Multiple Sclerosis Symptoms May Begin Long Before Diagnosis
Years before they are diagnosed, persons with multiple sclerosis (MS) make significantly more visits to doctors and hospitals than others. Specialists have recently discussed whether this might represent a preliminary phase of MS – known as a prodrome. New research suggests the complaints may relate to unrecognized early clinical MS events.
Beckman Announces Sale of Minority Interest in Agencourt Personal Genomics
Beckman Coulter acquired shares of APG in conjunction with its acquisition of Agencourt Bioscience in May 2005.
Culture of Human Embryonic Stem Cells for Therapeutic Use
Research shows that human embryonic stem cells can be grown using Tissue Therapies' VitroGro®.
Xerox Scientist Describes Experiments to Optimize Printheads for Solid Ink Printers
Findings could improve processes for DNA testing, soldering circuit boards and other applications.
Defining Genome-Wide Regulatory Events in Leukaemia Progression
Applied Biosystems’ Expression Array System has been used to understand gene regulatory events.
CalbaTech Contributes to key Effort Supporting Stem Cell Research to Cure Diabetes
CalbaTech subsidiary LifeStem, Inc., contributed five Stem Cell Microbank™ services to the Los Angeles chapter of the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation.
Bruker Daltonics and Protein Discovery Announce Co-Marketing Agreement
Companies collaborate on introducing scientists to the protein biomarker discovery capabilities of MALDI molecular imaging mass spectrometry.
Benitec Provides Additional Context on RNAi Study Published in Nature
The study was intended to test the limits of RNAi expression with respect to safety and efficacy.
Xenomics to Present the Transrenal DNA Diagnostic Technology at General Meeting of the ASM
Dr. Samuil Umansky reviews applications to tuberculosis at special session titled 'The Clinical Frontier'.
Unleashed Informatics Announce Software Development Collaboration
Unleashed Informatics have established a BIND software development collaboration with the College of Life Sciences at Zhejiang University, Hangzhou, China.
RNAi Global Initiative Members Advance Standards for Genome-Wide RNAi Research in Second Meeting
Dharmacon and 14 leading research institutes collaborate to accelerate biomedical discovery using Genome-Wide siRNA library.