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Researchers sequence the genome of global deep ocean

Researchers sequence the genome of global deep ocean | Health care industry | Scoop.it
Biologists have started to sequence the genome of the global deep ocean. They are using more than 2,000 samples of microorganisms collected in the Atlantic, Indian and Pacific Oceans during the Malaspina Expedition.  

This collection of marine microbial genomic, the first in the world on a global scale, will provide new clues about a reservoir of biodiversity yet to explore, considering that it could imply the discovery of tens of millions of new genes in the coming years.

The works of sequencing (framed in the Malaspinomics project) focus on the viruses, bacteria and protists that inhabit the ocean to 4,000 meters deep. Most of the biomass of marine organisms is composed of microorganism. Of these, a 72% inhabit the dark ocean, from 200 meters deep. However, so far, the DNA or RNA sequencing had been almost exclusively limited to the ocean surface waters.

Malaspinomics preliminary results reveal a wealth of unknown species of microorganisms in the deep ocean, characterized by an intense biological activity. Specifically, 60% of the bacterial species of the deep ocean detected by massive sequencing techniques are unknown.


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Ed Rybicki's curator insight, August 12, 2013 3:35 AM

Viruses: they'll find lots of viruses.  But they may well miss the ssRNA and small ssDNA viruses - and it'll have to be done again....

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Why digital natives prefer reading in print. Yes, you read that right.

Why digital natives prefer reading in print. Yes, you read that right. | Health care industry | Scoop.it
Textbook makers, bookstore owners and college student surveys all say millennials still strongly prefer print for pleasure and learning, a bias that surprises reading experts given the same group’s proclivity to consume most other content digitally. A University of Washington pilot study of digital textbooks found that a quarter of students still bought print versions of e-textbooks that they were given for free.

“These are people who aren’t supposed to remember what it’s like to even smell books,” said Naomi S. Baron, an American University linguist who studies digital communication. “It’s quite astounding.”

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Teresa Levy's curator insight, March 5, 10:09 AM

the pleasure of reading comes first, so much you can hug it, smell ie, hear the pages and all sorts of things you cannot with a digital plataform

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I guess, millennials will continue to favour the print format of textbooks, journals and other reading materials. Somehow, it is easier to make annotations in the print format than in the digital format. As a millennial myself, I prefer to go for the print format than the digital format, although I have just completed reading 'She' by Sir Henry Rider Haggard on my I-Pad! Added to this is the fact that because of the advent of the digital version ( The couple of books I have published are also available in the digital version), one gets to buy a lot of printed books really cheap. It is a steal, but then I wonder how long this will go on, for surely one day or the other we will run out of printed books! One saving grace  for the print format is however, that according to Naomi, some young students, "who aren't supposed to remember what it's like to even smell books" are the ones who still prefer the print format, although I guess this was strongly because they were offered the print formats for free!

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This confirms what I hear anecdotaly when I speak to colleagues 

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Jaap de Roode: How butterflies self-medicate

Just like us, the monarch butterfly sometimes gets sick thanks to a nasty parasite. But biologist Jaap de Roode noticed something interesting about the butterflies he was studying — infected...
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New #StemCell Sagas - Pharma, #biobank, Research & Quality Control conferences #Budapest #BioSamplingSystems

New #StemCell Sagas - Pharma, #biobank, Research & Quality Control conferences #Budapest #BioSamplingSystems | Health care industry | Scoop.it
A recipe detailing how to make extraordinary stem cells from ordinary cells—just by "stressing" them with acid—will "soon" be posted for all to try, says Riken. This could settle much controversy surrounding the cells...or spur more.
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Icon #Genetics successfully completes Phase I clinical study with plant-made personalised NHL vaccines

Icon #Genetics successfully completes Phase I clinical study with plant-made personalised NHL vaccines | Health care industry | Scoop.it

