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BioResearch Int'l e-Newsletter for October 22, 2010
C-reactive Protein Varies According to Genetic Heritage
C-reactive protein is found in the blood and the levels rise in response to inflammation and is linked to a higher risk for heart disease.
First Molecule Created to Suppress Major Component of Cancer Gene On-Off Switch
In a new study, a team of scientists has created the first molecule able to prevent cancer genes from “hearing” internal regulatory instructions, inhibiting the cancer process at its foundation.
B Vitamins Shown to Slow Brain Shrinkage in People with Memory Problems
Daily tablets of certain B vitamins can halve the rate of brain atrophy in elderly individuals who suffer from mild memory problems, a recent study has shown.
MicroRNA Exploited to Combat Cancer
By blocking the function of microRNAs, researchers have significantly decreased the size of a cancerous tumor in a mouse model.
New Line of Culture Dishes Simplifies Stem Cell Research
A new line of energy-treated polystyrene microplates for animal component-free growth of stem cells and other fastidious cells is now available for cell biologists and other life scientists.
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Diagnostica Stago Acquires Dutch Thrombin Generation Company
Diagnostica Stago finalized the acquisition of Thrombinoscope, BV. Originally developed at Maastricht University, Thrombinoscope, researches, develops, and markets thrombin generation systems.
Biggest European Biotech Show Creates Strong Impression
Biotechnica 2010, a European networking hub for industry and science, demonstrated a stronger rate of participation from abroad, and a higher ratio of trade visitors.
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