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Neuroimaging – News and Features

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LabCorp Licenses Technology for Early Detection of Lung Cancer from Duke University

LabCorp enters into an exclusive license agreement to commercialize Duke's new blood-based assay for early detection of lung cancer.
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Brain Imaging and Genetic Studies Link Thinking Patterns to Addiction

In a study comparing brain activity of sober alcoholics and non-addicted people making financial decisions, the group of sober alcoholics showed more impulsive neural activity.
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Gamma Medica-Ideas and Mayo Clinic Collaborate on new Breast Cancer Research Project

Multi-site clinical trial to study GM-I’s LumaGEM® Molecular Breast Imaging (MBI) technology for early detection, diagnosis and treatment of breast cancer.
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Researchers Awarded $37M to Identify Genes and Other Risk Factors that Influence the Development of COPD

The multi-institutional study will seek to identify the genetic, epidemiological and radiological characteristics of COPD to find more effective treatments.
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Aastrom Announces Positive Interim Results from Phase I/II Study Involving use of Vascular Repair Cells in Patients with Critical Limb Ischemia

Early clinical data supporting use of Aastrom Bone Repair Cells (BRCs) in treatment of osteonecrosis of the femoral head also presented.
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New Research Published on Impact of Targeting on Biodistribution and Efficacy of siRNA Using Calando Pharmaceuticals siRNA Delivery Technology

The study used positron-emission tomography and bioluminescent imaging to quantify biodistribution and function in mice of siRNA nanoparticles formulated with Calando's proprietary polymer technology for delivering siRNA and other nucleic acids.
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Moffitt Selects Microsoft's Azyxxi to Help Drive Personalized Cancer Treatment

Software to save years in research that aligns patients and treatments.
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Geron Scientists Demonstrate Improved Heart Function Using Embryonic Stem Cells in Mice

Data demonstrate human cardiac cell survival in infarct zone, resulting in improved cardiac structure and contractile function.
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Gene Predicts Better Outcome as Cortex Normalizes in Teens with ADHD

Brain areas that control attention were thinnest in children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder who carried a particular version of a gene in a study by NIMH.
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New Technology Helping to Advance CellCyte Genetics' Stem Cell Therapy Products

Imaging technology used to advance the discovery and development of stem cell therapeutic products that will make delivery of the cells to specific organs much more specific and efficient.
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