Munich, January 31, 2014 - Icon Genetics GmbH (ICON) successfully completed a Phase I clinical study on the safety and immunogenicity of personalized vaccines to treat patients with follicular non-Hodgkin's lymphoma. The vaccines, which consist of monoclonal antibodies derived from each patient's own tumor and serve as disease-specific markers, were administered to induce a tumor-specific immune reaction. The vaccines were manufactured in tobacco plants using magnICON® technology in the facility owned and operated by ICON in Halle, Germany. Results of the 27-patient study demonstrated the safety, tolerability and tumor-specific immunogenicity of the plant-made vaccines. #Cancer patients receiving ICON's vaccines did not exhibit the types of side effects that are typically associated with more traditional approaches for cancer treatment. Thus, these vaccines have the potential of offering patients improved quality of life throughout their therapeutic regimen. While not designed to assess efficacy, the study evaluated immune responses to vaccination. Of the patients evaluated at study completion, 73% were found to have mounted a tumor-specific immune response. The Phase I trial was sponsored by Bayer Innovation GmbH and conducted under US FDA IND at 3 clinical centers in the United States, with primary treatment at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center and Baylor Medical Center, both in Dallas, Texas, with local coordination and oversight provided by DAVA Oncology, LP.

 


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...and made in plants, obviously.  Going Green: the increasingly sensible thing to do.

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ON FEBRUARY 26th 2014 #BioSampling Systems at #Francelab #Scientific Conference Days in Hungary

ON FEBRUARY 26th 2014 #BioSampling Systems at #Francelab #Scientific Conference Days in Hungary | Health care industry | Scoop.it

Pharma, Biotechnology, Biobanks, Research & Quality Control Agenda on February 26th, 2014 in #Budapest, #Hungary.

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From February 25th until 27th 2014

FRANCELAB SCIENTIFIC CONFERENCE DAYS

at the French Institute of Budapest, Hungary

Fö utca 17 (metro : BATTHYANY tér)

 

Agenda on February 26th, 2014 :

 

9.10 Sylvette Tourmente: Attachée de coopération scientifique,
technique et universitaire à l’Ambassade de France en Hongrie:
French - Hungarian research collaboration opportunities.


9.35 Romain BRUDER - HORIBA JOBIN YVON: «FLIM and nanoparticle- enhanced fluorescence, powerful tools for #Biotech applications of lifetime fluorescence»


10.00 BICZÓK László: MTA TTK - Molekuláris Farmakológiai
Intézet: «Interaction of alkaloid and #macrocyclic compound studied
by fluorescence methods»


10.25 HORNOK Viktória, BENKŐ Mária, DÉKÁNY Imre: SZEGEDI
TUDOMÁNYEGYETEM - Kolloidkémiai Tanszék: «Dynamic light
scattering for the determination of particle size distribution and
z-potential of nanoparticles. Special applications in the 2-20 nm
range with Horiba SZ-100.»


10.50 - Coffee Break


11.05 Michel DEPONT - CRYO BIO SYSTEM: «High Security
#Biobanking Solution»


11.30 #Gretel POSADAS - #BIOSAMPLING SYSTEMS: «BioSampling
Systems combines speed and high capacity to improve the #storage
quality of sample management in biobanks, hospitals and blood
transfusion centers»


11.55 Claude SIGWALT - ACTINI: «Effluents treatment in
Biosafety labs»

 

12.20 - Lunch break


13.00 Stephan MOREAU - SETARAM: «μSC a new tool for #Pharmaceuticals and Biotech applications»


13.25 GYURCSÁNYI Róbert - BME Szervetlen és Analitikai Kémia
Tankszék: «SPR imaging for the characterization of synthetic
receptors.»


13.50 Romain BRUDER - HORIBA JOBIN YVON: «#Raman #spectoscopy
for biological and pharmaceutical samples – a review of
specific tools»


14.15 Sylvain MOREL - ALPHA MOS: «How to measure the taste
without human tongue? the use of E-Tongue in Pharma #applications»


14.40 Instrument’s demonstration

 

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#RNA's Secret #Life Outside the #Cell - Wired Science

#RNA's Secret #Life Outside the #Cell - Wired Science | Health care industry | Scoop.it
Circulating RNAs carry messages between the cells of plants and invertebrates. Do they do the same for us?

