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    Scientists grow cartilage to reconstruct nose

Scientists at the University of Basel report first ever successful nose reconstruction surgery using cartilage grown in the laboratory. Cartilage cells were extracted from the patient's nasal septum, multiplied and expanded onto a collagen membrane. The so-called engineered cartilage was then shaped according to the defect and implanted. The results will be published in the current edition of the academic journal "The Lancet".

   
    Injecting new design

Cutting-edge design that puts the patient first is at the heart of a new drug delivery device for multiple sclerosis (MS) sufferers. Product design and development firm Cambridge Consultants has worked with leading pharmaceutical company Novartis and medical device manufacturer Owen Mumford – plus hundreds of MS patients – to come up with the ExtaviPro® 30G auto-injector.

 
Gene-silencing study finds new targets for Parkinson's disease
Immune Response Triggered by Honeybee Venom Supports Hypothesis on the Origin of Allergies
Better preparedness against Tamiflu-resistant influenza viruses
 
 
               
         
 
 

Dyax Corp. Announces Appointment of Todd Bazemore as Chief Commercial Officer

 
   

 

Critical Pharmaceuticals, The University of Nottingham and Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust Starts First Phase I Clinical Trial on a Nano-Enabled Intranasal Teriparatide for the Treatment of Osteoporosis

 
   
 
  KCR Launches New Service Company: KCR Placement  
   

 

Vetter Launches New Clinical Syringe Packages

 

 

 

Preliminary Results for the Year Ended 31 December 2013

 

 

 

Ambuj Jain joins Cambridge Consultants to drive drug delivery growth in India

 

 

 

New Drug Application Filed for “Vemurafenib” for the Treatment of Melanoma with BRAFV600 Mutation and a Companion Diagnostic to Detect the BRAF Mutation

 

 
 
 
  A technique has been patented that opens the door to the development of new drugs against osteoporosis
 

Scientists from the University of Granada have developed a methodology that allows phosphate ions to be measured – in real time and none-invasively – in the interior of osteoblasts, the precursors of bone cells...

 
  B-cells aggravate autoimmune diseases
 

Scientists in Freiburg may have discovered a fundamental aggravating factor in autoimmune diseases. If B-lymphocytes lack the protein PTP1B, the cells will become hyperactive for stimulatory signals and can thus promote an autoimmune attack. This study offers an additional explanation to how B-cells regulate an immune response.

 
  Researchers at UGent and VIB, discovered potential novel treatment against septic shock
 

Septic shock is caused by excessive and systemic reaction of the entire body against infectious agents, in most cases of bacterial origin. The number of deaths by septic shock in intensive care units is very high and is still increasing, despite numerous large scale clinical trials.

 
  Peering into the transit pore
 

Motor commands issued by the brain to activate arm muscles take two different routes. As the research group led by Professor Silvia Arber at the University of Basel's Biozentrum and the Friedrich Miescher Institute for Biomedical Research has now discovered, many neurons in the spinal cord send their instructions not only towards the musculature...

 
  Vibrations influence the circadian clock of a fruit fly
 

It’s not just your mood that the dark months of winter can influence. Low levels of sunlight also mean lower levels of vitamin D in the body. Vitamin D deficiency can trigger a range of diseases but until recently little was known about the exact biological mechanisms behind this.

 
  Cc to the brain: how neurons control fine motor behavior of the arm
 

Motor commands issued by the brain to activate arm muscles take two different routes. As the research group led by Professor Silvia Arber at the University of Basel's Biozentrum and the Friedrich Miescher Institute for Biomedical Research has now discovered, many neurons in the spinal cord send their instructions...

 
  Here comes the sun – How vitamin D relaxes blood vessels
 

It’s not just your mood that the dark months of winter can influence. Low levels of sunlight also mean lower levels of vitamin D in the body. Vitamin D deficiency can trigger a range of diseases but until recently little was known about the exact biological mechanisms behind this.

 
New operating principle of potassium channels discovered
 

Neurons transmit information with the help of special channels that allow the passage of potassium ions. Defective potassium channels play a role in epilepsy and depression. The scientists working with Prof. Henning Stahlberg at the Biozentrum of the University of Basel have now identified the complete 3D structure of a particular potassium channel, a HCN channel. This enabled them to draw conclusions about its mechanism of action, which they describe in the current issue of “Nature Communications”.

 
Mitochondrial ribosome revealed
 

Researchers at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH) in Zurich have deciphered the structure of part of the ribosome found in mitochondria, the power plants of the cell. The scientists were able to benefit from advancements in the field of electron microscopy and capture images of the mitochondrial ribosome at a level of resolution never achieved before.

 
   
 
 
 
  
  Strategic Protein Formulation & Drug Delivery
 28-30 April 2014
Following intensified competition at market place, tightened timeline and resources, scientists are racing for the treasure hunt – searching for the fail safe protein formulate as the next blockbusters.  
 
 
 
  Nanion Starts Shipping the SyncroPatch 384 Patch Engine – a Revolutionary Instrument for Giga-Seal, Automated Patch Clamp-Based Ion Channel Drug Screening
 

The brand-new SyncroPatch 384 Patch Engine (PE) now released by Nanion Technologies propels ion channel drug discovery to a new level. Designed for seamless integration into process-automated drug screening environments, the Patch Engine is equipped with 384 patch clamp amplifiers and an advanced 384 channel liquid handling robot.

   
 
 
AdiStem Announces PhotoActivated PRP Getting Superb Results on Joint Pain

AdiStem Ltd., a provider of PhotoActivation Technology and medical solutions that assist in orthopedic, cosmetic, neurologic, pulmonary, metabolic and plastic/reconstructive surgery procedures, announces today that photoactivated PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma) prior to injection reduces pain and accelerates healing.

 
   
 
Bosch meets pharmaceutical demand for flexibility 
  Bosch Packaging Technology demonstrates its expertise in capsule filling machines with the GKF 702 for small and medium-sized batches, along with the high-performance GKF 2500 equipped with a micro dosing station. “The GKF 702 offers the same flexibility and user-friendly operation as the GKF 701, which has been successful on the market for the past nine years,” explained Product Manager Melanie Beck.
   
   
   
   
 
Microbiome/Microbiota R&D and Business Collaboration Forum
28 & 29 April 2014
 
ELA: Advances in Automation & Robotics
14-15 May 2014
 
ELA: Advances in Cellular Assays & Cell Culture
14-15 May 2014
 
ELA: Advances in NGS & Big Data
14-15 May 2014
 
ELA: Advances in qPCR & dPCR
14-15 May 2014
 
Pain Therapeutics
19th & 20th May 2014
 
 
   
   
   
   
 
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