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2012-04-30 15:58:09

University of Calgary researcher edits special issue on disease fighting properties of lactoferrin Hans Vogel, a professor in the biological sciences department, is the guest editor of a special issue of the journal Biochemistry and Cell Biology that focuses on lactoferrin, an important iron-binding protein with many health benefits. "Some people describe this protein as the 'Swiss army knife' of the human host defense system," says Vogel. "We now know that lactoferrin has many...

2012-03-19 11:59:33

Research will help understand body's response to superbugs How and when our blood clots is one of those incredibly complex and important processes in our body that we rarely think about. If your blood doesn't clot and you cut yourself, you could bleed to death, if your blood clots too much, you could be in line for a heart attack or stroke. Dr. Hans Vogel, a professor at the University of Calgary, has thought a lot about blot clotting and recently published research in the prestigious...

2008-07-13 15:00:21

By Margaret Bauman, Alaska Journal of Commerce, Anchorage Jul. 13--PALMER -- Hans Vogel watched intently as the computer controlled water-jet cut a precise pattern in aluminum sheets, fashioning exhaust ducts for a generator. In just three and a half minutes, the part was complete, and the water-jet ready to cut more. Water-jet computer numerical control cutting services are just one of many services now available at Tri-Jet Manufacturing Services, LLC., which shares facilities with...


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  • A bat.
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