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ID: BMH4979115
Start date: 1997-12-01, End date: 1998-04-08
Programme: FP4-BIOMED 2
Record Number: 39685
Last updated on: 1997-12-22
ID: BMH4972328
Start date: 1997-10-01, End date: 2000-09-30
The purpose is to improve the treatment of a group of rare, multisystem diseases defined below in order to save lives and improve the quality of life for survivors. Four RCTs will test new therapeutic approaches aiming at: - improving disease control with intravenous immunog...
Programme: FP4-BIOMED 2
Record Number: 38603
Last updated on: 2002-04-22
[PROJECT] BARP - Bioartificial Pancreas
ID: BMH4989516
Start date: 1998-06-01, End date: 2000-05-31
Programme: FP4-BIOMED 2
Record Number: 44449
Last updated on: 1998-06-11
ID: BMH4960845
Start date: 1996-05-01, End date: 1998-10-31
BIOMORPH is a project to develop improved techniques for measurement of the size and shape of biological structures (morphometry). Morphometry has become increasingly important since the advent of non-invasive magnetic resonance imaging which is providing large volumes of data...
Programme: FP4-BIOMED 2
Record Number: 31917
Last updated on: 1996-05-21
ID: BMH4983654
Start date: 1998-05-01, End date: 2001-04-30
Objectives: ? CAPP2 will be the first randomized controlled trial to test the hypothesis that regular oral aspirin and/or resistant starch will inhibit colorectal adenoma development and growth in carriers of Hereditary Non-Polyposis Colon Cancer (HNPCC), a population at high ...
Programme: FP4-BIOMED 2
Record Number: 47654
Last updated on: 1998-08-24
ID: BMH4961404
Start date: 1996-04-01, End date: 1999-03-31
- To collate information on the rare metabolic myopathies - To establish an Internet presence for ready access to this data - To provide a forum for exchange of ideas and methodologies - To provide access to DNA probes and primers for study of these conditions
Programme: FP4-BIOMED 2
Record Number: 38562
Last updated on: 1997-12-05
ID: BMH4960819
Start date: 1996-06-01, End date: 1998-11-30
The COBRAIN research project will develop standardized noninvasive tests of human cognitive brain functions in health and in different common neuromental diseases and pathological conditions. The tests will enable objective neurophysiological evaluation of central auditor...
Programme: FP4-BIOMED 2
Record Number: 32514
Last updated on: 1997-11-13
ID: BMH4983374
Start date: 1998-04-01, End date: 2001-03-31
Objectives: - To increase understanding about the changing role and capacity of the family carer and the state in the care of older people in Europe, - To identify the best and most practical means of measuring carer needs and outcomes and test the feasibility, costs and ben...
Programme: FP4-BIOMED 2
Record Number: 43452
Last updated on: 2002-11-18
ID: BMH4960220
Start date: 1996-04-01, End date: 1999-03-31
To identify the receptors in brain which are targets for the antipsychotic effect of neuroleptic drugs. This information will be a cornerstone in future industrial antipsychotic drug development. To develop principles for more effective, safe and tolerable clinical antipsychot...
Programme: FP4-BIOMED 2
Record Number: 31894
Last updated on: 1996-06-25
ID: BMH4961657
Start date: 1996-04-01, End date: 1999-03-31
To describe decision-making after the diagnosis of a fetal abnormality in nine regions across six Member States, and to document the influence of individual, social and organisational factors. The results will be used to determine how services should best be provided to ensure...
Programme: FP4-BIOMED 2
Record Number: 38586
Last updated on: 1998-10-05
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