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    EPOCH of Weston director: Understanding GMOs - Wicked Local Wayland
      In the past, genetic modifications were accomplished through years and years of selective breeding. However, now, scientists can use genetic engineering to manipulate an organism's genetic code through molecular biology techniques ....more | Save |  Share  Email 1st Sep 2014 
     
    Bioinformatics Market: A fusion of Computers and Biological Data - DigitalJournal.com
      Bioinformatics refers to an interdisciplinary approach to store, retrieve, organize and analyze biological and genetic data. A major part of this field comprises of the activity of developing software tools to generat ....more | Save |  Share  Email 1st Sep 2014 
     
    Genomics Database to Change Hands - TheCattleSite
      TheCattleSite NEW ZEALAND - A producer research and development organisation is set to acquire a genomics database said to be worth 310 million dollars to New Zealand dairying annually. The Ministry for Primary Industries granted consent for the transfer ....more | Save |  Share  Email 1st Sep 2014 
     
    Medical center opens neuroscience institute - News & Observer
      FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. - Being No. 1 isn't always best, and Washington Regional Medical Center hopes to help knock Arkansas off the top of the stroke mortality list. The medical system opened the Northwest Arkansas Neuroscience In ....more | Save |  Share  Email 31st Aug 2014 
     
    Medical center opens neuroscience institute - The State
      FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. - Being No. 1 isn't always best, and Washington Regional Medical Center hopes to help knock Arkansas off the top of the stroke mortality list. The medical system opened the Northwest Arkansas Neuroscience Institut ....more | Save |  Share  Email 31st Aug 2014 
     
    Medical center opens neuroscience institute - Sacramento Bee
      FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. -- Being No. 1 isn't always best, and Washington Regional Medical Center hopes to help knock Arkansas off the top of the stroke mortality list. The medical system opened the Northwest Arkansas Neuroscience In ....more | Save |  Share  Email 31st Aug 2014 
     
    Medical center opens neuroscience institute - Washington Times
      FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. (AP) - Being No. 1 isn't always best, and Washington Regional Medical Center hopes to help knock Arkansas off the top of the stroke mortality list. The medical system opened the Northwest Arkansas Neuroscie ....more | Save |  Share  Email 31st Aug 2014 
     
    The genetics of common epilepsies: common or distinct?
      In The Lancet Neurology, the International League Against Epilepsy Consortium on Complex Epilepsies reports the first meta-analysis of genome-wide association studies (GWAS) in common epilepsies, following a route of large-scale collaborations familiar to many other groups of chronic diseases. The ....more | Save |  Share  Email 31st Aug 2014 
     
    The challenge and promise of anti-epileptic therapy development in animal models
      Translation of successful target and compound validation studies into clinically effective therapies is a major challenge, with potential for costly clinical trial failures. This situation holds true for the epilepsies-complex diseases with different causes and symptoms. Although the availability o ....more | Save |  Share  Email 31st Aug 2014 
     
    Multiple sclerosis in children: an update on clinical diagnosis, therapeutic strategies, and research
      The clinical features, diagnostic challenges, neuroimaging appearance, therapeutic options, and pathobiological research progress in childhood-and adolescent-onset multiple sclerosis have been informed by many new insights in the past 7 years. National programmes in several countries, collaborative ....more | Save |  Share  Email 31st Aug 2014 
     
    Allodynia and hyperalgesia in neuropathic pain: clinical manifestations and mechanisms
      Allodynia (pain due to a stimulus that does not usually provoke pain) and hyperalgesia (increased pain from a stimulus that usually provokes pain) are prominent symptoms in patients with neuropathic pain. Both are seen in various peripheral neuropathies and central pain disorders, and affect 15-50% ....more | Save |  Share  Email 31st Aug 2014 
     
    Prevalence of sleep deficiency and use of hypnotic drugs in astronauts before, during, and after spaceflight: an observational study
      Sleep deficiency in astronauts was prevalent not only during space shuttle and ISS missions, but also throughout a 3 month preflight training interval. Despite chronic sleep curtailment, use of sleep-promoting drugs was pervasive during spaceflight. Because chronic sleep loss leads to performance d ....more | Save |  Share  Email 31st Aug 2014 
     
    Adipokines: a link between obesity and dementia?
      Being overweight or obese, as measured with body-mass index or central adiposity (waist circumference), and the trajectory of body-mass index over the life course have been associated with brain atrophy, white matter changes, disturbances of blood-brain barrier integrity, and risk of all-cause late ....more | Save |  Share  Email 31st Aug 2014 
     
    Safety and efficacy of LY2951742, a monoclonal antibody to calcitonin gene-related peptide, for the prevention of migraine: a phase 2, randomised, double-blind, placebo-controlled study
      These results provide preliminary evidence that LY2951742 might be beneficial in migraine prevention and provide support for the role of calcitonin gene-related peptide in the pathogenesis of migraine. Further controlled studies are needed to assess the safety and efficacy of monoclonal calcitonin ....more | Save |  Share  Email 31st Aug 2014 
     
    Genetic determinants of common epilepsies: a meta-analysis of genome-wide association studies
      This meta-analysis describes a new locus not previously implicated in epilepsy and provides further evidence about the genetic architecture of these disorders, with the ultimate aim of assisting in disease classification and prognosis. The data suggest that specific loci can act pleiotropically rai ....more | Save |  Share  Email 31st Aug 2014 
     
    News in brief
      Intravenous altaplase is approved for the treatment of acute ischaemic stroke up to 45 h after symptom onset in Europe but only up to 3 h in the USA. Findings from a meta-analysis of individual patient data (N=6756) from nine randomised trials of thrombolysis provide further support foraltaplas ....more | Save |  Share  Email 31st Aug 2014 
     
    Pallidal neurostimulation in patients with medication-refractory cervical dystonia: a randomised, sham-controlled trial
      Pallidal neurostimulation for 3 months is more effective than sham stimulation at reducing symptoms of cervical dystonia. Extended follow-up is needed to ascertain the magnitude and stability of chronic neurostimulation effects before this treatment can be recommended as routine for patients who ar ....more | Save |  Share  Email 31st Aug 2014 
     
    A brief history of pain
      Hyperalgesia, an increased pain induced by noxious stimulation of peripheral tissue, was first described in 1893. Two types of hyperalgesia were subsequently characterised: either at the site of injury (primary hyperalgesia) or extending beyond the site of injury (secondary hyperalgesia). However, ....more | Save |  Share  Email 31st Aug 2014 
     
    "It burns, it stabs, it throbs, it never stops?
      The title of this book review is a quotation from a chapter written by a woman with chronic neuropathic pain that perfectly describes the sensory perception that can drastically impair the quality of life of a patient with a lesion of the nervous system. Neuropathic Pain, edited by Cory Toth and Dw ....more | Save |  Share  Email 31st Aug 2014 
     
    Complexity of the endovascular intervention and clinical outcomes in acute ischaemic stroke-Authors' reply
      We thank Ciccone and the SYNTHESIS trialists for their important and thoughtful inquiry and the opportunity to clarify our findings. ....more | Save |  Share  Email 31st Aug 2014 
     
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