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Skin Care Products Recalled- Clarcon Biological Chemistry Lab by Robin P. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Tue 09 Jun 2009 10:13pm These skin care products are supposed to be skin sanitizers and skin protectants - Except they have bacteria related to unsanitary conditions. FDA notified consumers and healthcare professionals that Clarcon Biological Chemistry Laboratory is recalling some skin sanitizers and skin protectants because of high levels of disease-causing bacteria ... Read on »
Thomson Reuters Buys GeneGo Biology Solutions by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Wed 01 Dec 2010 1:12am GeneGo’s customers are Pharmaceutical and Biotech companies as well as academic and government institutions such as FDA, NIH and EPA.  The company sells software and their data solutions as well as offering outsourced services on a contracted basis for various types of genetic reports.  The Meta Core pathway analysis and data mining for gene i ... Read on »
Apologia Zoology, General Science, & Biology Review by Take Root and Write .. Patient Expert Posted Fri 10 Apr 2009 11:47pm     Christ-centered exploration of God's Creation makes,  Apologia   textbooks a favorite! Apologia textbooks because are easy to understand, full of beautiful pictures, and include hands-on activities that require things around my house. Best of ALL, Apologia textbooks honor God as the Creator and Sustainer of Life! More than other tex ... Read on »
Reductionism is dead! Long live Reductionism! by Dr. Jonathan Holt Doctor of OsteopathyHealth Maven Posted Tue 02 Dec 2008 11:48pm The western philosophy of science has long been depended upon reductionism. To put it simply; in order to understand a complex system some reduce it to more manageable parts. Reductionist thinking is the basis of many areas of modern science.  Biology and chemistry being a subset of physics, for instance.  Or trying to identify the smalle ... Read on »
Dr. Eric Lander Director of the Broad Institute–There’s Power in Those Numbers And Algorithms For Cures and MoreR by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Tue 03 Jan 2012 7:22pm This is a very good interview and well worth watching.  If you read the Quack often enough you know I like to talk about those who know math and for good reason.  We are in a world today where math and computer formulas are both unlocking doors and also creating a world of havoc with discrimination, but for this post we are going to focus on th ... Read on »
Isolation of Hybridomas Producing Monoclonal Antibodies (MAbs) Inhibitory to Human CYP2J2 by Posted Fri 31 Oct 2003 4:00pm Description of Invention: Cytochromes P450 catalyze the NADPH-dependent oxidation of arachidonic acid to various eicosanoids found in several species. The eicosanoids are biosynthesized in numerous tissues including pancreas, intestine, kidney, heart, and lung where they are involved in many different biological activities. ... Read on »
How SAM-e, vitamin B6 boost hydrogen sulfide in body by Dr. John Z. Medical Doctor Posted Thu 18 Nov 2010 12:00am - How the dietary supplement SAM-e boosts the activity of a natural protein that uses vitamin B6 to make more hydrogen sulfide in the body has been revealed by researchers at the University of Michigan. The researchers have solved the ... Read on »
Synthetic Biology and Cancer: Exploring the Possibilities by Posted Mon 12 Jul 2010 9:00pm Synthetic Biology and Cancer: Exploring the Possibilities Synthetic biologists are using techniques in chemistry, bioengineering, and biology to synthesize new and redesigned biological components to better understand and treat diseases like cancer. Ten yea ... Read on »
Health Headlines - August 21 by Meredy Registered NurseHealth Maven Posted Thu 23 Oct 2008 2:24pm Snail Toxin May Hold Clue in Developing Neurological Drugs Until now, the cone snail has been nothing more than a "hands-off" venomous mollusk that lives in tropical waters, an animal to be avoided. Its poison could kill a human. But University of Utah researchers say they've discovered that a nerve toxin found in the 9-inch snail may be ... Read on »