12 years on - Is the NLM medical text indexer still useful and relevant?

6 minutes ago   |   Journal of Biomedical Semantics

Facing a growing workload and dwindling resources, the US National Library of Medicine created the Indexing Initiative project in 1996. This cross-library team's mission is to...
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Business Development Manager - Biotechnology - San DiegoTerritory - Pall - San Diego, CA

12 minutes ago   |   San Diego Biotechnology   |   3 articles

Business Development Manager - Biotechnology - San DiegoTerritory. Pall Corporation is a global leader in high-tech filtration, separation, and purification,...From Danaher...
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WNT1 Gene from WNT Signaling Pathway Is a Direct Target of miR-122 in Hepatocellular Carcinoma

36 minutes ago   |   Springer

Abstract Hepatocellular carcinoma is an invasive form of hepatic cancer arising from the accumulation of multiple genetic alterations. In this study, the causal role of...
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Nanoengineered strategies for siRNA delivery: from target assessment to cancer therapeutic efficacy

36 minutes ago   |   Springer

Abstract The promise of RNA interference technology in cancer therapeutics aims to deliver small interfering RNA for silencing of gene expression in cell type-specific pathway...
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Addressing heterogeneity of individual blood cancers: the need for single cell analysis

36 minutes ago   |   Springer

Abstract Cancer heterogeneity is a significant factor in response to treatment and escape leading to relapse. Within an individual cancer, especially blood cancers, there...
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A new universal resample-stable bootstrap-based stopping criterion for PLS component construction

36 minutes ago   |   Springer

Abstract We develop a new robust stopping criterion for partial least squares regression component construction, characterized by a high level of stability. This new criterion...
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Seattle Week in Review: Upzone, Apple, Washington Resistance, & More

36 minutes ago   |   Xconomy

This week, a welcome sign of spring: the first crocuses poked out of the ground near here. More construction is sure to follow. The U District upzone was approved, making way...
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Assessment of latent infection with Verticillium longisporum in field-grown oilseed rape by qPCR

44 minutes ago   |   Springer

Abstract Improvement of cultivar resistance is the key strategy to control the host-specialized pathogen Verticillium longisporum in oilseed rape . A special feature of this...
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Exploring unsaturated fatty acid cholesteryl esters as transdermal permeation enhancers

44 minutes ago   |   Springer

Abstract The intrinsic protective barrier property of skin, one of the major challenges in the design of transdermal drug delivery systems, can be overcome through the use of...
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Clinical potential of human-induced pluripotent stem cells

44 minutes ago   |   Springer

Abstract The recent establishment of induced pluripotent stem cells promises the development of autologous cell therapies for degenerative diseases, without the ethical...
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To Spin Out of Rackspace Means New Life and, In One Case, Mark Cuban

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How the Neanderthal in Your Genes Affects Your Health

The DNA appears to influence certain human traits and diseases, scientists say Read more ...

Boston Tech Watch: Amazon Expansion, Neurotech Acquisition & More

This week in Boston tech, we're catching up on the latest real estate deals-including Amazon's new digs, funding and acquisition news, and people on the move. Read on for... Read more ...