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    Ellipticine is an established anticancer chemotherapeutic, however, its current method of synthesis requires many steps. MUSC researchers have developed a method to obtain ellipticine analogs in one step by utilizing radiation and an acid catalysis. The ellipticine family represents a class of natural products that have been used to develop potential treatments for cancer, HIV, and malarial infection. Recent communications have described rapid access approaches toward quninone4 and aza5 analogs from a common indoline core.
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    The invention provides for a novel approach of treating lung fibrosis related diseases (including scleroderma lung disease, idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis, interstitial pneumonia, asbestosis). Currently, there are no effective treatments available for these diseases.  Upregulation of caveolin-1 was achieved by either infecting cells with adenovirus encoding the full-length caveolin-1 molecule or using a membrane-permeable peptide containing the caveolin-1 scaffolding domain (CSD).  Control bleomycin-treated mice showed severe lung damage, whereas mice receiving CSD showed only slight ...
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    Commercially available devices for vagus nerve stimulation are implantable devices, requiring an invasive and expensive procedure. MUSC researchers are developing a noninvasive device that stimulates the vagus system incorporating ear electrodes with optimized pulses that can be tailored based on the condition to be treated (epilepsy, depression, stroke, tinnitus, etc.). This device is currently undergoing testing at MUSC (n=15) in order to show direct brain effects as investigated by functional magnetic resonance imaging.
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    Inventors at MUSC have developed a high-quality, packaged, e-learning module for goniometry applicable to physical and occupational therapy that incorporates multi-media (audio & video), interactive text, goal setting, and documentation. The modules cover goniometry for upper extremities and lower extremities including elbow, hand, scapula, shoulder, thumb, and wrist. Each extremity is further divided into specific flexions, such as adduction, abduction, and internal and external rotation, for which content is presented.
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