OraQuick®, to hospitals, physician offices and other health care facilities in the United States. OraQuick is the first rapid, point-of-care test approved by the U.S. ...


Swiss Array Consortium Selects Silicon Genetics GeneSpring® Data Analysis Software


Redwood City, CA.May 28, 2002 - Silicon Genetics, a leader in life science informatics, today announced that the Swiss Array Consortium in Switzerland has selected its gene expression software GeneSpring® for microarray-based data analysis. The Swiss Array Consortium members who have licensed ...


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