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Image: H2AX foci following gamma irradiation for measurement of DNA (Photo courtesy of the [US] National Institutes of Health).

New ELISA Kit Measures Drug-Induced DNA Breaks

A gamma H2AX pharmacodynamic assay kit for the study of double strand DNA breaks through the detection of the phosphorylated histone, gamma-H2AX, is now available for drug developers as well as biotech and other life science researchers.  More...
07 Sep 2014

Bladder Tissue Regeneration Strategy Developed Using Anti-inflammatory Nanomolecules

New nanotechnology has been developed that may protect the body against inflammatory reactions.  More...
07 Sep 2014
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Image: Co-Lead author of the study, Livia Eberlin, PhD, operating a DESI-MS system (Photo courtesy of Purdue News Service).

Desorption Electrospray Ionization Mass Spectrometry Imaging Guides Removal of Brain Tumors

US researchers have developed an imaging system that rapidly and accurately detects a molecular marker found in brain gliomas. The technology has the potential to optimize the precision of these difficult surgeries by enabling the total removal of the tumor, while reducing residual damage to brain tissue and neural function.  More...
03 Sep 2014

Assessing Myeloma Progression Using Calcium Isotope Analysis

Scientists are revealing how an Earth science research principle can be used in biomedical situations to predict the development of disease.   More...
02 Sep 2014

White-Matter Deficits Found in Codeine-Containing Cough Syrup Users

A magnetic resonance imaging study of chronic users of codeine-containing cough syrups has found deficits in specific regions of brain white matter and linked these changes with increased impulsivity in codeine-containing cough syrup users.  More...
01 Sep 2014
Image: The Taung Child fossil at the Evolutionary Studies Institute at Wits University (Photo courtesy of Wits University).

CT Scan Casts Doubt on Hominid Child’s Brain Development Is Similar to That of Modern Humans

By undergoing advanced CT scanning, the skull of the famous fossil child is providing evidence for researchers against the human evolutionary hypotheses that the hominid Australopithecus africanus shows the same cranial adaptations found in modern human infants and toddlers.  More...
01 Sep 2014

Genome-Wide Mutation-Searching Computational Software Designed for Genomic Medicine

Analysis software cross-references a patient’s symptoms with his genome sequence to help physicians in the diagnosis of disease.   More...
31 Aug 2014

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