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Web-based Platform for Absolute Gene Expression Profiling

A team of Stanford researchers has developed a web-based open platform (the “Gene Expression Commons”) that enables absolute gene expression profiling of microarray data. Previously, this type of analysis was limited to relative comparisons of samples...
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Agonism of hypocretin receptor 2 (HCRTR2) for the treatment of heart failure

Heart failure has a prognosis worse than most cancers and affects over five million people in the United States alone. Although some medications for heart failure exist, many patients develop side effects or do not respond favorably to existing medicatio...
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