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[REPORT SUMMARY] IMPROVE Data Library
The IMPROVE Data Library consists of digital recordings of continuous monitored signals, clinical patient data and continuous patient state annotations. The continuous signals recorded typically are ECG (2 channels), systemic blood pressure, pulmonary arterial pressure, centra...
Programme: FP4-BIOMED 2
Record Number: 23184
Last updated on: 1999-09-28
The shock state is characterized by a major disruption of metabolic regulation triggered by tissue hypoxia. The project aims are to develop biosensors for lactate and for interrelated intermediary metabolites (pyruvate, glucose and glutamate) to monitor their tissue levels on ...
Programme: FP4-BIOMED 2
Record Number: 23371
Last updated on: 2001-02-22
In 1993 the World Health Organization declared tuberculosis (TB) to be a global emergency. Concern over the spread of the disease has been heightened by the increasing number of TB-causing bacilli which are resistant to at least one of the frontline drugs used to treat the dis...
Programme: FP4-BIOMED 2
Record Number: 23508
Last updated on: 1999-12-02
Launched in the early 1980s, this combined local initiatives and funding from government agencies and medical charities with central co-ordination by WHO, supported initially by the US National Institutes of Health, and latterly by the EC BIOMED Programme. The study includ...
Programme: FP4-BIOMED 2
Record Number: 23509
Last updated on: 1999-12-07
At present, the most widely employed diagnostic methodologies are based on antibody detection (RIA and ELISA). In addition to the problems associated with radioactive materials these methods generally suffer from low specificity and sensitivity. Furthermore, they do not offer...
Programme: FP4-BIOMED 2
Record Number: 23306
Last updated on: 1999-11-03
[REPORT SUMMARY] Non-viral gene delivery
Non-viral therapy would in principle be preferable over viral therapy especially in underdeveloped countries simply because non-viral components are easier and cheaper to synthesize, store and transport. However they’re a number of problems with this approach, including ...
Programme: FP4-BIOMED 2
Record Number: 25938
Last updated on: 2001-03-05
Using the genetic disease cystic fibrosis (CF) as a model, this project aimed to pursue a high quality of technical results and information concerning these results in the European laboratories involved. Further quality control trials of the laboratory tests and a permanent ed...
Programme: FP4-BIOMED 2
Record Number: 8748
Last updated on: 1996-10-24
Fast detection of bacteria in a small fluid sample. An Identification method using target specific methods.
Programme: FP4-BIOMED 2
Record Number: 23344
Last updated on: 1999-11-09
In healthy patients dystrophin is localised just under the cell membrane. It is absent in the Duchenne patient. The pathogenesis of the disease is unknown. Since the discovery and cloning of the dystrophin gene, potential gene therapy is the object of intense research. The gro...
Programme: FP4-BIOMED 2
Record Number: 23199
Last updated on: 1999-10-04
The materials and know-how generated by our group largely facilitate and speed up drug development and target evaluation by high-thruput screening with target-oriented engineered reporter cell lines. This approach is applicable to a large number of pharmacological questions an...
Programme: FP4-BIOMED 2
Record Number: 23189
Last updated on: 2001-02-22
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