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endothelin 1 - natural inhibitors

Here's some more reasons to have quercetin and green tea:

1: Am J Clin Nutr. 2008 Oct;88(4):1018-25. Links
Pure dietary flavonoids quercetin and (-)-epicatechin augment nitric oxide products and reduce endothelin-1 acutely in healthy men.Loke WM, Hodgson JM, Proudfoot JM, McKinley AJ, Puddey IB, Croft KD.
School of Medicine and Pharmacology and the School of Biomedical, Biomolecular and Chemical Sciences, University of Western Australia, Perth, Western Australia.

BACKGROUND: Dietary flavonoids may improve endothelial function and ...
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Step towards understanding MS's variability

How often have we wondered why the course of MS varies so much from person to person, and why we respond so differently to various treatments? This new discovery might be a step towards understanding that:
Public release date: 13-Oct-2008

Contact: Amy Maxmen
Rockefeller University Press
Response to immune protein determines pathology of multiple sclerosis

New research ...
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Bionomics and Merck Serono

Bionomics, a small Australian company trying to develop Kv1.3 inhibitors, signed a development agreement with Merck Serono in June.

Merck Serono and Bionomics Announce Multiple Sclerosis Development and Licensing Agreement

June 19, 2008

- Bionomics and Merck Serono to collaborate to discover and develop novel, oral treatment for MS
- Collaboration based on novel compounds that allow selective inhibition of the immune cells which cause nerve cell damage in patients with MS

Geneva, Switzerland, 19 ...
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Economic meltdown effects on MS treatments?

I have no idea, but i think it naive not to think the current climate will not have any effect on MS treatments. I am thinking people will be more restrained with investing in medical treatments in the pipeline that MAY turn out big later.
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Minocycline Promising for Fragile X Syndrome - autism, MMP-9

Forgive me if this is already covered -- I did search for "autism" in the Antibiotics forum and got zero results. So, this may be very interesting news...

UCR Researchers Propose Minocycline as a Promising Drug for Patients with Fragile X Syndrome

RIVERSIDE, Calif. – A UC Riverside-led team of biomedical scientists has found that a readily available drug called minocycline, used widely to treat acne and skin infections, can be used to treat Fragile ...
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3 month follow-up MRI

I got the results back from my 3 month follow-up MRI.



And the report said "SLIGHT" improvement on previous lesions!!

I don't have the report in front of me (left it in friend's car)....but it wasn't bad news.

No lesions whatsoever on cervical or thoracic spine (had had C-spine MRI once...but never T spine).

I'm quite happy - as my last MRI had 2 new lesions...

Appt with my ...
Read more : 3 month follow-up MRI | Views : 2153 | Replies : 3 | Forum : Revimmune (cyclophosphamide or cytoxan)

Amitriptyline wearing off after only 6 wks....?

Hi all
had a nasty relapse about 7 weeks ago. Severe fatigue for 3 weeks, and a huge increase in neurological pain - you know the crawling, itching, pricking, nagging, gnawing horrible pain. It was all down my right side - just my right side - and I had twitching too so I wasn't sleeping.

The neurology clinic's nurse sent me a script for very low dose Amitriptyline (I think it's called Elavil in some ...
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New Tysabri patient

Well I'm switching from the Tovaxin thread to this thread now. Background: MS for 7 years. Avonex for first 4. Didn't really progress except in the area of side effects! They just kept getting worse and worse until I couldn't take it anymore. I felt pretty good though and was still very active; running every day, working alot, full social schedule. Then I got into the Tovaxin trial. I went downhill the whole time I ...
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Interesting alliance

It sounds like Germany held a "BioPharma" competition to fund drug development. One of the winning groups, NeuroAllianz, is trying to develop therapeutics for neurodegenerative diseases.

Winning Consortium NeuroAllianz in the BioPharma Competition counts on UNIarray Technology

October 9, 2008 - Protagen AG, a leading provider of GMP compliant protein analytical services, protein bioinformatics, and protein biochips has won the BMBF’s BioPharma competition jointly with consortium “NeuroAllianz”. The twelve project partners will develop therapeutic as ...
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