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Join us in our training #sessions from March 6th, 2014 until May 30th 2014:
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2nd Training session: Monday April 21st, 2014
3rd Training session: Monday May 19th, 2014

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#Viruses affect an #African flamingo population by killing their bacterial food source

#Viruses affect an #African flamingo population by killing their bacterial food source | Health care industry | Scoop.it

Trophic cascade effects occur when a food web is disrupted by loss or significant reduction of one or more of its members. In East African Rift Valley lakes, the Lesser Flamingo is on top of a short food chain. At irregular intervals, the dominance of their most important food source, the cyanobacterium Arthrospira fusiformis, is interrupted. Bacteriophages are known as potentially controlling photoautotrophic bacterioplankton. In Lake Nakuru (Kenya), we found the highest abundance of suspended viruses ever recorded in a natural aquatic system. We document that cyanophage infection and the related breakdown of A. fusiformis biomass led to a dramatic reduction in flamingo abundance. This documents that virus infection at the very base of a food chain can affect, in a bottom-up cascade, the distribution of end consumers. We anticipate this as an important example for virus-mediated cascading effects, potentially occurring also in various other aquatic food webs.


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Male and Female Brains Wired Differently | The #Scientist Magazine®

Male and Female Brains Wired Differently | The #Scientist Magazine® | Health care industry | Scoop.it
The brains of men contain stronger front-to-rear connections while those of women are better connected from left to right.
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BioSampling Systems #JIB 2013 #Biologie | Pictures

BioSampling Systems #JIB 2013 #Biologie | Pictures | Health care industry | Scoop.it
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BioSampling Systems and our French Vendor "DAY medical" are having a great time with our customers of 3S System and SSP Plate 48 at JIB 2013. Today is our last day come and visit our stand !
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Save -20% on every #3S Total Chain purchase: The liquid handling system for your biobank

Save -20% on every #3S Total Chain purchase: The liquid handling system for your biobank | Health care industry | Scoop.it

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The #3S Total Chain 1mL can be yours with a 20% discount from November 1st, 2013 until January 1st, 2014. (Promotion code: #MEDICA 2014-3S).

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Overcoming smallholder challenges with #biotechnology / From breeding to bugs, a new FAO publication looks at #biotechnologies at work in small-scale crop, livestock and fish production

Overcoming smallholder challenges with #biotechnology / From breeding to bugs, a new FAO publication looks at #biotechnologies at work in small-scale crop, livestock and fish production | Health care industry | Scoop.it
 Overcoming smallholder challenges with biotechnology / From breeding to bugs, a new FAO publication looks at biotechnologies at work in small-scale crop, livestock and fish production  ROME, Italy...
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What does the 3S System 1mL do?

What does the 3S System 1mL do? | Health care industry | Scoop.it

3S 1mL is the new #system designed for our SSP 48 1mL plate. This new version of the 3S system alllows any #laboratory to store up to1mL of #liquid sample in our monoblock plate in a reliable and secure way.
The 3S System guarantees the management of the complete life cycle of each #sample.

For more information visit us in Ilex South Africa Ldt stand at the #BloodBank #Congress from 1 until 3 Oct 2013 ! BioSampling Systems and our 3S System automate for 1mL would be there !

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The Top 25 Best-Selling Drugs of 2014

The Top 25 Best-Selling Drugs of 2014 | Health care industry | Scoop.it

Bad press didn’t hurt Sovaldi™ (sofosbuvir)  after all. The Hepatitis C virus (HCV) treatment drew the wrath of three members of Congress, who demanded that developer Gilead Sciences justify its $84,000 price for a full 12-week treatment course of Sovaldi. The company offered its justification and didn’t have to worry about too much fallout from the criticism, since its three Congressional critics were top Democrats in the Republican-majority House of Representatives.

Even better for Gilead, which barely began marketing Sovaldi at the end of 2013, sales of the HCV treatment zoomed into eight figures—high enough to place near the top of GEN’s latest version of its List of Top 25 Best-Selling Drugs, reflecting drug sales reported for 2014.

