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Research Grant Awarded to Valley Fever Center for Excellence at University of Arizona | BLOG #valley_fever_research #grant_money #grant_management_tips

Ovarian Cyst Miracle review, Natural ovarian tumors treatment at home - ...

Ovarian Cyst Miracle review, Natural ovarian tumors treatment at home - ...

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Nurses are on board with...Meditation with art therapy can change brain activity and lower anxiety in cancer patients

Nurses are on board with...Meditation with art therapy can change brain activity and lower anxiety in cancer patients

Benign Lesions of the Ovaries: Dysfunctional Ovarian Cysts, Benign Epithelial Neoplastic Ovarian Cysts, Benign Solid Ovarian Tumors

Benign Lesions of the Ovaries: Dysfunctional Ovarian Cysts, Benign Epithelial Neoplastic Ovarian Cysts, Benign Solid Ovarian Tumors

Why cancer anemia treatment leads to tumor growth: EphB4 receptor identified as 'trigger' for breast and ovarian tumor stimulation -- ScienceDaily

Why cancer anemia treatment leads to tumor growth: EphB4 receptor identified as 'trigger' for breast and ovarian tumor stimulation

Why cancer anemia treatment leads to tumor growth: EphB4 receptor identified as 'trigger' for breast and ovarian tumor stimulation -- ScienceDaily

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Scientists have developed a silicon-based peptide chip that they claim could form the basis of a real-time, point-of-care diagnostic platform. The team, headed by researchers at Stanford School of Medicine and Intel, designed their prototype chip, which they’ve called the Intel array, for identifying proteins associated with severe forms of systemic lupus erthyematosus (SLE).

Scientists have developed a silicon-based peptide chip that they claim could form the basis of a real-time, point-of-care diagnostic platform. The team, headed by researchers at Stanford School of Medicine and Intel, designed their prototype chip, which they’ve called the Intel array, for identifying proteins associated with severe forms of systemic lupus erthyematosus (SLE).

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