Shama P. Mirza, Ph.D.

submitted by: MCW_BBC

Shama P. Mirza, Ph.D., assistant professor of Biochemistry at the Medical College of Wisconsin in Milwaukee, WI describes her research on proteomics and mass spectrometry.

Andrew S. Greene, Ph.D.

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Andrew S. Greene, Ph.D., Director of the Biotechnology and Bioengineering Center and a professor of Physiology at the Medical College of Wisconsin describes his research in proteomics.

Tip of the Week: Allen Institute's Brain Explorer

submitted by: OpenHelix

For more information about this resource see our blog post at URL http://blog.openhelix.eu/?p=8376. We show an overview of how researchers can use the Allen Institute's Brain Explorer to compare detailed gene expression data in two human brains, side-by-side.

Transforming Marxism with Marxism

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The Application of The Marxist Dialectical Method to The Marxist Dialectical Method - Transforming Marxism with Marxism.

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Adolf Fire Beard.

Antilectics - Transforming Marxism with Marxism.

Neurologic Recovery Following Prolonged Out-of-Hospital Cardiac Arrest With Resuscitation Guided by Continuous Capnography.

submitted by: mcgheekkm
Dr. Roger White from the Departments of Anesthesiology and Internal Medicine, Division of Cardiovascular Diseases and the Department of Emergency Medicine, Division of Pre-hospital Care at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, MN, discusses his article of a case of out-of-hospital cardiac arrest with 96 minutes of continued pulselessness and relentless ventricular defibrillation appearing in the June 2011 issue of Mayo Clinic Proceedings and as an Online First article available at:...

Personalized Medicine - 10th Dialogue on Science Academia Engelberg Foundation

We are entering an age in which the complete genome information of individuals will be readily available. The availability of this information will result in a paradigm shift in medical research and in health care, including diagnosis and prevention. Due to rapid advances in the sequencing technology, the costs to determine the full genome of an individual person will soon drop below 1’000 dollars. The promise of ubiquitous availability of personal genome sequences poses opportunities...