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The Immune System – News and Features

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Invitrogen Announces Broad Kinase Screening Agreement with Locus Pharmaceuticals

Screening program will utilize Invitrogen's SelectScreen™ platform
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Nanotechnology Shows Early Promise to Treat Cardiovascular Disease

Employing nanoengineered molecules called “nanolipoblockers” as frontline infantry against harmful cholesterol, is showing promise in early laboratory studies.
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New Study Reveals Signaling Pathways Required for Expansion of Pancreas Stem Cells

A team of scientists has published a new study of important signaling pathways that are required for the expansion of pancreas stem cells.
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Lumera Receives Order from BRI for a ProteomicProcessor Biosensor

Researcher team at Baylor Research Institute plans to use the ProteomicProcessor™ to measure serum protein levels.
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Inovio Acquires Rights to Augment Patent Estate for Electroporation-Assisted DNA Delivery

The rights Inovio has licensed include two patents with broad claims regarding electroporation of nucleic acids in muscle.
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Alexion's Antibody Therapy Shown Effective in Model for Severe Allergic Asthma

Findings show treatment with anti-C5 complement antibody reduced airway inflammation when used with standard nebulizer.
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Researchers Find Tumor Stem Cells are Good Models for Brain Tumor Research

Stem cell lines derived directly from human glioblastoma brain tumors are a better model to study the biology and physiology of glioblastomas.
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FDA Grants Biovest International Fast Track Status for BiovaxID™

Biovest is now eligible to submit a biologics license application (BLA) on a rolling basis.
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Laureate and Iconic Announce Immunoprotein Manufacturing Agreement

Laureate to cGMP manufacture hI-con1 protein to be used by Iconic in clinical trials for treatment of macular degeneration and cancer.
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Interfering RNA Silences Genes in 'Slippery' Immune Cells

Researchers combine laboratory technologies in using RNA interference to manipulate human T cells.
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