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Biogen Idec 2014 Revenues Increase 40% to $9.7 Billion
CNBC - 1/29/2015
Performance led by continued growth in MS portfolio Four new treatments launched, including two in hemophilia, a new therapeutic area Pipeline programs advance in Multiple Sclerosis, Spinal Muscular
Biogen Idec (BIIB) Q4 2014 Results - Earnings Call Webcast Seeking Alpha
BIOGEN IDEC : 2014 Revenues Increase 40% to $9.7 Billion 4 Traders
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Global Stem Cells Group and Regenestem Network Announce Launch...
San Francisco Chronicle - 1/29/2015
Regenestem Network announces the launch of a new stem cell treatment facility in Oaxaca, Mexico. The new, state-of-the-art regenerative medicine facility will provide stem cell treatments to patients
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New Evidence Shows Genetic Testing May Help Target Use of Antidepressants
Reuters - 1/29/2015
Genomind Collaborates With Thomas Jefferson University Using Genetic Testing to Provide Clues as to Why Patients Have Different Responses and Side Effects With Antidepressants KING OF PRUSSIA,
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How Sequencing Foods' DNA Could Help Us Prevent Diseases
Wired News - 1/29/2015
What’s almost as important to life as food? Food safety. Last year, in the US, according to the CDC , one in six people were affected by food-borne diseases, resulting in 128,000 hospitalizations, 3,000
How Sequencing Foods’ DNA Could Help Us Prevent Diseases Wired News
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New York Genome Center to Host Mid Atlantic Bio Angels' 1st Pitch Life Science Events
Reuters - 1/29/2015
NEW YORK, Jan. 29, 2015 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Mid Atlantic Bio Angels (MABA) announces today that the New York Genome Center (NYGC) will be the host sponsor of all 2015 1st Pitch Life Science events at
New York Genome Center to Host Mid Atlantic Bio Angels' 1st Pitch.. ADVFN Australia
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MS Stem Cell Trial Begins
CBC - 1/29/2015
A pioneering study at the Ottawa Hospital offers new hope to MS patients using stem cells.
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Ottawa, Winnipeg researchers to test stem cell treatment on MS patients
Metro Canada - 1/29/2015
Two Canadian research centres are gearing up for a clinical trial to determine if a type of stem cell can help alleviate the symptoms of multiple sclerosis. Researchers at the Ottawa Hospital and Winnipeg’s
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Erratum: Onco-proteogenomics: cancer proteomics joins forces with genomics
Nature Methods - 1/29/2015
Nature Methods | Corrigendum Corrigendum: From genes to protein mechanics on a chip Next article Nature Methods | Erratum Erratum: Light microscopy with lattices
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Selecting causal genes from genome-wide association studies via functionally coherent
Nature Methods - 1/29/2015
Citation Results Murat Taan Gabriel Musso Tong Hao Marc Vidal Calum A MacRae & Frederick P Roth Nature Methods
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Corrigendum: From genes to protein mechanics on a chip
Nature Methods - 1/29/2015
Nat. Methods 11 , 1127 – 1130 ( 2014 ); published online 7 September 2014 ; corrected after print 5 November 2014 In the version of this article initially published, the grant “European Research
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Genetic targeting of chemical indicators in vivo
Nature Methods - 1/29/2015
Nature Methods 12, 137 (2015). doi:10.1038/nmeth.3207 Authors: Guoying Yang, Fernanda de Castro Reis, Mayya Sundukova, Sofia Pimpinella, Antonino Asaro, Laura Castaldi, Laura Batti, Daniel Bilbao,
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DNA nanoswitches: a quantitative platform for gel-based biomolecular interaction
Nature Methods - 1/29/2015
Nature Methods 12, 123 (2015). doi:10.1038/nmeth.3209 Authors: Mounir A Koussa, Ken Halvorsen, Andrew Ward & Wesley P Wong We introduce a nanoscale experimental platform that enables kinetic and
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Orchestrating high-throughput genomic analysis with Bioconductor
Nature Methods - 1/29/2015
Nature Methods 12, 115 (2015). doi:10.1038/nmeth.3252 Authors: Wolfgang Huber, Vincent J Carey, Robert Gentleman, Simon Anders, Marc Carlson, Benilton S Carvalho, Hector Corrada Bravo, Sean Davis,
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Neuroscience: All-optical electrophysiology in behaving animals
Nature Methods - 1/29/2015
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Imaging: A multifocal approach to whole-cell super-resolution imaging Nature Methods
Points of view: Temporal data Nature Methods
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Microbiology: Community organizers
Nature Methods - 1/29/2015
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Stem cells: Reprogramming methods compared Nature Methods
Genomics: Timed CRISPR action enhances homology-driven repair Nature Methods
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Genomics: CRISPR gain-of-function screens
Nature Methods - 1/29/2015
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BEEF Seedstock 100 shows how genetics providers help their customers compete
Beef Online - 1/29/2015
“What are you doing today to prepare for when cattle prices are lower?” asks Lee Leachman, CEO of Leachman Cattle of Colorado, Wellington. “Some are using the current high prices to justify production
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Utility of next generation sequencing in genetic diagnosis of early onset neuromuscular
Journal of Medical Genetics - 1/29/2015
Abstract Background Neuromuscular disorders are a clinically, pathologically, and genetically heterogeneous group. Even for the experienced clinician, an accurate
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Two Canadian centres to test stem cells in MS patients
Metro Canada - 1/29/2015
TORONTO – Two Canadian research centres are gearing up for a clinical trial to determine if a type of stem cell can help alleviate the symptoms of multiple sclerosis. Researchers at the Ottawa Hospital
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Ottawa Hospital leads Canadian clinial trial on stem cell therapy in MS patients
CTV News - 1/29/2015
People with Multiple Sclerosis are holding out great hope tonight over clinical trials that will begin right here in Ottawa. It's part of an international study into special stem cells that have the ability
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Trial to test stem cells in MS patients
Metro Canada - 1/29/2015
TORONTO – Two Canadian research centres are gearing up for a clinical trial to determine if a type of stem cell can help alleviate the symptoms of multiple sclerosis. Researchers at the Ottawa Hospital
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AstraZeneca plc (ADR) Signs Up For Four Collaborations To Enhance Genome-Editing
Bidness Etc - 1/29/2015
AstraZeneca plc (ADR) ( NYSE:AZN) , the UK pharmaceutical giant, on Thursday announced its decision to collaborate with four top scientific institutes to take advantage of their expertise in CRISPR –
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Early Membrane Responses to Magnetic Particles are Predictors of Particle Uptake
Particle and Particle Systems Characterization - 1/29/2015
Magnetic particles (MPs) offer several advantages for neural cell therapy, but limited particle uptake by neural cells is a barrier to translation. It is recently proved that tailoring particle physicochemical
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Effects of the deletion and over-expression of Fusarium graminearum gene FgHal2
Molecular Plant Pathology - 1/29/2015
Summary The mycovirus Fusarium graminearum virus 1 (FgV1) is associated with reduced virulence (hypovirulence) of Fusarium graminearum . Transcriptomic and proteomic expression profiling have shown
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2500 in UK at risk to transmit mitochondrial disease to their children: Research
Times of India - 1/29/2015
LONDON: Almost 2,500 women of child-bearing age in the UK are at risk of transmitting mitochondrial disease to their children, according to the most recent estimates published today. Researchers at the
2500 in UK at risk to transmit mitochondrial disease to their children Research Big News Network
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