A glass of orange juice appears to enhance the effect of a potent experimental AIDS drug, according to research in the Laboratory for Antiviral Research in the University at Buffalo School of Pharmacy.


If physicians knew precisely how blood clots dissolve, they could tailor drug therapies and reduce patient risks.


A $179,000 three-year grant from the Whitaker Foundation is funding a University at Buffalo study of state-of-the-art techniques used to detect various substances in the body without having to draw blood samples.