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SBC: KLEIN BUENDEL, INC. Topic: NIDA
DESCRIPTION (provided by applicant): Becoming a mother is a significant transition in a woman's life. This transition can precipitate major changes in health behaviors, like physical activity. Once a woman has a child she is much less likely to participate in regular, moderate to vigorous physical activity compared to women without children. Thus, new mothers are at risk for future weight gain and ...STTR Phase II 2010 Department of Health and Human ServicesNational Institutes of Health
SBC: ReveraGen BioPharma, Inc. Topic: NHLBI
DESCRIPTION (provided by applicant): Asthma is a very common lung condition in children, and incidence is increasing in the US particularly in urban and minority populations. The standard of care for asthmatics is inhaled steroid, although clinical response is variable. The mechanism of efficacy of steroids in asthma is thought to be via anti-inflammatory pathways, although other anti-inflammatory ...STTR Phase I 2010 Department of Health and Human ServicesNational Institutes of Health
SBC: INTEGRATED TISSUE DYNAMICS LLC Topic: NINDS
DESCRIPTION (provided by applicant): Wide varieties of peripheral neuropathies accompanied by severe chronic pain are among the most common and debilitating human afflictions. Existing treatments have little long term benefits and often have severe side effects. Increasing evidence indicates that pathologies in the structure and chemistry of the skin and its innervation are likely contributors to ...STTR Phase I 2010 Department of Health and Human ServicesNational Institutes of Health