Laboratory medicine

Gottheimer calls on governor to take essential action to protect New Jersey from Omicron and combat impacts on communities, hospitals, families and students

Gottheimer calls on governor to take essential action to protect New Jersey from Omicron and combat impacts on communities, hospitals, families and students Visit Holy Name Medical Center test site in Teaneck Thank you to frontline healthcare workers GLEN ROCK, NJ – US Congressman Josh Gottheimer (NJ-5) calls on Gov. …

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Nordic Lab and TENAK: revolutionizing cold storage technology

In this eBook, Nordic Lab and TENAK, industry pioneers in cold storage solutions for the medical industry, illustrate how their innovative range of cold chain technologies ensure optimal performance for laboratories and medical environments. While the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic still permeate the world, the need for cutting-edge and …

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Yale School of Public Health dean on board with throat swab for home COVID testing, others disagree

NEW HAVEN, Connecticut (WTNH) – If you’re one of the thousands of people across Connecticut who have got their hands on a state’s free, home-based rapid COVID test, you might be wondering how to do it right. Discussions are increasing on social networks among the public and some health professionals …

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Matthieu F. Mescher | Obituaries

Matthew F. Mescher, immunology icon at the University of Minnesota, died on December 21, 2021 of cancer. Matt was born March 22, 1948 in South Haven to George and Dixie Mescher. He received a bachelor’s degree in chemistry from Hope College in Holland and a doctorate. in Biochemistry and Molecular …

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Eastern Health announces temporary changes to services

Eastern Health has announced temporary changes to services, effective January 4, 2022. Eastern Health says it will focus on urgent and emerging acute services at health care sites across the city, including the Health Sciences Center, St. Clare’s Mercy Hospital and Dr LA Miller Center. These changes will reallocate resources …

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OSU Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory Receives 3 Grants to Expand Emergency Response Capacity

CORVALLIS, Ore. (KTVZ) – Three grants from the National Animal Health Laboratory Network will allow the Oregon Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory located at Oregon State University to continue to expand its role in responding to large epidemics in Northwestern Peaceful. The main objective of the laboratory is to test and diagnose …

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Study demonstrates novel approach to target activator-dependent cancers

As researchers have identified several genes responsible for prostate cancer, a new study published in Nature reveals the puppeteer controlling the strings. The chains: carcinogenic or oncogenic genes, such as the androgen receptor, FOXA1, ERG and MYC. The Puppet Master: A chromatin remodeling complex called SWI / SNF, which controls …

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Johns Hopkins lab tests Omicron variant – NBC4 Washington

Although federal health officials have said the omicron variant is the dominant COVID-19 strain in the United States, local lab directors want to know how widespread it is in the region and what it means for health. at local level. It’s too early to tell if the huge spike in …

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Open letter to employees, technologists, professionals and physicians of Optilab laboratory medicine clusters in Quebec

We, the medical and clinical-administrative directors of the Optilab laboratory medicine clusters in Quebec, sincerely thank you for your hard work and dedication. In the extremely difficult context of COVID-19 for laboratory staff, you put all your expertise and energy at the service of Quebecers on a daily basis to …

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Scientists find traditional herbal medicine works against malaria

Pharmacists from Ethiopia and Germany have studied Ranunculus multifidus, a yellow-flowered buttercup that has been used in traditional medicine for malaria and say it shows promise, especially with the emergence of strains resistant to chloroquine. Each year more than 400,000 people pass away malaria – a preventable and treatable disease. …

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