multiple gene

multiple gene

See polygene.
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Our data suggests that dietary intake of the algal extract ProAlgaZyme and its specific sub-fractions result in an improved cholesterol distribution in hamsters, primarily via its effects on multiple gene targets in the HDL (or reverse cholesterol transport) pathway," explained Dr.
Scientists believe that various forms of FCD are due to multiple gene mutations.
We believe our 'multiple warhead' capability will allow us to understand more clearly those conditions that result from multiple gene defects -- conditions such as Type II diabetes, autoimmune disorders, cardiovascular dysfunctions -- and perhaps also provide viable treatment regimes.
Professor Ernest Retzel, director of the Center for Computational Genomics and Bioinformatics, is developing a set of publicdomain Java visualization tools that can cull the results of multiple gene research applications into a unified interface.
Data from the research collaboration shall be owned by both parties and could lead to commercial development of multiple gene therapy products.
The company's core technologies include multiple gene delivery and gene expression systems and PEGylation technologies designed to improve the safety, efficacy and dosing characteristics of genes, proteins, peptides, peptidomimetics, antibodies and replicating and non-replicating viruses.
The genome-wide association study (GWAS) identified multiple gene variants not previously reported for these diseases, in addition to evaluating genes previously discovered to be associated with one, two or all three diseases.
The promising clinical and pre-clinical data that we are generating in studies of both our DCC and Lipid Polycation DNA delivery platforms validate our plan to develop multiple gene delivery strategies," said H.
Through Valentis' collaboration with leading researchers at the University of Pittsburgh (Pittsburgh, PA), data has been generated that demonstrates the feasibility, safety and efficacy of multiple gene therapy approaches in relevant animal models of disease.
Combinatorial gene analysis revealed that 57 percent of individuals in the psychiatric population were carriers of multiple gene variations associated with no or poor drug metabolism capacity on 2 or 3 genes compared to 36 percent of individuals in the control population.
Groups such as The C-Path Predictive Safety Testing Consortium are examining published toxicogenomics multiple gene biomarkers or signatures and trying to validate those signatures across laboratories.
This finding may explain, in part, why tumor cells gradually accumulate multiple gene mutations and chromosomal abnormalities and thus why tumors tend to become more malignant with time.

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