Bioscience

CSU chemist honored for research in wound healing and implant acceptance

CSU chemist honored for research in wound healing and implant acceptance

FORT COLLINS - A Colorado State University chemist's game-changing quest for a Holy Grail long sought by medical professionals has earned a coveted spot at a global showcase of top emerging... Read More

By: Steve Wednesday May 15, 2013 0 comments Tags: CSU, Diazamed, Fort Collins, Melissa Reynolds

Gold Lab Symposium May 17-18 to focus on improving health care

Gold Lab Symposium May 17-18 to focus on improving health care

BOULDER - The fourth annual Gold Lab Symposium will be held at the University of Colorado-Boulder campus on May 17-18. This year's symposium, "The Biological and Social Evolution of Health... Read More

By: Steve Tuesday May 14, 2013 0 comments Tags: Boulder, Gold Lab Symposium, Larry Gold

Corgenix announces CE Mark notification for Lassa fever diagnostic test

Corgenix announces CE Mark notification for Lassa fever diagnostic test

DENVER-- Corgenix Medical Corporation (OTC BB: CONX), a global developer and marketer of diagnostic tests for cardiovascular disease, liver biomarkers and emerging pathogens and lethal viruses,... Read More

By: Steve Tuesday May 14, 2013 0 comments Tags: CE Mark, Corgenix, Denver, Douglass Simpson, Lassa fever

TYRX: Study shows significant decline in cardiac infections with antibacterial envelope

TYRX: Study shows significant decline in cardiac infections with antibacterial envelope

DENVER - TYRX Inc . said its AIGISRx Antibacterial Envelope significantly reduced device infection rates in patients at high risk for device infection who received cardiovascular implantable... Read More

By: Steve Monday May 13, 2013 0 comments Tags: Denver, Dr. Suneet Mittal, Heart Rhythm 2013, TYRX

CSU-led study shows expected Supreme Court ban on gene patents may not have dramatic impact

CSU-led study shows expected Supreme Court ban on gene patents may not have dramatic impact

FORT COLLINS - A study led by Colorado State University is being considered in an expected landmark Supreme Court decision this summer on gene patents. Plaintiffs in a case filed against Myriad... Read More

By: Steve Friday May 10, 2013 0 comments Tags: biotechnology, Fort Collins, gene patents, Gregory Graff, Myriad Genetics, U.S. Supreme Court

University of Colorado signs exclusive agreement with Syndax to license cancer treatment

University of Colorado signs exclusive agreement with Syndax to license cancer treatment

AURORA - The University of Colorado announced it has signed an exclusive, worldwide licensing agreement with Waltham,Mass.-based Syndax Pharmaceuticals , a company focused on the development of... Read More

By: Steve Friday May 10, 2013 0 comments Tags: Arlene Morris, Aurora, CU Cancer Center, E-cadherin, Paul Bunn, Syndax

SomaLogic technology used to discover protein that reverses age-related cardiac hypertrophy

SomaLogic technology used to discover protein that reverses age-related cardiac hypertrophy

BOULDER - Scientists from SomaLogic were among a team of researchers led by the Harvard Stem Cell Institute that discovered a circulating protein that can reverse age-related cardiac... Read More

By: Steve Friday May 10, 2013 0 comments Tags: Boulder, Richard T. Lee, SomaLogic, SOMAscan