Heavy sanitation procedures can create scale problems, typically due to water infiltrating an electronic load cell and causing it to fail.
Many business continuity plans (BCPs) do not include established protocols for proving losses caused by a disaster.
Security has become less of a concern over the last year, with the percentage of Food Manufacturing readers worried about security issues in their plants dropping from 90 percent to 78 percent.
By reducing heat loss, manufacturers also reduce energy use while improving the consistency of the product.
To increase quality and improve product safety, t ire and rubber manufacturers require inspection systems that can detect small geometric defects.
How tube skimmers perform against other popular methods for free-floating oil removal.
Companies are under increasing pressure to track and trace inventory in order to remain compliant and competitive in the local and global marketplace.
Leaky docks can be a major issue for product quality control due to airborne contaminants or temperature fluctuations.
After a fire destroyed the manufacturing process Research Products Company had in place, the company installed a state-of-the-art automated 20-lb bag filling system.
The increasing structural information about target-bound compounds provide a rich basis to study the binding mechanisms of metabolites and drugs. SuperSite is a database, which combines the structural information with various tools for the analysis of molecular recognition. The...
MMsINC (http://mms.dsfarm.unipd.it/MMsINC/search) is a database of non-redundant, richly annotated and biomedically relevant chemical structures. A primary goal of MMsINC is to guarantee the highest quality and the uniqueness of each entry. MMsINC then adds value to these...
Protein kinase B (PKB or Akt) is a central component of the PI3K - PKB - mTOR signalling cascade and is firmly established as an attractive target for pharmacological intervention in cancer. A number of small molecule inhibitors with well-defined, direct molecular interactions...
Deducing in vivo toxicity of combustion-derived nanoparticles from a cell-free oxidative potency assay and metabolic activation of organic compounds.February 10, 2010 1:38 pm | by Environ Health Perspect | Comments
BACKGROUND: The inhalation of combustion-derived nanoparticles (CDNPs) is believed to cause an oxidative stress response, which in turn may lead to pulmonary or even systemic inflammation. OBJECTIVE AND METHODS: In this study we assessed whether the in vivo inflammatory...