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New X-ray method: Scattering provides detailed images of nanostructures
Details from the inner life of a tooth
24-Nov-2015 - Both in materials science and in biomedical research it is important to be able to view minute nanostructures, for example in carbon-fiber materials and bones. A team from the Technical University of Munich (TUM), the University of Lund, Charité hospital in Berlin and the Paul Scherrer Institute ...
Epigenomics AG Successfully Validates Lung Cancer Test in Clinical Trial
24-Jun-2010 - Epigenomics AG successfully completed the pivotal performance evaluation study for its Epi proLung BL Reflex Assay, a lung cancer diagnostic test. The test determines the DNA methylation status of the SHOX2 gene in bronchial lavage material routinely obtained during the clinical workup of ...
High-Tech Gründerfonds invests in Humedics, a spin-off from Freie Universität Berlin and the Charité university hospital
26-Mar-2010 - Humedics markets a method for instantaneous measurement of liver function at the patient’s bedside. Known as the LiMAx Test, which was developed at the Charité University Hospital in Berlin by Dr Martin Stockmann and refined into a measurement system together with Prof. Karsten Heyne of Freie ...
Epigenomics AG: Clinical Study Shows Lead Biomarker for Lung Cancer also works in Blood
Biomarker mSHOX2 could accelerate diagnostic work-up of patients with suspected lung cancer
27-Aug-2009 - Epigenomics AG announced that it successfully completed a clinical feasibility study in lung cancer. This study has confirmed Epigenomics' proprietary lead biomarker mSHOX2 for lung cancer diagnosis when tested in blood samples. In this study the amount of methylated DNA of the SHOX2 gene ...
New Mechanism for Cardiac Arrhythmia discovered
01-Oct-2008 - It has long been thought that virus infections can cause cardiac arrhythmia. But why has not been understood. Ulrike Lisewski, Dr. Yu Shi, Michael Radke and Professor Michael Gotthardt of the Max Delbrück Center for Molecular Medicine (MDC) Berlin-Buch, Germany, have now discovered the molecular ...
Camouflage mechanism of cancer cells in Hodgkin's lymphoma decoded
Curt Meyer Memorial Prize for Dr. Stephan Mathas and Dr. Martin Janz
08-Jul-2008 - Cancer researchers Dr. Martin Janz and Dr. Stephan Mathas of the Max Delbrück Center for Molecular Medicine (MDC) Berlin-Buch and the Charité - University Medicine Berlin, Germany, have been honored with the Curt Meyer Memorial Prize for their research on Hodgkin's lymphoma. They received the ...
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