Brasseler USA Launches New E-Commerce Experience: Shop.BrasselerUSA.com
SAVANNAH, GA (September 7, 2017)– Brasseler USA, a leading provider of dental instrumentation, launched today a new e-commerce experience: Shop.BrasselerUSA.com. The all new, mobile-friendly Shop.BrasselerUSA.com introduces a completely refreshed shopping experience with enhanced search features, expanded product information, an d an easy-to-navigate interface.“Brasseler USA ’s new e-commerce platform further embodies the Company’s ‘By Your Side’ commitment by satisfying the constantly evolving needs of dental professionals and their desire to access our wide range of dental instrumentation whenever and wherever,” says Marc Gordon, Vice President and General M anager.Enhanced search features allow dental professionals to find what they need, quickly and easily. Shoppers can search for a product by name, product number, category or even a specific product attribute. What ’s more, type-ahead search results complete with product images makes searching simple, and choosing the right product is now easier than ever with a new product comparison tool.In addition, richer product information on the new site provides details such as size, shape, grit and procedure, along with enhanced descriptions, supporting documentation, and videos. Everything shoppers need is all in one place —dental professionals no longer have to filter through multiple websites to obtain the information they want.Shop.BrasselerUSA.com ’s new, responsiv...
Authors: PMID: 28926650 [PubMed - in process]
Authors: PMID: 28926649 [PubMed - in process]
Authors: PMID: 28926648 [PubMed - in process]
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ConclusionHallucinogenic drug effects might be provoked by facilitations of cortical excitability via thalamocortical interactions. Our findings have implications for the understanding of the mechanism of action of hallucinogenic drugs and provide further insight into the role of the 5‐HT2A‐receptor in altered states of consciousness.
Conclusions: Our results demonstrated that hiPSC-MSCs-Exo could alleviate hepatic I/R injury via activating sphingosine kinase and sphingosine-1-phosphate pathway in hepatocytes and promote cell proliferation. These findings represent a novel mechanism that potentially contributes to liver regeneration and have important implications for new therapeutic approaches to acute liver disease.Cell Physiol Biochem 2017;43:611 –625
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