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Low plasma protein nitrotyrosine levels distinguish primary Raynaud’s phenomenon from scleroderma by Jan Posted Fri 11 Sep 2009 4:57pm By E J Kingdon and Colleague ABSTRACT Objective: To investigate the hypothesis that increased formation of reactive nitrogen species may contribute to the vascular pathology that develops in patients with connective tissue disease such as scleroderma. Patients and methods: The level of protein-bound nitrotyrosine in plasma was measured ... Read on »
Proteome Sciences Completes 1,000-Patient Validation Study of Alzheimer's Plasma Protein Markers by Susan Berg Posted Sun 08 Apr 2012 12:00am Here is a great for caregivers and healthcare professionals, You will love the Here is information on being the best caregiver you can be Here is a way for nurses administrators, social workers and other health care professionals to get an easyceu or two Follow Alzheimers1 on twitter Proteomesciences By Adam Bonis ... Read on »
Plasma & Serum Proteins Receive Continued FDA Approval by Terry S. Patient Expert Posted Thu 09 Apr 2009 7:13pm Plasma & Serum Proteins Receive Continued FDA Approval 4/25/2008 APC, Inc. is pleased to advise our customers and industry partners that as anticipated, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) will continue to allow the use of bovine blood, plasma and serum proteins in ruminant feeds. In April 2008 FDA announced the publication of its Fin ... Read on »
Protein by Mike Patten, DC Facebook Posted Mon 09 Aug 2010 6:23pm Since I have a request on what nutrition/diet athletes need, today’s article will kind of be an intro into tomorrow’s or perhaps Wednesday’s article.  Protein is a vital substance in the body.  Protein is mainly used for growth and repair in the body.  However, we can break it down into two different categories.  The two would be dietary protei ... Read on »
Biofilm-Fighting Cool Plasma and Other News of Note by The Verigin Dental Health Team Doctor of Dentistry Posted Wed 04 Nov 2009 10:05pm Wiping Out Tooth Infections: Cool Plasma Packs Heat Against Biofilms (ScienceDaily) Though it looks like a tiny purple blowtorch, a pencil-sized plume of plasma on the tip of a small probe remains at room temperature as it swiftly dismantles tough bacterial colonies deep inside a human tooth. But it’s not another futuristic product of Ge ... Read on »
Blood Protein Reflects Severit ... by Dr. Rubens D. Medical Doctor Posted Thu 08 Jul 2010 6:57pm Blood Protein Reflects Severity and Progression in Alzheimer's Clusterin identified as a 'peripheral signature' of Alzheimer's but not a stand-alone biomarker 09 july 2010-- Elevated plasma concentration of clusterin is associated with Alzheimer's disease pathology, severity, and rate of clinical progression, according to research published ... Read on »
Health Headlines - June 12 by Meredy Registered NurseHealth Maven Posted Thu 23 Oct 2008 2:23pm Weight-Loss Drug Linked to Suicidal Thoughts U.S. Food and Drug Administration regulators said Monday that Sanofi-Aventis' weight-loss drug rimonabant may raise users' risk of suicidal thoughts. The assessment was posted on the agency's Web site one step ahead of an advisory panel meeting Wednesday to weigh U.S. approval for the drug, whi ... Read on »
Why does the plasma volume go up in polycythemia vera? by pathologystudent Posted Mon 20 Dec 2010 9:03am Q. Why does PV, plasma volume, rise in polycythemia vera? This seems counterintuitive. What factor(s) are responsible for increasing plasma volume in this condition? I’m guessing it is some sort of compensatory response by the liver (plasma proteins/osmotic balance) or the kidneys (fluid volume management) to the huge rise in red cell nu ... Read on »
Important info about our life saving treatment and the pandemic from PPTA by ckmiletti Patient Expert Posted Fri 01 May 2009 11:25pm Reference No.:PPTF07005 from PPTA Statement on Safety of Plasma Protein Therapies and the H5N1 Viruses PPTA members are committed to providing safe and effective therapies and PPTA understands that patients who rely on plasma protein therapies may have concerns about the possible transmission of highly virulent strains of influenza H5N1 vir ... Read on »
Alimentary Azotemia Redux: A Quantitative Approach by Matt S. Posted Sun 06 Feb 2011 12:30pm The issue of whether a marked elevation in the BUN when compared with the creatinine might represent gastrointestinal bleeding was nicely covered previously on RFN . One of our attendings recently had our group of first year fellows review the issue using a quantitative approach that highlighting the relevant physiology. Consider a 72kg mal ... Read on »