Archive for May, 2015

02 MayWith tiny silica particles call mesoporous nanospheres drugs drugs inside living cells.

With tiny silica particles call mesoporous nanospheres drugs drugs inside living cells, Ames Laboratory chemist Victor Lin is studying different methods to check whether the particle delivers its pharmaceutical payload. – First, the nanospheres only about 200 nanometers in diameter, about the size of a virus, so they do not trigger an immune response in the body, said Lin. They are also biocompatible so that they are easily absorbed by the cells. .

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01 MayCom In this article in the October issue of the Journal of Urology.

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The particular dye used in this test was Avid Avid and Florbetapir Florbetapir? Chief Executive Officer Dr. Daniel Skovronsky? Says Florbetapir F 18 binds tightly to the amyloid proteins? to visualize? the scanner but doesn? t bind to other tissue. The 35 patients in this part of the study were terminally ill , and agreed to both a brain scan and an autopsy.. A second paper in JAMA suggests that establish a simple, inexpensive blood test can is at risk for cognitive decline, to to Alzheimer’s?Before performing a PET scan, injects a physician or technician to the patient with a radioactive dye detected by the detected by the imaging equipment. Read more…