Unlike last year’s Top 25 Best-Selling Drugs of 2013, this year’s list had only 24 drugs generating total sales of $3 billion or more. That allowed the 25th best-selling drug of 2014 to make this year’s list (it appeared in GEN’s Top 20 Best-Selling Drugs list in 2012 but missed 2013), despite sales in only the high-$2 billion range.

Biopharma is in a transition period as the blockbusters of the past decade fade. They have either fallen off the proverbial patent cliff (Novartis’ Diovan, which lost US exclusivity in 2012) or succumbed to a stronger U.S. dollar against European and Asian currencies despite rising sales (Novo Nordisk’s NovoLog, which also missed this year’s list). At the same time, the next generation of multi-billion-dollar drugs takes time to build the billions in sales needed to make the best-seller list—but can be expected to do so starting next year.

At the top, last year’s winner finished #1 again, and with higher sales than 2013. Indeed more than half (16) of the Top 25 best-selling drugs did better in 2014 than the previous year. Among the top three disease categories, six best-selling drugs have indications for forms of cancer, and five for arthritis. Five indications—asthma/COPD, diabetes, heart disease, HIV, and multiple sclerosis—are each represented on the list by two best sellers.

One likely top-seller of 2014 not on the list is Boehringer Ingelheim’s Spiriva, which racked up €3.552 billion ($4.019 billion) in 2013. However, BI will not release full-year 2014 data until April 22, just as it waited until April 2014 to release 2013 data, explaining its absence from GEN’s list.

 

 


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The top 25 best-selling #drugs did better in 2014 than the previous year. #SalesPharma

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Krishan Maggon 's curator insight, February 23, 1:09 PM

Top-selling drugs are ranked based on sales or revenue reported for 2014 by biopharma companies in press announcements, annual reports, investor materials, and/or conference calls. Each drug is listed by name, sponsor(s), diseases indicated, 2014 sales, 2013 sales, and the percentage change between both years.

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The 10 Most Profitable #Software Companies in the World

The 10 Most Profitable #Software Companies in the World | Health care industry | Scoop.it
The software industry experienced 4.8% growth in 2013, and Microsoft remains the world’s top software company. (The software industry experienced 4.8% growth in 2013, and @Microsoft remains the world’s top software company.
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Post-translational modifications of intermediate filament #proteins: mechanisms and #functions

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Francelab Scientific Conference Days

FEBRUARY 25 – 26 – 27  2014

IN THE FRENCH INSTITUTE OF BUDAPEST
Fö utca  17 (metro : BATTHYANY ter)

 For more info check the following link http://www.francelab.hu/

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NEO Management Training Session | BioSamplingSystems on March 17th, 2014

NEO Management Training Session | BioSamplingSystems on March 17th, 2014 | Health care industry | Scoop.it
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ON FEBRUARY 26th 2014 #BioSampling Systems at #Francelab #Scientific Conference Days in Hungary

ON FEBRUARY 26th 2014 #BioSampling Systems at #Francelab #Scientific Conference Days in Hungary | Health care industry | Scoop.it

 Pharma, Biotechnology, Biobanks, Research & Quality Control Agenda on February 26th, 2014 in Budapest, Hungary.

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From February 25th until 27th 2014

FRANCELAB SCIENTIFIC CONFERENCE DAYS

at the French Institute of Budapest, Hungary

Fö utca 17 (metro : BATTHYANY tér)

 

Agenda on February 26th, 2014 :

 

9.10 Sylvette Tourmente: Attachée de coopération scientifique,
technique et universitaire à l’Ambassade de France en Hongrie:
French - Hungarian research collaboration opportunities.


