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The new probe could be a breakthrough in whole-body imaging allowing doctors.

The new probe could be a breakthrough in whole-body imaging – allowing doctors, for example, for non-invasive monitoring of the growth of tumors in order to evaluate the effectiveness of anti-cancer therapies. Unlike other body scanning techniques means fluorescent protein imaging with no radiation exposure or require the use of contrast agents. The results are described in the online edition of Nature Biotechnology.

Save A separate report of the International Vaccine Access Center at the Johns Hopkins University shows published that progress in the roll-out was interventions to control pneumonia uneven, health with the greatest recent progress in access to vaccines, but continued lack of access to supply and antibiotics in the countries where children are most vulnerable to pneumonia.. To overcome this hurdle, the laboratory of Vladislav Verkhusha, associate professor of anatomy and structural biology at Einstein and the study’s senior author, developed a fluorescent protein from a bacterial phytochrome . This new phytochrome-based fluorescent protein called iRFP absorbs and emits light in both the near-infrared region of the electromagnetic spectrum – the spectral range in the mammalian tissues are nearly transparent.

Was published in a study in the journal International Health, the authors estimate that two pneumococcal vaccines and could be introduced in the poorest countries with support from the GAVI Alliance, of three to four of three to four million children in the next 10 years.Extended this discussion group, a dialogue that started to last year in the winter of 2007 meet Dr. Herbert, the is known for her work on the neurobiology of autistic spectrum disorder. This year, Susan Sherkow, disc clinical materials from her analytical treatment of of a child presented with an autistic spectrum disorder to showcase. The basis for discussion a basis for discussion with Dr. Herbert. The debate be neurobiology perspectives autistic spectrum disorder, and the concept of neural plasticity and ways in which psychoanalytic treatment can affect the brain function in children by ASD include.

PBS ‘ NewsHour with Jim Lehrer on Wednesday reported about the CBO reporting (Ifill, NewsHour with Jim Lehrer.

Obama also built the new position of the White House Chief Performance Officer as and appointed Nancy Killefer to the post (new York Times, Killefer being senior director of the consulting firm McKinsey (Wall Street Journal, Obama has said Killefer will scour of this budgetary, row by row, so that what we need not, and does not work, and improving things, dealing which ..