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SALVAT Announces Positive Top-line Results from Two Phase III Studies of its Novel Otic Antibiotic/Steroid Combination Solution in the Treatment of AOMT with Tympanostomy Tubes

BARCELONA, Spain, September 29, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Laboratorios SALVAT S.A. announced today the top-line results from two Phase III studies comparing Ciprofloxacin 0.3% plus Fluocinolone Acetonide ...

A lot or a little? Wolves discriminate quantities better than dogs

Being able to mentally consider quantities makes sense for any social species. Scientists studied how well dogs can discriminate between different quantities and discovered that wolves perform better ...

New tech aims to improve communication between dogs, humans

A suite of technologies that can be used to enhance communication between dogs and humans has been developed by researchers who say that it has applications in everything from search and rescue to ser...

New tech aims to improve communication between dogs and humans

(North Carolina State University) Researchers have developed a suite of technologies that can be used to enhance communication between dogs and humans, which has applications in everything from search...

Wolves discriminate quantities better than dogs

Being able to mentally consider quantities makes sense for any social species. This skill is important during the search for food, for example, or to determine whether an opponent group outnumbers one...

A lot or a little

(University of Veterinary Medicine -- Vienna) Being able to mentally consider quantities makes sense for any social species. Scientists from the Messerli Research Institute at the Vetmeduni Vienna stu...

Discovery of mutated gene in dogs could help treat blindness

A MERTK gene defect responsible for a recently identified form of progressive retinal atrophy in Swedish vallhund dogs has been found by an international team of scientists. This discovery opens the d...

Dog's epigenome gives clues to human cancer

The bond between humans and dogs is strong and ancient. From being the protector of the first herds in a faithful pet, dogs and people share many aspects of life. The relationship between the two spec...

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Protomers of Benzocaine: Solvent and Permittivity Dependence.

The immediate environment of a molecule can have a profound influence on its properties. Benzocaine, the ethyl ester of para-aminobenzoic acid, which finds an application as a local anesthetic (LA), i...

More Methemoglobin is Produced by Benzocaine Treatment than Lidocaine Treatment in Human In Vitro Systems.

The clinical use of local anesthetic products to anesthetize mucous membranes has been associated with methemoglobinemia (MetHba), a serious condition in which the blood has reduced capacity to carry ...

Hypoadrenocorticism in a kindred of Pomeranian dogs.

Three adult Pomeranian dogs, full siblings from 2 litters, were diagnosed with primary hypoadrenocorticism following onset of hypoadrenal crisis. Review of the family history revealed the dogs' matern...

Fate map of the chicken otic placode.

The inner ear is an intricate three-dimensional sensory organ that arises from a flat, thickened portion of the ectoderm termed the otic placode. There is evidence that the ontogenetic steps involved ...

Junctionally restricted RhoA activity is necessary for apical constriction during phase 2 inner ear placode invagination.

After induction, the inner ear is transformed from a superficially located otic placode into an epithelial vesicle embedded in the mesenchyme of the head. Invagination of this epithelium is biphasic: ...

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