9.35 Romain BRUDER - HORIBA JOBIN YVON: «FLIM and nanoparticle- enhanced fluorescence, powerful tools for #Biotech applications of lifetime fluorescence»


10.00 BICZÓK László: MTA TTK - Molekuláris Farmakológiai
Intézet: «Interaction of alkaloid and #macrocyclic compound studied
by fluorescence methods»


10.25 HORNOK Viktória, BENKŐ Mária, DÉKÁNY Imre: SZEGEDI
TUDOMÁNYEGYETEM - Kolloidkémiai Tanszék: «Dynamic light
scattering for the determination of particle size distribution and
z-potential of nanoparticles. Special applications in the 2-20 nm
range with Horiba SZ-100.»


10.50 - Coffee Break


11.05 Michel DEPONT - CRYO BIO SYSTEM: «High Security
#Biobanking Solution»


11.30 #Gretel POSADAS - #BIOSAMPLING SYSTEMS: «BioSampling
Systems combines speed and high capacity to improve the #storage
quality of sample management in biobanks, hospitals and blood
transfusion centers»


11.55 Claude SIGWALT - ACTINI: «Effluents treatment in
Biosafety labs»

 

12.20 - Lunch break


13.00 Stephan MOREAU - SETARAM: «μSC a new tool for #Pharmaceuticals and Biotech applications»


13.25 GYURCSÁNYI Róbert - BME Szervetlen és Analitikai Kémia
Tankszék: «SPR imaging for the characterization of synthetic
receptors.»


13.50 Romain BRUDER - HORIBA JOBIN YVON: «#Raman #spectoscopy
for biological and pharmaceutical samples – a review of
specific tools»


14.15 Sylvain MOREL - ALPHA MOS: «How to measure the taste
without human tongue? the use of E-Tongue in Pharma #applications»


14.40 Instrument’s demonstration

 

**********************************************************************

Register here : http://www.francelab.hu/ or contact us at

marketing@biosamplingsystems.com for more information 

 

 

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BioSampling Systems provides full liquid-handling solutions for biological samples

BioSampling Systems provides full liquid-handling solutions for biological samples | Health care industry | Scoop.it
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BioSampling Systems provides #software, #automates, readers, accessories and consumables for the liquid handling management.

 

Follow Us online, join our conversations, engage with our teams around the world : www.biosamplingsystems.com

 

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Deconstructing Dyslexia | The Scientist Magazine®

Deconstructing Dyslexia | The Scientist Magazine® | Health care industry | Scoop.it
Adults with dyslexia may have trouble reading because of a dysfunctional connection between language-processing areas of their brains.
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Photos from #BioSampling Systems's post - BioSampling Systems | Facebook | Health care industry | Scoop.it

Our Polish Distributor would be happy to give more information about our new system : #NEO Sample Management. Please do not hesitate in contact us.
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MEDICA 2013 | Facebook

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Evidence of 3.5-billion-year-old #bacterial ecosystems found in Australia

Evidence of 3.5-billion-year-old #bacterial ecosystems found in Australia | Health care industry | Scoop.it
Reconstructing the rise of life during the period of Earth's history when it first evolved is challenging. Earth's oldest sedimentary rocks are not only rare, but also almost always altered by hydrothermal and tectonic activity.

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And I bet you they had viruses....

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Bone-loss drugs boost the power of #vaccines. #Biology

Bone-loss drugs boost the power of #vaccines.  #Biology | Health care industry | Scoop.it

(Medical Xpress)—Could a drug commonly prescribed to prevent bone loss boost the power of #vaccines?

 

New research from Harvard Medical School shows that adding compounds known as bisphosphonates to both commercial and experimental vaccines enhances their effectiveness in mice, raising hopes they could help people mount a more robust #immune response.


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#CNIT Paris la Défense, France

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Ed Rybicki's curator insight, November 5, 2013 8:23 AM

That would be AMAZING - if it works in people, and not just mice.  Cheap as well - AND cleared for use in humans.

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#TumorCells Age Much Quicker than #RegularCells: #UCLA Med

#TumorCells Age Much Quicker than #RegularCells: #UCLA Med | Health care industry | Scoop.it
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Every cell in your body has a little clock ticking away in it, researchers reported on Sunday. And while most of you is aging in a coordinated
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