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  1. BIOMEDICAL IMAGING: OCT images the developing heart in vivo

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    Thu, 1 Nov 2007

    MICHAEL W. JENKINS AND ANDREW M. ROLLINS Congenital heart disease affects 36,000 babies born in the United States annually. The causes of these abnormalities are largely unknown because of a

  2. Spectroscopy: Raman spectroscopy advances for biomedical applications

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    Thu, 11 Aug 2016

    droplet formation process A mouse study designed to provide insights into lifestyle diseases such as atherosclerosis, heart disease , diabetes, hypertension, and liver disease demonstrated the usefulness of Raman spectroscopy. 1 Such diseases often

  1. Cell Biology/Cardiology: Ultra-stable micromanipulators enable nanoscale force measurement

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    Wed, 14 Sep 2016

    JOHN WINGERD Leading-edge heart disease research requires the capabilities of next-generation optical ..... discoveries that we hope will ultimately lead to reduction in heart disease and better treatment for those affected. John Wingerd is a

  2. Next-gen DNA sequencing helps provide new genetic clue to anorexia

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    Thu, 12 Sep 2013

    with anorexia. To help make sense of these findings, they looked at existing data from a large-scale, long-term heart disease study and determined that a subset of the implicated EPHX2 variants have the effect of altering the normal relationship

  3. Health Briefs

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    Mon, 16 Jul 2012

    Information: (800) 323-8622, Code 1C51. Baseline Cardiac Risk Assessment: Find out if you are at risk for heart disease with a baseline cardiac risk assessment at Silver Cross Hospital, 1900 Silver Cross Blvd., New Lenox; Silver Cross

  4. United States: Life Sciences Newsbriefs: Week Of January 9, 2012

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    Thu, 12 Jan 2012

    seeking 510(k) clearance from the FDA for its Vantera device, a nuclear magnetic resonance analyzer for diagnosing heart disease . The device would allow hospitals and research centers to conduct in-house analysis of LipoScience's lipoprotein

  5. Photograph approach tests cholesterol levels noninvasively

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    Mon, 20 Aug 2012

    for known cholesterol levels. The noninvasive test looks at cholesterol levels in patients with increased risk of heart disease . Their approach is based on the creation of a large database of cholesterol levels recorded using standard blood tests

  6. Researchers develop microfluidic chip to speed disease detection

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    Fri, 18 Feb 2011

    system. And particularly, heart attacks, because heart disease is the number one killer of Americans. Because of that ..... globally the world's biggest killer right now is cardiac heart disease . And in too many situations people don't know they

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    that we have in the healthcare system. And particularly, heart attacks, because heart disease is the number one killer of Americans. Because of that, it accounts for a large portion of our healthcare costs. If we
    S. And also globally the world's biggest killer right now is cardiac heart disease . And in too many situations people don't know they have cardiovascular disease. First symptom they get is they die. >> The critical
  7. MOLECULAR FLUORESCENCE IMAGING/CARDIOLOGY: Near-infrared fluorescence facilitates in-vivo imaging of atherosclerosis

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    Sun, 1 Jan 2012

    Molecular imaging has become an important clinical and research tool for the study of heart disease , allowing in-vivo visualization of inflammation and other biological processes. But while the standard approachesMRI and PETcan

  8. OPTICAL MOLECULAR IMAGING: In vivo commercial systems heighten appeal of molecular imaging

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    Tue, 1 Sep 2009

    imaging of inflammation and for stem cell research. Explaining its use for imaging the inflammation that accompanies heart disease , McLaughlin explains that “vulnerable plaques have certain signatures of inflammation that indicate whether they are

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