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An instrumented feedback system to modify human movement in order to prevent injuries and improve performance

Stanford researchers have developed a technology for measuring, analyzing, and providing focused feedback for jumping tasks. The feedback is based on the actual movement of the user and on predetermined training protocols embedded in the system. The feed...
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Organic compounds that inhibit or activate store operated calcium channels

Stanford researchers have identified several novel compounds that inhibit store operated calcium influx and prevent expression of proinflammatory genes. Store operated calcium channels play central roles in a variety of cells, including T and B lymphocyte...
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