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Strong export growth of locally made medical devices, anti-body reagents, animal vaccines, cosmetics etc.
Biofortuna, based at Merseybio, has pioneered the procedures and methods applicable to anti-body screening and DNA typing.
Moreover, hens are easier to handle and less expensive to maintain than the usual animal anti-body sources such as rabbits or horses.
His advice to the baptized is, of all things, to be ourselves: "In a culture that is in many ways anti-body, through its trivialization of sex and its cultivation of unlimited desire, we may begin by accepting to be the bodies that we are, thin and fat, young and old, male and female, mortal.
After washing, these cells were first incubated with a monoclonal anti-insulin antibody (1:200 dilution; Sigma, Madrid, Spain) for 2 hr and then for 1 hr with a secondary anti-body, anti-mouse IgG-conjugated fluorescein isothiocyanate (IgG-FITC; 1:200 dilution; Sigma), both at room temperature.
This system can be effectively applied towards detection and imaging of anti-body based assays, molecular targeting agents, fluorescent drug pharmacokinetics, angiogenesis markers, and pH and ion-sensors.
At 13 months, 1 month after the third dose of [PCV7], anti-body concentrations measured in this study were as high as those in the previous Finnish, U.
Tsao is optimistic that new ways of expression will take root in China, which traditionally has been ``very anti-body.
Pathologist George Vittay said there was a large amount of an anti-body in her blood created by allergy sufferers.
Paul, MN, a biotechnology company that develops anti-body diagnostics and therapeutics, announced it has entered into a collaborative research agreement with the University of Southern California (USC) to support the development of non-embryonic stem cell therapies for neurodegenerative diseases, including multiple sclerosis, Parkinson's disease, spinal cord injuries, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS or Lou Gehrig's disease) and stroke.
And Cambridge Anti-body Technology bounced back from earlier falls to close up 3p at 446p - despite reporting an 87 per cent rise in half-year pre-tax losses.
We can't say for certain at the moment whether the vaccine has broken down because the strain is very different from the strains in the vaccine, or whether for some reason the anti-body levels in the blood are not high enough in the vaccinated horses.
TNX-901 is a genetically engineered anti-body that latches onto the rogue IgE anti-body and prevents them from binding to mast cells, Leung says.