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In this population of patients, a treatment with a 20% response rate would be considered a success," said Gardner, who is an investigator with Ben Towne Center for Childhood Cancer Research at Seattle Children's Research Institute and an acting assistant professor at the University of Washington.
A US-headquartered biotechnology company, Kineta, and Seattle Children's Research Institute launched the Alliance for Children's Therapeutics, a pediatric funding and research collaboration designed to speed up the development of new medications for teens and children with lupus nephritis and other autoimmune diseases like multiple sclerosis, rheumatoid arthritis and Type 1 diabetes.
Emma Sciberras of Murdoch Children's Research Institute in Parkville, Australia, and her colleagues (Pediatrics 2014;133:801-8).
Researchers at Seattle Children's Research Institute will now delve more deeply into the findings, with an aim to uncover even more about the potential medical implications for children.
It's an issue because they may have problems with sleep, and the headaches can make it harder to concentrate," said lead author Heidi Blume of the Seattle Children's Research Institute in the study, published in Pediatrics.
Nigel Crawford and Jim Buttery, researchers at Australia's Murdoch Children's Research Institute in Melbourne, said the potential effectiveness of the new vaccine was already evident in India, with only 32 cases so far this year compared to 260 in 2009.
5 Researchers from the Medical College of Wisconsin, the Children's Research Institute, and the Children's Hospital of Wisconsin have developed rapid semi- and fully automated multiplex real-time RT-PCR assays to detect influenza A, influenza B, and respiratory syncytial virus (RSV).
A 2007 Seattle Children's Research Institute study found that for every hour per day infants spent watching baby DVDs and videos they learned six to eight fewer new vocabulary words than babies who never watched the videos.