Blame it on the Olympics, Hurricane Ike, or the economic downturn, but the acetonitrile shortage is real. But, industry suppliers offer alternatives to keep your chromatography programs running smoothly.
Federal health officials say a Johnson & Johnson drug helps prevent deadly blood clots in patients getting hip or knee replacement, but it also carries a risk of serious internal bleeding.
TauTaTis, Inc. announced that its lead compound for inhibition of tau protein pathology has been recognized as the most potent inhibitor of the activity of the Parkinson's Disease gene LRRK2 reported to date.
Researchers have determined that two of the most commonly prescribed anti-seizure medications may lead to increased levels of cholesterol, C-reactive protein, and other markers of cardiovascular disease risk.
A novel signaling pathway plays a significant role in the production of aldosterone, a hormone that promotes heart failure after a myocardial infarction.
Scientists in Singapore and the US have found that a microRNA, named microRNA-125b, is a novel regulator of p53, an important protein that safeguards cells against cancers.
Researchers have discovered a mode of action for mysterious but diagnostic protein snarls found in the brains of Alzheimer's patients that suggests a one-two punch of therapy may be needed to combat the neurodegenerative disease.
Instead of a dreaded injection with a needle, someday getting vaccinated against disease may be as pleasant as drinking a yogurt smoothie.
Scientists at The University of Nottingham have uncovered a vital new biological clue that could lead to more effective treatments for a children’s brain tumor.
A new study from the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine has identified genes associated with the BRCA1 protein and their involvement in the DNA repair pathway.
A computerized method of testing could help health officials better identify flu vaccines that are effective against multiple strains of the disease.
Researchers from Thomas Jefferson University have identified a protein that appears to play a significant role in the growth and migration of prostate cancer cells, especially androgen-independent prostate cancer cells.
A new study by Brigham Young University researchers on the virus behind nearly half of all cold infections explains how and where evolution occurs in the rhinovirus genome and what this means for possible vaccines.
Roche announced that it has signed a definite agreement under which Roche will acquire 100% of innovatis.
A team of researchers, led by Columbia University Medical Center faculty, has identified a new investigational therapy for the treatment of bladder cancer.