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Monitoring the drug concentration in patients is critical for effective treatment, especially in cases of cancer, heart disease, epilepsy and immunosuppression after organ transplants.
New research from scientists at the University of Massachusetts Medical School shows that fruit flies are secretly harboring the biochemistry needed to glow in the dark —otherwise known as bioluminescence.
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It has long been known that distinctive blue flashes--a type of bioluminescence--that are visible at night in some marine environments are caused by tiny, unicellular plankton known as dinoflagellates..
San Francisco State University researcher finds bioluminescent fungus not seen since 1840.
Midbrook Medical, the Jackson, MI, manufacturer of medical decontamination, sterilization systems and custom fabricated medical equipment has introduced the â€œMedicountâ€ Adenosine Triphosphate (ATP) testing system to aid healthcare facilities in the fight against Healthcare associated infections (HAIs). (PRWEB) May 28, 2011 Midbrook Medical, the Jackson, MI, manufacturer of medical decontamination, sterilization systems and custom fabricated medical equipment has introduced the...
Fireflies, also known as lightning bugs, are nocturnal, luminous beetles of the family Lampyridae. These names come from the fact that some species as adults emit flashes of light to attract mates, using special light-emitting organs in the abdomen. The enzyme luciferase acts on luciferin to stimulate light emission. This reaction is of scientific interest, and genes coding for these substances have been spliced into many different organisms. Many species, especially in the genus Photinus,...
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