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Cherlin and Jennifor Roff from Johns Hopkins University, Rebekah Levine Coley of Boston college and Laura D.
HP customers such as Johns Hopkins University and the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) said these offerings will strengthen their current and long-term investments in HP's Itanium 2-based systems as they work on issues requiring scalable, advanced computing power.
In December 1999, Genzyme Molecular Oncology announced that it had provided researchers at the Johns Hopkins University with an extensive database of new SAGE information regarding the patterns of expressed genes in human cancer and normal tissues.
Scientists from the Autism Consortium, the Broad Institute and the Institute of Genetic Medicine at Johns Hopkins University have been using the SNP Array 5.
That is the conclusion of scientists at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore after their post-mortem examination of a mummy discovered in September in the ice on 20,700-foot Mount Ampato, near Arequipa, Peru.
NASDAQ: DIAGF; CDN: SPTR), specialists in a systems approach to cardiac diagnostics, announced today that it has exercised its exclusive option agreement with The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Baltimore, Md.
The new consultants are leading medical professionals from the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine:
The study released Wednesday by researchers at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore showed California ranked 29th worst in overall rates of child deaths due to injuries.