Chronic insomnia may be associated with reduced cortical volume, says study Chronic and stressful circumstances severely, like those connected to depression and posttraumatic stress disorder, have already been associated with smaller sized volumes in ‘stress sensitive’ brain regions, like the cingulate region of the cerebral cortex and the hippocampus, a brain region involved with memory formation. A new study, published by Elsevier in Biological Psychiatry, suggests that chronic insomnia could be another condition associated with reduced cortical volume læs mere .
ChromoCure forges co-development agreement for chromosomal scanner system ChromoCure, Inc. announced today it executed a Technology Co-Development Contract using its primary cell preparation and application technology supplier. The co-development agreement calls for the joint-development of a completely integrated chromosomal scanner system for nation-wide distribution to pathology and related cancers detection labs. The contract calls for the specialized collaboration and partnership between the companies and joint technical research and development initiatives to complete a completely automated hybridization system enabling a complete ‘end-to-end’ chromosomal scanning solution. The business has named the system ‘CS300’ and represents a significant advancement in automating every part of the planning and scanning cycles of the CS200’s current automation capabilities and style.