Congenital Heart Defects: Could the Developing Heart Hold the Key to New Therapies?

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Andrew M. Atz, M.D., Chief of the Division of Pediatric Cardiology at MUSC's Children's Hospital, and Kyu-Ho Lee, M.D., PhD, a developmental biologist at MUSC's Cardiovascular Developmental Biology Center, discuss how better understanding the gene signaling involved in the embryonic development of the heart could lead to new adjunctive therapies for congenital heart defects. Learn more about Dr. Lee's work in the November 2013 issue of Progressnotes at MUSChealth.com/progressnotes

Integrative treatment for cancer and heart disease

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Download from itunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/integrative-treatment-for/id43184821... MD Anderson Cancer Center’s Cardiology department is recognized nationally and internationally for its aggressive heart disease therapies not readily available in most communities. Jean-Bernard Durand, M.D., associate professor in Cardiology at MD Anderson, discusses how MD Anderson treats cancer patients with pre-existing heart disease, heart conditions that develop while undergoing cancer...

Science Nation - Skin Mounted Electronics

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John Rogers and his team at the University of Illinois, Champaign-Urbana have come up with a way to monitor the body electronically that really sticks. They have developed a small, flexible circuit device that sticks comfortably to the skin and is artfully camouflaged as a temporary tattoo. It can read a patient's brainwaves, heart rate and muscle activity while they are going about their normal activity, making it possible to cut back on visits to the doctor's office. Rogers envisions one...

Childhood Leukemia: Most Common Childhood Cancer

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Childhood leukemia is the most common childhood cancer with more than 3,500 children in the U.S. diagnosed each year. Patrick Zweidler-McKay, M.D., Ph.D., Assistant Professor at The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center Children’s Cancer Hospital, talks about symptoms, diagnoses and treatment of this blood disease. Zweidler-McKay also discusses health problems that may occur decades after treatment and encourages long term follow-up doctor visits.

NMR Analysis of PKA Recognition of Soluble and Membrane- Bound Substrates

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Gianluigi Veglia analyzes myocytes and its function in the heart. He discusses muscle contraction and relaxation.

New heart valve development for children

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The general objective of the LifeValve project is to develop a new therapeutic strategy to treat heart valve disease. In particular, the development of a tissue engineered living heart valve, with the capacity of growth in accordance with the growths of children, which can be implanted without an operation by minimally invasive catheter technology will be addressed. The rationale for first focussing on paediatric applications is twofold: First, a novel, tissue engineered living heart valve...

Idiopathic Systemic Capillary Leak Syndrome (Clarkson's Disease): The Mayo Clinic Experience

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Dr. Philip R. Greipp, MD, Mayo Clinic, discusses his article entitled “Idiopathic Systemic Capillary Leak Syndrome (Clarkson’s Disease): the Mayo Clinic Experience” (available at: http://tinyurl.com/24gyvd7 ), published Online First at Mayo Clinic Proceedings. This retrospective study describes clinical features, natural history, and outcome in a cohort of 25 consecutive patients with systemic capillary leak syndrome.

Dr. Leslie Cooper Jr discusses Nov 9 2009 Mayo Clinic Proceedings article on viral myocarditis

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Dr. Leslie Cooper Jr, Cardiologist at Mayo Clinic, discusses the diagnosis and treatment of viral myocarditis (article available at http://tiny.cc/SYGHi).

Dicom Grid presentation

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Presentation given at the EELA-2 User Forum held in Montevideo (Uruguay)

Role of the Neural Crest in Vertebrate Development and Evolution - Part 2: The Role of the Neural Crest in Head Development and in Vertebrate Evolution (30:04)

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Nicole Le Douarin shares her research on the role of the neural crest in skeletal development. The Q/C (quail/chick) marker system revealed that apart from the peripheral nervous system (PNS), the melanocytes and some endocrine tissues, the NC plays a major role in the construction of the vertebrate head. The entire facial skeleton and part of the skull (frontal, squamosal, parietal bones) are of NC origin together with the connective tissues of the face and ventral part of the neck. The...