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Microfluidic cell-squeezing device could introduce specific antigens inside immune system's B cells

Microfluidic cell-squeezing device could introduce specific antigens inside immune system's B cells

MIT researchers have shown that they can use a microfluidic cell-squeezing device to introduce specific antigens inside the immune system's B cells, providing a new approach to developing and implementing antigen-presenting cell vaccines. [More]
nTMS analysis of motor areas improves prognosis of patients with malignant brain tumors

nTMS analysis of motor areas improves prognosis of patients with malignant brain tumors

A method known as navigated transcranial magnetic stimulation (nTMS) has been gaining importance in neurosurgery for some time now. [More]
GHIT Fund expands investments in leishmaniasis, diagnostic tests

GHIT Fund expands investments in leishmaniasis, diagnostic tests

The Global Health Innovative Technology Fund, which in the last two years has funded almost $32 million for innovative tools to tackle global infectious diseases, today announced additional investments of nearly $11 million that bring its portfolio to approximately $43 million. [More]
Researchers map out surgical anatomy, approaches for auditory brainstem implant placement

Researchers map out surgical anatomy, approaches for auditory brainstem implant placement

A technique called auditory brainstem implantation can restore hearing for patients who can't benefit from cochlear implants. A team of US and Japanese experts has mapped out the surgical anatomy and approaches for auditory brainstem implantation in the June issue of Operative Neurosurgery, published on behalf of the Congress of Neurological Surgeons by Wolters Kluwer. [More]
Researchers investigate development of face perception in Japanese children

Researchers investigate development of face perception in Japanese children

Face perception plays an important role in social communication. There have been many studies of face perception in human using non-invasive neuroimaging and electrophysiological methods, but studies of face perception in children were quite limited. [More]

MR Solutions launches conversion kit that can transform clinical MRI scanner into a preclinical system

A clinical MRI scanner can be transformed into an effective preclinical system using a simple to fit conversion kit from MR Solutions of Guildford, Surrey. The transformation, which can be undertaken in around ten minutes, involves sliding in a carrier system linked to a separate state of the art EVO spectrometer providing superior soft tissue contrast and molecular imaging capabilities. [More]
Continuous glucose monitoring using real-time CGM helps better manage diabetes

Continuous glucose monitoring using real-time CGM helps better manage diabetes

Patients with insulin-dependent diabetes can better control their HbA1c value with a combination of blood glucose self-monitoring (BGSM) and continuous interstitial glucose monitoring (CGM) using a real-time measurement device (real-time CGM) than with BGSM alone without severe or serious hypoglycaemia occurring more frequently. [More]
Nanoparticle-based therapy effective in treating mice with multiple myeloma

Nanoparticle-based therapy effective in treating mice with multiple myeloma

Researchers have designed a nanoparticle-based therapy that is effective in treating mice with multiple myeloma, a cancer of immune cells in the bone marrow. [More]

Linkam launch the WS37 Warm Stage for life cell research - applications in andrology

At the 2015 and 10th anniversary annual meeting of the Association of Biomedical Andrologists, Linkam have introduced a new solution for embryologists seeking a better solution for the evaluation and quantification of sperm... [More]
Assessing risk, expanding reach: Innovative ultrasound designed for front-line healthcare workers to help improve maternal health

Assessing risk, expanding reach: Innovative ultrasound designed for front-line healthcare workers to help improve maternal health

GE Healthcare introduced today in certain countries in Africa and Southeast Asia its new Vscan AccessTM portable ultrasound system, designed to help healthcare providers improve care... [More]

Magstim Announces FDA (510k) Clearance of rTMS (repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation) Therapy System

Magstim is the pioneer of TMS technology, having built a reputation for developing leading medical devices in the research field for over 25 years. .. [More]
DF/BWCC introduces new website to provide information about precision cancer medicine

DF/BWCC introduces new website to provide information about precision cancer medicine

Precision cancer medicine - diagnosis and treatment based on the genetic abnormalities of a specific tumor - is playing an ever-larger role in cancer care. The field got a boost earlier this year when President Barack Obama proposed a $215 million federal Precision Medicine Initiative with cancer as one of its priorities. [More]
Endomag named finalist for Royal Academy of Engineering's MacRobert Award

Endomag named finalist for Royal Academy of Engineering's MacRobert Award

Cancer healthcare company Endomag has been revealed as a finalist for the UK’s most prestigious engineering award. Endomag, which was shortlisted for its innovative breast cancer staging diagnostic system Sentimag and Sienna+, is one of three companies up for the MacRobert Award from the Royal Academy of Engineering. [More]
Celgene to use Cypher's Coral technology to find novel genomic biomarkers

Celgene to use Cypher's Coral technology to find novel genomic biomarkers

Cypher Genomics, Inc., a leading genome informatics company, today announced a collaboration with Celgene Corporation to apply Cypher's Coral technology to discover novel genomic biomarkers that associate with patient response to innovative medicines. [More]

FDA gives marketing clearance for new device that helps doctors to accurately assess children's weight

The Emmes Corporation today announced that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration has given marketing clearance for a new device that allows doctors to more accurately assess children's weight without the use of a weight scale. Weight estimates are used in emergency situations and in developing countries where scales may not be available. [More]
Children with asthma may benefit from peanut sensitivity test

Children with asthma may benefit from peanut sensitivity test

In recent years and months, peanut allergies in children have been in the news frequently, as scientists reveal new insights into why more and more children are developing them and what can be done to avoid them. [More]
Abcodia raises £5.25 million funding to launch ovarian cancer screening test, ROCA

Abcodia raises £5.25 million funding to launch ovarian cancer screening test, ROCA

Abcodia today announced that it has raised £5.25 million funding from existing and new investors to bring the world’s most sensitive and specific ovarian cancer screening test, ROCA to market. [More]
Zona Plus isometric handgrip device now available in Canada for patients with high blood pressure

Zona Plus isometric handgrip device now available in Canada for patients with high blood pressure

The Zona Plus isometric handgrip device ("Zona Plus") which combines personalized technology and an easy-to-follow 12 minutes per day, five days per week routine for patients with high blood pressure is now available in Canada. [More]
UK Medical Device Companies in the Spotlight at the Medilink UK Awards 2015

UK Medical Device Companies in the Spotlight at the Medilink UK Awards 2015

News-Medical.net was proud to sponsor this year’s Medilink UK Innovation Award. The Innovation Award was presented to The Learning Clinic for their VitalPAC Nurse software platform which is used to capture patient observations in real time... [More]
Researcher uses short pulsed electric fields to preserve milk

Researcher uses short pulsed electric fields to preserve milk

Even though much of the population in developing countries is involved in agriculture, food security is virtually out of reach. Often the only resort is to purchase a cow, buffalo, or sheep, to provide a steady supply of fresh milk, a nutritious staple of a daily diet. But how to preserve it safely? Refrigeration and boiling are costly -- and often impossible due to sporadic electricity. [More]
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