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(Date:6/17/2015)... , June 17, 2015 QIAGEN ... launched new Investigator ® STR assay kits for analysis ... United States . The new genetic fingerprint kits provide ... (short tandem repeats or STRs) for DNA matching. They incorporate ... of DNA in each sample, a novel QIAGEN technology that ...
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(Date:6/16/2015)... -- With the increasing number and severity of data breaches ... recent compromise of Federal employee data from OPM,s ... government agencies. HYPR Corp. announced today that ... has been submitted for testing and approval of Federal ... tamper proofing. The proliferation of security ...
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... making good on the second phase of a plant fuel research ... Joshua Yuan, Texas A&M AgriLife Research plant pathologist., ... was granted $1.8 million for Phase I by the DOE in ... scientist said his research is moving ahead so quickly that he ...
... model for a genetic eye disease, and shows how animal ... can yield valuable information about the human brain. The findings ... Society for Neuroscience and the world,s largest source of emerging ... long been central in how we understand the human brain, ...
... Natural organisms and systems have done well at evolving ... set by nature and physics. That is one ... at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, studies snails. Snails ... various surfaces, be it sand, shells, tree barks or ...
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(Date:6/30/2015)... Tennessee (PRWEB) , ... June ... ... of CorrectChemo®, the drug response profiling test to help oncologists provide personalized ... , “The CorrectChemo® assay provides the oncologist with valuable insight on ...
(Date:6/30/2015)... ... June 30, 2015 , ... iData ... has launched a new reimbursement insurance policy tracking and analysis service. Reimbursement ... insurance policy and rate updates in real-time from hundreds of insurance companies covering ...
(Date:6/30/2015)... ... June 30, 2015 , ... Micro Com ... provides high quality record management services for patient records. Medical imaging includes services ... by physicians and clinics. , With the increase in the acceptance level ...
(Date:6/30/2015)... Angeles, California (PRWEB) , ... June 30, 2015 ... ... applauds Congressmen Joe Kennedy III (D-MA) and Danny Davis (D-IL) for writing ... speed up its investigation into the nation’s largest behavioral healthcare system, Universal Health ...
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... Jenifer Goodwin HealthDay Reporter , WEDNESDAY, June ... in the development of alopecia areata, a disorder that ... genes are already associated with other autoimmune diseases, including ... may already be in the pipeline that could benefit ...
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... 2010 The Florida Biomedical Research Program has awarded ... from the Florida campus of The Scripps Research Institute. ... an associate professor in the Scripps Research Department of ... Bannister, assistant professor of medicinal chemistry and associate scientific ...
... the Stanford University School of Medicine have identified a ... because the existence of such a cell in the ... It may also explain why current immunotherapies are largely ... "These cells lack the traditional melanoma cell surface ...
... Dotinga HealthDay Reporter , WEDNESDAY, June 30 (HealthDay News) ... much later on in life, a new study suggests it might ... Canadian researchers believe they,ve found a link between exercise in adolescence ... The study doesn,t definitively prove that exercise lowers the risk of ...
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