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Asahi Kasei to obtain ZOLL Asahi Kasei Corporation.

The transaction has been approved by the Boards of Directors of both ongoing companies. Asahi Kasei, through a U.S. Subsidiary, will make a cash tender offer to purchase all of the outstanding shares of ZOLL common stock for $93 per share. The purchase price represents a premium of 29.6 percent over ZOLL’s volume weighted average closing stock cost over the 30 trading day time period ended March 9, 2012, and a 23.8 percent superior over the closing price on March 9, 2012. The tender present is likely to commence within 10 business days and can remain open for a minimum of 20 business days. Closing of the tender give is at the mercy of customary conditions, including receipt of applicable regulatory clearances and the minimal tender of at least two-thirds of the outstanding shares of ZOLL .

Including misfolded proteins and defective mitochondria.

Alpha-synuclein protein in Parkinson’s disease inhibits autophagy: Research A protein associated with Parkinson’s disease may cause neurodegeneration by inhibiting autophagy-the process in which cells digest some of their contents-according to a report in the September 20 problem of the Journal of Cell Biology ( Autophagy serves to obvious a number of toxic waste from cells, including misfolded proteins and defective mitochondria. These two types of cellular trash accumulate in neurons from Parkinson’s individuals, suggesting that autophagy could be impaired in these cells. A commonly amassed proteins in Parkinson’s disease is usually alpha-synuclein, whose gene is mutated or overexpressed in familial forms of the illness often generic drugs .