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Scientists investigated molecular processes for targeted dog cancer therapy

(University of Veterinary Medicine -- Vienna) Dogs get cancer, just like humans. Scientists at the Vetmeduni Vienna are now exploring the molecular basis of cancer progression in canine cell lines. A ...

Molecular processes for targeted dog cancer therapy investigated

Dogs get cancer, just like humans. Scientists are now exploring the molecular basis of cancer progression in canine cell lines. Modern cancer therapy has been revolutionized with the introduction of n...

Human-like nose can sniff out contamination in drinking water

(Elsevier) A bioelectronic nose that mimics the human nose can detect traces of bacteria in water by smelling it, without the need for complex equipment and testing. According to a study published in ...

Red Nose Day take two, 2016 date is set

Michael JohnsenThe second Red Nose Day annual special will air Thursday, May 26 from 9-11 p.m. ET on NBC.  read more

Nose bandages symbolise Iran cosmetic surgery craze

Lying on an operating table in northern Tehran, Nazanine says she wants it all: a third nose job, her eyebrows tattooed and liposuction on her thighs to "fix" her figure.

Experian names Walgreens' Red Nose Day a #SuiteLife Award finalist

Michael JohnsenWalgreens' Red Nose Day certainly possessed that “wow” factor with more than $21 million raised to fight childhood poverty in the event's U.S. debut.  read more

Experian names Walgreens’ Red Nose Day a #SuiteLife Award finalist

Michael JohnsenWalgreens' Red Nose Day certainly possessed that “wow” factor with more than $21 million raised to fight childhood poverty in the event's U.S. debut.  read more

New Research into Spontaneously Occurring Cancer in Dogs Helping to Inform Human Disease

AKC Canine Health Foundation Contributing Funding to Research Linked to Discovering New Treatment Options Raleigh, NC (PRWEB) September 24, 2015 The AKC Canine Health Foundation, a nonprofit celebrat...

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Canine Olfaction and Electronic Nose Detection of Volatile Organic Compounds in the Detection of Cancer: A Review.

Olfactory cancer detection shows promise as an affordable, precise, and noninvasive way to screen for cancer. This review focuses on two methods of olfactory cancer detection: first, the ability of ca...

Relationship between microRNA genes incidence and cancer-associated genomic regions in canine tumors: a comprehensive bioinformatics study.

The role of microRNAs (miRNAs) in human cancer biology has been confirmed on a genome-wide scale through the high incidence of these genes in cancer-associated regions. We analyzed the association bet...

Prevalence of the Prefoldin Subunit 5 Gene Deletion in Canine Mammary Tumors.

A somatic deletion at the proximal end of canine chromosome 27 (CFA27) was recently reported in 50% of malignant mammary tumors. This region harbours the tumor suppressor gene prefoldin subunit 5 (PFD...

Generation and characterization of a monoclonal antibody against canine tissue factor.

Tissue factor (TF, coagulation factor III) has recently identified roles in innate immunity and cancer. We generated a murine mAb against canine TF (cTF) cloned from Madin-Darby canine kidney cells an...

BIONOTE e-nose technology may reduce false positives in lung cancer screening programmes†.

Breath composition may be suggestive of different conditions. E-nose technology has been used to profile volatile organic compounds (VOCs) pattern in the breath of patients compared with that of healt...

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