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Here are five different approaches to crowdfunding for biotechnology - MedCity News

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Here are five different approaches to crowdfunding for biotechnology MedCity News bigstock-crowd-funding-crowdfunding-or--42061870 e impact of federal budget cuts compounded by the challenges of securing funding for biotechnology companies has led...
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Exclusive: Surgical device maker ConMed Corp explores sale of company ... - Reuters

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Global Electrophysiology (EP) Devices- Market Growth Analysis - SYS-CON Media (press release)

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Global Electrophysiology (EP) Devices- Market Growth Analysis
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Global electrophysiology devices market forecasts to reach at US$4.4 billion by 2015 at a CAGR of 9.7% during the analysis period 2009-2015.

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Q&A: What Is Feminist Biology? - Popular Science

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Q&A: What Is Feminist Biology?
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PS: When people hear about a biology study, what are some things they can ask themselves to check for gender bias in the study? JH: The first step is always to say, 'Does this finding replicate?
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Nanoscale-Targeted Patch-Clamp Recordings of Functional Presynaptic Ion Channels

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Direct electrical access to presynaptic ion channels has hitherto been limited to large specialized terminals such as the calyx of Held or hippocampal mossy fiber bouton. The electrophysiology and ion-channel complement of far more abundant small synaptic terminals (≤1 μm) remain poorly understood. Here we report a method based on superresolution scanning ion conductance imaging of small synapses in culture at approximately 100–150 nm 3D resolution, which allows presynaptic patch-clamp recordings in all four configurations (cell-attached, inside-out, outside-out, and whole-cell). Using this technique, we report presynaptic recordings of K+, Na+, Cl−, and Ca2+ channels. This semiautomated approach allows direct investigation of the distribution and properties of presynaptic ion channels at small central synapses. - by Novak P. et al., Neuron Volume 79, Issue 6, 18 September 2013, Pages 1067–1077


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This semiautomated method seems to be robust and accesible to low experienced scientists in electrophysiology. The nanoscale resolution opens a window on the physiology of small presynaptic boutons and the ion channels distribution and properties in these neuronal terminals. - Article in open access !

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GOG puts daily sale to a vote, discounts The Witcher games | Joystiq

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GOG.com started its "Battle of the Games" promotion today, in which players can vote on which games they'd rather purchase at a cheaper rate. The sale offers two sets of three games every morning at 7:00 a.m.
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Reading's First Science Slam! | Electrophysiology Research

As part of Reading Science Week 2014, the South Street Arts Centre was host to Reading's very first Science Slam – a thrilling competition where scientists presented their mind-boggling work in a comprehensible and ...
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