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health conference "Medicon 2016" on Saturday began here under
In its first year, the hub worked with internationally focused organisations such as Swansea University's Institute of Life Science, Sherbrooke Innopole, One Nucleus and Medicon Village.
Bard to buy full ownership in Medicon joint venture in Japan
(NYSE: BCR) has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire Japanese drugmaker Kobayashi Pharmaceutical Co., Ltd.'s 50% ownership share in Medicon, Inc.
Analysis of lipids [total cholesterol and high-density lipoprotein cholesterol (HDL-C)] was performed by standard enzymatic methods (Medicon) on an automatic analyzer (AU5400 high-volume chemistry analyzer; Olympus America Inc.).
Chatziioannou, "Salient regions detection in microscopic kidney biopsies utilizing image analysis techniques," in Proceedings of the 12th Mediterranean Conference on Medical and Biological Engineering and Computing (MEDICON '10), pp.
Gitti, An Efficient Texture Feature Extraction Method for Classification of Liver Sonography Based on Gabor Wavelet, Medicon, Tehran, Iran, 2004.
Helgesson, "The emergence of a European biotechnology cluster: the case of Medicon Valley," in Cluster Genesis, P.
Optima Life Science has introduced Medicon MDC 300 Vario, a new modular machine platform for the advanced wound care segment.
Fragments of endometrium were placed in container "Medicon" (Becton Dickenson/USA), added the phosphate buffer and crushed several minutes in homogenisator "Medimachine" (Becton Dickenson/USA).
"Medicon Valley," which spans an area from southern Sweden to the outskirts of Copenhagen, Denmark, is home to more than 300 biotech and pharmaceutical companies and includes a number of top Swedish and Danish research institutes and universities.