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Literature for calcium channel activity (biogroup)

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  • New Market Research Report: Neusentis - Strategic SWOT Analysis Review - May 16, 2013

    ( Neusentis is a research unit of Pfizer. It focuses on delivering novel science therapeutics principally for the treatment of pain and sensory disorders. The company discovers, develops and commercializes orally administered small molecule drugs that modulate ion (sodiu…

  • Channeling into cell control

    PhysOrg. - January 20, 2012

    A research team from the RIKEN Brain Science Institute in Wako, Japan, has visualized and accurately modeled the molecular changes that open and close the internal membrane channels for calcium ions within cells. The ions moving through these channels act as intracellular messengers, …

  • New Market Report: Icagen Inc (ICGN) - Financial and Strategic SWOT Analysis Review - January 13, 2012

    ( Icagen, Inc. (Icagen) is a biopharmaceutical company engaged in discovering, developing and commercializing the orally administered small molecule drugs that modulate ion (sodium, potassium, calcium and chloride) channel targets. It also focuses conducting on clinical …

  • Scientists merge spider silk, human muscle to design a novel, self-assembling peptide

    Physorg. - December 02, 2011

    (Medical Xpress) -- Because of its high water content and polymer network, peptide hydrogel is a promising material for protein storage and transfer without significant loss of their biological activity. These hydrogels have potential as injectable materials for medical applications, …

  • Mimicking the brain, in silicon

    MIT. - November 14, 2011

    For decades, scientists have dreamed of building computer systems that could replicate the human brain s talent for learning new tasks.MIT researchers have now taken a major step toward that goal by designing a computer chip that mimics how the brain s neurons adapt in response to new…