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Researchers seek to decode the mechanics of the lower vertebrae

Thanks to a collaboration with the Balgrist University Hospital and University of Pittsburgh, Empa is beginning to decode the mechanics of the lower vertebrae. Researchers would like be able to reveal...

Lower back pain may have ties to our last common ancestor with chimpanzees

(Simon Fraser University) A Simon Fraser University researcher has uncovered what may be the first quantified evidence demonstrating a relationship between upright locomotion and spinal health. Kimber...

New study reveals evolutionary reason for back pain susceptibility

Elements of human anatomy that can be traced back to our evolutionary roots have been shown to affect the risk of back pain in certain individuals.A new study from the Simon Fraser University in Canad...

Eisai Listed for 13th Consecutive Year in FTSE4GOOD Index Series, an Index for Socially Responsible Investment

Tokyo, Dec 17, 2014 - (JCN Newswire) - Eisai Co., Ltd. (Headquarters: Tokyo, CEO: Haruo Naito, "Eisai") announced today that it has been listed for the 13th consecutive year since 2002 in the FTSE4...

Broward County Mobilizes Flakka Prevention Education for the Public May 13th

Miami, FL (PRWEB) May 13, 2015 In response to the rife availability of the synthetic designer drug, flakka, police authorities and local state officials are attempting to educate the public on the ...

Backache: A matter of mechanics

The mechanics of the lower vertebrae have been the focus of recent study. Researchers are aiming to reveal how wear and tear comes about on vertebral bodies and spinal disks, hoping to make easier the...

Tweed Has You Covered For the 13th Day of Christmas

SMITHS FALLS, Ontario, Dec. 4, 2014 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- As people around the country prepare their homes for the holiday season, Tweed is decking the halls with a slightly different variety of greene...

Health Tip: Why Your Child's Back Hurts

-- Children, like adults, may occasionally complain of a sore back. The American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons explains these possible causes: A strained muscle or joint. A condition called rounded...

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May "Dubel" be a Solution for Pullout Problem of the Pedicle Screws at Osteoporotic Spine?

To improve the strength of stabilization systems currently used in osteoporotic spinal fractures, essentially by increasing the fixation force of pedicle screws. MATERIAL and METHODS: Six human cadave...

Vertebrae length and ultra-structure measurements of collagen fibrils and mineral content in the vertebrae of lordotic gilthead seabreams (Sparus aurata).

Skeletal deformities of gilthead seabream (Sparus aurata) are a major factor affecting the production cost, the external morphology and survival and growth of the fish. Adult individuals of S. aurata ...

Skeletal maturation in individuals with Down's syndrome: Comparison between PGS curve, cervical vertebrae and bones of the hand and wrist.

This study was conducted with the aim of adapting the methods developed by Martins and Sakima to assess skeletal maturation by cervical vertebrae in the pubertal growth spurt (PGS) curve. It also aime...

Calcium is an organizer of cell polarity in plants.

Cell polarity is a fundamental property of pro- and eukaryotic cells. It is necessary for coordination of cell division, cell morphogenesis and signaling processes. How polarity is generated and maint...

Effect of the Texel muscling QTL (TM-QTL) on spine characteristics in purebred Texel lambs.

Previous work showed that the Texel muscling QTL (TM-QTL) results in pronounced hypertrophy in the loin muscle, with the largest phenotypic effects observed in lambs inheriting a single copy of the al...

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