Saturday, November 10, 2007

MediciNova Reports Third Quarter 2007 Results - USA
"We continue to make progress in our two prioritized programs, MN-221 for status asthmaticus and MN-166 for multiple sclerosis, while pursuing a variety of ...
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Team Of Scientists Develops Non-Invasive Method To Track Nerve-Cell Development In Live Human Brain
A team of scientists including researchers at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory (CSHL) have identified and validated the first biomarker that permits neural stem and progenitor cells (NPCs) to be tracked, non-invasively, in the brains of living human subjects.
09 Nov 2007

Seaweed Transformed Into Stem Cell Technology - Engineers Develop Degradable Scaffold That Releases Stem Cells In The Body
Engineers at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute have transformed a polymer found in common brown seaweed into a device that can support the growth and release of stem cells at the sight of a bodily injury or at the source of a disease.

Study Reveals A Subset Of Mature Neurons That Can Retain A Youthful Form Of Plasticity
It's a general belief that the circuitry of young brains has robust flexibility but eventually gets "hard-wired" in adulthood. As Johns Hopkins researchers and their colleagues report in the Nov.
09 Nov 2007

"New Frontiers In Brain Science" - MIT To Host Conference On Cutting Edge Research Of The Human Brain
This week, the most distinguished and creative neuroscientists from around the world will present leading research on how the brain works at the Picower-RIKEN Symposium at MIT. CIGNA is one of the conference sponsors, hosted jointly by the Picower Institute for Learning and Memory at MIT and the RIKEN Brain Science Institute of Japan, two of the world's leading centers for brain research.
09 Nov 2007


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