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(wis'tăr),
Caspar, U.S. biologist, 1761-1818, after whom the Wistar Institute is named. See: Wistar rats.
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Everyone stands to gain from such a test becoming available," said lead author of the study Qihong Huang, associate professor at The Wistar Institute.
HIV Researcher Luis Montaner at Wistar Institute in Philadephia seeks to get 54 individuals for a trial before the year ends.
At the 2014 American Association for Cancer Research Annual Meeting in San Diego, researchers from The Wistar Institute will present findings that suggest the colon "microbiome" of gut bacteria can change the tumor microenvironment in a way that promotes the growth and spread of tumors.
Klump and her team studied two different strains of rats - Sprague-Dawley and Wistar rats - to determine if one strain was prone to binge eating.
METHODS: Formulations were developed with caffeine, caffeine + sodium benzoate or SAC and were applied topically for 21 days on Wistar female mice.
bucholzianum was evaluated to provide information on its attenuation effect on chloroquine-induced hepatoxicity and renal damage in Wistar rats.
Specific pathogen free (SPF) ICR (CD-1) mice, C57BL/6N mice, CD (SD) rats, Wistar rats were purchased from ORIENT BIO Inc.
05) than in Wistar (113 [+ or -]4 mmHg, n = 23) and WKY (111 [+ or -]6 mmHg, n = 14) rats.
Study leader Prof Ellen Heber-Katz, from the Wistar Institute in Philadelphia, US, said: "Much like a newt that has lost a limb, these mice will replace missing or damaged tissue.
Humans could regrow their own body parts like some amphibians, claim scientists Why a broken heart really does hurt 'Magic bullet' could make it easier to treat cancer A robot that can evolve and adapt is developed by British scientists Revolutionary brain implant could create real-life bionic manAcademics from The Wistar Institute in Philadelphia found that mice lacking the p21 gene gain the ability to regenerate lost or damaged tissue.