Bio.com News & Updates

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Bio.com News & Updates
January 16, 2002
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Life On The Net!

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CONTENTS:
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1.  Science News: "Method Screens for Anticancer Compounds"
2.  InFocus: "DNA Microarrays: Platforms and Applications"
3.  Investment Research: Introducing Btech Investor
4.  Career Center: Set up your free personal profile today
5.  Jobs of the Week: "Technical Manager" and others
6.  Product Highlight: Biotechnix® 3d 1.0

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1.  SCIENCE NEWS
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-Visualizing Protein Gradients In Situ
http://www.bio.com/Redirectors/LinkRedirect01_15.jhtml?link=1

Biologists at the University of California, San Diego have observed, for
the first time, a protein gradient in developing fruit fly embryos believed
to trigger the division of the embryo into nervous system and different
types of epidermis within complex organisms like humans.

-Greenhouse Emissions Have Slowed
http://www.bio.com/Redirectors/LinkRedirect01_15.jhtml?link=2

A new NASA-funded study shows that the rate of growth of greenhouse gas
emissions has slowed since its peak in 1980, due in part to international
cooperation that led to reduced chlorofluorocarbon use, slower growth of
methane, and a steady rate of carbon dioxide emissions.

-Olympic Rings Made of Living Nerve Cells
http://www.bio.com/Redirectors/LinkRedirect01_15.jhtml?link=3

As Salt Lake City prepares for the 2002 Winter Games, University of Utah
bioengineers made tiny, living Olympic Rings from nerve cells to demonstrate
technology that someday might help repair spinal cord injuries from
accidents and brain damage from Alzheimer's, Parkinson's or other diseases.

-Method Screens for Anticancer Compounds
http://www.bio.com/Redirectors/LinkRedirect01_15.jhtml?link=4

Researchers have developed a new strategy to identify potential anticancer
compounds. The system makes it possible to screen for compounds that can
selectively kill cells that carry specific mutations often found in cancer
cells, such as those in cell cycle checkpoint proteins.

-Interdisciplinary Research: When Worlds Collide
http://www.bio.com/Redirectors/LinkRedirect01_15.jhtml?link=5

Check with the human resources office at the Whitehead Institute, and a
strange fact emerges: a significant proportion of the scientists hired last
year to this prestigious biomedical institute are not biologists or
physicians, but physicists, chemists, and mathematicians who have little or
no background in biology or biomedical research.

-Synthetic Inhibitory RNA Fights "Asthma Virus"
http://www.bio.com/Redirectors/LinkRedirect01_15.jhtml?link=6

The respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) is the major cause of asthma and
respiratory illness in children, claiming around a million lives each year.
New research published in the December 20, 2001 issue of BMC Microbiology
reveals how synthetic inhibitory double stranded RNA (siRNA) can be used to
knock out the function of specific RSV genes.


To view all news, visit http://bio.com/news/research/

To view Industry news, visit http://bio.com/news/pr/


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2.  INFOCUS WEBCAST
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Bio.com's InFocus Webcast, "DNA Microarrays: Platforms and
Applications," was broadcast Wednesday, December 12, 2001.

To read the pdf transcript of this webcast, go to:
http://www.bio.com/file_temp/platapps.pdf

** To read the pdf transcript of our recent webcast,
"Cell-Based Assays in Drug Discovery & Development," go to:
http://www.bio.com/file_temp/cellscreen.pdf

**Our next InFocus Webcast, "Advances in DNA and RNA Diagnostics" is
scheduled for Thursday, January 31 at 10am Pacific Time.
http://www.bio.com/Redirectors/LinkRedirect01_15.jhtml?link=7


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3.  INVESTMENT RESEARCH
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Bio.com is pleased to welcome Btech Investor and SCO Financial Group
as bio.com content partners.

Btech Investor provides consulting on the biotechnology industry to
the financial and biotechnology communities and publishes the Btech
Investor Reports and Btech Investor News.

For an example of Btech Investor's reports on the biotech industry,
go to:
http://www.bio.com/Redirectors/LinkRedirect01_03.jhtml?link=10


To purchase a subscription to Btech investor, or to browse and/or
purchase individual reports, visit the bio.com store:
http://www.bio.com/Redirectors/LinkRedirect01_03.jhtml?link=11


SCO Financial Group, a registered investment advisor focused on
identifying emerging growth companies in the healthcare sectors,
has made its investment research available, for free, to online
investors at Bio.com.

For an example, read their latest report on Cytogen, Inc:
http://www.bio.com/Redirectors/LinkRedirect01_15.jhtml?link=8


For more investment research from SCO Financial Group, go to:
http://www.bio.com/industryanalysis/industryanalysis_financial.jhtml


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4.  CAREER CENTER
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Bio.com offers the most comprehensive online Career Center in the life
sciences industry.

Set up your free personal profile today at:
http://career.bio.com/pages/myresume.cfm?object=1&action=New

Browse all job postings:
http://career.bio.com/pages/featured.cfm?1


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5.  JOBS OF THE WEEK
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Look at what's new on Bio.com Career Center this week:

1.  Plum Briefings:Pharmaceutical Industry Audio Columnist
http://career.bio.com/pages/jobsearch.cfm?object=5&job=776379&action=View

2.  Great Smokies Diagnostics Laboratories: Technical Manager
http://career.bio.com/pages/jobsearch.cfm?object=5&job=776401&action=View

3.  Pharmaceutical Company:  Senior Scientist Formulation Drug Development
http://career.bio.com/pages/jobsearch.cfm?object=5&job=773808&action=view

4.  Biosurgical and Pharmaceutical, Ohio:  Senior/Principal Research
Associate
http://career.bio.com/pages/jobsearch.cfm?object=5&job=774220&action=view

5.  Developmental Biology Company, Massachusetts:  Developmental Molecular
Biologist
http://career.bio.com/pages/jobsearch.cfm?object=5&job=773914&action=view

Browse all jobs at http://career.bio.com/pages/featured.cfm?1


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6.  PRODUCT HIGHLIGHT
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Biotechnix® 3d 1.0: The next generation in bioinformatics software.
Delivering the broadest and most productive toolset available, Biotechnix 3d
helps you explore your creativity, work at peak efficiency, and achieve the
highest quality results for your publications.
Written from the ground up for the Macintosh, Biotechnix 3d gives you the
power of bioinformatics with the efficiency and ease of use of the Mac
operating system.
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Browse all software in the bio.com store:
http://www.bio.com/store/store_software.jhtml


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