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New drug works without reaching the brain in rats


Fully updated edition provides the latest coverage of gene delivery vehicles based on the adenovirus, now emerging as an important tool in gene therapy


Fundamentals of Applied Reservoir Engineering and updated Introduction to Enhanced Recovery Methods for Heavy Oil and Tar Sands featured with four other new books in Elsevier booth #9153


Gender gap must be closed, say investigators in the Canadian Journal of Cardiology


Monitoring toxic chemicals in coastal waters to protect wildlife



A preview of Geofacets’ 600,000+ geoscience maps to be made available to the Petrel platform’s geoscientist users through Studio WorldMap


Strict monitoring of cardiovascular disease recommended when managing nonalcoholic fatty liver disease, reports the Journal of Hepatology


Despite good pathological prognoses, 5% of patients studied experienced relatively rapid cancer relapses. Pneumoperitoneum may have played a role, according to new study published in The Journal of Urology®


New early warning system to prevent life-threatening urinary infections in catheter users



Cooperative venture to explore early detection of research integrity issues and to develop tools for Text & Data Mining


Patients can access Elsevier Interactive Patient Education through PDi television systems in hospitals and at home through Elsevier’s web portal


Nominations now open for up to five start-up firms to receive research support from Elsevier


Older patients are not too old to benefit from individualized preventive cardiovascular therapy, according to a new report in the Canadian Journal of Cardiology