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NMR Fine-Tuned for High-Content Metabolomics Scree...

Scientists report on the development of a nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR)-based method forscreening the metabolomic response of drug-treated mammalian cells to drug therapy. TheSanford-Burnham Medical Research Institute, and Rady Children’s Hospital investigators, say the highly sensitive, fast, and simple method is carried out in 96-well format, and could have particular utility as a method for high-throughput primary...

Ancient Chinese cures translate into modern Wester...

The Chem-TCM is the most comprehensive database of its kind and translates more than 12,000 chemicals from more than 300 Chinese herbs used in traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) into Western terminology. “Future researchers will now be able to better understand the chemical basis of remedies that have been in use for thousands of years,” says David Barlow of King’s College London (KCL), who has helped to...

XXI Century Database of Traditional Chinese Medici...

October 18, 2011 A comprehensive database developed by King’s College London researchers that features the chemical components found in traditional Chinese medicines has been released to market this month, allowing researchers to explore age-old remedies in the search for tomorrow’s new drugs. Provided under licence to Tim Tec LLC, a US-based life science supplier company, the ‘Chem-TCM’ database is the most...

Body & Mind – HEALTH U.S. Doctor Cautio...

A New York City-based infectious disease specialist said a new vaccine developed by Spanish scientists, which could turn HIV into minor infection status, is reason to be cautiously optimistic. Dr. Joseph Rahimian said Thursday news of an HIV vaccine is certainly exciting, but questions remain. “An HIV vaccine has been the holy grail for infectious disease doctors for a very long time,” Rahimian said. “ There are a...

Insulin May Help Treat Alzheimer’s

Researchers are investigating insulin as a possible treatment for Alzheimer’s disease, and in a preliminary study, the results look promising.A study in the journal Archives of Neurology suggests that intranasal insulin – that is, delivered through the nose – may help with cognition and functioning in patients who have both mild and more severe dementia.It’s premature to think of this as a...

7TH DUESSELDORF SYMPOSIUM ON IMMUNOTOXICOLOGY Biol...

Heinrich Heine University Duesseldorf September 21 – 24, 2011 AhR research has taken great momentum recently, with a number of seminal discoveries, especially regarding its role in physiological events. This has opened new arenas, attracted new groups into the field, and led to a steep interest in the potential of AhR as a therapeutic target for the immune...
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